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.
A couple of days ago, Ab-Soul called out the new generation of "lil" rappers, seemingly implicating Lil Uzi Vert, as he then tweeted, "We don't pass on PRIMO beats in this sport kids!" He was likely referring to Uzi's refusal to rap over the beat to Gang
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.
From the moment the "Summer Sixteen" tour dates were unveiled, Drake had tonight's show marked on his calendar. Tonight was the first time Drake performed in Philly since he entered into a beef with the city's biggest rapper, Meek Mill. On Friday night (Aug.
It looks like Kid Cudi is coming to the defense of his good friend & producer Dot Da Genius following the news that surfaced yesterday that he & former wife, Jhene Aiko, filed for divorce recently.
Last night, a few hours after Funk Flex shared a few unbecoming Drake stories on his HOT 97 radio show, Drake took shots at the DJ during an afterparty at NYC club Space Ibiza following his sold-out show at Madison Square Garden.
Drake's reign has been all Summer '16, from VIEWS remaining unmoved from the #1 spot on the Billboard 200, to Kanye West confirming a joint album with the rapper, it seems everyone wants a slice of the OVO pie.
We've been entertained for most of Summer Sixteen by a beef between two of rap's most sensitive MCs, Drake and Joe Budden. Budden, of course, had his peak before Drake had even really established his presence the game.
As promised, tonight's episode of OVO Sound Radio included the premiere of French Montana's new Drake-featuring single: "No Shopping." News of the collab first broke in May, when French Montana shared a brief snippet of the song, during which Drake can be hear
Joe Budden gave Drake a dose of his own medicine with two "Back To Back" diss tracks last week, but so far, Joe's efforts don't seem to have stung Drizzy the way the OVO rapper's own tracks did Meek Mill last summer.
Earlier today, French Montana had a very special guest in the studio, and he had to share a couple of highlight moments via social media. For the first time since 2013's "Pop That," it seems that French and Drake are working on a collab.
iLoveMakonnen made his departure from OVO appear amicable in an official statement released last week. "I cannot thank OVO, 40, Oliver, Future & Mr. Morgan, enough for all that they have done for my career," he wrote.
A couple of years ago, Atlanta rappers Rich Homie Quan and Young Thug were on similar career trajectories. They often appears on each others songs, most notably with Travi$ Scott on Days Before Rodeo and with Birdman as part of Rich Gang.