DJ Khaled Brings Out French Montana, Chance the Rapper and More at 2017 iHeartRadio Music Festival [VIDEO]

DJ Khaled has friends in very high places. The celebrated rap mogul closed out day 2 the iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas on Saturday night (Sept. 23). Khaled’s set featured plenty surprise guest appearances, according to Billboard. Migos rapper Quavo was the first person Khaled brought out as he performed his verse from “I’m… Read More »

Happy Birthday, Jermaine Dupri!

Jesse Grant, Getty s Happy Birthday, JD! Jermaine Dupri, So So Def founder and legendary hip-hop/R&B producer turns 45 years old today (Sept. 23). JD looms large over the past 25 years popular music. From his early successes with Kris Kross and Xscape and So So Def Records, to his chart-topping success with megastars like… Read More »

Lil Yachty Drops Animated Virtual Reality Video for ‘Forever Young’ Featuring Diplo

Lil Yachty returns with an animated virtual reality experience for his song with Diplo, “Forever Young.” Always innovative, Yachty’s latest effort is available for viewing compatible VR-headsets and devices exclusively on VRTGO. Directed by Yung Jake, the video features a world characters, giving viewers a “colorful pop-up-book-like VR experience.” This latest drop comes about a… Read More »

20 Best R&B Albums of 1992

1992 was an amazing year for R&B. The year started with the debut album from the hottest new act in the game: a trio out Atlanta called TLC. T-Boz, Left Eye and Chilli were draped in baggy clothes, playfully raunchy lyrics and bigger-than-life personalities–and they showed that the influence hip-hop on R&B acts wasn’t limited… Read More »

‘South Park’ Spoofs Logic’s Suicide Prevention Song ‘1-800-273-8255’ [VIDEO]

Logic’s suicide prevention song “1-800-273-8255,” has become a breakout hit for the rapper and brought thousands calls to the hotline. But leave it to the folks at South Park to poke fun at this important song – albeit in a humorous way. In the clip above, Eric Cartman interrupts his fellow classmates’ “Distracted Driving Awareness”… Read More »

‘I’m Gonna Git You Sucka’ Star Bernie Casey Dead at 78

Michael Buckner, Getty s Veteran actor Bernie Casey, who co-starred in classic 80s comedies like I’m Gonna Git You Sucka and Revenge the Nerds, has died at age 78. TMZ reports that Case died “peacefully” in an L.A. hospital on Wednesday (Sept. 20), with family on-hand. Although it is mentioned that the star had been hospitalized, but his illness hasn’t been… Read More »