Migos score their first number 1 single on the Billboard 100 with "Bad and Boujee" f. Lil Uzi Vert
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Dj Khaled announces that his son, Ashad, will serve as the executive producer on his upcoming album, much to the internet's amusement
The YM Big Three teases their reunion in the studio, which ultimately goes on to spawn Nicki's new single "No Frauds" f. Drake & Lil Wayne
Lee O'Denat, the founder of WorldStarHipHop, passes away at the age of 43 with heart disease and obesity both contributing to the cause of death
The Atlanta Falcons suffer an embarrassing loss against the New England Patriots in a legendary Super Bowl match up for the victors and an infamous one for Atlanta
Chance The Rapper wins big at the Grammys, taking home 3 awards for his work on Coloring Book which is the first streaming-only project in Grammy history to be nominated for an award and win as well
East Atlanta rapper J.I.D. signs to J. Cole's Dreamville Records and releases his debut album merely weeks after the announcement
Get Out is lit, so make sure you go check it out for yourself before Twitter completely spoils it for you
Remy Ma disses NickiMinaj with "Shether" after numerous subs from the self proclaimed Queen of Rap, opening the debate on who is really the best female rapper
Chance The Rapper donates $1 million to Chicago Public Schools after his meeting with the governor of Illinois, Bruce Rauner, left him unsatisfied with what was being done for the education in his city
Future makes Billboard history with the back to back release of his latest two albums FUTURE and HNDRXX, becoming the first artist to release two consecutive albums that each debut at number 1 on the Billboard 200
Rock 'n' Roll pioneer Chuck Berry passes away at the age of 90 due to natural causes
On "Idols Become Rivals" from his latest album Rather You Than Me, Rick Ross blatantly calls out Birdman for screwing over his artists and producers for so long, coming to the defense of Dj Khaled and Lil Wayne
After posting this picture on Instagram, Kendrick Lamar returns with his first single of 2017, "The Heart Part 4;" the Compton legend delivers a hungry performance, allegedly subbing Big Sean and Drake while putting the game on standby for April 7.
Nicki Minaj and Drake both break Billboard records, becoming the female artist with the most Billboard 100 entries and the male artist with the most Billboard 100 entries respectively; Young Money is eating