We know that Young Thug thinks The Breakfast Club is "the devil," but he's also been wary of most American media outlets and radio shows. In Europe, however, and in France especially, it's a different story.
Considering his current status, it seems crazy Kendrick Lamar dropped his first album less than 5 years ago. Of course, he started rapping long before that, as he released his first mixtape, under the name K-Dot, back in 2003.
Vic Mensa has been making waves this past week after “blocking” out Chance the Rapper in a photo which he posted on Instagram alongside Hov & Beyonce while at the 40/40 Club celebrating his Jordan year birthday.
ESPN got lucky when Lil Wayne came to visit, with the rapper not only announcing the release date for his highly anticipated album Tha Carter V, but revealing the official artwork, plus spitting a quick freestyle for SportsCenter over their theme song.
Chris Brown recently stopped by Hot 97 to say what up to Funkmaster FLex, and while on the air, he kicked a pretty unbelievable freestyle. Unbelievable in the sense that it makes his recent LA Leakers freestyle pale in comparison. Watch it above.
Last year, Kendrick Lamar added his Compton stamp upon Reebok's classic British tennis shoe, making a sneaker that can be worn by both Bloods and Crips in an effort to mitigate the gang violence that plagues his hometown.
Following this past weekend’s kickoff show in Houston, where he switched Madonna lyrics with Rihanna, Drake made the next stop in his “Jungle” Tour at The Palace of Auburn Hills in Detroit on Wednesday night for another exciting show with Fut
After his in depth interview with Justin Credible where he talked about his new deal with Roc Nation and upcoming project Traffic, Chicago’s Vic Mensa was asked to take to the mic and spit some bars.
We knew Meek Mill could freestyle ever since this video of a teenage Meek spittin bars for the camera while working the corner surfaced a while back. His freestyle exploits continued this morning during his appearance on Sway in the Morning, as he ac
As is customary, each XXL Freshmen is filmed spitting an acapella freestyle for the XXL cameras. After unveiling the new cover at the beginning of June, XXL is ready to start rolling out the freestyles, and they begin with New Jersey's own Fetty Wap.
Mac Miller kicks some bars over Biggie's "Sky’s the Limit" instrumental for SBTV's "Warm Up Sessions." How'd he do?Check out Mac Miller Freestyles Over Biggie Instrumental, the latest video from Mac Miller, released on Tuesday, November 12th, 2013.