With over nine years experience in the publishing and entertainment industry, Georgette Cline, a graduate of New York University, has written for the pages of VIBE, Complex, GIANT, TRACE, XXL, Black Beat, Right On! and Rap-Up magazines, as well as digital outlets such as AOL Music’s TheBoomBox.com, the Associated Press, Vibe.com and Rap-Up.com. From 2007 to 2009, Georgette held the Senior Editor role at renowned urban teen magazines Black Beat and Right On!. She was also a Senior Editor with Rap-Up magazine and Rap-Up.com -- a site featuring interviews and news coverage on pop culture’s brightest stars -- from 2006 to 2011. She moved on to the Deputy Editor role for AOL Music site TheBoomBox.com -- a destination for interviews and news centered around hip-hop and R&B. Georgette currently leads Townsquare Media's hip-hop and R&B site TheDrop.fm, where the focus is on providing readers with an entertaining and informative view of both genres through exclusive video and editorial content. Besides her work as an editor and writer, she was an Internet radio host with the “Rotten Apple Chicks,” an on-camera entertainment show featured weekly on AListRadio.net. In 2009, she launched a personal project called LuxLadies.com, a website dedicated to inspiring and prolific women. Georgette has also served as a music and pop culture expert on television, appearing on MTV News and The Insider speaking on artists like Beyonce, Chris Brown, Drake and Wale. Her editorial work can be read at georgettecline.com.
See Drake’s ‘Nothing Was the Same’ Album Cover with Crazy Hairstyles
When Drake debuted his evolution from childhood to manhood in an illustration on the Kadir Nelson-designed cover of his third album, 'Nothing Was the Same,' one of the most noticeably detailed aspects of the image is the hairstyles.
R. Kelly Debuts Sexual, Sweet Track ‘Cookie’ [Song Premiere]
R. Kelly cuts to the chase on his new, sexually-charged track 'Cookie,' which will appear on his forthcoming album, 'Black Panties.' TheDrop.fm and The BoomBox have the exclusive first listen of the song.
Jay Z Talks Growth, Competitive Spirit and New York Connection in ‘The Truth’
Jay Z's name shows up on many rap fans' Top 5 Dead or Alive lists and for good reason. The Brooklyn native is an ever-evolving force, businessman and hip-hop storyteller. In a sit-down with Rap Radar's Elliott Wilson for 'The Truth' video series, Hov shares many thoughts on …
Katy Perry Apologizes to Chief Keef for ‘Hate Bein’ Sober’ Snub
Chief Keef revealed he would release a Katy Perry diss track due to the pop star's disdain for his intoxicated anthem, 'Hate Bein' Sober,' but he may want to reconsider since she's issued an apology.
Paris Hilton Signs to Cash Money Records
Birdman has signed some new talent to his Cash Money roster and she fits the YMCMB mantra. Paris Hilton joins the lauded label, which will deliver her second album to the masses.
Kat Dahlia Brings the Heat With ‘Fireman’
After releasing 'Gangsta,' Kat Dahlia returns with 'Fireman,' a scorching new track produced by Cinematic.
Miguel and Fan Kiss and Make Up After Drop Kick at 2013 Billboard Music Awards
After attempting a long jump and kicking a fan during his Billboard Music Awards performance of 'Adorn' last night (May 19), Miguel attempted to do some good considering the situation.
Lil Wayne’s Mountain Dew Endorsement Severed by PepsiCo
Lil Wayne's own words have hurt him today. PepsiCo, the parent company of Mountain Dew, has severed ties with the popular rapper after he made a vulgar reference to civil rights icon Emmett Till in a remix to Future's song, 'Karate Chop.'
Eminem Tour Dates Revealed, New Album Arriving Soon
If money isn't a major issue, then hop on a flight to witness Eminem grace the stage overseas this summer. The lauded rapper is set to perform a handful of dates in countries like Belgium and France. Thanks to Aftermath, Slim Shady fans can plan ahead to see him rap through tracks like 'Gu…
Too $hort Arrested, Runs From Police
Haven't rappers learned anything from each other when it comes to the police? Countless times stories are reported about unfavorable run-ins between hip-hop and the law. Sometimes the cops are wrong, other times, the culprit is the artist. This time it's Too $hort.