Drake hasn’t even begun recording his fourth album in earnest, but it already has a title: “Views From The 6.” Drake was set to confirm the album title Tuesday morning (July 15) as part of an exhaustive roster of upcoming projects.
The 2014-15 Broadway season is barely underway, but it already has a major casualty. Holler If Ya Hear Me, the non-biographical rap musical set in a tough inner-city neighborhood in the industrial Midwest, will have its final performance July 20, just a month after opening.
Throughout the World Cup, Rihanna was one of the tournament's biggest celebrity supporters. So when her beloved Germans captured the championship last night, it came as no surprise that the singer was right in the middle of the celebration.
Maybach Music Group's Rick Ross has assured fans that Meek Mill’s sophomore album, "Dreams Worth More Than Money," is still coming despite Mill’s recent jail sentencing. The album is currently set for release on Sept. 9.
Trey Songz crowns Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums with his newest set “Trigga,” opening with 105,000 copies sold in the week ending July 6, according to Nielsen SoundScan; Robin Thicke’s latest set “Paula” enters at No. 2 on Top R&B/Hip-Hop albums, selling 24,000 copies.
Usually when performance times get pushed earlier it doesn't mean good things, but when it came to Jay Electronica's set at the Brooklyn Hip-Hop Fest this afternoon, it allowed him to invite guests Jay Z, Mac Miller and J. Cole onstage.
There were a load of standout moments Jay Z and Beyonce July 11 concert in New Jersey. The pair showed love to an internet sensation, revealed intimate footage and much more. Here are the five best things about Friday’s On the Run concert.
Drake woke up shortly before his 1 p.m. PST conference call Friday afternoon to talk his hosting gig at next week's ESPY Awards (airing Wednesday July 16 on ESPN at 9 p.m. EST), so he was still processing the news of his friend LeBron James' decision to return to the Cleveland Cavs.
Hot off his successful collaboration with Toni Braxton on "Love, Marriage & Divorce," Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds is readying his first solo album in seven years -- and first of original material since 2005's "Grown & Sexy."
From Seth Rogen to Jimmy Kimmel to the writers of SNL, everyone seems to be poking fun at Kanye West these days. He's got plenty of valid points to be made about injustice in the world today, but his tendency to fly off the handle has made him susceptible to pranks, like this one from Funny Or Die.