2018 Hip-Hop and R&B Album Releases

There has been a number of sensational releases already this year, including Migos' Culture II and J.Cole's unexpected arrival of his K.O.D album. New musical trends have emerged, while industry giants are setting impressive standards, on and off the mic. Still, 2018 is continuing to surprise us with hot new hip-hop and R&B. With approaching projects across every month of the calendar, Vibestyle Blog have taken this opportunity to provide you with a list of anticipated albums up until the unknown - call it a Hip-Hop and R&B guide from us!

J. Cole KOD Album Review

Released on Friday, J. Coles unexpected album, KOD makes a significant impact on the hip-hop game. Read our review on the album to learn more about what makes the album so effective.

Young Thug Hear No Evil Review

Young Thug recently launched his latest EP, 'Hear No Evil'. Consisting of a slender three tracks, the EP boasts impressive features, including Nicki Minaj and 2016's XXL freshmen cyphers, Lil Uzi Vert and 21 Savage...

Streetwear Preview: YEEZY 500 Blush

With one day until the official worldwide release, we are looking forward to getting our hands on the upcoming Adidas YEEZY 500 Desert Rat "Blush". In the light of our hype, Vibestyle have taken this opportunity to preview the newest colour-way of the 500's...

Eric Bellinger – Eazy Calls Album Review

The west-coast's very own, Eric Bellinger returns, having finally released his latest studio album, Eazy Calls. The album comes after Bellinger's diss track, 'Yikes', which is aimed at Tory Lanez, in response to the insult aimed towards himself on Tory's track, 'Hate to Say'. Eazy Calls was promo-ed at the end of the diss track, promoting the release date of the 6th.

Wireless 2018 Lineup Released – Does it live up to last year’s?

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By Eugene, Bijan and Med in Music


Yes, it’s that time of year again – Wireless Festival have released their official lineup. 2018 is looking exciting with headliners, J. Cole (Friday), Stormzy (Saturday), and DJ Khaled (Sunday)!

The festival will commence on the 6th, 7th, and 8th of July 2018, which seems like light-years away, though the wait will be well worth it.

The lineup looks very much healthy, full of musicians who dominate the official charts, from streaming charts to radio charts. Understandably, mainstream music isn’t for everybody (trust me, we know), the fleet of artists also includes musicians that you still probably haven’t heard of, therefore offering you something new and refreshing.

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