Complex Reveals Their Annual Top 50 Albums of the Year List

Last year, Complex created quite the controversy with their annual Best Albums of the Year list, putting Rae Sremmurd’s SremmLife at number one. As the year wraps up, the gang is back to stir up come controversy once again – although they’re missing out on releases from J. Cole, Ab-Soul and Drake in the upcoming weeks. (Will they get a pass for next year’s list?)

(Video) DJ Khaled Plans To Overcome Flying Fears, Discusses Homelessness & More

Everyone has some sort of fear, DJ Khaled’s fear happens to be flying. During some cloth talk and major key dropping, Tony Robbins and DJ Khaled are discussing it all in their new Complex magazine cover. Hit the jump to check it out.

(Video) Cam’Ron Reveals ‘Killa Pink’ Album Coming In November

In a new interview with Complex, Cam’Ron revealed that he’s created his own shade of pink with Pantone titled “Killa Pink.” This is will double as the name of his new album in November, and be featured on the sneakers he has coming with Reebok. Check out the full interview below. Can’t wait for the album!

(Photo) Meet Natalie Green The 4 Year-Old Girl Featured On Kanye West’s “Ultralight Beam”

The opening track on Kanye West’s latest project, The Life of Pablo samples the voice of a young girl deep in prayer shouting, “We don’t want no devils in the house, God, We want the Lord, and that’s it.” The sample comes from an Instagram video that went viral not too long ago, featuring 4-year-old Natalie Green which made it’s way onto Kanye West’s “Ultralight Beam” also featuring Chance the Rapper, Kirk Franklin, and Kelly Price. Complex mag reached out to Natalie and her mother recently to get all the details on how the video came about and how it landed in front of Kanye West. Hit the jump for more.

(Photos + Video) Rae Sremmurd Come For Ebro On Twitter After He Says They Don’t Write Their Raps

Complex‘s staff came up to Hot 97 yesterday, and debated with the Ebro In The Morning crew on Complex‘s list of Top 50 Songs & Albums of 2015. Naturally, things got a bit heated during the debate, and Ebro took issue with Rae Sremmurd‘s SremmLife album nabbing the number 3 spot on the Top Albums list. Though he noted the album was good, Ebro said that it didn’t deserve such a high spot, and added:

“They didn’t write that sh*t. Any of it. Maybe some of it. Mike WiLL-Made It—you know that his name is Mike WiLL-Made It? He made that album. They’re Kriss Kross​. It was a fabricated thing that we all liked.”

This immediately sparked a response from both Rae Sremmurd and Mike WiLL, creating an interesting back-and-forth with Ebro. The duo have since deleted their tweets (calling Ebro old and out of touch, etc.), though Mike and Ebro‘s remain up. Check out what’s left in the gallery and let us know your thoughts!

(Video) Oh, Is That So? Jeremih Reveals He Has Messed Around With “Some Very Powerful People’s Women”

R&B crooner Jeremih recently had a sit-down with Complex to chop it up about his impressive career and how he blew up over the past five years. During his interview, he went through each of his hit singles and explained how all the songs broke along with some trials and tribulations that was occurring in his life during making his second album. To top it off, the “Birthday Sex” singer revealed that he messed around with some “very powerful people’s women” that could have potentially ruined his career. Hmmm, I wonder who?! Get into the full interview with Complex x Jeremih below!

Copyright © 2010-2014 FUNKMASTER FLEX, LTD. All rights reserved.