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  • Cover of The Cash Money Timeline
    The story of two brothers who came from nothing, from a city far off the hip-hop radar, and built an empire. But they didn’t do it alone.
  • Cover of Cash Money Sued For $1 Million Over Jay Sean Album "All Or Nothing"
    Another day, another lawsuit directed towards Cash Money. This one's centered around Jay Sean, who has since parted ways with the label.
  • Cover of Lil Twist Reportedly Wanted For Role In Home Invasion & Robbery
    Lil Twist may be in some serious trouble following reports that he and four other men invaded and robbed the home of Kyle Massey, targeting his brother (and Nickelodeon star) Chris Massey.
  • Cover of Keyshia Cole Facing Lawsuit From Cash Money Employee She Assaulted
    The drama between Keyshia Cole and Cash Money employee Sabrina Mercadel continues. Although we thought it might be over when it was reported that Keyshia Cole would not be facing prosecution for her assault on Mercadel, now instead, Sabrina Mercadel is suing the singer.
  • Cover of Maino Shares Artwork, Tracklist & Release Date For "King Of Brooklyn 2"
    Since releasing part one of his King Of Brooklyn series this January, Maino's been hard at work prepping a follow-up, and now he's ready to share the details on KOB 2. The 11 track project, which will be sold on iTunes and other digital retailers, is set to arrive on November 25th.
  • Cover of Ariana Grande & Jessie J Re-Recording Brandy & Monica's "The Boy Is Mine"
    Brandy & Monica ruled the '90s, and their song "The Boy Is Mine" was a big part of that. Earlier this year when word came out that Iggy Azalea and Keyshia Cole were remaking "Mo Money Mo Problems," the backlash was high.
  • Cover of A Look At The Healthiest People In Hip-Hop
    Slinging crack rock, popping glocks, and smacking hoes is not the way to keep it gangsta. In the words of Stic.man of the hip-hop duo Dead Prez, "HEALTHY IS THE NEW GANGSTA." True happiness can be achieved through knowledge, proper nutrition, fitness, and meditation; not guns and drugs.
  • Cover of City Of Chicago Names Chance The Rapper "Outstanding Youth of the Year"
    Although Chance included the title in his rap name, and asked you to "please say" it in one of his best-loved tracks, "The Rapper" hasn't been the only occupation that the 21 year old MC has taken on since rising to fame with acclaimed mixtapes.
  • Cover of Photos: French Montana Celebrates His Birthday With Diddy, Khloe Kardashian, Kim Kardashian & More
    French Montana celebrated his 30th birthday yesterday alongside his Bad Boy boss Diddy and on-and-off again girlfriend Khloe Kardashian, as well as her family members and other close friends.
  • Cover of Common To Host Furniture Design Competition Series For Spike TV
    Common Sense has been known to stretch his résumé into a variety of fields outside of music, earning himself principal acting gigs on television and film, as well as doing a little bit of activism and modeling on the side. Com's latest endeavor, however, is outside the box even for him.
  • Cover of Underrated Audio: November 1- November 7
    Underrated Audio aims to provide you with some dope looks from the last seven days that flew under most peoples' radars. While they may have received front-page placement on HNHH, they didn't get as many views as they deserve, so we shine a little more light on them right here.
  • Cover of Review: Future's "Monster"
    Part of Future’s appeal lies in a musically indefinable existence. While both Pluto (and the 3D version) and Honest became somewhat of a set template for artists like Travi$ Scott, Future himself is a blend of the past, some not so distant.
  • Cover of Amber Rose Rumored To Be Dating French Montana's Brother
    Two of the biggest breakups in the hip-hop world this year have been French Montana and Khloe Kardashian breaking off their admittedly short relationship, and Wiz Khalifa and Amber Rose's much-publicized, threesome-related split.
  • Cover of Classic Rotation: Juvenile's "400 Degreez"
    Juvenile’s 400 Degreez was released in 1998, 16 years ago today. Solely produced by Mannie Fresh, it was Juvenile’s third studio album and first album released on a major label. 400 Degreez was the follow up to the NOLA artist’s previous 1997 release, Solja Rags.
  • Cover of Stream Cam'ron's "First Of The Month, Vol. 5" EP
    Like clockwork, a new EP from Cam'ron materializes on the first day of the month, even if it's a Sunday. Even more reliable than USPS, Killa Cam grants us the fifth installment of his First Of The Month series, which began in July of this year.
  • Cover of French Montana & Jeremih Announce "Set It Off" Tour
    French Montana revealed a tentative release date for Mac And Cheese 4 the other day. Now that the album is completed and awaiting sample clearances, he's announced a new tour alongside r'n'b singer Jeremih, for their "Set It Off" tour.
  • Cover of French Montana Announces Tentative Release Date For "Mac & Cheese 4"
    Since French Montana began dating a Kardashian earlier this year, he's been in the news so much for his personal life (the relationship, subsequent breakup, and then a divorce on top of all of that) that it's easy to forget that he's been hard at work prepping his next album.
  • Cover of Juvenile Signs With Cash Money Again
    Juvenile has returned to the label he once called home. The veteran Lousiana, New Orleans rapper first signed to Cash Money back in 1997, when he released his second album Solja Rags.
  • Cover of Keyshia Cole Won't Be Prosecuted For Attacking Cash Money Employee
    Keyshia Cole is avoiding prosecution for her recent attack on Cash Money employee Sabrina Mercadel, which took place at Birdman's penthouse apartment this past September.
  • Cover of Jay Sean Leaves Cash Money Records
    Jay Sean is no longer apart of the Cash Money roster. The British pop singer announced today that he has officially left the label.
  • Cover of Drake Celebrates His Birthday By Shmoney Dancing At Dave & Busters In NYC
    Drake had a big week. Not only did he get into a minor tiff with fellow Young Money signee Tyga, he also celebrated his 28th birthday, which -- like all things -- he did in the most Drake way possible.
  • Cover of Tyga Says He Doesn't "Get Along With" Drake & Nicki Minaj, Is "Trying To Go Independent" [Update: Drake Responds]
    Since Tyga went on a tweeting spree about his dissatisfaction with Young Money a few weeks ago, we haven't heard any updates about his label (or for that matter, album) status, but a new interview with VIBE may offer some clues.
  • Cover of First Week Sales For The Game's "Year Of The Wolf"
    Looks like The Game and Blood Money's Year of The Wolf album fared slightly better in the commercial arena than was originally predicted. Last week, it was projected to sell between 27,000-30,000 copies, and it's slightly exceeded that, moving "close to" 33,000 units to date.
  • Cover of PARTYNEXTDOOR Brings Out Drake For "PND Live" Tour Kickoff
    PARTYNEXTDOOR kicked off his "PND Live" tour with a bang tonight in Montreal, Canada, bringing out his OVO Sound label boss Drake for a live performance of "Recognize," the duo's acclaimed collaboration from PARTYNEXTDOOR 2. Instagrammers at the show were quick to upload videos of the performance to the web.
  • Cover of Bobby Shmurda Says He's Not Getting Paid From All His Shows [Update: Shmurda's Mom/Manager Speaks Out]
    Bobby Shmurda may be one of the rappers with the most buzz right now, but he's not making any money off that, or so he said in a now-deleted Instagram post last night. 
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