The deal reportedly worth $10 million.
Or maybe Keef dropped Interscope.
Fresh off a collab with UK tastemaker Bok Bok, the Australia-via-Zimbabwe rapper goes longform.
The track also features a chopped and looped Nina Simone sample.
Web bits in our peripheral vision today.
In this week's GEN F, a godly voice from East Detroit braces to ride her runaway hit.
Just a day after announcing a major-label deal, East Detroit's finest drops a full new tape. Even features Young Thug!
The Los Angeles-based singer swaps the original’s more experimental tendencies with some welcome pop immediacy.
It's believed that Glassland's closing may have something to do with their South 2nd and Kent neighbors, VICE.
Rick Rubin, Russell Simmons, Adam Horovitz, and more reflect on rap's best rags-to-riches tale.
Rich Homie Quan, Meek Mill, Trey Songz and Yo Gotti also step up for G.D.O.D. 2.
Mixtape Saturday: FADER contributor Meaghan Garvey rounds up last week's great mixtapes, including Matti Baybee, Doe B, Zuse, and King Deazel.
Download a posthumous collection of unreleased songs from Montgomery's Doe B, one of Alabama's strongest voices before he was murdered in December.
Kevin Gates shares a video for "Amnesia," featuring the late Doe B, from his great new tape By Any Means.
Doe B's Definition Of A Trapper 3 tape is still set for post-humous release, with "Turn Up" as its first look.
To honor the memory of Doe B, who was tragically murdered just before the new year, T.I. post-humously releases the world-weary "Why."
After three die in nightclub shooting, Grand Hustle boss says, "I will never let this hard man’s hard work go to waste."
Doe B—eye-patched, emotive Montgomery, Alabama rapper—drops a video for “Trap Muzik,” a Bolo and She’Kspere-produced track off this summer’s excellent Baby Jesus tape.