On Monday (Sept 27), Mustard dropped the updated list, revealing that while he still kept the requirement for looks, he removed the harsh f-bomb for rule No. 1. The 10 Summers Record founder shared the 2.0 edition of his studio policies in response to a number of comments he received regarding the harshness of the list's delivery over something so subjective and petty, the “ugly” rule, as well as the stated gym-hitting requirement.
The multi-platinum producer revealed via his Instagram Stories on Wednesday (December 30) how he's battling the virus.
Future & Meek Mill are hitting the road together with a few heavy hitters. The Legendary Nights tour features Megan Thee Stallion, YG and Mustard. Billboard reports the tour is set to kick off Aug. 28 in St. Louis. Other stops along the way include Chicago, Detroit, Indianapolis, Cleveland, Boston, Philadelphia, Washington D.C., Atlanta, the […]
DJ Mustard stops by the daytime show The Real to talks about his kids, 100-pound weight loss, getting health advice from Dr. Dre, and his new single “Want Her” featuring YG & Quavo. Check out the video clip above.
YG and DJ Mustard have reconciled their differences and are reuniting on a brand new mixtape cleverly titled 400 Summers.
DJ Mustard delivers us the perfect summertime jam titled "Don't Hurt Me" featuring Nicki Minaj and Chicago crooner Jeremih.
In-demand producer DJ Mustard has developed a highly recognizable sound, but he’s officially changing sonically in 2016.
After releasing their collaboration "Whole Lotta Lovin'," DJ Mustard and Travi$ Scott drop the music video.