An OutKast reunion is good enough news, but word of anything Andre 3000 and Big Boi-related always leads to speculation of new material. Unfortunately the latter is crushing fans' hopes of a new album from the rap duo.
Jhene Aiko has a reserved persona, but she isn't too shy when speaking about her feelings. It's not something she does just through her music either. The 25-year-old songstress semi-jokingly asked Conan O'Brien to be her Valentine, and in a recent interview with Rap-Up, she calls Drake her "musical soulmate."
This week, Drake caught attention for denying comments he made about Kanye West's 'Yeezus' album in a Rolling Stone interview, but also his displeasure at his cover being canned in favor of actor Philip Seymour Hoffman, who died earlier this month. The rapper has since deleted the tweets he posted and apologized for his behavior on his blog, calling his rant a "tough day at the office."
New hip-hop fans have had to go through extra measures to get to De La Soul's earlier work because they aren't available on iTunes or Spotify due to sample clearance issues. That's going to change tomorrow (Feb. 14). The group will release its entire catalog for free on that day before dropping new material, according to Rolling Stone.
The posthumous, unreleased Tupac Shakur gems continue to hit the Internet. The latest one comes courtesy of Angie Martinez. The Hot 97 radio personality will discuss a previously unreleased interview with the lauded rapper today (Feb. 13) at some point during her 3PM radio show, which is live on Ustream.
R&B Artist of the Year was one of the more widely competitive categories in The Boombox Fan Choice Awards as each nominee had a legit shot at winning. This category was won by a landslide, however. R. Kelly earned over 50 percent of your votes to take the title.
It's not official yet, but the news of the week is DMX taking up George Zimmerman's challenge to meet him in the boxing ring. The rapper spoke on-camera for the first time since the announcement when a FOX News crew caught up with him.
It's been a while since Kelly Price first hit the scene with 1998's 'Soul of a Woman,' but she's still going strong. Sixteen years after her studio debut, Price is preparing her seventh studio album, 'Sing Pray Love Vol. 1,' for an April release.
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