Revisiting Champagne's Long-lasting Relationship With Hip-Hop

In the mid-1990s, hip-hop became a huge force in mainstream media and pop culture. The genre was quickly transforming the culture— simply dropping one line mentioning a brand over a tight beat, followed by a music video could mean a surge or a dip in sales for a company. It’s no secret that hip-hop depicts […]

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Offset Backlash Echoed By Starrah: "Rappers Gotta Chill With Homophobia"

Earlier today, Offset was provoked into delivering a lengthy response to allegations homophobia that were levied against him by many social media users. After he said that he doesn’t “vibe with queers” in the lyrics to his new YFN Lucci collaboration, “Boss Life,” the Migos rapper has caught a ton flack from many hip-hop listeners around […]

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Camila Cabello Gives Theatrical Performance Of "Havana" On "The Ellen Show"

Camila Cabello’s self-titled album debut has seen major success in 100 countries as it landed at number one on the iTunes global charts. Her 10-track project only boasted one feature from Young Thug on the very popular single “Havana.” RELATED: Listen To Camila Cabello’s “Inside Out,” With Contributions From Starrah, T-Minus & Frank Dukes The 20-year-old […]

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Photographer Accuses Aziz Ansari Of Sexual Assault

Aziz Ansari is now facing sexual assault allegations from a Brooklyn-based photographer who recently came forward with an account a date with Ansari in which she asserts that she was violated. RELATED: Marvel’s Stan Lee Accused Of Sexual Harassment By In-Home Nurses Known only as “Grace” to protect her identity, the 23-year old woman detailed the […]

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R&B’s Softer Side Is Having a Quiet Resurgence

In October 2016, Carl Chery, head artist curation for Apple Music, went on Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 radio show to premiere a record for the first time. He had selected Daniel Caesar’s “Get You,” a st R&B ballad with Kali Uchis, but Chery was nervous that the record wouldn’t connect in the modern R&B climate. […]

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Taylor Swift Strikes All the Right Notes in Her ‘End Game’ Video

As far as music-video formats go, the easiest is likely A Night on the Town. The story pretty much shoots itself: Just put the star at the center elated gatherings youthful dancers and clubgoers, and fill in the transitions with personal closeups, stunning urban skylines, and rides in cars so fine they seem like sculpted […]

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