"Knicks," a personal favorite from Freddie Gibbs and Madlib's collaborative Piñata LP, receives a proper remix today (October 20). Premiered by Pitchfork, the track features Action Bronson, Joey Bada$$ and Ransom.
Madlib will package and sell the "Knicks (Remix)" via a six-song EP,
ABC show producer, director and writer Shonda Rhimes lashed out on Twitter after a user made a reference to same-sex love scenes on two of her hit programs. Rhimes defended the LGBT community in fiery yet classy fashion in a
Singer Ashanti celebrated her 34th birthday last week (October 13) in the best way possible--alongside family and friends on the islands of Turks and Caicos.
The former Murder Inc. first lady shared her island experience with the world via Instagram. In doing so, the
Spike Lee has always been a Brooklyn representative, but in November it will be certified in street sign form. That's when Stuyvesant between Quincy and Lexington in the Bed-Stuy section of the borough will officially be renamed "Do The Right Thing
Obtaining a platinum album in any musical genre isn't easy but in 2014, it's damn near impossible.
Forbes has exposed the ailing music scene with a new report that shows no artist's album released this year has gone platinum. Beyoncé's
West Coast rapper Game is in a bit of legal hot water after he ditched performing a concert and didn't return a cancellation fee. After he was demoted from headlining the 2014 Kentucky Derby concert, Game was a no-show.
Streetwear brand Supreme and Champion tip their hats to 90s fashion trends once again in their latest collaborative creation.
After delivering sweatsuits and sweatpants laced with proper branding pieces in past collections, the two companies focused their efforts on a reversible hooded jacket this time
One entity that is fan of Kendrick Lamar's "i" single is the NBA. So much so that the Compton rapper's tune will be featured in new video spots to promote the 2014-15 NBA regular season.
In the clip, footage of NBA
Future's commercial appeal has reached levels unseen by any trap-boasting, southern rapper not named Clifford Harris Jr. or Jay Jenkins. Long gone are his days of rhyming about closets full of True Religion fits; in fact, the ATLien models some upscale pieces in an editorial in issue
This is one of the many reasons why we love Erykah Badu. The songstress pulled off one of the greatest celebrity pranks in a while by masquerading as a musical panhandler in Times Square.
Just to show how cold the Big