As reported by HipHopWired, Chief Keef has been letting loose in Paris. He left earlier this week to work on new music with Kanye West and Young Chop in the French capital. The young Chicagoan rapper has been documenting his trip on Instagram, and the photos aren't your typical tourist shots.
This morning, Jay-Z surprised the world with a new song, "Open Letter," where he addresses a lot of current subject matter, including the recent attention he and his wife Beyonce have been getting for their trip to Cuba, as well as the fact that he's selling his percentage of the Brooklyn Nets.As Hov lets off steam abo
We've gone through our stats for the top 100 most popular searches on Hot New Hip Hop, and narrowed it down to ten artists. Songs, album titles, and creative spellings of rappers names were all taken into consideration when compiling the final results.
XXL's Freshmen list always sparks debates and conversation about the MCs chosen, and those who weren't chosen. This year the list seems pretty well-recieved, however people were still questioning the choice of Logic, as well as the honorary Freshman Chief Keef.
Chief Keef is currently serving a two month sentence in juvenile detention for violating his parole. Since taken into custody, he has seen even more legal trouble, including a lawsuit for a missed concert appearance, as well as a claim of unpaid child support from a middle school student.
Rappers have seen their fair share of Twitter account hacks over the years, but today we're reporting on a very strange hack, this time of a popular fast food chain. Burger King's official Twitter account appears to have been hacked by a Chief Keef-loving rap fan.Today, Burger King's Twitter account has been sending
The plight of rappers unable to escape the lure of
the streets, and those that succumb to the pitfalls of celebrity, is an issue
that spans generations of music, from Tupac, to James Brown, back on through to
Chuck Berry. Chief Keef has emerged on
Detroit is a city that has never stopped making great music,
and currently the D has a talented crop of rappers coming out, but
unfortunately they are not getting huge shine except from the true heads. The poster child for non-mainstream Detroit
Chief Keef's court appearance yesterday proved that there is a big difference between Keef, the rapper famous for his violence-glorifying street anthems "I Don't Like" and "Love Sosa", and Keith Cozart, the 17-year old Chicago native who operates under this moniker.The larger-than-life persona Cozar