Twenty-seven-year-old Sevyn Streeter plays well with others, but she excels on her own. After a four-year stint as a member of RichGirl, the singer has written hits for Alicia Keys ('New Day'), Chris Brown ('Yeah 3x,' 'Fine China') and, most recently, Ariana Grande ('The Way'). With her new song, 'It Won’t Stop,' now on the airwaves and Brown's CBE label backing her, it's safe to say she's been doing pretty well as a solo act.
If you've ever wanted to see Wiz Khalifa and Juicy J in a video where they just flourish and do literally nothing else, then here's a present. The two Taylor Gang members do just that in the video for 'The Plan,' featured on Wiz's fourth studio album, 'O.N.I.F.C.
U-God wasn't around that much during the recording process of 'Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)' because of his incarceration. The one full verse he does have is featured on 'Da Mystery of Chessboxin,' and it's a solid one, which makes his presence on the group's legendary album feel more missed. Even though the rapper was in the big house, he still has some interesting tidbits to share about what was going on with the group at that time.
Busta Rhymes has released another single from his upcoming 'E.L.E. 2 (Extinction Level Event 2)' and it's a good one. 'Thank You' features fellow old-timer Q-Tip, fellow Cash Money member Lil Wayne and Kanye West, and it's a long way from sounding like '#TwerkIt.'
There's Boogie Down Production's 'Criminal Minded. The Beastie Boys' legendary 'Licensed to Ill. Eric B. & Rakim's 'Paid in Full.' Hip-hop has plenty of albums that are considered landmarks in the culture, but what do they mean for the casual fan? They're essential listens and are still on the playlist for many, but for others, do they extend beyond hip-hop homework? The answer is yes, with Wu-Tang Clan's epochal 'Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)' being one without question.
“Jazz needs a big-ass slap,” Robert Glasperonce said, commenting on the genre's fall from relevancy. And it seems Glasper's mission with ‘Black Radio 2' was to provide all the slap jazz needed and then some.
On Sunday night (Nov. 3), BET aired the Eighth Annual 'Black Girls Rock,' a show dedicated toward empowering women of color. The honorees this year included the likes of hip-hop pioneer Queen Latifah, tennis player Venus Williams and Patti LaBelle, who received the Living Legend award.
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