Among the chaos that ensued during Drake’s “Views” release last week, the writing credits for his album have arrived. See who Drizzy collaborated with on the album below.
So, the next publication to try to piece together hip-hop greatness is Rolling Stone, with The 100 Greatest Hip-Hop Songs of All Time List. Check it after the jump and to be honest, I was a little shocked to see some huge songs missing from this list.
The race to the top spot is on! Drake’s “One Dance” and Desiigner’s “Panda” are currently storming the Billboard charts, but there’s one thing in between the both of them. Rihanna. Who do you think comes out the victor in this triple threat? Hit the jump!
Last night, the 2016 MTV Movie Awards aired, after being taped the night before in Los Angeles. Hit the jump to find out who went home with the golden popcorn!
More and more money…for virtually not much besides their appearance. This new GQ article gets the inside scoop on what certain hip-hop celebrities have made and make just for showing up at a club, sometimes not even performing. See the numbers after the jump.
As we approach the release of Big Sean & Jhene Aiko’s debut collaborative project “TWENTY88” this Friday, we get the track-listing and it’s not what you’d expect from these two to say the least. See the 8 song titles after the jump.
It’s almost like Drake just can’t loose. Today, the 6 God himself was named Spotify’s most streamed artist of 2015. With two projects released this year, If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late and What A Time To Be Alive, Drake racked up over 1.8 billion streams and 46 million listeners. To compliment Drizzy, Spotify’s most streamed female artist this year was everyone’s favorite bad gal, Rihanna. Rihanna is ending 2015 with over 1 billion streams and 57 million listeners. Overall, Spotify said 75 million listeners streamed over 20 billion hours of music this year through their service. Hit the jump for more.
2015 is on it’s way out the door, however before we ring in the New Year, Pandora has released its list of the 100 most “thumbed-up” songs of the year. Earning top slots are artists like R&B sensation The Weeknd, who managed to land two spots in the Top 10 with his hits, “The Hills” and “Earned It.” The Weeknd is joined by fellow artists Wiz Khalifa, Nicki Minaj, Fetty Wap, Trey Songz, Rihanna and more. According to Lars Murray, SVP of Pandora Music Makers Group, “Listeners flock to Pandora to hear their favorite music,” he continued, “The Thumb Hundred is unique in radio. It isn’t a list of what Pandora told people to listen to, it’s a true reflection of what more than 78 million monthly listeners told us their top songs for the year are, through every single thumb up.” Hit the jump to check out the TOP 20.