Chance for president? That’s a fitting cover headline, don’t you agree? Cover boy Chano is back yet again, this time gracing the front cover of Ebony’s June #BlackMusicIssue. Yep, another one. Fresh off his first platinum plaque and #1 track, he’s getting yet another high profile look. This time with no hat. Ha!
Be sure to pick this one up on newsstands soon. We’ll link to the full article once it’s available.
This week, I imagine that a lot of us spent some time thinking about Soundgarden’s “Black Hole Sun,” a vivid and surreal little piece of work that imprinted itself deeply in many of our heads. Once upon a time, that thing would be on every time you came home from school and flipped … More »
A while back, Chano announced that his favorite song from Francis and the Lights’ Farewell, Starlite! album was “May I Have This Dance.” Today he upped the ante by jumping on the official remix, which just hit streaming sites moments ago. It’s a love thing, and you can feel it in his melodic verse. Well done.
Stream it below.
Update: NOW WITH VIDEO, which you can now watch below.
Chance The Rapper, the best Chicagoan, regularly hosts Open-Mike Nights in Chicago. Only high school students get to come, and they get to develop their own skills, with Chance and sometimes with more famous guests looking on. Two years ago, Kanye West and Vic Mensa performed at one of Chance’s nights. And last night, … More »
Chance The Rapper and his brother Taylor Bennett are one of hundreds of acts who hit the stage at the Firefly Music Festival in Dover, Delaware from June 15th-18th. Chance is a headlining act, alongside artists like Bob Dylan, The Weeknd, Muse, and 21 Pilots. His brother Taylor, who is still an upcoming artist, is nestled in among a group of acts and veterans that includes artists like T-Pain, Chill Moody, DJ Jazzy Jeff, Sir the Baptist, Tory Lanez, Busta Rhymes, Lil Dicky, and Wale. General admission tickets start at $289, while the super-VIP packages are going for $2,500.
Carol City, Florida rapper Denzel Curry is releasing his breakthrough album Imperial on vinyl for the first time. Although Imperial is Denzel Curry’s third album, he believes it is his finest work to date, thus warranting the re-release. “I was going through a dark time,” Denzel Curry said of making the album. “The whole theme of that tape is just being honest – exposing myself before anybody else does, talking about my past, talking about where I’m heading to.” Click here to order.
Kendrick Lamar and Reebok released a series of videos earlier today (January 27th), as part of a promotion for the brand’s new Club C sneaker. The four-part piece was directed by Nabil, and each video showcases Kendrick explaining why the Club C resonates with him as an artist. Take a look at all four videos below: