The deal reportedly worth $10 million.
Plus he's been working with Francis Starlite of Francis and the Lights, J. Cole, Frank Ocean, Rick Rubin, Migos, and more.
Or maybe Keef dropped Interscope.
The year's most grimy and positive rap hit gets an appropriately major rework.
The track comes from their collaborative LP, PRhyme, out December 9th.
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.
A shadowy, windswept roller coaster ride through the Warp artist's quite remarkable brain.
A disco tune that isn’t bogged down by its referentiality.
Get familiar with this Franco-Finish duo before the release of Shake Shook Shaken on January 26.
The Smithsonian's new African American History Museum will feature two pieces of legendary producer J Dilla's equipment
Grab the full new tape from De La Soul, featuring production from the late-great J.Dilla.