The Game and Tyler pick a bunch of fights for no reason, Lil Wayne phones in his support.
Miranda Lambert and friends are not role models for you, but what about the music world?
Middle Jonas returns with his second single, following the heels of a dangerous femme fatale against his better judgment.
Nicola Roberts' second single: a prophecy, or jinxing her "Beat of My Drum" fame?
No longer content simply to sing on a probable best-seller, Ocean's got a statement of his own.
"Why I Love You," the final track on "Watch the Throne," is more about paranoia than love.
Jay and 'Ye pack both nostalgia and preparedness into a track bounded by Frank Ocean's surprisingly tame chorus.
Jay and Kanye rep for the best and worst of their people.
The ninth track on "Watch the Throne," where all those dubstep influences congregate.
Jay-Z questions his celebrity status in a song that is not in fact a cover of Guns N' Roses.
Kanye and Jay-Z pay tribute to the special ladies in their life, with interesting results.
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