With hundreds of R&B radio-ready tunes that surfaced throughout the year, there was a select few that found their way to the top of the charts -- survival of the fittest doesn't just exist with people.
In 2012, rappers made great attempts to avoid making the stereotypical booty videos and create astounding visuals that offer more than just a cursory glance. Some offered a compelling story line like J. Cole’s 'Crooked Smile' and Kendrick Lamar's 'Poetic Justice.' Others opted for movie inspired treatments like Iggy Azalea’s 'Change Your Life' clip.
R&B didn't disappoint this year. Justin Timberlake returned from a seven-year hiatus to deliver a satisfying mix of soulful tunes and dance floor-ready songs, Ciara put out her best record to date and Janelle Monae electrified listeners with her dazzling sounds. Wi...
Though we’re still Red October-less, 2013 has been a pretty eventful year in the sneaker world. From the Ronnie Fieg X Asics, released in June, to the Reebok Kamikaze II — also released this past summer — there’s been a bevy of different styles, looks and choices that appeal to the hardcore sneaker lover and the person who’s just getting into the sneaker game.
An old adage goes that you shouldn't judge a book by its cover. Yeah, that's fine and all, but let's be real: We all do it. That's especially true when it comes to music. The artwork associated with a mixtape or album (or single for that matter) can make or break certain projects.