Nine artists including T-Pain, Demi Lovato and Charlie Puth have granted Google permission to use their singing voices for the new tool, Dream Track.
In 2016, a rift between hitmakers showed the limits of rap's tolerance for rule-breakers. As Mark Anthony Neal explains, "authentic" Black masculinity has always been a moving target in hip-hop.
Artificial intelligence technology can now create new songs that sound like they're the work of real artists, which introduces creative possibilities — and raises legal and ethical questions.
This year's performers included J. Cole, Drake, Usher, Burna Boy, City Girls, Ari Lennox, Summer Walker, JID and many more.
The duo trades threats and out-of-pocket disses of virtually everyone they've ever encountered on a new album. It's ugly, but it mostly works as a more targeted, focused version of Drake's whole deal.
The magazine's publisher is suing the two Grammy award-winning artists for releasing a parody Vogue issue to promote their new album.
Condé Nast, the publisher of Vogue, is seeking at least $4 million in damages over the rappers' fake Vogue cover.
Rappers Drake and 21 Savage, who are releasing a joint album Friday, posted a spoof of the segment to their social media accounts, and the Internet has largely mistaken it for the real thing.
Atlanta-based hip-hop artist Killer Mike joined a roster of other musicians calling out the Grammy Awards after his duo, Run the Jewels, did not receive a nomination for their album Run the Jewels 4, despite it receiving critical acclaim earlier in the year.
There aren't many African-American males who play lead roles in superhero or Sci-Fi films. Earlier this year, we got a taste of representation in "Black...