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  • Cover of Artists To Watch In 2014
    2013 saw many breakout stars. From Chance The Rapper, to Jhene Aiko, to Rich Homie Quan, it was more difficult than ever to predict who would rise to fame at any given moment. 
  • Cover of Breakthrough Artists Of 2013
    As the Internet expands and social media continues to bring us all closer together, more and more artists are able to attain widespread exposure, for better or worse.
  • Cover of Kanye West On Anti-Semitism Accusations: "It Was Kind Of Like An Ignorant Compliment"
    Kanye West made some controversial comments in his Breakfast Club interview last month, where he made the claim that "Black people don't have the same level of connections as Jewish people."
  • Cover of Most Searched Artists On HNHH Of 2013
    We've entered the month of December, which means not only is Christmas approaching but so is the New Year. As we did last year, we'll be rounding up the Hottest of 2013 from mixtapes to albums to singles and much more.
  • Cover of Curren$y's Jet Life Recordings Signs New Artist Mary Gold
    Some of you may recall Mary Gold's appearance on the Jet Life collective's recent Red Eye mixtape - a remix of her song "Prayer" was the project's 13th and final track. She's since become the "First Lady Of Jet Life" and dropped her debut mixtape Sex Hormone’d Druggie. 
  • Cover of Machine Gun Kelly Talks Sex, Fetishes & Groupies
    Machine Gun Kelly is known to be outspoken in his words and behavior, so for our latest sit-down with the rapper, after he visited DJ Skee's Skee Live TV show, we decided to get MGK to open up about his many and various sexual encounters.
  • Cover of TDE Signs New Rapper Isaiah Rashad [Update: It's Official]
    TDE is known for its four rappers, who also make up the Black Hippy crew: Kendrick Lamar, ScHoolboy Q, Ab-Soul and Jay Rock. Many people have speculated who will be the next addition to the label which is now affiliated with Interscope, and whether or not a new TDE artist would also be in Black Hippy.
  • Cover of DJ Khaled, T Pain, Rick Ross & Cash Money Named In $100M Lawsuit
    The Batiste Brothers, a legendary New Orleans jazz group has issued a lawsuit against DJ Khaled, Rick Ross, Ace Hood, T-Pain, Pitbull and Cash Money for an astonishing $100 million (eight zeros) for using their music, and lyrics in countless songs. 
  • Cover of Drake Says His & J. Cole's Apologies Were Not "Cop-Outs"
  • Cover of J. Cole Writes Sincere Apology Letter For Lyric On "Jodeci" [Update: Drake Issues Apology]
    Various groups and fans have been more vocal recently about being outraged and offended by offensive lyrics from rappers.  Most recently we have the Lil Wayne Emmett Till line, and the Rick Ross date-rap reference, and the most recent, J. Cole's line on his "Jodeci" freestyle with Drake about autistic people.
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