Fresh’s Swift-related dis in his new mixtape’s “The Future” is a banner moment for both modern hip-hop and Taylor herself.
If you’re a Cassie completist, you need these mixtapes.
The R&B singer continues her second act with this Spoon-influenced jam.
Is the Queens rapper the newest member of the GOP?
Normally we don’t endorse this sort of thing, but you can sort of get an idea of how they sound by the artwork. (Blurry, hazy, atmospheric.)
Well, almost star. He does play for the Bills.
This is maybe not the best time to make questionable Heath Ledger allusions? Just a thought.
Off his just-released mixtape Rich Forever. Let’s hear it for 2 for 1 Fridays!
Why pay money for a Drake LP when you can get a Luda one for free?
No longer watching the throne; living once.
The “No Ceilings”-styled mix sees the rapper going in over Drake, Kreayshawn, and (who else?) Adele.
Retired Senator Alan Simpson does not like the hippity-hop. So we made him a playlist.
“Black Friday,” the title track from the mixtape Lil Kim released as a broadside against Nicki Minaj, now has a frustrating video accompaniment.