Ebro Darden, world editorial head of hip-hop and R&B at Apple Music, will host a companion “Rap Life” section throughout his every day Beats 1 present and there may also be a weekly present known as “Rap Life” which can function music from the playlist and cultural discussions round hip-hop, in accordance to Billboard.
The playlist’s description:
Rap is not only a style. There’s a cause it is generally merely known as The Culture: It’s a lifestyle. And this playlist—previously often known as The A-List: Hip-Hop—is the place rap lives, breathes, and strikes. Topped immediately by J.Cole and the Dreamville crew’s “Under the Sun,” off their Revenge of the Dreamers III album, Rap Life is dwelling to hip-hop’s heavy hitters and vanguard—the celebrities and the songs that talk to the second and outline the tradition immediately. Check again early and sometimes, as our editors replace this playlist frequently. If you hear one thing you want, add it to your library.
Apple Music has been a number one streaming platform for hip-hop because it launched in 2015, reportedly topping Spotify in engagement for main releases akin to Drake’s latest initiatives “Scorpion” and “More Life.”