Taylor Swift isn't the only one out here copping the spotlight.
NBC I think it's about time for a Fresh Prince reboot.
Apparently, Jermaine Cole has "saved this nightmare of 2016" all while offering to put away our laundry.
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Though it's second fiddle in digital and physical sales to rock and pop, hip-hop has long been the most popular genre on music streaming services. BuzzFeed News spoke to music industry experts to find out why.
LITERAL PUPPY LOVE.
For three friends in Texas, partying until morning with Kendrick Lamar, Lil Wayne, and A$AP Rocky is merely an occupational hazard.
We spent a week zigzagging Austin subsisting on free tacos and sugary drinks alone for SXSW Music this year. ICYMI, these are the best things we saw.
"My goal is to have that be a haven for families. So every two years a new family will come in, they live rent-free."
Let’s get this party started.
Spoiler alert: There's going to be a lot of booty.
On his volatile new song "Fire Squad."
Superstars like Jay Z, Kanye West, and Lil Wayne — fitful allies in the fight for civil rights — may be suffering from outrage fatigue.
Rapper releases new song as singer Frank Ocean weighs in on Ferguson crisis with comment.
Now in trading cards! You’ve already dated these types — the bad boys, the sensitive souls, the one-night stands. Collect ‘em all.
Be honest, and don't just try to avoid getting Macklemore.
From Kanye's epic Yeezus to A$AP Ferg's bizarro Trap Lord and the return of M.I.A., there was a lot to love this past year.
This summer will go down in history as a magical time when we all got lucky and couldn't stop partying, cruising, or wondering what rhymes with "hug me."
Catch up on the month’s best songs, albums, and moments with new music by Kanye West, Nine Inch Nails, J. Cole, Disclosure, Hanson, and more.
Yeezus was projected to sell 500,000 copies in its first week but ended up selling 328,000, just shy of Daft Punk's first-week sales for Random Access Memories. Here's why.
It was a BB gun. And J. Cole retweeted him. Also, what the hell?
The rapper/producer is selling himself as counter-programming to rap's biggest star, and that gamble might make him an A-list emcee.
"Villuminati," the lead track on J. Cole's upcoming album, attempts to provoke thoughts on homophobia by being blatantly homophobic.