Find Out Who The Source Named Their Rookie & Man Of The Year!

The Source released their first digital issue yesterday, and it’s their annual Man Of The Year/Rookie Of The Year double cover. Fittingly, New Jersey Fetty Wap was awarded the honor of Rookie Of The Year, as his stellar success in 2015 was groundbreaking to say the least! As for Man Of The Year, Kendrick Lamar and Future share the honor as co-MVPs. Do you agree with all of The Source‘s pics? Check the covers in the gallery and let us know your thoughts!

(Photos) A$AP Rocky Covers ‘The Source’ Magazine

Minus the death of Yams, it seems like 2015 is Rocky’s year. Not only does he have the #1 album out and landed a role in the critically-acclaimed Sundance film DOPE, but the A$AP Mob’s leading guy A$AP Rocky recently graced the cover of the newest issue of The Source. Inside the Summer issue of the mag, Rocky gets into detail about what he’s working on musically, his new emerging acting career and much, much more. Make sure to pick up issue #226 of The Source on the newsstands very, very soon and check out Rocky’s cover in the gallery!

(Video) Hot 97 Remembers Biggie’s ‘Ready To Die’ On 20th Anniversary

This is really dope, the history of how “Ready to Die, from the making of it, the feeling on the streets, and what it meant to hip hop over all!!

Did You Know? THIS Famous Rapper Auditioned For The Role Of Tupac On Broadway!

It’s that time of year again for The Source’s annual ‘Power 30’ issue, and Tha Snowman takes the honors of gracing 1 of the 2 covers in promotion of his new album, Seen It All: The Autobiography. Though the issue hasn’t hit newsstands quite yet, excerpts from the interview are available online, and they include an interesting piece of information! “I came to New York, auditioned and everything,” Jeezy revealed to The Source about trying out for the role of Tupac in the now-shuttered Broadway musical, Holler If Ya Hear Me. “Snowman was going to be on Broadway, man.” That’s kind of crazy! Can you picture Jeezy on Broadway?! He didn’t reveal how far along he got in the audition process and whether he got the role and turned it down or just didn’t make the cut, but I guess it worked out in his favor either way…considering the play totally tanked. Holler If Ya Hear Me, based on Pac‘s music and poetry, opened on Broadway on June 19, and closed exactly one month later after just 17 previews and 38 performances.

(Photos) Jeezy Covers ‘The Source’ Magazine

Straight out of the bing and fresh off donating a milli to charity, Jeezy graces the cover of The Source’s 2014 Power 30 issue. The issue hits newsstands soon, but you can cop his brand new album Seen It All: The Autobiography on iTunes now. (P.S. In related news, check out the feature The Source did on ME here!)

(Photos) Macklemore Covers The Source As ‘Man Of The Year’

As previously announced, Macklemore has been chosen as The Source’s ‘Man of the Year’ for 2013, with Chance The Rapper as their ‘Rookie of the Year.’ The guys each have their own special edition cover, and above is Mack’s. The Seattle native follows in the footsteps of Rick Ross (2 years in a row – 2010 and 2011) and 2 Chainz for 2012. Congrats!

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