The A$AP Mob founder and hip-hop sage was remembered at a quiet service marked with a few distinctly Yams-ian details.
The rapper reiterated A$AP Ant's statement that Yams did not die of an overdose.
"That bitch gon' kill me, that'd be crazy."
Let Chilly Gonzales crack an egg of musical knowledge over your head.
First, Keith Ape remixed "Hot Nigga." Now he takes on OG Maco.
New York's gentrification narratives are more complex than middle class fear and fussiness.
Run The Jewels are really re-making their album with cat noises, and here are some clips to prove it.
The OVO Sound group drops off a new video.
Songs we love right now, and why they matter. In no particular order.
Kendrick Lamar hops on Jeezy's "Holy Ghost" as his latest album, "Seen It All," was just released.
This semester, a professor at Georgia Regents University will teach an English course inspired by Lamar's highly-praised good kid, m.a.a.d. city.
D'Angelo's Black Messiah reminds us that political music needs to ask questions
The verse is old, but the issue's as pertinent as ever.
"dumbest shit I've ever heard a black man say."
What a scoop.
"I stand for inspiring my city and [people] around the world."
Also, Seth Rogen.
The TDE President takes his turn on the mic.
Three-minute short film of Lamar's Compton hometown.
Maybe next time.
This crazy-eyed performance feels instantly iconic.
According to Twitter.