The DMV aint playing no games this year when it comes to this music thing. If GoldLink gave the city a beautiful assist last year with his Grammy nod and the success of “Crew”, then 2018 is Ciscero‘s time to slam dunk that thang.   Judging by the creative and clean visuals to his new, […]

When two of the biggest songs of the year were created by the same guy, then nine times out of ten, that guy is a musical legend in the making. Meet Teddy Walton —the producer behind GoldLink‘s “Crew” and Kendrick Lamar‘s “LOVE.” The 25-year old Tennessee native has been on the come up for a […]

The 60th Grammy nominations were announced on Tuesday and some major talent is getting recognition. Rap, R&B, and funk dominate the major categories with Kendrick Lamar, Jay-Z, Bruno Mars and Childish Gambino leading the charge. Kendrick’s “HUMBLE,” Jigga’s “The Story of O.J.,” Childish’s “Redbone,” and Bruno’s “24K Magic” are each nominated for Record of the […]

During the event, music newcomer Masego took to the stage to perform breakout songs like "Bounce" and "Girls That Dance."

GoldLink fans will be happy to know the D.C. rapper has dropped the official video to his 2016 Templates, Vol. 1 cut "Spectrum."

The DMV music festival announces its fourth annual Trillectro lineup with Kid Cudi as the headliner.

Meet L.A.-based singer/songwriter Moxie Raia.

After sharing singles like "Dance On Me," "Unique," and "New Black," the DMV native releases And After That, We Didn't Talk on Soulection.

With Goldlink's debut album arriving in two weeks, the DMV native releases a new feel-good jam with Cali singer Anderson .Paak.

After appearing on XXL’s Freshman Class cover, Virginia native Goldlink releases a new jam titled “Dance On Me.” Although most of the world doesn’t know who Goldlink is, the vibrant emcee’s been navigating in the underground circuit and creating his own lane in what he calls “future bounce” for years now. “Dance on me, dance […]

It’s about damn time. After being months overdue, XXL finally unveiled their beloved Freshman Class issue. The famed hip-hop magazine maintains that picking this year’s class was just as tough as previous years, but somehow they came to a conclusion that’s a pretty accurate picture of today’s hip-hop climate. Fetty Wap, Tink, Shy Glizzy, K Camp, Raury, Goldlink, […]