A new app aims to completely change the way artist Market their music to get hit records.
Sacramento, California is the first city in the United States to test digital license plates. Things could get interesting.
The Black Eyed Peas have teamed with a tech company to offer fans a new digital token.
The RIAA just released some interesting facts about CD and vinyl sales in 2017.
Rap superstar latest to use Paintscaping's powerful tool.
Michael Ford has combined his love of hip-hop and architecture, and now he's going to be teaching it to students.
A business professor from the University of Maryland explains how "Black Panther" is inspiring young African American girls.
More than an app, Mulaah is a well designed, personalized mobile system that allows smartphone users to customize their device, including themes, apps, icons, and games.
A new app called Spotlite wants to harness the power of students, and where to find the next big thing in music.
It goes down in the DM... For Twitter engineers.
Check out this huge infographic detailing Elon musk's vision for the future of mankind.
Music industry executive Brian Garrett of Future Star Music Group checks in with CollegeHipHop.com to shed light on the streaming business.
The National Black MBA Association – Austin Chapter announces the 2nd Annual HBCU Battle of the Brains competition.
Apple's App store is doing some amazing things. Check out this video.
Nas has invested in a new company that is revolutionizing public assistance.
The DJ will provide unprecedented insight into dance music in his first ever online class on MasterClass.com
The world's top scientists, and mathematicians were honored in a Swanky ceremony in San Francisco.
The world's coolest cars were on display at the Dubai Motor Show. Take a look at what's coming in 2017.
Steve Stoute has a new company called UnitedMasters, which aims to take on the traditional music industry business model.
New dating app Bumble is taking an interesting approach to marketing their app. Check this out.
Nipsey Hussle is putting up his cash and investing in a new form of money.
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GZA Checks Anyone Who Thinks "Dark Matter' Will Be A "Nerdy" Album
Are you addicted to social media? You're not alone, and it's by design.
If you are scared of artificial intelligence, and its ramifications, you'll be terrified of artificial muscles.
Google is has created some new technology, which allows fans to visualize music in a completely new way.
SoundCloud has been popular with users and successful in terms of its cultural contribution, but it has never been good with money.
Listen to the story of how this young 18-year-old student named Thomas Brag got into the entrepreneurial pilot program at Draper University and met one of the greatest entrepreneurs of all time.
Producer Dougie gives an exclusive rundown of how he made each of the records he produced for Meek Mill.
High school students across the globe will no longer have access to Facebook's Snapchat-like clone dubbed, Lifestage. The app was recently pulled from app stores and will no stop targeting teens only a year after its release to the public.
The new Hyperloop looks like the coolest way to travel...
In the video, he donned full prison attire, including an orange jumpsuit, flip flops and fake handcuffs.
A 23-year-old hacker from the U.K. named, Marcus Hutchins who is responsible for stopping a global cyber attack.
Is Bitcoin really as stable as it appears to be? The currency took a hit this week...
In addition to making rappers step up their game, Drake is putting the pressure on rock artists too. John Mayer was forced to step up his own production after witnessing a Drake show first hand.
Nipsey's new business venture would have never even come to fruition, had it not been for a chance meeting in Starbucks...