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But like they say, "to know where you’re going, you’ve got to know where you’ve been.” So we here at GlobalGrind comprised a list of DJ Khaled’s Top 5 collab tracks.
Beyonce's World Humanitarian Day inspired video, "I Was Here," encouraged millions of people to share over one billion messages on social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and other social media sites.
Earlier this morning, a Moscow judge sentenced three members of the Russian pop band Pussy Riot to two years in prison for hooliganism.
JohnCon (@MRCONYERS) is the newest gem to emerge from Detroit, MI. JohnCon embraces the Motor City’s grittiness and player ways with his new record “Lover Boy.”
Both Jay and stic have released statements defending the integrity of Nas’ Untitled. However in a recent sit-down with Vibe Magazine, stic.man elaborates even more on the provocative topic.
Trey Songz is giving fans a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to interview him in person on August 26th in Atlanta!
Late last night, the news broke that Young Jeezy is the new Senior Vice President of A&R for Atlantic Records.
Come September 18th, you and your friends can purchase your own personal copy of Jepsen’s debut project!
Domo, Earl Sweatshirt and Tyler each offered up some pretty shockingly hilarious responses and even put a few of their bandmates on full blast!
Jim Beanz, music producer and close friend to the N’Sync breakout star, revealed to Digital Spy that he plans to work with Timberlake soon on his newest sonic project.
The late singer’s brother, Rashad Haughton, seems to also be a little confused and concerned over the OVOXO rapper’s latest project.
Many of these ‘re-born’ artists subsequently blew up after they made their move. And if Snoop’s new project successfully delivers, it could very well be his second coming as well.
The promo video to Jay-Z’s Rocawear AD - From Marcy to Barclay Center - hit the web a while back, and we couldn’t have been more excited to take a walk down memory lane with the Jigga Man.
The Miami-based rapper is flanked by bikini-clad women while instructing them to "shake it down to the ground."
Drake is definitely one of the more notable rapper/singers in our generation, but is he the first successful person to do both?
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