Live Nation cites "multiple incidents" for Jeremih's removal from the bill.
Jeremih has been dropped from the Summer's Over tour with PARTYNEXTDOOR, according to a Live Nation statement to Pitchfork.
A new song from Lil Wayne has been previewed by Mannie Fresh on the DaTakeover podcast, and it seems it may come from Tha Carter V sessions. Mannie, who worked with Wayne throughout his early Cash Money releases up until the first Carter, played 2 minutes and 30 seconds of a song called "Start This Shit Off Right" on the show. The song is produced by Fresh and features his vocals.
Gucci Mane proposed to his longtime girlfriend at an Atlanta Hawks game last week, and the happy couple have already set a date for their wedding.
DeJ Loaf has announced debut album Liberated. The project's title was revealed in an interview with The Fader, in which DeJ revealed some of the collaborators she'll be working with to create a "bigger" sound for her first official album.
J. Cole seriously stirred the pot of hip-hop this week, and one by one, rappers have been responding. In Cole's new track "Everybody Dies," the North Carolina rapper took existential shots at the class of "Lil" rappers. Most assume he meant either Lil Yachty, Lil Uzi Vert, or both.
After a few years of relative silence from Trina, the Miami rapper steps back into the spotlight with her new EP Dynasty 6. With no features, the Florida MC holds down the project with her only her own provocative bars. Speaking to VIBE, this is what Trina had to say about her exciting new release:
Lil Yachty has apparently grown used to the hate, and in a recent run-in with the folks at TMZ, the young rapper made it clear that Shia LaBeouf's disses don't affect him negatively at all. Apparently, Lil Yachty thinks Shia LaBeouf's rap efforts are a bit of a joke, and that the "Even Stevens" star should "stick to acting."
Only several hours after dropping "Groundhog Day," Wale's response to J. Cole's second verse on "False Prophets," the D.C. rapper tweeted a video of himself and Jermaine hanging out at a basketball game.
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In the age of social media, all it takes to get involved in a beef is a decent internet connection and some daring fingers, and as a result, things can get complicated very quickly.
While it was reported that Kanye West had returned home from the hospital last week, sources now claim that the rapper is living at a rental property separated from Kim Kardashian and his two children. According to Us Weekly, Kanye is receiving outpatient care in a separate space to his family for the time being.
J. Cole's Eyez documentary went live on Tidal Friday, featuring two new videos for songs that had the internet talking. The two clips for "False Prophets (Be Like This)" and "Everybody Dies" have now made their way online separate from the doc. You can watch both clips below (via Pitchfork).
Lil Yachty was one of many speculated targets in J. Cole's two new songs "Everybody Dies" and "False Prophets," and he's already being asked about it. Unsurprisingly, he doesn't seem to care all too much about Cole's bars, tough he's not even sure they were intended for him.
21 Savage has been pretty vocal about his appreciation for Kylie Jenner over the last few weeks, and last night, her boyfriend Tyga decided to check the Atlanta rapper on his comments, leading to a back-and-forth between the two.Tyga first fired shots on Instagram, before teasing a diss track to 21's "No Heart," where he mocked the rapper's gifted Ferrari from Drake. After shar
Kanye West returned home from an 8-day hospital visit earlier this week, but reports continue to surface concerning the reasons for his "nervous breakdown." TMZ now points to "sources connected with the family" who claim Kanye had been steady on medication, but had recently deviated from the prescribed dosage, which could have contributed to his eventual hospitalization.The re
It looks like Tyga is moving on from the IG disses, and taking his feelings to wax. Late Friday night, footage surfaced online of what appears t be a new diss record from Tyga going in over 21 Savage’s “No Heart” instrumental by Metro Boomin.
Jeremih was all over the news yesterday after fans & reports surfaced online that he had put out a stunt-double to perform his show in Houston Thursday night, and now not even 24 hours later he’s back calling out OVO crooner & fellow touring partner PARTYNEXTDOOR on stage.
Well that didn’t take long to respond. Just hours after Tyga sent a little shade to 21 Savage for his recent “savagery” for going at his girlfriend Kylie Jenner, the ATL rapper has responded with the perfect caption.
It seems like Tyga is finally tired of taking shit from 21 Savage. After the Atlanta rapper repeatedly stated he's down to smash Tyga's GF Kylie Jenner, Tyga has inevitably taken to Instagram to make sure the world knows he's in the driver's seat. Posting a photo of him and Kylie in his fly ass ride, Tyga wrote the following caption: "Selling records being you, but still you want to be me."
Everyone made some excellent suggestions on which songs would lead to an ass-whupping if their parents ever found the listening to it (now or in the past), and we’ve put them together in one playlist for your enjoyment.
Drake and French Montana have been good homies for a few years now, and today we get a look into their bromantic escapades. Reported via Instagram, French Montanta and Drake follow a strict code called the 10 Snipe Commandments, and French has had this code of ethics enshrined for his house. Here's what French had to say about it: "These are the 10 snipe commandments.
On the music front, it was quiet for much of this week, and instead of looking ahead, it felt like everybody was looking back on all the great music that has dropped this year, especially as the year-end lists have begun to surface. That all changed yesterday, though, with news that J. Cole would be dropping his first album in two years.
Saturday Night Live announced that Chance the Rapper will be the musical guest on December 17th, show's final broadcast of 2016.
Dropping the news via Twitter, Lil Wayne has revealed to the masses that his beloved skateboarding instructor Adam Ziegler AKA Adam Z has passed away. Here's what Weezy tweeted on the subject: "Rest in peace to my brother Adam Z...life is too short bro but real brotherhood is forever. U taught me that."
Rap fans are currently going crazy over J. Cole's new song and video, "False Prophets," which was part of his "Eyez" documentary that premiered on Tidal last night. The song comes with the smooth and clever lyricism that Cole is loved for, but more importantly, it focuses on a rap hero experiencing a fall from grace. The lyrics seem to point to one emcee in particular: Kanye West.
Are Gucci Mane and Keyshia Ka'oir already married?
It's been a rough year for 45-year-old comedian Katt Williams, whose been involved in too many cases to keep track of. He has just stood trial for a number of charges stemming from an incident when he and two acquaintances allegedly held and assaulted his bodyguard.
Christmas has come early for J Cole fans. His next album 4 Your Eyez Only is slated to arrive on December 9th.
The Los Angeles-based Top Dawg Entertainment label is one of the strongest imprints in the game right now. In addition to the consistently fuego music they put out, they’re releasing a new collection of TDE-branded clothing. Just in time for the hip hop head in your life (including yourself), the collection includes embroidered bombers, t-shirts, hoodies and corduroy caps.
Not everyone was so happy with the epic day J. Cole has been having. Taking his frustrations to Twitter, Heems of now-defunct Das Racist had harsh words for J. Cole after what he perceived to be an unfair criticism of Kanye West on Jermaine's new track "False Prophets." Here's what Heems had to say: "J Cole coming at Kanye over a recycled Joey Badass beat?
Last night, J. Cole brought "real bars" back in style with a new track aimed at Kanye West, "False Prophets," which was included in his new Tidal documentary in support of his upcoming album. It seems that Cole's lyrical showmanship has inspired the return of the God emcee: Shia LaBeouf.