February 2018 saw the birth of two can’t-miss curated rap playlists: ‘31 Rap Songs That Reference Condoms’ and ‘27 Secular, Religious-Referencing Rap Songs.’
Wale delivers his most commercial album to date with ‘Shine.’ Unfortunately, ‘Shine’ won’t go down as a classic by the D.C. rapper.
Drake (‘More Life’) and Ed Sheeran (÷) remain firmly planted at nos. 1 and 2 respectively. Kodak Black bows at no. 3 with his debut album, ‘Painting Pictures.’
Bay Area rapper, G-Eazy, and DJ Carnage are cocky and confident on their four-song EP, ‘Step Brothers.’ Step Brothers encompasses money and sex.
★★★★ Mansionz, comprised of Mike Posner and blackbear, releases an incredible, ambitious debut album, fittingly titled, ‘Mansionz.’ What happens when two underappreciated, incredibly talented musicians collaborate together? Fire. Mike Posner and blackbear collaborate as mansionz, an eclectic group formed in 2016 encompassing hip-hop, pop, and R&B. Their self-titled debut materializes in 2017, and it is…
Former boy bander (and Ariana Grande ex) Nathan Sykes shows off his vocal chops throughout his debut album, ‘Unfinished Business.’
Britney Spears’ latest single “Make Me” is easily a cut above her previous single, the mediocre “Pretty Girls” featuring Iggy Azalea.
On the Billboard 200, specifically the “number one spot” Bowie’s legacy lives on with his first ever chart topper.
The best way to summarizes this week’s charts? Adele. Yep – nuff said! 1) Adele makes it five weeks at #1 with 25. 25’s fifth week gave the album its third million-plus selling week and second best week overall, behind its 3.38 million start. 2) Justin Bieber remains the second most consistent artist on the…