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Mood x 3

It ain’t over until PnB Rock sings. Uploading his SoundCloud player with three new tracks, PnB stunts on those who front (“Stop Flexinnnnn,”), puts his heart on his sleeve (“Thought I Was In Love,”) and gives his unfaithful lady the boot “It’s Over.”




Wanna Go To War?

Producer and rapper extraordinaire Hit-Boy is back with his latest solo set, Tony Fontana. Released through his HS87 Records, the record features Rich The Kid, Dom Kennedy, 24Hrs and more. Say hello to his little friend.

Save The Date.

Jay Rock plans to keep his winning streak going. Fresh off the release of his new single “Win“, TDE’s Jay Rock has announced third album, Redemption. Thank you Top Dawg. Album drops June 15.

No Sleep

Gunplay’s phone is ringing off the hook in support of his upcoming album Active on June 22. In his new video, quality time with his lady is interrupted by numerous calls. No days off for Logan.

You Want To Play Games?

Hit-Boy is set to release his solo album, Tony Fontana at midnight. But before that checks in, the producer and rapper works around the clock on his new track with Rich The Kid.

Written All Over Ya Face

At this rate, do not be surprised Vado and Dave East are cooking up a joint project. But until that is confirmed, they’re off the market on their latest offering. All gas, no breaks.

It’s Murda

Murda Beatz is killing the game. Thanks to his Lauryn Hill sampled production, Drake earned his third number one with “Nice For What.” But Drizzy isn’t the only one getting laced. In 1997, the Canadian producer supplied Migos (“Motorsport,”) Travis $cott (“Butterfly Effect,”) and 2 Chainz (“It’s A Vibe.”) With his album Keep God First 2 penciled in for later this year, Murda Beatz talks about his chart topping hits, his Quality Control affiliation, family and more.

The Party Ain’t Over

Things are getting lit off the soundtrack to the motion picture film, Deadpool 2. Before chaos erupts, Diplo skydives his way down while French Montana, Lil Pump and Zhavia Ward keep the party going despite the post-apocalyptic environment. No invite.

Show Me The Money

Rapsody comes to collect in the latest visual release off her Laila’s Wisdom. In the festive clip, Rapsody parties with friends while watching a couple’s situation unfold in the big screen. Pay up or pay out


From the aisle to the casket, Cardi B’s happiness turns deadly in her new video. Taking place at a church in a remote desert area, Cardi marries her husband to be, but eventually returns to his funeral. Don’t double-cross Bardi! Be careful and get her Invasion Of Privacy is here

Grand Closing

Salt-N-Pepa and En Vogue closed out the Billboard Music Awards with a blast from the past. Celebrating their career and legacy, Salt-N-Pepa, who became the first female rap act to hit Billboard Hot 100’s Top 20 over 30 years ago, performed their classic duet with R&B legendary group, En Vogue. Yes, we are.

Nasty Girl

Janet Jackson received Billboard Music Awards’ most prestigious honor with the Icon Award last night. Following an introduction from Bruno Mars, Ms. Jackson electrified the stage with a medley including hits “Nasty,” “If” and “Throb.”. She’s still got it.

Out Of This World

Everything is fine with wine. Fresh off the release of their new collaboration, Camila Cabello and Skateboard P took us to another planet with their fiery performance during last night’s Billboard Music Awards. Afterwards, Camila performed her smash single, “Havana.” Cheers!

Money Moves

It was all about the Benjamins for Jennifer Lopez and DJ Khaled at last night’s Billboard Music Awards. Bringing her residency of the MGM Grand to the stage, J.Lo and Khaled gave their first live performance of their new collaboration. No Cardi, no problem.

Don’t Be Afraid

After taking home the Billboard Music Awards’ Best New Artist trophy, Khalid brought the heat of the moment with his performance with Normani. In the intimate set, Normani displayed her seductive moves before Khalid came to answer with “Love Lies.” Love over everything.

Triangle Offense 

I had the privilege of sitting down with influencer ‘Wayno’. Wayno is currently a host on Complex’s hit show, Everyday Struggle. Watch below as he talks about the behind the scenes of Everyday Struggle, his relationship with DJ Akademiks. Wayno details his come up woking in the mailroom of Def Jam, interning for Rocafella records, being in studio sessions with Jay-z & Kanye rapping for him. He also details his time managing, and splitting from Dave East. Tune in to this great & informative episode.

Who Need A Mai Tai?

Nicki Minaj brought the killer moves over to the season finale of  Saturday Night Live last night. Inspired by the Street Fighter character, Onika performed “Chun-Li” for its first televised performance. For her second performance, Minaj joined Playboi Carti for their collaboration “Poke It Out” off his Die Lit album. Nicki Minaj’s forthcoming album, Queen drops June 15.


Me! That’s Who!

Say hello to Uncle Murda’s little friend. Over Rich The Kid’s “Plug Talk”, Lenny Grant and Bigg Dogg pull out them sticks in their Scarface-inpsired video. Say hello to the bad guys.

Catch My Breath

Audio Push doesn’t lose their step on their new release. For the first drop since their Cloud 909, Oktane and Price flex their skills over blaring flutes. Take notes.

Don’t Make It Complicated

Issa vibe on Dizzy Wright’s new single. And with Kid Ink on the track, Dizzy’s trying to make the best of it with his lady acquaintance. Better things awaits above.