Nas just dropped the epic track listing for his highly anticipated 13th album, “King’s Disease II.” Take a look!
Drake just issued a stern warning to anyone who dares to release music on August 6, the same day his album “Certified Lover Boy” drops!
Fans are rejoicing…Nas has just announced he is releasing the second installment to his Grammy-Award-winning album “King’s Disease.”
Tupac and Nas were almost involved in a bloody showdown in New york, but thankfully the two rap legends managed to squash their beef. Read more about it!
Listen to the three emcees come together for a completed version of the 28-year-old demo recording.
The “If I Ruled the World (Imagine That)” and “Street Dreams” music videos are getting a hi-res HD upgrade.
Three of the GOATs are featured on the same record together for the first time.
“This is a full-circle moment for me.”
Following a delay due to COVID-19, the NYC-set institution is ready to officially begin construction.
The cross-platform anniversary programming is set to run from 2021-2023.
The veteran music business executive reflects on one of Hip Hop’s greatest lyrical clashes.
The internet is wondering if DJ Khaled and Hit-Boy are teasing something special.
The Wu-Tang spitter shouts out Kendrick Lamar, J. Cole, Drake, Lil Baby, Bobby Shmurda, and other rap stars.
Nas, JAY-Z and DJ Khaled debut their latest collaboration.
Two of the greatest rappers to ever touch the mic out of, Jay-Z, Nas, we’re driving a new video with DJ Khaled this Friday.
The rap legends recently had a Zoom call with Ray McGuire who has a plan to turn New York City into a hub for creatives.
God’s Son continues to reap the benefits of backing start-ups early.
Watch the controversial visuals for “Hate Me Now” featuring Puff Daddy.
Derrick Milano is one of the hottest writers in the music business. The Tri-State native sits with AllHipHop to talk about his Grammy wins, his favorite song he’s written, working with Pop Smoke, an epic studio session with Nas and Hit-Boy, and making his debut as an artist.
AllHipHop interviews Lincoln Stephens about the new grant to support Black Excellence and demonstrates how words from a parent lay the foundation for the NSNS Society mindset.