Pusha T recently promised to deliver the best hip hop album of the year. With over a decade’s worth of d-boy/rap experience on his resume, Kanye West as the battery in his back, and My Name Is My Name cued up for release, can the gritty lyricist prove he’s cooked up something to join the elite ranks of his more mainstream peers? October 8th cometh: all eyes are on King Push.
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Pusha’s not afraid of you, Aubrey. Instead of being concerned that Drake’s third-album buzz might diminish the impact of his My Name Is My Name solo debut on October 8, Pusha T welcomes the competition.
Forty-three years ago today, the world lost Jimi Hendrix, and back in August, we included the rock star on our list of 15 artists who passed away during a flourishing point in their careers. Tragically, there are many more musicians, rappers, and singers to add to that bunch.
Hey, Paramore fans! Enter our giveaway today for your chance to meet the band and get a pair of tickets to their upcoming tour dates in either Anaheim, NYC, or Chicago!
Jack Johnson’s new album From Her To Now To You drops today, and VH1 News recently caught up with the singer-songwriter to capture two exclusive performances.
Hey, Paramore fans: Want to be first to hear a special announcement from Hayley and the band tomorrow?
We all lost our minds for Lydia Callis last year when she delivered animated sign language interpretations for New York City’s Mayor Bloomberg during super-storm Sandy. When it comes to actual entertainment, however, it makes sense that concert sign language interpreters would really give it their all too.
Janelle Monáe’s The Electric Lady drops next Tuesday, September 10th, but starting today, we’re exclusively streaming the talented entertainer’s debut album – for a full week.
The long-awaited follow up to Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” has finally arrived, and with assistance from rappers 2 Chainz and Kendrick Lamar, the R&B singer playfully unleashes an arsenal of fun foolishness in the Diane Martel-directed video.