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To understand the gist of Kendrick Lamar's new album, "To Pimp a Butterfly," you must start with the end in
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There's nothing here that will shed new light on Michael Jackson as an artist--you already know his genius. But there's
An Australian with a pretty sizable following as a fashion model, Iggy raps with a faux-Southern American drawl that echoes
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Young Money: Rise of an Empire is the second official studio compilation from the YMCMB roster following 2013's Rich Gang.
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On Dead Prez's latest effort, they tackle everything from the economic crisis to the benefits of drug-free and healthy lifestyles.
On her debut solo album, "Goldenheart," Dawn Richard announces herself as viable and intriguing artist on her own merit.
From the start, it’s obvious that the King of the South is looking to remind everyone in hip hop who
Anthony David opens up Love Out Loud with “Aspiracy Theory,” a song that blossoms in the morning sunshine as
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As Nas promoted this album with subtlety, many wondered what to expect from a living rap legend in a time where