Odd Future Will Open For Eminem At Wembley Stadium
Earlier in the month, it was announced that Eminem would be making hip hop history by becoming the very first rapper to headline Wembley stadium. Not only that, when tickets went on sale last week, Em managed to sell out the gigantic venue almost immediately, resulting in a second date being added. The opening act for the momentous occasion has now been announced, and it happens to be none other than Tyler, The Creator and his Odd Future cohorts.
Eminem Plans To Release Spike Lee-Directed "Headlights" Video On Mother's Day
Eminem's been making some big announcements as of late, including founding his own rap battle league and becoming the first rapper to headline London's Wembley Stadium.
Eminem Will Be The First Rapper To Headline Wembley Stadium
Eminem holds a few titles as a rapper, one of which being the best-selling hip hop artist of all time (not to mention the second-best selling male artist of all time, only bested by... Garth Brooks?). The Detroit emcee is about to conquer yet another feat, as he will be headlining Wembley Stadium on July 11th, making him the very first rap artist to do so.
Joe Budden To Battle Hollow Da Don For "Eminem Presents: Total Slaughter"
Joe Budden's battle with Hollow Da Don has been on the table for a while now, but the new trailer for "Eminem Presents: Total Slaughter" has officially confirmed it. Budden and Hollow will be the headlining match, but we will also see Loaded Lux and Murda Mook face off during the event.
Eminem & OutKast To Headline Austin City Limits Festival
Eminem teased us recently about a big Texas-related announcement coming on 4/22, and as we hypothesized, the announcement is that the rapper will be headlining this year's Austin City Limits festival. Alongside Em, OutKast will be headlining as well-- if you're located in Austin, that in and of itself sounds like something not to miss out on.
20 Dope Hip-Hop Songs Made For Film
On paper, recording a song for a film soundtrack is considered the ultimate form of selling out. The music itself is literally used as promotional material for a larger product. Music money is big, but movie money is on another level (ask Ludacris, who hasn't released an album since "Fast Five"). That being said, let's remove the negative stigma generally associated with the term "selling out" and call soundtrack inclusions what they really are: a honing in on a given artist's particular skill set to create something universally appealing to an established fan base.
Eminem Teases Upcoming Announcement For Texas
Eminem may be headlining a stadium tour with Rihanna, but it looks as though he's got something else big cooking, although we won't find out what until tomorrow. Em isn't so big on his socials, but he took to his Instagram account to post a photo of himself on a horse in cowboy mode, with the caption, "Texas - "Square Dance" with me! Announcement coming 4/22."
Stay Sober: Rappers Who Don't Smoke Or Drink
Drugs are everywhere in hip-hop. Whether they're mentioned on the radio, seen in music videos, or smuggled into concerts, drugs are pretty much unavoidable in the genre. Weed, lean, pills, coke, booze, shrooms, you name it, dope's not to hard to find. Many rappers, like Juicy J or Lil Wayne, have made it clear in their music that they love getting fucked up. Despite the popularity of drugs in hip-hop culture, not every rapper partakes in popping mollys or getting fried.
Eminem & Rihanna Set To Perform At 2014 MTV Movie Awards
Before Eminem and Rihanna embark on their three city-tour in August, they will have a little practice come this Sunday. MTV announced today that Eminem and Rihanna will be performing at this year’s MTV Movie Awards.
50 Cent Thanks Eminem For Giving Him A Shot, Describes Him As One Of His Favorite People
In case you hadn't noticed, it's been a slow news day, folks. As such, we thought we'd bring this moment of homage to light, given Ferrari F's recent departure from Aftermath Entertainment and Interscope / Shady Records.
Spike Lee Rumored To Direct Eminem's Next Music Video
If "Headlights," the memorable track where Shady shocking had some some less than horrible things to say about his dear mother, was on of your favorite cuts off of The Marshall Mathers LP 2, then you're in luck: "Headlights" is the next Eminem track to get the music video treatment and there's some strong speculation alleging that Spike Lee will be sitting in the Director's chair.
20 Funny Hip-Hop Videos For April Fools'
Here's to the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels. The troublemakers. The round pegs in the square holes. The ones who don't believe every hip-hop video has to be about models sitting on the hood of a rented car. The idiots who believe you cannot fill a three and a half minute run time with close-ups of your friends mean-mugging and call it a day.
Eminem Recalls Wanting To Diss Kanye West & Lil Wayne On Record
On "Talkin' 2 Myself" from Recovery, Eminem spoke of a time when he almost took aim at Lil Wayne and Kanye West on record. Speaking to Big Boy in an interview with Power 106, Em went into more detail about those feelings at the time.
Lollapalooza Announces Line-Up, Eminem & OutKast To Headline
Last week it was rumored that Eminem would be the Lollapalooza headliner. The annual Chicago festival has officially announced their line-up today, and lo and behold, Eminem is a headliner, alongside, unsurprisingly, OutKast.
How Hip-Hop Has Permeated Pop Culture
Emerging from the ghettos of New York City, specifically the Bronx, in the '70's, Hip-Hop became the voice for a people who had been ignored for too long. It echoed the conditions African- Americans were living in - and still are, to an extent - and their daily struggles. Acts like Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five laid down the roots for what would become, slowly, the genre that permeated global society; Hip-Hop, over time, became the method that people of all religions, cultures, socio-economic classes could speak through. Hip-Hop became a voice for the ignored.
50 Cent Thinks Eminem Is Underrated, "More Hood Than So Many People Out There"
50 Cent recently sat down with Noisey to talk about his upcoming album, Animal Ambition, as well as his frequent collaborator, Eminem. Despite his massive success, 50 described Em as "underrated", which he said was due to his race. "Em is really underrated because people have always been talking about him like, "The WHITE rapper Eminem" instead of just "the rapper."
Eminem & Rihanna Announce "The Monster" Tour Dates, "MMLP2" Goes Double Platinum
Eminem and Rihanna have announced the dates for their upcoming "The Monster" tour, named after their hit single from the former's new album The Marshall Mathers LP 2, which is now certified double platinum, having passed the two million mark with 13 thousand copies sold this week.
Eminem Rumored To Headline Lollapalooza 2014
While the official lineup for Chicago's 2014 Lollapalooza music festival is yet to be announced, industry sources have revealed what are claimed to be the "confirmed" headliners of the festival. While the names seem right, OutKast (who if you haven't noticed have made a point to headline EVERY festival in existence this year) are nowhere to be found. It is possible that their name will simply appear further down the list ('additional headliners' are mentioned).
5 Hip-Hop Tours That Are Worth The Ticket Price
Lets be real, most of us can't even afford to buy CDs at retail value. At least that's what we tell ourselves as we pirate just about every record we can get our hands on. That being said, there are some things in life that just aren't accessible for free on the internet no matter how badly we want them to be. One of those things is food. Another is live performances. "Bullshit! 50 is streaming his SXSW performance for free on March 11th," you might say. Well, first off, stop being a smart ass. Second, while it's true you might be able to "see" Mr.
Cinematic: 10 Rappers With Films About Their Lives
Over the years many rappers have ventured into acting and usually watching them act on the big screen is excruciating or downright funny. But sometimes there are rare gems where that rapper surprises you and goes beyond expectations to show off a stellar performance. Through the years plenty of rappers have taken to the screen in an effort to chronicle their lives, a big noteworthy tour, a moment or a behind-the-scenes look into their real lives.