Kanye West's "Famous" video is being hailed as a master class in the art of provocation by some and derided as "dumpster juice" by others. Inspired by "Sleep," a painting by American realist Vincent Desiderio, the video depicts a bed in which wax sta
Earlier this month, YG and Nipsey Hussle's video shoot for their protest record, "FDT (Fuck Donald Trump)" was shut down police, but according to the rapper, who spoke to Complex at Coachella this weekend, he knew what he was getting himself into wit
Tyler, the Creator has been known to provoke controversy with his Golf Wang fashion line. Last May, he created a T-shirt for the brand that was adorned with a huge neo-Nazi symbol that happened to be rainbow-colored as well.
Well it looks like Mac Miller isn’t the only one who can’t stand Donald Trump (aside from most of America). On Thursday, Chris Brown decided to also go at the GOP presidential frontrunner on Instagram.
Lines are being drawn as the race for the United States presidency heats up. With the election less than 10 months away, numerous rappers, most notably Killer Mike & Lil B, have announced their support of Bernie Sanders. The people's choice!
Rappers have probably never had more influence on American culture than they do now. Drake coins slang words that eventually become recognized by Webster, and Obama addresses Kanye West's presidential candidacy.
More so than usual, Donald Trump has been pissing people off in the past few months. His campaign for the Republican presidential nomination has seen him throw everyone from latinos to John McCain under the bus, and among many others, Jeezy isn't having it.
Mac Miller's "Donald Trump" has had its fair share of trouble. First, the song's namesake, Donald Trump, seemed pleased with the track, and praised Mac for it, then he switched up his tone completely and wanted to sue Mac over it.
Jay-Z and Beyonce were just attacked by PETA for their new custom made kicks, and have now been targeted again, this time by a hacker aiming to expose their private financial information.An undisclosed website has reportedly posted the social security numbe
This past summer Mac
Miller was faced with a $10 million lawsuit from Lord Finesse for beat-jacking
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mixtape. Now someone is after money from