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  • Cover of ASAP Rocky Sued For Allegedly Slapping Female Fan
    Last year, it was reported that A$AP Rocky had been charged with assault, stemming from an incident at that year's Made In America festival where he allegedly slapped a female fan.
  • Cover of Stream Gucci Mane, Peewee Longway & Young Dolph's "Felix Brothers" Album
    Gucci Mane will serve time in jail until 2016, but since he was officially sentenced, we've seen his output increase rather than decrease.
  • Cover of Clear Channel's "On The Verge" Strategy Helped Iggy Azalea's "Fancy" Top Charts
    Clear Channel Communications is a mass media company that owns over 800 radio stations in the United States, so when they push a song, it gets heard.
  • Cover of Kanye West To Headline Philadelphia's Made In America Festival [Update: Kanye & Iggy Azalea Added To L.A. Lineup]
    Jay Z and Budweiser's Made In America festival continues to expand with each year, and this summer is proving to be the biggest yet, with the festival taking over not just Philadelphia but Los Angeles too. The move to L.A.
  • Cover of Tupac Broadway Musical "Holler If You Hear Me" To End After Just Six Weeks
    The Broadway musical loosely based off Tupac's life will be short-lived. "Holler If You Hear Me", which was inspired by the late Pac, hit Broadway this past June, but reports now say that musical will come to end after just six weeks of performances, with the last show on Sunday.
  • Cover of Mike WiLL Made It Announces New Mixtape "Ransom"
    Mike WiLL Made It is still prepping his debut album, but to hold fans over until that arrives, he's announced a new mixtape effort titled Ransom.
  • Cover of Eminem, Dr. Dre, Odd Future & Danny Brown Take Over Wembley Stadium
    This weekend Eminem made history by becoming the very first rapper to headline Wembley stadium. In fact, he performed two sold out dates in a row at the 90,000-capacity venue, and he made sure to bring some friends along for the ride.
  • Cover of Stream Young Thug's "1017 Thug 2"
    Gucci Mane promised us a Brick Squad-heavy July, and though he's been known to be unreliable at times, he and his crew have delivered thus far. Following GuWop's Trap House 4, which dropped last week, here's a stream of Young Thug's 1017 Thug 2, which officially drops tomorrow.
  • Cover of Meek Mill Helps Philadelphia Fire Victims
    On July 8th, Meek Mill stopped by the scene of a fire that killed four children in Southwest Philadelphia, responding to a tweet by Philadelphia radio station Hot 107.9 requesting assistance from the general public. Meek responded by tweeting that he would help.
  • Cover of Jay Z & The Roots To Perform At Global Citizen Festival
    This year's Global Citizen Festival has announced a pretty strong line-up, consisting of headliners Jay Z and The Roots, as well as Tiesto and No Doubt, there seems to be a little something for everybody.
  • Cover of Angie Martinez Reportedly Earning Double At Power 105.1 Compared To Hot 97
    Angie Martinez's move from Hot 97 to station rival Power 105.1 was a bold move that came under fire from many of the radio personality's biggest fans. Now, her motives have been made all the more clear. 
  • Cover of 50 Cent Takes More Shots At Diddy In Instagram Video
    50 Cent has taken a few opportunities to send shade Diddy's way over the last year, most recently calling him a "sucker" in a GQ interview. The rapper is not through with Puff, it seems, as a new Instagram video uploaded to his account finds him mocking his brand of Vodka, Ciroc, before addressing Diddy directly.
  • Cover of Prince Threw A Massive Subtweet At Lil Mo After She Shaded Him On Instagram
    Lil Mo did not have a great time at the Essence festival yesterday. Despite possessing a VIP pass, the singer had trouble making it to the bathroom backstage, being stopped by police while Prince was making his entrance.
  • Cover of Big K.R.I.T. Reveals That "Cadillactica" Will Have Beats From Jim Jonsin, DJ Dahi And Terrace Martin
    Big K.R.I.T. recently rocked the crowd at Seattle radio station KUBE 93's Summer Jam, but before doing so, he sat down with the station's DJ Hyphen to chop it up about his upcoming album, Cadillactica. Somewhat surprisingly, K.R.I.T.
  • Cover of Busta Rhymes Broke The Windshield Of A Tour Bus The First Time He Heard Eminem
    If any rapper was going to shatter a windshield by banging their head, it would be Busta Rhymes. The "Break Your Neck" MC is clearly a fan of the violent head bang, and in a hilarious new interview, he reveals that the dance move once decimated the entire windshield on Wyclef Jean's tour bus.
  • Cover of The 1017 Brick Squad Timeline
    Ah, Gucci Mane. One of the most controversial figures in Atlanta hip-hop, his extracurricular activities and legal struggles often overshadow his actual music, especially when he's wylin' out on Twitter for the whole world to see.
  • Cover of Young Thug Announces New Single With Mike WiLL Made it, Shares Artwork
    Two of the biggest names in Atlanta's trap scene are about to team for a big single. Very soon, Young Thug and Mike WiLL Made It will unveil their collaborative track "Take A Picture," and today they've unveiled the artwork. Check it out in the gallery above.
  • Cover of DJ Khaled Unveils "We The Best Sound" Headphone Line
    Dr. Dre has proved that headphones are a more-than-worthy investment, and others in the industry have taken notice. 50 Cent has pursued a partnership with SMS Audio, and now DJ Khaled has announced a new line of cans.
  • Cover of 11 Hip-Hop/R&B Stars Made Forbes' List Of The 100 "Most Powerful Celebrities"
    Today, Forbes Magazine released their annual list of the 100 "World's Most Powerful Celebrities," and eleven stars in the Hip-Hop/R&B worlds were included. Four made the top ten, and the other seven were also all in the top 50.
  • Cover of Public Enemy, Yasiin Bey And Erykah Badu Celebrate 25th Anniversary Of "Do The Right Thing" With Spike Lee
    Monday (June 30th) marks the 25th anniversary of Spike Lee's 1989 film "Do The Right Thing," and so the director held a block party in Brooklyn's Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood today to celebrate.
  • Cover of Soul Legend Bobby Womack Passes Away At 70
    Legendary soul singer Bobby Womack died Friday at the age of 70. According to TMZ, Womack passed away in his sleep, but the cause of death is currently unknown. He has overcome cancer in the past but it's not known yet if his death was related to his past health conditions or not.
  • Cover of Daylyt Signs To Shady Records [Update: Label Source Says It's Not True]
    Daylyt has seemingly appeared at the top of the game from out of nowhere. After making his television debut last week on the Shady Films reality series "Road to Total Slaughter," the battle rapper turned heads on Ab-Soul’s These Days… with an extended verse hidd
  • Cover of Samples Of The Week: June 26
    When hip-hop began, samples were all that DJs and producers had to construct instrumental tracks with. They'd dig through crates of vinyl trying to find isolated drum breaks, melodies or vocals that they could repurpose for use in hip-hop music.
  • Cover of Review: RiFF RAFF's "NEON iCON"
    Today marks the culmination of the strangest rap career genesis this country’s ever seen, one that has included an MTV reality show, a hip-hop trio name Three Loco, OG Ron C, a Harmony Korine film, a slew of investigative articles and perhaps most importantly, about as much hate as the internet can muster.
  • Cover of Bow Wow Changes His Rap Name
    Bow Wow progressed from his youth as a rapper named Lil Bow Wow, and as he continues to grow up he's decided on another name change, although this one is more drastic than simply dropping the "lil." 
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