Chris Brown has taken a page out of Lindsey Lohan's playbook in hopes to avoid jail time. A day after being released from police custody following an assault charge from this past weekend in Washington D.C., Chris Brown has decided to check himself into rehab.
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. Actually, it’s not a trait unique to him.
Nipsey Hussle is gearing up to release a new mixtape, Crenshaw, on October 8th, but he's doing things quite differently when it comes to the release. While it's not uncommon for rappers to make hard copies of their mixtapes, Nipsey is taking that to the next level by selling the hard copies for 100$. Yup.
Isaiah Rashad has been part of the growing TDE family for a minute now, and as one of the newest signees he's probably still getting used to the ways of the label, and finding his groove within the rest of the Top Dawg crew.
For those unfamiliar, Quincey White, better known as DUBB, is an emerging emcee and entrepreneur born and raised in Athens Park, South Central Los Angeles, California. His moniker is an acronym that stands for "Determined & Unique Beyond Belief", which captures his approach quite well.
The promotion for Rick Ross' upcoming album, Mastermind, is about to begin. The rapper announced today that he'll be performing live with the "1500 Or Nothin" band on August 14th at Club Nokia for L.A. LIVE.
Check out Won't Be Long , the latest track from Mani Coolin', which dropped on Sunday, November 10th, 2013. Mani Coolin''s movement grows stronger with each new release, and Won't Be Long has further strengthened that fact.
"We gone, feelin' all turnt up to the max to this song / I'm already on 10, in my zone / And we ain't leavin' this bitch 'til the freaks're gone."
"We Gone" is the latest offering from young Los Angeles emcee Calikidd, featuring fellow California spitters Ink Monstarr and Tay F. 3rd on the assist.
"Pray For Me" is a new single from emerging Los Angeles prospect KR, which finds him backed by a jazzy, key-driven instrumental courtesy of his frequent collaborator Natural Disaster, out of Atlanta.
Thoughts on the record?