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ASAP Rocky & ASAP Ferg To Voice "Animals" On HBO Animated Series
HBO is getting ready to a launch a new animated series called "Animals" and hip-hop fans have two big reasons to watch. Both ASAP Rocky and ASAP Ferg will be lending their voices to the show, which will New York City creatures like rats, pigeons, and dogs.
LeBron James Will Debut Reality TV Show Set In Cleveland
Cleveland Cavalier LeBron James can now add ‘television producer’ to his already long list of professional achievements.
Action Bronson's Vice Show "Fuck, That's Delicious" Gets A Release Date
Action Bronson had a great 2015. He released the well-received Mr. Wonderful, which was chock full of fantastic features. He also continued his hilarious Munchies’ show “Fuck, That’s Delicious” on YouTube.
DMX Is Guest-Starring On ABC's "Fresh Off The Boat"
If you watch ABC's new sitcom Fresh Off The Boat, you'll know that hip-hop plays an essential role in the series.
Ja Rule Has A "Murder Inc." Drama Series In The Works
Ja Rule has been thinking a lot about the good ol' days, from rehashing his beef with 50 Cent, to planning a tour with Ashanti -- Rule is pretty conscious that early '00s rap nostalgia is at an all-time high.
Ludacris To Executive Produce New CBS Drama About Atlanta Gangs
Ludacris is no stranger to the world of television and film, having appeared in the "Fast and Furious" franchise, "Crash," and most recently, on "Empire." He will pull from his experience as he executive produces a new CBS drama called "The Down Beat."
The Weeknd & Nicki Minaj Perform "The Hills" Remix On Saturday Night Live
The Weeknd surprised fans with two huge remixes of his number one smash, "The Hills," last night, but he could only bring out one of the two A-listers out on SNL last night.
Nicki Minaj Will Produce & Appear In An ABC Comedy Based On Her Life
As Nicki Minaj told us way back on "Up In Flames," "Bitches ain't got punchlines or flow / I have both and an empire also." From Beats Pills, to perfume, to Myx Moscato, Nicki has been expanding her brand over the last few years, and her presence on
Screen King Immortal: 10 Times 50 Cent Was Name-Dropped In Film & TV
For a while there, in the mid-2000s, 50 Cent was the most visible hip hop star in the country. To this day, he's the only rapper that my 86-year-old grandma can name.
Snoop Dogg & The Roots Do "So Many Pros" On Jimmy Fallon
This week marked the release of Snoop Dogg and Pharrell's smooth funk album BUSH, and to celebrate, Snoop was on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon to perform the single "So Many Pros." Pharrell wasn't around, but The Roots were, and so the song got the f
Lil Kim Announces New Reality Show "The Queen Bee"
Over the course of her career, Lil Kim been embroiled in scandals and drama galore, so it seems only right that she's about to get her own reality show.
Snoop Dogg Raps On Nickelodeon's "Sanjay & Craig"
Over the course of his career, Snoop Dogg's had a number of memorable film roles, from Huggy Bear in "Starsky & Hutch" to Captain Mack in "Soul Plane." his latest acting job comes courtesy of Nickelodeon cartoon "Sanjay & Craig," in which he plays a ra
Earl Sweatshirt & BADBADNOTGOOD Do "Huey" & "Grief" On Jimmy Kimmel
Between an album with Ghostface Killah and their jazz-ified covers of everything from Gucci Mane's "Lemonade" to Slum Village's "Fall In Love," Toronto trio BADBADNOTGOOD have proven themselves to be the most rap-savvy jazz band in the game.
Jamie Foxx Performs "Baby's In Love" On Ellen
After leaking a few months prior, Jamie Foxx's Kid Ink-assisted single finally arrived in its official form earlier this week. Yesterday, he was on "Ellen" to play the new track, although Kid Ink wasn't around to join him. Watch his performance above.
Tyler, The Creator Was An Answer On "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire"
Which of these is a member of the Hip Hop group Odd Future, and NOT the character of a children's show?A.) Dora the Explorer B.) Tyler, the CreatorC.) Thomas the Tank EngineD.) Bob the BuilderThe answer would be laughably obvious to the average rap fan, but it