What’s beef? Two words: Chris Brown. The two -- Chris Brown and beef -- have become somewhat synonymous since he went from beloved singer to bad boy crooner. Over the years, Breezy's adversaries have ranged from funny girls to neck-rolling talk show hosts, with his biggest dust-up being with Drake.
Apparently it wasn't just the Golden State Warriors who felt #blessed after clinching the Western Conference title during last night's game against the Houston Rockets. Riley Curry (daughter of Warriors star point guard Steph Curry) sang Drake's memorable chorus to the Big Sean hit "Blessings" during the post-game press conference.
Karrueche Tran found out about her ex Chris Brown's baby like everyone else: via TMZ. "I was like, ‘Oh..OK…Ugh!'" she said Wednesday morning on Real 92.3's "Big Boy’s Morning Show". "I called him, I cussed him out, and I was like [dusts hands off]."
Melbourne's Hiatus Kaiyote blew minds right out of the gate with their 2013 debut Tawk Tomahawk, filled to the brim with (as they put it) "multi-dimensional, polyrhythmic gangster shit." After earning endorsements from everyone from Prince to Pharrell, a Q-Tip remix, and a Grammy nod, the quartet returned to Australia to work on their sophomore album.
Hip-hop newcomer Jidenna and his debut solo single “Classic Man” have already begun summer-radio domination, and with good reason. The longtime collaborator of Janelle Monae and one-fifth of her record label, Wondaland, has a musical palette that is as crisp as the three-piece suits you will usually find him wearing.
Two months after Kendrick Lamar notched his first No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 with To Pimp a Butterfly, the rapper has landed his first No. 1 song on the Hot 100 chart — and it’s all thanks to Taylor Swift.
After yesterday's trio of leaks, there's more new music from The Weeknd -- this time, though, it's official. "The Hills," a track that Abel had previously performed at both SXSW and Coachella, received suitably dark and mysterious visuals along with its studio release.
Toronto music festival NXNE has issued a statement reminding fans there are plenty of other acts to go see if one doesn't like New York-based rapper Action Bronson and that his show at Yonge-Dundas Square June 21 will go on as planned. He played the same public space in 2012.