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).
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
Kendrick Lamar's new favorite rapper (AKA Earl Sweatshirt) just shared a project, I Don't Like Shit, I Don't Go Outside, last month, but today, he's giving us another ten minutes of new music.
A week ago, it was reported that burglars broke into Big Sean's home in the Valley while the rapper was on a trip to Dubai. They apparently cracked a safe and stole around $150k in jewelry as well as some unreleased music.
Last night Rihanna, Travis Scott and Ty Dolla $ign were getting their early Christmas partying on at a nightclub out in L.A., Project Los Angeles. The festivities were cut short after a shooting occurred, forcing RiRi and friends to leave the club early.
Two years ago, My Krazy Life surprised everyone. It was a debut album made by someone whose biggest claim to fame was novelty club smash "Toot It And Boot It," but somehow, it had the scope and consistency of a select few L.A.
Amber Rose may be a vocal supporter of bad bitches and MILFs everywhere, and she may be organizing a Slut Walk for Los Angeles in October, however, her business ventures don't foray into prostitution-- yet she was unwittingly used to lure young girls
Do you ever wonder how people in music videos are often able to drive cars at seemingly illegal speeds without getting caught? Well, it seems like Tyga was trying to do just that, but was thwarted by the police.
Get Home Safely, Dom Kennedy’s second studio album and follow up to last year's Yellow Album, demonstrates Dom Kennedy’s unique ability to weave highly accessible stories into his lyrics without compromising intelligibility.
Travi$ 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.
Jay Z and Budweiser's Made In America festival continues to expand with each year, and this summer is proving to be the biggest yet, with the festival taking over not just Philadelphia but Los Angeles too. The move to L.A.
Kanye West really wants you to buy his t-shirts. The aspiring fashion designer recently made his 80's metal-inspired merch available to purchase through PacSun, and has now launched a pop-up shop in LA where more of his clothing will be available.
2015 was the year of the sprawling L.A. album, with Dr. Dre, Kendrick Lamar, and The Game all releasing projects steeped in the city's musical history and constructed in collaborative sessions with its talents, new and old.