Nearly 20 unreleased J Dilla instrumentals will be the focus of Motor City, a collection of the late producer's work curated and sequenced by his mother, Maureen "Ma Dukes" Yancey.
The compilation serves as both a tribute to Dilla's native Detroit as well as "letter" from Ma Dukes to her son; accordingly, the CD and vinyl copies of
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His tune won him a Grammy in 1962 and was made even more famous by Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass.
Fresh off announcing his new LP All-Amerikkkan Bada$$, Joey Bada$$ has dropped the new video for "Land of the Free."
In the powerful, political video, Bada$$ and a group of African-American men in
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He has called on Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner to fund schools "without caveats or ultimatums."
Chance the Rapper announced on Monday that he will donate $1 million to the Chicago Public Schools Foundation "for arts and enrichment programming." The announcement came at a press conference held at Westcott Elementary School in the Grammy-winning rapper's native South Side neighborhood of West Chatham,
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Sean Lennon unveiled a new track called "Bird Song," which was co-written by the late Carrie Fisher. Lennon recorded the song with Willow Smith following the actress' death.
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