Yesterday, Kid Cudi aired out frustrations with the music industry while on twitter. It's not the first time Cudder has voiced his distaste for industry politics, while affirming his chokehold on the culture.
Yesterday, Anderson .Paak sent out a tweet that some felt was directed at Lil Yachty. "Don't be cocky in the fact that you don't know anything about hip hop history," wrote the Malibu singer and producer.
Many were overjoyed to find two new Future leaks posted onto just about every hip-hop site, including this one, last night. Mike Will Made-It, who's assumed to have produced at least one of those leaks, was not.
Hudson Mohawke has been a more behind-the-scenes figure when it comes to G.O.O.D. Music releases, but one would still assume he's getting his due credit (and pay), even if he's not releasing music front-and-center of the label.
Nicki Minaj was chilling watching some reality TV today, when she decided to call out one of the current stars of "Teen Mom OG," Farrah Abraham, on Twitter. Abraham first appeared on the MTV series "16 & Pregnant" in 2009.
The claws come out once again. Azealia Banks recently took aim at Nicki Minaj, calling her music basic, and a month later she's slandering Nicki once more, this time in regards to comments she made during her New York Times Magazine cover story.
No one is safe from the twitter daggers of Azealia Banks. The Harlem rapper is back to her old tricks, taking to twitter to throw jabs at both Nicki Minaj and Miley Cyrus today. Even Taylor Swift got some.