Travis Scott and J Balvin's "signature meals" have been great PR, dwarfing the news that McDonald's is facing two major racial discrimination lawsuits.
The Grammy-winning producer has worked with the biggest rap heavyweights, and he's been smoked up throughout.
Artists like Nicki Minaj have been skeptical about how album-merch bundles manipulate the charts. Now, Billboard is changing the rules.
"Do you feel like I empower you to own your identity and sexuality as a mom?"
It's been a few days but one element from Travis Scott and Kylie Jenner's daughter Stormi's birthday party is still haunting me.
The rapper's performance of "Stop Trying to Be God" and "No Bystanders"—with James Blake and Earth, Wind & Fire—follows a fiery spot at the Super Bowl last week.
He mashed up "Sweet Victory" and "Sicko Mode" in a viral tweet last fall.
The single precedes Blake's fourth album, 'Assume Form,' out tomorrow.
Scott and the NFL will donate $500,000 to Van Jones's Dream Corps, but the rapper's decision to perform has drawn criticism from public figures who insist that artists should boycott the league.
You've got Dev Hynes on three different albums, c'mon! Plus all the guest features hidden on Mac Miller's 'Swimming' or A$AP's 'Testing'.