Kanye West wow-ed the crowd, and later the internet, last night when he unveiled a stage that floated over the crowd at the opening leg of the Saint Pablo tour in Indianapolis. In an interview with E!
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.
GQ released a profile on Chance The Rapper today, which takes us back to the day before Chance hit the ESPYs stage out in L.A., where the rapper performed a record off his critically acclaimed Coloring Book mixtape in tribute to Muhammad Ali.
Marc E. Bassy radiates Cali. Rocking an overgrown but expertly quiffed hairdo and a tie-dye Eagles shirt, he clearly descends from a tribe of “Groovy People,” which is the title of his new EP.
After a recent festival appearance for Finland's Flow Festival, Lil B the Based God caught up with Dazed to discuss various aspects of his Based philosophy and what it means to him, being a self-proclaimed feminist, Donald Trump and more.
Donald Glover is currently on a press tour to promote his anticipated FX series "Atlanta," which is set to premiere next month. During a press conference, he spoke in depth about the show and his decision to leave the popular NBC show "Community."
Mila J is one of those people who's been in the music industry forever. She starred in Prince's video "Diamonds & Pearls" before she turned 10. In the '90s, she was a member of an R&B trio that included her younger sister, Jhene Aiko, called Gyrl.
Vic Mensa recently graced the stage at his hometown festival, Lollapalooza, where he took the opportunity to debut two new records. He's following up the performance with a new interview with Phoenix New Times, where he speaks on his recent EP There'
After heating things up in Toronto for Drake's OVO Fest, and launching a new camo edition of her PUMA creeper, Rihanna took to Instagram to unveil her latest magazine cover, of fashion authority W magazine.
Kanye West has been keeping his fans fed, whether it's The Life of Pablo, the first Cruel Winter single, pop culture commentary and/or controversy, or simply tweeting, the rapper has been staying busy.
As we expected & reported last week, Travis Scott is indeed the latest rapper to sign with Apple Music. On Monday, the Houston rapper called into Shade 45’s The Whoolywood Shuffle & confirmed the news live on-air.