If there was a roster of artists who worked great together, Big Sean and Jhené Aiko will be placed up, high up. Beware, I’m Gonna Be, I Know, the list of dope af records the duo have created together just goes on and on.
Earlier this week, in true revelation that there is in fact a God, Jhené Aiko and Big Sean announced their collaborative project, which they dubbed “TWENTY88.”
Launching a campaign on their social media accounts as well as an account with the “TWENTY88” name, the duo announced their self-titled 8-track collective more »
DeJ Loaf is slowly but surely becoming a force to reckon with in Hip-Hop.
In addition to being one of this year’s pitches for the XXL Freshmen 2015, Nicki Minaj gave her a special shoutout at the 2015 BET Awards, dubbing her “very very interesting.”
Today sees the release of Dej Loaf’s “Back Up,” a track which features fellow Detroit-native Big Sean. Slaying from the get-go, “Back Up” is a fast-paced cut supported by an extremely catchy drum-kicks.
Stream “Back Up” below!
It seems we have been waiting for this lineup for a really long time.
Over the weekend, Mary J Blige performed during the first ever New York edition of the Made In America Festival, as the festival will not be returning to Los Angeles. As expected, her performance was streamed exclusively on TIDAL.com.
Anyhow, the main edition of the festival, will be held in Philadelphia (as always), and it will take place September 5th and September 6th.
In today’s shocking news, Beyoncé is headlining the festival this year. She is joined by more »
For the past month, Ariana Grande has been on her first-ever headlining tour, entitled “The Honeymoon Tour.”
The tour kicked off in Missouri on Feb. 25, and has since visited numerous cities including Toronto, Detroit, and New York City.
Today in Los Angeles, the show was held at The Forum, located in Inglewood, California.
For the second time since the tour started (the first being in Miami, FL), Justin Bieber was a special guest at tonight’s show.
On Feb. 24, 2015, Big Sean released his third studio album, Dark Sky Paradise. Upon release, the star-studded album made its way to the top of the charts in a number of countries, including the United States and Canada.
Kid Rock also dropped an album, titled “First Kiss” on Feb. 24. Even after attempting to make himself relevant in the news this past week, with his misogynist Beyoncé-related comments, his album failed to top the charts this week (Godisreal.gif)
According to HDD, by a very very small margin, Big Sean’s “Dark Sky Paradise” won more »
Long before Big Sean released his now No. 1 album, Dark Sky Paradise, he premiered a song off the album which features Drake and Kanye West. The song is titled “Blessings.”
While in New York City for New York Fashion Week, Big Sean, Kanye West, and Drake shot the visuals for “Blessings,” which was just released.
It was performed LIVE for the very first time by Kanye West and Big Sean during Big Sean’s GRAMMY week performance. Drake on the other hand has performed his verse while on tour in Australia.
“Dark Sky more »