Rick Ross and DJ Khaled share info. on Meek Mill's "Dreams Worth More Than Money" and MMG's upcoming compilation tape "Self Made, Vol. 4".
For most of 2015, MMG has been focused on promoting Wale's latest The Album About Nothing, which dropped yesterday (March 31). We'll be hearing plenty more on TAAN in the coming weeks, though, in an interview with REVOLT, Rick Ross assures us there are plenty more MMG projects coming our way this year.
In July 2011, at the age of 27, Amy Winehouse, whose drug and alcohol abuse was as well known as the lyrics to her top-selling albums, passed away and the cause was ruled as alcohol poisoning. A few months ago the cause of death was changed to “undetermined” as the coroner overseeing the autopsy was revealed to
Here's an unexpected collaboration: Childish Gambino, who hasn't released anything this year, will team with Summertime '06 rapper Vince Staples for a single off the soundtrack to the upcoming film "Creed."
The Game and Young Thug's beef was rekindled recently when Thug felt slighted by some subliminal jabs made by The Game and Charlamagne Tha God during a Breakfast Club interview. Thugger responded with an Instagram video, which led to a bit of IG back and forth with the two.
Hip hop/R&B is the most streamed genre on the planet, according to the New York Times. The genre comprises 17 percent of all industry album sales but 26 percent of streams, due in large part to hip hop's young audience.
Toronto's Director X is now one of the most successful music video directors around. He's directed multiple Drake videos, as well as recent videos for T.I., Iggy Azalea, and Wiz Khalifa. His latest vid is Kendrick Lamar's "King Kunta", and its some of his best work yet.
Ever since Lil Boosie's surprise return on March 5th, we've seen a big influx of Boosie-related content to the site, whether it be news about Boosie, new tracks or a video of his first freestyle in the car ride home from jail. Today, we keep that content coming with another Boosie interview.
J. Cole is currently bringing his album, 2014 Forest Hills Drive, to different cities across the country, hosting listening sessions. If that weren't enough, he's personally inviting fans to listen to his album at his childhood home in North Carolina.
Have you ever scrolled through Instagram and instantly burst into uncontrollable laughter? Raised your eyebrow? Scratched your head? Instantly smiled? Thought, "Damn. That's dope."? Stared at your phone? Did an instant repost? HNHH is sure you've answered yes to at least one of those questions.
Rap producer Shawty Redd can now put his legal troubles behind him. MTV News learned exclusively from Redd's attorney Ashutosh Joshi on Thursday (November 3) that the Atlanta hitmaker has been found not guilty of murder, as well as lesser charges he was hit with after the fatal 2010 New Year's Day shooting of Damon Martin.
Yung Berg, also known as Hitmaka (although that name hasn't really taken off it seems), is in a bit of hot water with the cops after apparently attacking his girlfriend.
After letting us hear "Wool" with Vince Staples last night, and "Grief" the other week, Earl Sweatshirt returns with his new album I Don't Like Shit, I Don't Go Outside, to stream in full via Spotify.
Much has been said about Kendrick Lamar's "Control" verse, and while many have shared their responses, there are a few rappers we'd still like to hear from-- Nas being one of them. Miss Info was able to get a hold of the rapper, and get his thoughts on Kendrick's verse, his claim of being "King Of New York," and restoring the competitive nature in hip hop.
DJ Paul Explains Three 6 Mafia Reunion Is Happening Without Juicy J, Under New Group Name | 13,159 Views
There have been rumors about a Three 6 Mafia reunion for some time now, and the biggest question many people have is whether or not it'll be the full group. DJ Paul has confirmed today that Three 6 Mafia will indeed reunite as a group, however, under a new name: Da Mafia 6ix.
Some were skeptical when Tyler, the Creator launched his Golf Media app in April with a monthly subscription rate of $5. But the swashbuckling rapper has delivered, providing a steady stream of interviews, BTS shenanigans, radio shows, and even a real-life "Golf Book" magazine.
Here goes another album stream, following up ones from Future (Dirty Sprite 2), Joell Ortiz and !llmind (Human) and Eric Bellinger (Cuffing Season). This stream comes courtesy of Staten Island MC Your Old Droog.
In case there were any lingering doubts about Safaree Samuels and Nicki Minaj's highly publicized break-up, well, there won't be any more.
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!”
ASAP Rocky turns 27 today, and to celebrate the occasion, we're testing the knowledge of his fans. Have you been following Rocky since the Live.Love.ASAP days?
Mac Miller is suddenly on a roll. After finishing his album last week, he announced that the project will be called Good A.M. and he will release it on September 18. Now he's saying on Twitter that he's dropping new shit at midnight.
Last night, the "Drake Vs. Lil Wayne" tour concluded in Houston, with the pair of star rappers ending their summer-long, Street Fighter-inspired battle in a tie. After announcing that he and his YMCMB mentor had come up even at the end of the several-months-long tour, Drizzy gave fans who missed out on these dates a little bit of hope in the form of hinting at a "Drake Vs. Lil Wayne" round two.
Lady Gaga Says She's "A Big Fan" Of Chief Keef, Keef Responds [Update: More Keef & Gaga Interaction On Twitter] | 142,486 Views
Chief Keef has had dialogues with pop stars before--you may remember his short-lived "beef" with Katy Perry earlier this year--but his exchange with Lady Gaga last night following her AMA interview was a much more positive, though no less hilarious encounter.
The rap industry moves quick, and September was no exception. We saw the hip hop culture bleed into New York's Fashion Week, most notably when Kanye West debuted some new music at his Yeezy Season 2 show. We also got surprise releases by the likes of T.I., Drake and Future, and long-awaited releases by Travis $cott, Young Thug, and Mac Miller.
Yesterday, it seemed that The Game and Stitches' drawn-out beef had finally come to an end when Stitches was sucker-punched by a member of Game's entourage outside of a club in Miami. Footage of the incident was posted on Instagram, and Stitches was subsequently arrested, later turning his Instagram to "private," and seemingly putting the battle to rest.
While we're waiting for OG Maco's debut album, Children of the Rage, the Quality Control signee has decided to drop an impromptu EP, 10 Moons 2. Maco not only raps, sings and barks on 10 Moons 2, but he also produces most of the EP's tracks under the name Maco Mattox.
After 2006's Killa Season, Cam'ron output was intermittent at best, but over the last year or so, Cam has caught his second wind. Part of this can surely be attributed to the peak in Dipset nostalgia over the last little while, with Cam's pink fur photo becoming an iconic and profitable image.
As if "Trap Queen" currently sitting at #3 on the Hot 100 isn't enough, Fetty Wap's status as one of the biggest breakout stories of 2015 was cemented yesterday when Drake released a remix of his song "My Way." In the midst of becoming the first artist since Makonnen to get that coveted Drizzy remix treatment, the Remy Boy sat down with The Fader to explain how this whole thing came about.
Statik Selektah has blessed us with an extensive preview of his upcoming Extended Play album, which is slated to drop on June 18th. The project features guest appearances from Joey Bada$$, Action Bronson, Raekwon, Sean Price, Hit-Boy, Prodigy, Mac Miller, Styles P, Freddie Gibbs, Bun B, Joell Ortiz, Talib Kweli and several others.
On paper, stone cold gangster Freddie Gibbs and alt-hop producer Madlib have little in common. But after releasing several highly enjoyable EPs beginning in 2011, it quickly became apparent that the duo were capable of vibing off one another.
Pusha T has been in the game for quite some time, and he's basically had two lives as a rapper; first with his brother (No) Malice as part of the highly rated yet underground duo Clipse, and then, in present day, a second spurt as a solo artist under the G.O.O.D. Music umbrella.