Welp, usually when we hear about Azealia Banks getting into a fight, it's virtual. She's constantly throwing punches in the twittersphere, but it seems like some of that anger translated into a fight IRL.
When listening to the two nearly 80-minute-long discs that The Game has released in the past week, it doesn't take long to realize that they're both very good albums. The Documentaries 2 and 2.5 both have high-profile guests who d
Some people have been upset by Kylie Jenner's use of cornrows, claiming that it constitutes cultural appropriation. In his recent appearance on "The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore," The Game firmly distanced himself from that line of thinking.
About eight months after moving into their 16,000 square foot Holmby Hills Estate in Los Angeles, The Carters are having to pack their bags again, and not under their own will.
Amber Rose may be a vocal supporter of bad bitches and MILFs everywhere, and she may be organizing a Slut Walk for Los Angeles in October, however, her business ventures don't foray into prostitution-- yet she was unwittingly used to lure young girls
We recently learned that Snoop Dogg has been sitting on some unreleased vocals from his late Doggbrother Nate Dogg, and now it appears that he's not the only former collaborator who's got some vocals in the vault.
Last week, we reported that The Game had been charged with a felony for "making criminal threats" to an off-duty cop during an incident at a Pro-Am basketball game in March. Yesterday, he was arrested.
Earlier today, we got a couple of clips of The Game sending shots Young Thug's way during a show in New Orleans. Ever the troll, Thugger opts to respond to anger with glee (as he did when Lil Wayne urged people not to buy Barter 6).
Last July, L.A. rapper Joe Moses saw pretty big success with his free "street album" All Out, and now, he's ready to release a more official full-length. Brackin is out now, and you can stream it and check out the tracklist below, via Spotify.
Kendrick Lamar's "King Kunta" video is unquestionably one of the best of the year thus far, showing Kendrick in his natural environment while rapping one of the most powerful songs on To Pimp A Butterfly.
By any stretch of the imagination, Kendrick Lamar is now the biggest rapper in L.A. Fittingly, he's now been given a rite of passage by one of his city's baseball teams: the opportunity to throw out the first pitch at a game. The L.A.
Last year, L.A.-based producer Salva became a household name in hip-hop circles by scoring collabs with a diverse list of artists that included Schoolboy Q, Young Thug, Freddie Gibbs, A$AP Ferg, Kurupt, Problem and E-40.
OVO is quickly becoming way more than a label. The OVO clothing brand opened up its flagship store in Toronto late last year, and on Twitter today, they announced they would be debuting their first-ever pop-up store in the U.S.
Travi$ Scott and Young Thug are closing out their joint "Rodeo" tour in style. The wild duo pulled into L.A. last night (March 28), for the third-to-last show of the tour, and brought out two massive special guests: Chris Brown and Kanye West.