The other week, Lil Wayne shocked fans when he put out some brutally honest tweets reflecting on his current state of affairs, mentally and otherwise, the turmoil of which stems from an on-going lawsuit and beef with Birdman and the Cash Money label.
A couple of days ago, Ab-Soul called out the new generation of "lil" rappers, seemingly implicating Lil Uzi Vert, as he then tweeted, "We don't pass on PRIMO beats in this sport kids!" He was likely referring to Uzi's refusal to rap over the beat to Gang
Ab-Soul isn't the first rapper in the game to take issue with some of his colleagues. We recently saw Pete Rock lay out his feelings about some of the new wave of artists, including Lil Yachty and fellow rappers that are heard to understand on wax.
Pete Rock has been dabbling in some hip-hop beef as of late. The OG rapper spurred some light controversy with a younger rapper, when he called out Young Dolph for some recent lyrics glorying cocaine usage.
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.
A photo of Young Joc surfaced late last night, and has since gone viral. The photo in question shows Young Joc rocking a new hair do, with his hair permed and combed to the side, he's even got the part going on. That hairstyle, paired with a pretty c
The first time many people heard (or heard of) Frank Ocean was in the introduction of Kanye West's Watch the Throne opener "No Church in the Wild." Yes, Kanye West has been a big supporter of Ocean throughout Ocean's career.
When you become an overnight rap sensation, you have to deal with the prying eyes (*trolls*) of the internet going to great lengths to dig up your past in hopes of uncovering something incriminating. Social media is often the first place to look.
Now that Adele is out of the running for the Super Bowl 51 halftime show, the door is open for another performer to step in and throw down. Who should be. A insurgent Twitter movement is making the case for Kanye West.
During his recent interview with The Breakfast Club, DJ Drama spoke on the enduring strength of the Atlanta hip-hop scene, naming some of the city's most influential artists past and present, albeit with one glaring omission.
It looks like Kid Cudi is coming to the defense of his good friend & producer Dot Da Genius following the news that surfaced yesterday that he & former wife, Jhene Aiko, filed for divorce recently.
A-list producer Boi-1da sent out a tweet today regarding simmering tensions between Drake and an unnamed artist. "One dude is selling out Madison Square Garden 4 nights," he wrote, "And the other dude trolling for attention & record sales.
Theophilus London got himself arrested and locked up last night in New York City. Usually when this happens, the cops take your phone. This was not the case for Theophilus. “I’m so sexy they allowed me to tweet," he wrote from behind bars.
The rise of Tidal and Apple Music streaming services over the last year has seen the two giants battling for subscribers, with major releases like Rihanna's ANTI and Drake's View From The 6 being held exclusively within their respective catalogues.