Hip-Hop Is the Hottest Music of the Streaming Era. Is It Now Cooling Down? – The Wall Street Journal

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If you want to know about the state of hip-hop and R&B this year, just look at

Drake and Beyoncé. They are two of the biggest superstars of the genre, yet their latest albums were more focused on dance grooves than rhymes.
Meanwhile, the tragic deaths of some of rap’s most promising young acts like Juice WRLD, Pop Smoke and XXXTentacion have left a gaping creative hole.
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