Complex recently compiled a list of music writers and critics (I use the word "writer" loosely as in this day in age of blogging, the "writing" seems to have gone the way of Twitter's character limits) on Twitter, and why you should be following them. All of those suggested are listed in alphabetical order so
Uh oh. UPDATE: Looks like Ca$his and Stat Quo were also included in the song. Check it out here.
While Shyne ranted about wanting off Def Jam, Ghostface took to Twitter to announce the release date for his next album. The Apollo Kids, December 14th! Shouts to nation on the heads up.
Last night Chuck Inglish took to Twitter to let the fans know that they have officially been released from their (now former) label, Chocolate Industries, giving them the chance to make and release music "without the bs". Hopefully this means When Fish Ride Bicycles will see the light of day much sooner than later.
As fans continue to follow him on Twitter, Neighborhood Nip continues to leak new music. This time the Slauson representative rocks over Wiz Khalifa and Spitta's This Plane The Planes (for the people SO fucking concerned about a song title). DOWNLOAD: Nipsey Hu$$le - The Planes Freestyle | Mediafire
According to 50 Cent -- who told his followers on Twitter -- Lloyd Banks will have a star studded line up for Hunger For More 2; which is scheduled for a November 23rd release. And the list goes as followed: himself, Eminem, Kanye West, Pusha T, Ryan Leslie, Fabolous, Swizz Beatz, Raekwon, Tony Yayo, Chris
Mr. West took to his Twitter account to release a few more details about his upcoming Watch the Thrown project with Jay-Z. Stating that they will be rhyming over Pete Rock, Q-Tip and Madlib production.
After trying to fool his followers on Twitter about a possible "beef" with Lloyd Banks (OK, he got me too. Check the rest of the post to see the full rant.), 50 Cent and Eminem approach Lloyd Banks about him not wanting Em to be on his album.
Earlier today, Kweli took to Twitter to announce that he was finishing up his next album. A title, he says was taken from the Catcher in the Rye. Production line-up is on point. UPDATE: Bringing this back to the top as Talib goes more in detail about the album's title w/ XXL. “I read The
Great fucking news. Hopefully it's (much) sooner than later. The first go 'round is a classic. PREVIOUS: Carlos Santana – Back In Black f. Nas
During a G-Unit sit down with MTV, Curtis speaks on the reasoning behind his rants on Twitter. You know what's interesting? I look at that platform as another place to express yourself in a different way, to entertain. Not necessarily to create a perception of your actual character, but to be entertaining. When other people