Seven years ago today, the two superstars came together to give us one of our favorite collaborative mixtapes in recent memory!
Drake shared a photo making fun of the portrait his dad got of his son's face. Meanwhile, Drake paid tribute to his mom with new ink. See photos inside.
As a musical artist, there are very few things that feel as good as dropping a debut album that many regard as a classic. Equally, there are very few things that are more stressful and terrifying than trying to recreate the magic that was made with the first record. With critics, label executives and fans […]
We got the trailer for the documentary that follows the rise of the Atlanta rapper yesterday. Click inside to watch it and to find out when it will be available to stream!
Take the time to learn about the history of house music through a collection of songs released by Black artists throughout the years inside.
Drake surprised the world by dropping his seventh studio album last night. Click inside to see what people are saying about it!
he annual music award ceremony's 29th edition, hosted by Sean "Diddy" Combs, kicked off with the executive producer's performance of latest single "Gotta Move On" featuring Bryson Tiller, followed by a “Mo Money, Mo Problems” ensemble with son Christian King Combs and Teyana Taylor.
Pusha T dishes the details on his decade-long beef with Drake and his first album to go No. 1 on the Billboard 200, It's Almost Dry. He shares intimate stories about the recent loss of his parents, his evolving sound and more in the latest GQ HYPE interview. Read more inside.
Last night (April 28), Future dropped his ninth studio album, 'I Never Liked You' and had Twitter buzzing. Click inside to see some reactions to the highly anticipated project.
Kenneth Gamble and Leon A. Huff helped shape the sound of soul in the '70s with their work as a songwriting duo, who also had their own label, Philadelphia International Records. Their relevance continues today, thanks in part to their music constantly being sampled by everyone from Meg Thee Stallion to Drake.
RapCaviar followed up their trending ‘The Mount Rushmore of 2010s Rap’ conversation unveiling bespoke murals across the nation, honoring artists who made the final list. See the photos inside.