When rumours began to surface in 2014 that Drake would be dropping his fourth studio album, many were anticipating what to expect from the rapper who has the game on lock. A couple years later and the final outcome is Views, a journey through the seasons of Toronto.
”I’m the coldest white rapper in the game since the one with the bleached hair,” G-Eazy raps on Calm Down. Comparing himself to the legendary Eminem, the Bay area justifies his bold statement in his latest body of work When It’s Dark Out.
“There’s me, Pharrell and Kanye but I’m the only female artist since Missy Elliott to do something with adidas and I find that really cool,” says Rita Ora, smiling before taking a sip of her coffee. The singer and designer is sat overlooking a crowded Oxford Street on a gloomy Friday afternoon from the fifth floor of JD Sports’ flagship store.
From Chevy Chase in Maryland to the concrete jungle of New York City, it has been an arduous journey for hip hop head turned radio personality Peter Rosenberg. Best known as the host of Hot 97’s morning show, the man has seen and heard it all.
The man credited with the rebirth of an entire genre is back with his fourth studio album after an anxious wait spanning half a decade. Tearing up stages worldwide and not forgetting his roots in the process, Konnichiwa is the grime album we’ve been longing for.
The Weeknd is a persona that has been intricately and carefully developed to unleash total pop domination. Five years and what is his fifth body of artwork, Abel Tesfaye shows to the world why he deserves to be the icon of this generation.