J. Cole Purges Instagram, Fuels “Album Mode” Hype

Last year, J. Cole emerged into the game an artist reborn, in a sense. From the jump, KOD felt spontaneous in its rollout, and ambitious in its scope. Even the album cover stood among the year’s most evocative, with a haunting depiction of himself as a benevolent ruler. Not only did his solo album stand among the year’s strongest records, landing our Album Of The Year award, but Cole proceeded to embark on a truly impeccable guest-verse campaign, blessing Royce Da 5’9″, Wale, 21 Savage, J.I.D., Rapsody, Moneybagg Yo, and more with stellar features. The brilliance prompted Cole to dip, at the very least, a single toe in his bag, which culminated in the form of the braggadocios “Album Of The Year” freestyle.  Continue reading

Birdman and Pee From Quality Control Take In A Saints Game Together

At this point, it is simply common knowledge that Birdman is the co-founder of Cash Money Records and has been a key figure in the music industry for a few decades now. One of the label’s that has established dominance over the last few years is Quality Control which hosts artists like Lil Yachty, Migos and Lil Baby. One of QC’s bosses, Pee, met with Birdman on Sunday, to take in a New Orleans Saints game, which is, of course, Birdman’s beloved team.  Continue reading

Drew Brees Wants To Play Another Season With The Saints

It was a heartbreaking scene for the New Orleans Saints when they lost to the Los Angeles Rams, 26-23 in overtime in the NFC Championship game on Sunday. Saints quarterback Drew Brees was looking to make it to his second Super Bowl, but just fell a little bit short after throwing an interception in the fifth quarter. After the game, Brees, who is 40 years old, spoke about what his goals are for the future. Continue reading