Slim Jesus inspired a lot of conversation with the release of his controversial video for "Drill Time," and while the talk about the rapper resulted in a full fledged tour, Slim's most recent show in Kentucky seems like an indication that he may be losing some
Chance The Rapper began his Saturday by hinting at a "third mixtape" on Twitter, and delivered on the promise of new music on SNL later that night, performing a new song with Jeremih."Somewhere In Paradise," was then launched on iTunes, where it was revealed t
While he may have only made occasional appearances on Donnie Trumpet's SURF, Chance's presence was felt throughout the project -- enough that we weren't expecting another mixtape from him anytime soon.
You can always count on Vince Staples to fight for all that is good in the world, and at a show earlier this month, he did just that when he took a heckler to task for hating on Gucci Mane. Strangely, this went down in Atlanta of all places.
808s & Heartbreak might be Kanye West's heaviest album (emotionally that is, Yeezus being his heaviest musically), but records like "Paranoid," "Robocop," and "Heartless," can still keep a party going despite their dark themes.
It seems that fans chanting "Fuck Meek Mill" is fairly commonplace at Drake shows these days, enough that the OVO rapper decided to address some fans dissing his rival."Don't worry, he's dead already," Drizzy joked at his Landmark Festival performance in DC ea
Rihanna has pretty much dropped an album every single year since her debut, but her upcoming, still untitled, eighth studio album is still nowhere in sight, despite Unapologetic dropping way back in 2012.
As we detailed in our recap of noteworthy moments from last night's MTV VMAs, the event wasn't super hip-hop-oriented, but nevertheless we got a few performances from some of our favorite acts, and Kanye West was there, so, that was cool.
Frank Ocean's cancellation of his headlining FYF Fest performance is just one of the ways he's disappointed fans recently (where's the album?), but luckily, the proven showman Kanye West stepped in for Ocean, and made sure to make up for his absence with a spe