2 Chainz is moving on up. The CEO Millionaire has just copped himself a lush pad in Los Angeles' Hollywood Hills, previously owned by rock guitarist Steve Vai (you may not know who he is, but he is one of the greatest guitarists of all time).
This morning, Forbes announced that their Forbes Five list has a new member: Drizzy Drake. The rapper, who was already rap royalty, is now among hip-hop's five wealthiest members-- replacing is-he-or-isn't-he-broke rapper 50 Cent.
Things got exciting towards the end of the day yesterday when, not only did Future announce the title and tracklist for a new album dropping on Apple (Evol), but he appeared to engage in sub-tweet war with Young Thug.
Depending how closely you follow Jay Z's business ventures, of which there are many, you may recall that two years Jay Z announced his first-ever cologne: Gold. It's quite likely that you don't recall this, simply because, following that initial anno
New Year's Eve is upon us, and the options for where you can party are endless. House parties, clubs, bars, live shows, or Netflix and chill, pick your poison. For artists, it's a night to capitalize on their worth and often means performing at a club.
The Calabasas adventures of Tyga continue today, with more house trouble rearing its head. It's been an extremely slow news day here, as you can tell, so no need to shout it out in the comments. We are aware.
Jay Z is about to throw his hat in to the music streaming service ring. The music mogul will likely compete with services like Beats Music, Google Play and Spotify after making a bid on the Scandinavian company Aspiro, which owns the streaming service WiMP.
Wu-Tang Clan's reunion album, A Better Tomorrow, is still awaiting official release, meanwhile we've been fed gritty singles like "Necklace" and "Ruckus In B Minor." The entire group isn't going heavy on the promo route for this album though, so it's likely
Not that Kanye West really needs the money, but the rapper reportedly turned down an offer from a Las Vegas casino which would have made him the highest-paid act in Vegas, topping Jennifer Lopez, Celine Dione and Britney Spears.
What most music fans don’t know is that a major record label deal is not guaranteed change in your pocket. A recording contract is essentially a legal agreement which allows the record label to exploit an artist’s work through recorded material.
Nicki Minaj is facing a new lawsuit, but we have a feeling this is just pocket change for the mega star. The Pinkprint rapper is being sued by an entertainment company for $50,000 after allegedly flaking on her duties.