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NEXT: Megan Thee Stallion Is Taking Rappers To School

Houston's Megan Thee Stallion is somehow balancing a full-time schooling schedule while being one of rap's most rapidly rising stars.

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With Tha Carter V Finally Out, What Will Lil Wayne Do Next?

Lil Wayne's long-awaited 'Tha Carter V' has finally been released, but where does he go from here?

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What 6 Producers Really Think About Daniel On ‘Insecure’

We rounded up producers TrakGirl, Melo-X and Thelonius Martin to see what they really think about Daniel on 'Insecure.'

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Ozuna On Creating “Taki Taki” With Cardi B And More Surprises On ‘Aura’ Tour

Ozuna chats with Vibe Viva about reuniting with Cardi B for their new single, "Taki Taki" and more.

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Raphael Saadiq Talks New Music, ‘Insecure,’ And Why Tony! Toni! Toné! Won’t Reunite

Raphael Saadiq gets deep interview about his upcoming album, his family's struggles with addiction, and why fans won't get a Tony! Toni! Toné! reunion.

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Lupe Fiasco Eschews Label Drama And Controversy For Ambitious ‘Drogas Wave’

After controversial comments and label woes hindering his career before, the ambitious 'Drogas Wave' allows Lupe Fiasco to let his music speak for itself.

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Young Dolph Is The Gucci Mane Heir We Deserve

Young Dolph is taking over the gap left by Gucci Mane, with a relentless output and standing on a national scale that towers over nearly…

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T.I. Lists Six Fundamental Trap Albums, Details New Project ‘The Dime Trap’

"Trap music is a testament to what the devil needed for bad God uses for good."

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Big Sean Reflects On Mac Miller, Talks Piano And Vocal Lessons

"He had a positive energy about him and was just gone way too soon.”

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When It Comes To Both Sound And Sartorial Matters, Masego Has Upgraded To Silk

With his new album 'Lady Lady,' Masego strides into grown and sexy territory.

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Folarin Season: Are We Entering A Wale Renaissance?

With three quality EPs released in 2018, Wale is in rare form.

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Beautiful Struggle: The Iconicity of Cuban Hip-Hop And Political Exile Nehanda Abiodun

Nehanda Isoke Abiodun, née Cheri Laverne Dalton, was just 10 years old when she joined the picket lines. Columbia University in the '60s…

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Estelle’s ‘Lovers Rock’ Serves As A Testament To True Love

Estelle is ready to put her parents’ love lost, yet love found storyline at the center of her new project, Lovers Rock (VP Records/Est. 1980).

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‘Creed II’ Reinstates Familial Importance, Carves Space For Characters To Expand

The team rekindled their onscreen chemistry that’ll take the audience from Brooklyn’s Barclays Center to a main event in Russia’s Olympic Stadium.
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