Dr. Dre was cuffed and searched outside of his own house in Malibu earlier today, reports TMZ. Police were called to the scene by a driver who had stopped in front of Dre's house, resulting in a heated altercation.
A shooting that took place outside a Florida nightclub over the weekend has left two underage persons dead, and more than a dozen wounded, as CNN reports. The nightclub in question, Club Blu Bar and Grill, reportedly advertised a "Swimsuit Glow
The fiber of the American people has been tested over the course of the last two weeks, in which four incidents of terrible violence have prompted wide-spread protests and rapidly deteriorating race relations.
The city of Baton Rouge has been in anguish ever since the police killing of Alton Sterling. Today, the Louisiana capital was struck with more tragedy, as a gunman went on a rampage that killed three Baton Rouge police officers and injured three others.
UPDATE (07/17 | 9:20PM EST): According to Louisiana state police, there is currently no "active shooter" in Baton Rouge, though two other "persons of interest" are being held for questioning, reports CBS News.
Athletes and celebrities across the country are using their social media platforms to demand justice and inspire change in our nation, most notably Carmelo Anthony who used Instagram to challenge his fellow athletes to step up and take charge am
Over the weekend four off-duty police officers who were conducting security for the WNBA's Minnesota Lynx walked off the court when players emerged in warmup shirts that read "Black Lives Matter."
Materialism and humanitarianism are often at odds in hip hop. Actavis and activism do not always go hand-in-hand. But hip hop is a world unto itself, and countless rappers have used their platform to fight for the underprivileged.
Many rappers took part in protests following the tragic wave of violence that ensued last week, beginning with the police killings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile, and continuing with an attack on a peaceful protest in Dallas on Thursday night that resu
In one way or another, most every hip-hop star has responded to the shocking violence that has transpired over the past few days, beginning with the police killings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile and continuing last night with the killing of five
Less than 24 hours after police officers shot and killed 37-year-old black man Alton Sterling on Baton Rouge, LA, a Minnesota cop fatally shot 32-year-old Phlando Castile, also a black man, at at traffic stop on Wednesday night.
Violence cut short T.I.'s concert at New York City's Irving Plaza last night. Among the four victims who suffered gunshot wounds was Troy Ave. The shooting resulted in one fatality, Troy Ave affiliate BSB Banga.
Beyonce's performance of "Formation" during the Super Bowl 50 Halftime Show was praised by many as bold and necessary, though there was also a vocal faction that considered it to be racially charged in a manner that was offensive to law enforcement.
Though the charges are still unknown, it appears that South Florida rapper Kodak Black has been arrested. The news comes courtesy of DJ Akademiks, who obtained a video of Kodak being led into the backseat of a police SUV.