Kid Ink is gearing up the release his upcoming project “7 Series” set for next week, but first the L.A.-native blesses fans with a new track titled “Lottery.” Stream below.
Between Kodak Black, 21 Savage, Lil Yachty and anyone else who’s ever been hit the “mumble rapper” tag, you’re talking about millions and millions fans. With that in mind, it’s not surprising that when an online rapper by the name… Continue Reading
Harry Styles has just launched onto the solo scene with his debut single, Sign the Times, but most his bandmates have come before him. Zayn Malik was the first to release a solo single, Pillow Talk, last year, followed by Niall… Continue Reading
Firmly established as one Hip Hop’s hottest rising stars, Young M.A. took the game by storm in 2016 with her popular single “Ooouuu,” followed by an impressive streak stellar freestyles/verses. Since then, the Brooklyn native has captivated audiences with her razor sharp… Continue Reading
Charlamagne Tha God has already conquered radio, television, and podcasting. The outspoken media personality is now attempting to take over the literary realm as well. Charlamagne’s first book, Black Privilege: Opportunity Comes To Those Who Create It, is now available. An Amazon description for… Continue Reading
Migos smoothly bypassed the sophomore curse with its #1 album CULTURE, now ficially certified Platinum by the RIAA for moving more than 1 million units. The Atlanta rap trio announced the news on Twitter and thanked their fans for supporting the project, released… Continue Reading
The DX Digest for Thursday (April 20) has anointed David Banner, Black Thought and What The Duck’s “Who Want It” with the top honors while Gucci Mane’s ode to infamous Indio, California music festival “Coachella” slides in the second slot. Rounding… Continue Reading
New York Daily News Archive, Getty s The family the late Ronald “Banga” McPhatter wants a proper apology from Troy Ave. The Brooklyn rapper apologized to the family Instagram and asked permission to pay for McPhatter’s headstone. McPhatter’s family was… Continue Reading