Guwop decides to bless us earlier than expected and drops his Woptober album tonight instead of the originally promised 10/17 date. The project comes with 13 tracks and contributions from Young Dolph, Rich Ross and...Read more
Jon Hope Drops By #RudeTalkPodcast For Episode 25 And Talks About Everything From His Startup, His Recent Move To NY, His Book, College Tour, The State of Hip Hop in RI, His Old & New Projects...Read more
Khaled rounds up Nicki Minaj, August Alsina, Chris Brown, Jeremih, Future & Rozay to give us the official video for his 'Do You Mind' single starring Bernice Burgos. This lives on his Major Key album...Read more
RudeBoyy Distressed Look "Breast Cancer Awareness" Strapback Caps/Dad Hats with a R in ribbon shape printed on the front, the pink ribbon signifying breast cancer on the left & RudeBoyy logo on the back Now Available....Read more
Here’s another one the other 3 of the 4 tracks Drake released tonight on the birthday edition of OVO Sound Radio. This one Here’s ‘Two Birds, One Stone’, Fake Love’ and Sneakin with 21 Savage. He also released a remix to Dave’s ‘Wanna Know’ record.
Motown legend Smokey Robinson stopped by the Breakfast Club to discuss his new skincare line, the origins of Motown, what was it like to be an artist playing gigs in the south during the days of segregation, writing over 4,000 songs and much more.Read more
With his soon to be triple platinum smash hit ‘Broccoli’ blazing up radio, Billboard, and sales charts alike, D.R.A.M. finally releases his full length album debut. Big Baby D.R.A.M. sees the Virginia rapper/vocalist recruit superstar talents such as Young Thug, Lil Yachty and Erykah Badu for 14 original, genre blending tracks.
Last week, Mobb Deep’s Prodigy released a cookbook based on the meals he cooked up during his three-year incarceration called Commissary Kitchen. “In a world where prisoners are treated like animals, we made our experiences there feel more human by how we prepared our food,” he writes. After taking a look at it, Mass Appeal contacted P and asked him if he’d make one of the dishes. He agreed.
Prodigy met us at a bodega on the Lower East Side where he whipped up “Mom’s (and the Dread’s) Mac Salad,” a recipe he says was partly inspired by a “Rastafarian dude” he met in lockup. P also chopped it up with us about the recent prison strike, his sickle cell anemia, and the difficulty of eating right while incarcerated. “Another major reason why I did this book,” says Prodigy, “was to shed some light on how bad the food is in prison.”Read more
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