Future has a busy few months ahead of him, including headlining HOT 97 Summer Jam and the North American “Summer Sixteen” tour with Drake. After giving us a video for The Weeknd-assisted “Low Life”back in March, the Freebandz rapper is back with a new visual for “Wicked.”
DMX was last spotted in late May, tearing down Brooklyn’s Barclays Center at Puff Daddy & The Family’s Bad Boy reunion concert. The Ruff Ryders MC returns with some new music, linking up with The LOX’s Styles P on “Still Scratching.” A track that surfaced online on Saturday (Jun. 4), Dark Man X and The Ghost trade hard raps over some gritty haunting production.
Power 106 L.A.’s annual Powerhouse concert took over The Honda Center in Anaheim, California on Friday night. Headlined by Chance the Rapper, the event included performances and guest appearances by YG, DJ Mustard, Fat Joe and Remy Ma, Joey Bada$$, E40 and Too $hort, Jhené Aiko, Keyshia Cole, Yo Gotti, Problem, Trinidad Jame$ and more.
The year 2016 might belong to both DJ Khaled and Drake. With their individual stardom reaching new heights, the DJ/producer and Canadian rapper join forces once again for another heater. Following their past summer collaborations “I’m On One” (2011) and “No New Friends” (2013), the tandem return with the single “(F*ck Me) For Free.” Serving as the lead record off DJ Khaled’s forthcoming Major Key LP due later this year, the track samples Too $hort’s “Blow The Whistle,” produced by OVO Sound hitmakers Nineteen85 and Jordan Ullman of Majid Jordan.
Speaking with Zane Lowe on Apple Music’s Beats 1 radio during the premiere of “For Free,” DJ Khaled revealed some news about his Major Key album. The 12-track LP will feature confirmed appearances from Kanye West, Lil’ Wayne, Rick Ross, Bryson Tiller, Big Sean, and the collaboration by JAY Z and Future titled “I Got The Keys.”
The time is almost here for Juicy J and Wiz Khalifa’s collaborative album. Juice hit Twitter earlier today to let listeners know the 16-track project will be hitting iTunes at midnight. Production on the project came under the watchful eye of ATL’s TM88.
Three time heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali passed away from complications of Parkinson’s disease on Friday. He was taken to a Phoenix area hospital on Thursday after suffering sudden severe respiratory distress. He was 74.
Only the Greatest can write his obituary. Here is how Ali wanted to be remembered, in his own words:
“I would like to be remembered as a man who won the heavyweight title three times, who was humorous, and who treated everyone right. As a man who never looked down on those who looked up to him, and who helped as many people as he could. As a man who stood up for his beliefs no matter what. As a man who tried to unite all humankind through faith and love.
And if all that’s too much, then I guess I’d settle for being remembered only as a great boxer who became a leader and a champion of his people. And I wouldn’t even mind if folks forgot how pretty I was.”