Juvenile Strikes Gold

Juvenile’s fifth solo album Juve The Great is shaping up to be a success for Cash Money Records, striking gold since it’s release in December of 2003. The album’s success is fueled by the Manny Fresh produced single "In My Life," and the label hopes to keep the album moving by releasing the second single,… Read more »



HSAN Event Shows Syracuse Students Positivity

Russell Simmons and his Hip-Hop Summit Action Network held a successful event yesterday (March 10) in Syracuse New York for 2,700 students at five area high schools, countering reports that it was cancelled. The event featured Rev Run, Fabolous, Dougie Fresh, who all talked to students about social responsibility and positive actions at the Carrier… Read more »



Rah Digga Leaves J Records, Find New Home

As expected, Rah Digga has again displayed her loyalty to Busta Rhymes and his Flipmode squad and has left J Records for what she hopes will be greener pastures. But she said the decision to leave wasn’t one she wanted, but one she had to for her career and livelihood. “I just saw that [the… Read more »



Tha Row Says Crooked I Still Signed

According to representatives of incarcerated mogul Suge Knight, rapper Crooked I is still under contract to Tha Row.”Crooked I is still signed,” Tha Row’s spokesman Jonathan Wolfson told “This all stems from the upcoming release of Kurupt’s album Against The Grain. There might have been a jealously element because Kurupt’s new album is dropping… Read more »



Joe Budden And Game End Beef

After a heated volley of rhymes via mixtapes, rappers Joe Budden and The Game have officially squashed their beef.The two rappers, some affiliates and Game’s manager Jimmy Henchmen, met Friday (March 5) at an undisclosed location to put their differences aside, Budden’s confirmed with beef started when Budden referenced G-Unit on a song that… Read more »



Necro, Khia Banned In Australia

Rappers Necro and Khia have been banned from being purchased by children in Australia under new censorship rules.The Australian Record Industry Association (ARIA) introduced a four level censorship guideline three years ago.The first two levels warn about the explicit content of a recording, while level three is a ban of sale to persons under the… Read more »



Five FT Of Black Moon Convicted On Drug Charges

Five FT of rap group Black Moon was convicted yesterday (March 6) for the alleged sale of an illegal substance, stemming from an incident in 2002. The rapper is facing four to nine years, pending sentencing which is scheduled for April 1. Black Moon recently dropped an album, Total Eclipse on Duck Down, which featured… Read more »