Jermaine ponders on how he plans to reign supreme on the next issue of Billboard magazine. Issue occupies newsstands tomorrow. hhnm
As Macklemore and Ryan Lewis continue to dominate the charts, the Seattle duo make their Billboard cover debut. Hi haters. Cop The Heist here.
Although Cudi’s no longer with Kanye, it’s still all good. His third solo LP, Indicud has landed this week at #2 on Billboard after moving 136,000 in it’s first week. That’s one giant leap for the man on the moon.
Following his discussion on his Ecko partnership, independency and more, Joey is joined by his Pro Era clique and treats The Juice with a cipha and a “School High” performance.
In typical peculiar fashion, Prince’s mug takes the cover of the latest issue of Billboard. The artist will also perform and receive the “Icon Award” during the Billboard Music Awards on May 19. hhnm
T.I. puts up his dukes on the cover of this week’s Billboard. If you’re looking for trouble, the album arrives on
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Playing with fire could get you in hot water. But for Alicia Keys, it puts her on the cover of Billboard‘s next issue. Pretty hot and tempting. hhnm
Guess who’s back. Billboard released their annual “Maximum Exposure” issue this week and under the R&B/Hip-Hop sidebar, the Double R was selected as the only domain that counts out here. You want to be in the public? Screw ya budget. It’s just us!
The Olympians aren’t the only ones breaking records. With 2 Chainz’ “No Lie” landing this week at #1 on the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop charts, Drake’s assistance earned him a total of 10 #1s passing Jay-Z’s 9. Drake is also the current record holder for most #1s on Billboard’s Rap charts. In February, “Make Me Proud” earned him his 11th passing Puff. How’s that for a new Drake record?