All genres go through ebbs and flows. Pop, rock, R&B, soul, funk, jazz, punk, metal, disco — they’ve all been through this, and so has everything in between. Right now, even though rap and hip-hop edged
By Abha Bhattarai Abha Bhattarai Reporter covering the retail industry Email Bio Follow Poland Spring, the country’s best-selling bottled water, is “a colossal fraud,” according to a class-action lawsuit.
The age of Champagne Papi is over, it's time for Vacation Drake. You know that Drake is big, but putting his success into metrics makes it all the more apparent. Since the release of "Best I Ever Had"
The revelation that Fox News made contact with the White House over a false and malicious story could spell trouble for the network – and the president In the early hours of Sunday 10 July 2016, Seth a
Bobby Shmurda's imprisonment left a hole, but his influence is being felt more than ever in the music of new artists like Sheff G and Blixky Boys. New York has been clamoring for a new rap scene. Three
By Jennifer Rubin Jennifer Rubin Opinion writer covering politics and policy, foreign and domestic Email Bio Follow Opinion writer The Post’s latest bombshell has dropped: The Post has obtained transcripts
"Duffle Bag Boy" sold 2 million ringtones and changed rap in the process. And that's just part of it, according to Tity Boi. Day 310: "Duffle Bag Boy" feat. Lil Wayne – Playaz Circle, Supply & Demand,
By Fareed Zakaria Fareed Zakaria Columnist focusing on foreign affairs Email Bio Follow Columnist In London last week, I met a Nigerian man who succinctly expressed the reaction of much of the world to
By Robert Samuels and Robert Samuels National political reporter who focuses on the intersection of politics, policy and people Email Bio Follow Jenna Johnson Jenna Johnson National political correspondent
A local dispensary in Maine recently traded residents a gram for each trash bag they filled with litter after being inspired by a similar "gifting" scheme in Colorado. Over the weekend, dozens of people
"What You Think” features a sample from the late Biggie Smalls. It's been a little over a month since the hip-hop world lost one of its most talented lyricists when Mobb Deep's Prodigy died at the age
By Jennifer Rubin Jennifer Rubin Opinion writer covering politics and policy, foreign and domestic Email Bio Follow Opinion writer Someone should tell the White House’s new communications director, Anthony
“Change—shit, I guess change is good for any of us,” Tupac raps at the start of one of his most beloved singles, recorded in 1995 and released the following year after his death. Back then, rap, hip-hop,
Delight in new albums from Lana Del Rey, Dizzee Rascal, and more. Most New Music Fridays tend to have one standout album from the bunch that inevitably end up sharing a release date every week, but today
ATLANTA (AP) — Meek Mill faced scrutiny during his highly-publicized rap feud with Drake and relationship with former girlfriend Nicki Minaj. Some may think Mill lost in both situations, especially after
At last month's BET Awards, rapper and Internet talk-show host Joe Budden got into a highly publicized tiff with the members of Migos after he walked out of his own red-carpet interview with that Atlanta