Drake's "Wu-Tang Forever" has made a considerable impact since it's release, mainly with members of the Clan themselves. We've heard from a few of the members concerning their thoughts on the track, with U-God and Ghostface supporting it, and Inspectah Deck disapproving.
VH1 is working on what sounds like it'll be huge documentary about the culture of hip-hop, as told by Steve Stoute in his 2012 book "The Tanning of America:How Hip-Hop Created a Culture That Rewrote the Rules of the New Economy." VH1 has teamed up with Billy Corben, the director of "Cocaine Cowboys," to create a four-p
Rhymesayers rap duo Atmosphere are celebrating the ten years since they released their critically acclaimed album, Seven's Travels, by re-issuing the LP in vinyl. The album originally dropped in 2003 and hasn't been available on vinyl for seven years.
Do you think that LeBron James is better than Michael Jordan was, or can eventually be better than Jordan? Think about your stance for a second, now decide if you would stab someone if they disagreed.This is what happened at a bar in Baden Pa., as two men got in a heated sports argument.
Drake has a steady stream of Wu-Tang Clan references on his new album, Nothing Was The Same, and he's taking things to next level by getting the Wu on the remix to his "Wu-Tang Forever" tribute. U-God is one of the Wu affiliates who will appear on the remix, and recently spoke to MTV about it.
With four league MVPs, four NBA Finals appearances, two straight titles along with two Finals MVPs, LeBron James is the consensus "best player on the planet." Not satisfied with just being the greatest currently, LeBron has opened up about striving to be the greatest to ever play the game.
Drake shook up the internet as per usual when his track "Wu-Tang Forever" leaked. The record, which you'll receive with the pre-order of Nothing Was The Same, is produced by Noah '40' Shebib and samples Wu's "It's Yourz."
The 2013 Hall Of Fame ceremony is this weekend, so Fox Sports had Julius “Dr. J.” Erving on to talk about some of the greatest players of all-time, and the current greats. Among the best in the game today, Dr. J names LeBron James and Derrick Rose.
Following the earlier release of their debut project Indigoism this year The Underachievers are back with a solid new mixtape, The Lords of Flatbush reasserting their undeniable spot in the Beast Coast movement.
After dropping last December, T.I.'s Trouble Man: Heavy Is The Head album has been certified gold, selling 500K copies to date. The album was lead by the Lil Wayne-assisted lead single "Ball", and the moderately successful "Hello", which features Cee-Lo Green.
2012’s Don’t Be S.A.F.E. flew under the radar for the hip-hop masses. Aside from smash hits “Female$ Welcomed” and “All Gold Everything”, nobody quite knew the true identity of Trinidad James. Many eyebrows were raised when James inked a deal with Def Jam worth $2 million.
Game has been teasing his Operation Kill Everything mixtape for some time now. With no forseeable release date for the project, it was hard to guage when we'd be seeing it. In a recent interview, Game has clarified that it will be coming sooner than we expect, and his subsequent 6th album is also in the works.
Eve will be continuing to support her new album, Lip Lock, by taking it on the road. She's announced a small U.S. tour, kicking off at Lollapalooza in Chicago and wrapping up in Aspen, Colorada.
See the tour dates below.
For now, rap releases have slowed down, but new ones are on the way. The month of June promises to be one full of album drops-- which all fall under a few different dates. The biggest date by far, is, of course, June 18th.
Is the NBA Lottery fixed? Well there are certainly many cases to make that suggest that David Stern and Company have played a hand in determining where the lottery balls fall, most recently the New Orleans Hornets (now Pelicans) grabbing the first overall pick after the league had vetoed their trade sending Chris Pau
Throughout Welcome to Forever Robert Bryson Hall II reflects upon the last year of his career. The opening title track recalls when Logic met Nas for the first time in the line, “Shook his hand then he started quoting my lines? God damn this is real life!”