COMMON IS GOING TO PERFORM AT A CONCERT FOR LEONARD PELTIER, NOBLE PEACE PRIZE NOMINEE CONVICTED OF BLASTING TWO FBI AGENTS!!
(AllHipHop News) Mary J Blige a.k.a. “The Queen of Hip-Hop Soul,” was hit with a lawsuit yesterday (November 28), claiming that she and her husband defaulted on a $2.2 million loan from Signature Bank. According to Reuters, documents were filed in New York State Supreme Court in Manhattan, seeking to recoup the $2.2 million loan… Read more »
Common is allegedly in hot water with his former flame, Serena Williams, because of his new girlfriend and her Twitter-stalking ways. Serena went H.A.M. on Twitter yesterday, blasting Common’s new lady friend and referring to her as a “boy” because sources say that Serena allegedly thinks that Common’s girlfriend looks like a man. Really, Serena!!!… Read more »
THE MCS WITH THE IRON CHOPS: 5 BRILLIANT MOVIE HEROES PLAYED BY RAPPERS
NEW MUSIC: DJ DRAMA FT. COMMON, KENDRICK LAMAR & LLOYD “MY WAY”
ALBUM REVIEW: G.O.O.D MUSIC’S “CRUEL SUMMER”
In the midst of New York Fashion Week, Common took over the Best Buy Theater in Times Square to promote Case-Mate, a cutting-edge designer of accessories for mobile devices. The event was co-hosted by Fergie and Quddus with beats provided by DJ Mia Moretti. A crowd of roughly 2,000 rocked and swayed to a string… Read more »
ROCK THE BELLS: NAS AND FRIENDS UPHOLD HIP-HOP
FREEWAY DISCUSSES BEANIE’S JAIL TIME; STATE PROPERTY HITS THE STAGE WITH JAY-Z!
TRACKLIST AND ARTWORK FOR G.O.O.D. MUSIC’S “CRUEL SUMMER” REVEALED!
CHECK PART 2 OF OUR ROCK THE BELLS BAY AREA RECAP! COMMON! NAS! DOM!
HIP-HOP RUMORS: ARE COMMON AND KANYE WEST TEAMING UP FOR AN ALBUM?
“CRUEL SUMMER” PUSHED BACK; CYHI TWEETS ON BEING LEFT OFF G.O.O.D. MUSIC’S COMPLEX COVER
It seems like every other day there is a rapper having a trouble with either their taxes or a foreclosure. Well, we hear that Common has joined the long list of artists having money issues and is facing a foreclosure of his Chicago apartment. According to TMZ, Common has stopped paying the $2,285 monthly mortgage… Read more »