Birdman's supergroup established Rich Homie Quan and Young Thug as pioneers and defined the sound of half a decade of rap.
On this installment of the remix report card, Gucci Mane jumps on “Gucci Gang,” Will Smith remixes his son’s breakthrough hit, and someone else sampled Three 6 Mafia.
Gucci Mane escorts us into a cold winter with a highly unnecessary Jake Paul remix, Cardi B's "Bodak Yellow" gets a reboot, and Lil Yachty hops on Creek Boyz "With My Team" in this installment of the Remix Report Card.
On the heels of their hit album 'Pyromania,' plagued by setbacks, the band set out to make an album with seven hit singles—and succeeded.
Plus, Gucci Mane runs the remix circuit and Young Thug cosigns Sahbabii in this edition of the Remix Report Card.
The Chicago producer's 1997 album 'Accept Your Own & Be Yourself (The Black Album)' isn't on streaming services, but it's a window into his
A recent re-release of 'Lost Somewhere Between The Earth And My Home' gives the semi-forgotten 1995 critical darling a new sheen.
The 1997 album was one of the most wired and willfully perverse major label debuts of its time, but it remains out of reach on streaming services
It's the sound of three of pop's biggest innovators—Aaliyah, Timbaland, and Missy Elliott—bringing funk forward, but you can't stream it online.