You may not know her name, but you're already a fan.
According to actual Africans, who are using Twitter to challenge stereotypes about the continent.
Listen to "Cut With The Cake Knife," a track meant for the second S.S. album that never was.
"The video brings a new meaning to the song."
Hint: Working On Excellence
"Long story short. Fame change things."
In his Obey Your Thirst documentary, Drake opens up about the city that made him great, and the spirit of competition that motivates him to keep pushing forward.
The best untidy styles, as seen at last night's release party for Ego Death.
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“The New International Sound Pt. II.” blurs the line between fighting and dancing.
Plus, stream a stray new collab with GENER8ION.
Hear the new track.
M.I.A. is back!
The London record company is marking its 25th anniversary with the history-spanning set 'Pay Close Attention.'
Clocking in at at just under two minutes, "Gold" is a brief but high-octane burst of horns, political idealism and Sage The Gemini references.
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M.I.A tweeted a link to her new video blocked by her label on copyright grounds.
Her vision of feminism is, as you might expect, a little different than B's -- I woke up like this, I went to bed like this, we do everything just like this -- but nonetheless, she insists that this tough flip is for the women, and of course Beyoncé.
The Year In Hair featuring Rihanna, Beyonce, Miley Cyrus, Nicki Minaj, Grimes, Oprah, Ciara, Lil Mama, Amanda Bynes, FKA Twigs, HAIM, Ariana Grande, Le1f, M.I.A., Michelle Obama, and Sky Ferreira