Lil Wayne's "Gone Til November" book release has spurred many news items, not only from memoir excerpts, but from brand new interviews the New Orleans native has been conducting in an effort to promote the book.
Following Beanie Sigel's lengthy explanation of his problems with Meek Mill in an interview with Taxstone, The Game has chimed in on Instagram. Though it's not clear if it's a direct reaction to Beanie's interview, The Game decided to throw up a pict
Yesterday, Kid Cudi aired out frustrations with the music industry while on twitter. It's not the first time Cudder has voiced his distaste for industry politics, while affirming his chokehold on the culture.
Kid Cudi made headlines on Wednesday afternoon after he put his haters on blast via twitter, specifically Drake & Kanye West, who he said don’t give a fuck about him anymore (see here ICYMI).
The other week, Lil Wayne shocked fans when he put out some brutally honest tweets reflecting on his current state of affairs, mentally and otherwise, the turmoil of which stems from an on-going lawsuit and beef with Birdman and the Cash Money label.
Ab-Soul isn't the first rapper in the game to take issue with some of his colleagues. We recently saw Pete Rock lay out his feelings about some of the new wave of artists, including Lil Yachty and fellow rappers that are heard to understand on wax.
Pete Rock has been dabbling in some hip-hop beef as of late. The OG rapper spurred some light controversy with a younger rapper, when he called out Young Dolph for some recent lyrics glorying cocaine usage.
Apparently Ray J is none too happy about Kanye West's VMAs speech. The former Kim Kardashian sex partner hasn't spoken outright about Kanye's speech, but he's reportedly been gossiping within his crew of friends, according to TMZ.
Three weeks after squashing his decade-long beef with The Game at a Los Angeles strip club, 50 Cent revealed that he's unsure why he and Game started beefing in the first place in an interview with Big Boy on LA's Real 92.3.
Tonight's been all about Frank Ocean and the surprise arrival of his new album, Blonde. Unsurprisingly, though, Drake has managed to sneak in and grab a headline with another on-stage stunt at a recent Summer Sixteen show.
A-list producer Boi-1da sent out a tweet today regarding simmering tensions between Drake and an unnamed artist. "One dude is selling out Madison Square Garden 4 nights," he wrote, "And the other dude trolling for attention & record sales.