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Back when Ty Dolla $ign released his $ign Language mixtape at the tail end of summer, word was his official debut album Free TC was soon to follow. Now it's looking more like the album won't be…   Read Story »
Jeezy is the guy who signed YG, so it would've made sense if he'd gone in on the glittering, minimal DJ Mustard tracks on his last album Seen It All. Instead, Jeezy stuck with the thundering Atlanta…   Read Story »
This week was brutal here in NYC as the city got hit with widespread panic and potentially unstoppable plague. Yes, dear readers, CMJ is back! We also had our hands full with plenty of great songs,…   Read Story »
The Weeknd hasn't released anything other than a handful of spare songs this year, and yet his star continues to grow; he filled arenas on both coasts earlier this year. And after dropping his…   Read Story »
Last night, BET held its annual Hip-Hop Awards show, broadcasting from Atlanta with Snoop Dogg hosting. As usual, the big news items weren't the actual awards -- nobody really cares who won what --…   Read Story »
Jeremih's Snap!-interpolating illicit sex jam "Don't Tell 'Em" is significant for multiple reasons. For one thing, it's one of the Chicago R&B singer's biggest hits to date, ruling R&B radio, nearing…   Read Story »
Ty Dolla $ign's debut album Free TC is due later this year, and today he teased it with the free $ign Language mixtape. The Big Sean collab that opens the tape reminds me of one of Drake's more…   Read Story »
In a cover story for Billboard, reigning pop king Diplo shared a wealth of information about upcoming collaborations, his "perpetual motion machine" lifestyle, and his sponsorship deal with Uber.…   Read Story »
Whether busking, mailing out demo tapes, or uploading to MySpace or YouTube, conventional wisdom says you have less than one minute to catch the attention of music industry execs. Shawn Mendes did it…   Read Story »
Next month 2007 MTV Movie Award winner Michael Bay revives the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise and last week we heard the movie's theme "Shell Shocked," a rap song by Juicy J, Wiz Khalifa, and…   Read Story »