Grandmaster Jay, the outspoken leader of the NFAC, has been convicted. He has already planned an appeal to a verdict by a Louisville jury.
DJ Quik has some family issues on his hands. The cops say his son, David M. Blake Jr., shot a man during a fight earlier this week.
Samantha Spector, who represented Dr. Dre’s ex-wife Nicole Young in her divorce, exited Kanye West’s legal battle with Kim Kardashian.
Scarface lambasted Cruz, who spoke at the NRA’s annual meeting in Houston days after the school shooting in Uvalde, Texas.
Legendary producer Pete Rock claimed drill rap “disrupts the soul” and said “nobody speaks up on this trash.”
The family and friends of slain rapper Young Dolph, may have to wait years to get justice, revealed a judge a bond hearing for two suspects.
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Once again, Trae Tha Truth is helping victims who are suffering. The rapper is assisting families in Uvalde and Buffalo. Read more.
The OVO frontman shows love to his “In The Morning” collaborator.
Vic Mensa and Nikko Washington contribute to the “interdisciplinary art piece.”
“We control what’s cool not the outsiders!!!”
Joe Budden sits down with the southern rapper to discuss his sexuality.
The outspoken rapper took issue with “social media politicians.”
M Huncho was not here for any negative opinions after a video of an emotional young fan meeting the man who “saved his life” emerged online.
Olivia is releasing a new R&B album this year titled “Under Pressure,” which she promises will be “real R&B,” and “sexy and not raunchy.”
Eminem has gifted his fans a new surprise project to commemorate the 20th anniversary of his fourth studio album, The Eminem Show.
Moneybagg Yo is on a mission and “Taking Ova Da Summer” is the objective, with his new song “See Wat I’m Sayin’.”
The collaboration between Kanye West & XXXTentacion was only previously available exclusively on Ye’s Stem Player.
Post Malone’s ‘Twelve Carat Toothache’ is scheduled to drop on June 3 via Republic Records and its relaunched Mercury imprint.
Florida rapper YNW Melly faces first-degree murder charges for allegedly killing two of his friends in 2018.