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Talib Kweli Responds To Gene Simmons’ “Death Of Rap” Comments

Talib Kweli is not here for Gene Simmons. At all.

Live Reviews

Skepta And Metro Boomin’s Lively Sets Are SXSW 2016’s True Treasures

Friday night was another wild one in Austin.

Lifestyle

Solange’s Saint Heron Online Store Has Relaunched And Is Ready For Business

Ladies and gentlemen, get into Saint Heron's new URL digs!

Music News

Here’s Proof That Drake And Kendrick Lamar Might Have Been In The Studio Together

We bet you two dollars Kendrick and Drake are up to something.

Sports

Carmelo Anthony Remains Uncertain About His Future Role With The New York Knicks

Anthony doesn't sound too certain about returning to the Knicks next season.

Music

PJ Drops Uptempo Track “Gangster” Ahead Of ‘Rare’ Album’s Release

We can handle this like adults or we can get into some gangsta sh*t.

Entertainment

Pop Life Podcast Discuss Ciara & Russell Wilson’s Engagement, BET Honors And More

This week's round up on the Pop Life Podcast dealt with all black everything.

Music News

Take Five: Get To Know South Korean R&B Artist DEAN At #SXSW

While the VIBE team was checking acts at the Spotify House, we saw a young singer by the name of DEAN, hailing all the way…

Music News

Rihanna Unleashes Not One, Not Two, But Seven Remixes To “Work”

Rihanna's latest track is working overtime with the arrival of this recent music news.

News

A Seventh-Grade Math Class Creates Their Own Rendition Of Beyonce’s “Formation” Video

Self-identity wasn't the only thing Bey inspired with "Formation;" she also led the way for a class of seventh graders in Louisiana to perfect their…

Music

Nas Rocked Vans’ 50th Anniversary Party In Brooklyn

Nas helped the historic snaker company celebrate a milestone year.

Events

Photo Diary: Yo Gotti, Anderson .Paak, BJ The Chicago Kid & More Had VIBE’s SXSW Day Party On Tilt

VIBE and the Bud Light Factory turned Austin's Brazos Hall into a lituation yesterday with the help of Yo Gotti, Anderson .Paak & The Free…
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