Lil Yachty pretty much claimed to write the City Girls' smash hit, "Act Up" in its entirety. In an interview with Kerwin Frost, the Teenage Emotions rapper set the record straight about how much he contribut... Read Article
Bronx rapper and new mother, Remy Ma mistakenly stated "We don't have The Source anymore." on her show "State of The Culture."
This article is an extended version of a feature originally published in The Source Magazine "Power 30" Issue #274 KICKS. GAME. PROPER. The Hottest Releases From the Holiday 2018 Season That ... Read Article
The Source’s owner and publisher, L. Londell McMillan visited The Breakfast Club to congratulate them, promote the issue and drop science on who in the business is working to truly support artists.
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This article is an extended version of a feature originally published in The Source Magazine "Power 30" Issue #274 "POWER PLAYS" On-Trend Swag For Him & Her Creative: Keenan Higgins Ph... Read Article
MUSIC FRIDAYS | The Source Magazine New Cover, J. Cole Drops New Single, Casanova 2x Thinks He’s Nigerian
It's cold across the country, but Hip-Hop is definitely heating up. Nothing is hotter in the game right now than Quality Control Music, which covers the POWER30 Issue of The Source Magazine. The mag is now av... Read Article
Exclusive: Quality Control Music, Migos, Lil’ Yachty, Lil’ Baby & City Girls Crown The Source POWER30 Cover
Each year, The Source is charged with the controvertible tasks planning and reporting on the most powerful moguls and generals in Hip-Hop culture. This list expands beyond the artists and creative side of the... Read Article
Each year, The Source magazine reviews the top movers and shakers of Hip-Hop culture, and curates our POWER 30 list. Will those who made it last year, keep their place or will a whole new year of POWER PLAYERS shock the world.
Words by Sonya Davie This article was originally published in The Source "Power 30" Issue #273 PAIN & HIP-HOP Addressing Mental Wellness in Today’s Hip-Hop Culture For decades, Hip-Hop artists hav... Read Article
The most POWERFUL issue in Hip-Hop is here and to close out 2017, The Source Magazine reveals one of our covers with Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine, the dynamic duo who have achieved greatness over the past year and ... Read Article
Armed with lessons learned from the process surrounding his lukewarmly-received debut album, Finally Famous, Big Sean embarked on album journey #2 during the summer of 2013. Having successfully placed his s... Read Article
The Source’s 18th Annual Power 30 issue was released earlier this year in September, and naturally, the debates have been ongoing ever since. From industry power players to radio DJs and personalities to ... Read Article