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On a rainy, February weekend at a rented Crescent Hills Drive home with a wide view of Los Angeles, Phora is putting the finishing touches on his Valentine’s Day release, “i still love you.” The track’s arrival was hinted at on his Instagram weeks before the...

“I think over the years for me, I don’t acknowledge distinctions between genres,” Britell said, also citing legends as diverse as Mozart, The Beatles, Quincy Jones, and Dr. Dre. “I think powerful music is just powerful music.” Speaking with MTV News, Britell discussed the early process...

Arguments regarding what makes an individual a “true” recording artist has gotten even murkier thanks to the recent success of social media influencers turned chart toppers. Someone who understands that exact conversation is none other than Corey Dennard a.k.a. Mr. Hanky. Read the rest here!...

Post Cardi B success, Mona Scott Young’s Love & Hip Hop series has transitioned from bottom-feeding reality television featuring either “has been” artists or desperate attention seekers to a legitimate platform for possible superstardom. Industry credentials don’t matter when one has a personality big enough for potential viral...

The closing track “no name” serves two purposes that are essentially intertwined; explaining her rap alias origins and how that makes her ultra relatable. It’s a message at the heart of Room 25. Noname overwhelmingly succeeds in telling her coming-of-age story where she removes all emotional...