J. Cole seriously stirred the pot of hip-hop this week, and one by one, rappers have been responding. In Cole's new track "Everybody Dies," the North Carolina rapper took existential shots at the class of "Lil" rappers.
Kid Cudi made headlines on Wednesday afternoon after he put his haters on blast via twitter, specifically Drake & Kanye West, who he said don’t give a fuck about him anymore (see here ICYMI).
Suge Knight recently appeared on Arsenio Hall and had some harsh words for the major music labels, even going as far as to compare label deals to a slavery, and specifically calling out Kendrick Lamar and Game as having "two of the worst deals in the industry.
All the commotion surrounding Kendrick Lamar's "Control" verse has subsided, and one question remains-- are you still bumping the track? It's a question Drake asked during his interview with Elliott Wilson for Elliott's CRWN series.
Lil Wayne finally dropped his latest installment in the Dedication series, D5, and it's definitely got people talking, whether good or bad. One of those people is Lil Kim, who received a mention on Weezy's "Pure Colombia" off the mixtape.
Kanye West ranted hard a couple nights ago, directing much of his anger (this time) towards Charlamagne Tha God and Sway from the radio show, "Sway In The Morning." Kanye's comments, which were captured on video, were blasted as the following:
This morning, MediaTakeOut reported that Fetty Wap had been jumped and robbed at Stadium nightclub in DC, suggesting Fetty had his chain taken and some of his dreads ripped out (as you likely know, they're not real).It didn't take long for the rapper, who
Sunday night marked the television premiere of VH1’s TV-movie about the rise of 90’s hip hop in New York City "The Breaks," and industry veterans have already begun to question to question the movie’s much-touted authenticity.
By now the subject of Kendrick Lamar's "Control" verse is almost stale, and we've heard from almost everyone mentioned in the verse (plus those who weren't). One of the rappers we've yet to hear from who received a name-drop is Big K.R.I.T.
For those of you keeping up with yesterday's string of event cancellations and/or Kim Kardashian's Snapchat, you likely saw that Kanye West attempted a spur-of-the-moment show in Manhattan following the G.O.O.D.
Although Game is putting a lot of effort into attempting a G-Unit reunion, including an online petition, 50 Cent remains adamant it will never happen. The music mogul, who is busy with a ton of other business ventures on his plate, obviously has no desire