Top 5 Songs Of The Week “On-Repeat”

Easy to sample and easy to get hooked on, we've got this week's Top 5 tracks that we have On-Repeat. The new one from Marina Diamandis is finally out, as the popular vocalist comes back with another collaboration with Clean Bandit and this time adds Luis Fonsi for the track "Baby". The track is on the upcoming "Deluxe" edition of What is Love? by Clean Bandit that comes out November 30, 2018. King Princess may be currently on tour in Australia but the singer/songwriter from New York is still working material for a debut album. In the

Governors Ball 2016: Who To See

This weekend marks the 6th annual Governors Ball held on Randall’s Island, New York City. Beginning on June 3rd, the festival offers 3 days of music in every genre from hip-hop to rock. 2016’s iteration of eclectic acts features The Strokes, Beck, The Killers, Kanye West, and Death Cab For Cutie. There will be a fine array of food, a stellar and easy atmosphere with the party ongoing. MTV will be sponsoring a Governor’s Ball After Dark including Eagles of Death Metal, and Miguel playing venues close by the festival. As we take a long look at the weekend ahead

Top 10 Hip-Hop Albums of the Year

As the end of 2015 quickly approaches, it's hard to believe that an entire year has already passed and we are back to making our best of lists.  This year was full of some huge albums like To Pimp a Butterfly and If You're Reading This It's Too Late, as well as some major surprises, such as the release of the long awaited follow up album for the living legend himself, Dr.Dre. Just like any best of list, it seems impossible to make this list big enough for all the great albums that were released this year, but somehow we condensed

On- Radar: Who is Vince Staples?

Over the past few years, the name Vince Staples has been sparking a lot of buzz among the Hip-Hop  industry and blogs.  The California native first emerged onto people's radar when he appeared on "Epar" in 2010, which is featured on  Earl Sweatshirts debut album Earl. The hostile and vulgar lyrics mixed with a solid flow  gave listeners just enough to want to hear more.  Since then the two have simultaneously been rising to stardom on separate paths, but never straying too far apart as the two can be heard on a collaborative track on Earl's new album I Don't Like