Jay Z’s latest move saw a few roadblocks, but now it looks like he is poised to change the game in a big way. Get the details here…
Jack White’s record label would like to remind you—again—that “Your Turntable’s Not Dead.”
Jay Electronica is one song closer to his overdue Act II: Patent of Nobility (The Turn), an album he first promised back in 2008.
Jay Z has a long list of hits but his 2004 “99 Problems” is the most commonly referenced—at least for The New York Post.
A nasty paternity fight may be brewing after a man from New Jersey has claimed to be Jay Z’s son.
Schilling was never a Yankee, so maybe we can’t go too hard on Hov.
No, but really, this is stacked.
A Beyoncé and Jay Z collaborative album could come as early as this year.
Why? Because he’s old.
Jay Z just doesn’t want that person to be a man.