Lil Wayne's been having a rough time, if that wasn't only evident by his recent tweets, it's evident by the amount of drama he's had to deal with as of late (in addition to the never-ending Birdman lawsuit), which we've reported on as well.
Drake and Rihanna have been spending a lot of time together since Drake presented Rihanna's Video Vanguard Award at the VMAs on Sunday. “She’s someone I've been in love with since I was 22 years old,” he said.
Drake’s run at bringing out special guests while on his “Summer Sixteen Tour” continued Wedneday night in Miami as the 6 God decided to bring out Lil Wayne & Rihanna in front of the sold-out crowd at American Airlines Arena.
The steady grinding of Yung Simmie, a former member of the Raider Klan, is finally starting to pay off. He's officially one of the hottest talents in South Florida, though as far as Southern rappers go, he's still criminally underrated.
DJ Khaled scored a gig opening for Beyonce on the "Formation" tour, which kicked off yesterday in Miami. It looks like Khaled may have earned himself a (temporary) position as Chance the Rapper's hypeman in one of Chance's upcoming videos.
"Betcha Rozay never ever heard no shit like this," Denzel Curry rapped earlier this year on his track "Lord Vader Kush II," contrasting his own trippy sound with the in-your-face pomp of his hometown's biggest rap export.
The beef between The Game and Stitches got real two nights ago. The Miami shock rapper attempted to run up on The Game as he was leaving a club in South Beach, but instead, he suddenly got knocked out by Wack 100, Game's manager.
The Game isn't the only one clowning Stitches for getting knocked TF out last night. The Miami shock rapper has also been given the dishonor of being named Charlamagne Tha God's "Donkey of the Day."
Last month, Miami rapper Zoey Dollaz' dropped "Blow a Check," which has since become a buzzing hit. He's now dropped a remix with Slim Jxmmi, one half of Rae Sremmurd. And Jxmmi isn't the first big rapper to take on the club anthem.
Back in the 80s, things were a lot different. Hip hop was just getting its start, and it was a whole lot more PG-rated than it is today. Then, along came a few dudes named the 2 Live Crew, who would change things forever with their raucous brand of hip hop.
Earlier this week, it was reported that Rich Homie Quan assaulted a security guard in South Beach, Miami before fleeing the scene James Bond-style on a speedboat. Well, it turns out the second part of that story might not be true.