Indie-rockers Soccer Mommy and Real Estate have new releases out this week alongside rapper Lil Baby, electronic artist Caribou and more.
The rapper challenged fans to try to rap along to his fastest track with the winner receiving a signed lithograph, a pair of Beats, and a shoutout from the rapper.
We're recommending the most exciting and noteworthy new releases that are hitting streaming services.
Minaj appeared on a remix of Pop Smoke's hit single, "Welcome to the Party," in 2019.
Pop Smoke was killed in a Hollywood Hills home on Wednesday after two intruders entered the house after a party.
The pair were cuddled up in a number of Instagram Stories videos over Super Bowl weekend.
Chicago police received a tip that up to 150 people were gathered and that dozens of them had been seen brandishing guns live on social media.
The rap artist said that he just wants "an even playing field" for African-American artists.
The "Respect My Crypn" rapper traveled to LA's Skid Row, stood atop a car, and threw armfuls of cash down upon the poor individuals gathered there, drawing criticism.
Despite his "game-changing" cooperation with prosecutors, U.S. District Judge Paul Engelmayer deemed the rapper's activities with the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods "too violent" to release him immediately after sentencing.
Tekashi 6ix9ine was first arrested on racketeering charges in November 2018, but his legal woes started long before that.
Eminem and Nick Cannon have been feuding ever since the Michigan rapper released "Bagpipes from Baghdad," a diss track aimed at Cannon and his then-wife Mariah Carey, in 2009.
The video features his family wandering in the desert, before a performance by his Sunday Service choir.
An ex-Forrest County Agricultural High School student has been arrested for making terroristic threats after authorities say he wrote a song in which he threatened to shoot up the school.
On Thursday, Aiko released a music video for the track, "None of Your Concern," in which the rapper can be heard dropping an X-rated verse approximately three minutes and 28 seconds in.
About a week ago, former NBA superstar Shaquille O'Neal came out of rap retirement and went after current NBA star Damian Lillard. Lillard has since followed with a diss track of his own.
"I'm growing up to hate this s—t [homosexuality]," the 20-year-old rapper told television program creator Paul Rivera on an episode of HBO's "The Shop,"
The rapper is supposed to be featured on the tour through October.
'Thought I made it obvious," tweeted the "Old Town Road" rapper Sunday night, fueling speculation about his sexuality.
The rapper had collaborated with YG on the single Bruisin'.
"We're just being ourselves, being authentic in our music, doing what we like, making the music that we want to make," said band member MaSiWei.
Bhad Bhabie speaks to Newsweek about turning viral vilification into a lucrative rap career.
Culture Minister Vladimir Medinsky said rap may soon be recognized as a Russian form of art.
Eminem calls out Charlamagne tha God, Drake and Machine Gun Kelly in a no-holds-barred album.
Rapper I-NZ's "This Is Iraq" is a dark, satirical and politically charged assault on the U.S. invasion of Iraq and the violence that has ensued there ever since.
"I'm just a real chill person."