Fat Joe said of Jadakiss, “yesterday’s price is not today’s price,” following the Verzuz and the fallout confirms just how correct he was.
Paul Rosenberg interviews Eminem, Royce Da 5’9, Skylar Grey and more on SiriusXM’s ‘Paul Pod: Curtain Call 2.’
Snoop Dogg will also produce ‘The Underdoggs’ movie, which tells the story of a former NFL star coaching a youth football team.
50 Cent will host and produce a podcast about drug lord Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán for the newly launched Lionsgate Sound.
Charles Polevich pleaded guilty to leaving the scene of an accident without reporting it and tampering with physical evidence.
Which of your favorite battlers didn’t make the list?
The rapper said he said “respectfully,” as he talked about his fantasies about another colleague’s wife.
Famous songwriter learns about the fairness of sampling after Hip-Hop producers breakdown why it was important for King Bey to share the writers credit on new song.
The Sheriff’s office does not care if the rapper has sold millions of records, he will be treated like all the others in the jail.
“Ki Ki … do you love me?” were actually about a real Toronto City girl.
Atlanta-bred rap stars Future and 2 Chainz were part of the lineup.
“We have to just keep it going. There’s no breaks.”
The infamous former White House intern admits she did not reach out to the singer.
The ATL representative adds his name to a very exclusive list.
“The Highs & The Lows” rhymer stops by ‘The Breakfast Club.’
Cardi B rapped over the beat of a Lady Leshurr track in 2015 and now the British artist wants her credit for the song.
Lil Uzi celebrated their birthday surrounded by his loved ones with a celebratory dinner, but fans were concerned about his downcast demeanor.
Wendy Williams is a married woman once again following her 2020 divorce to her longtime husband, Kevin Hunter.
Tory Lanez thanked “King of Pop,” Chris Brown for holding him down “in a time when most of the world left me for dead.”
Wrestling superfan Westside Gunn launched 4THROPE, a venture he promises will “take over” wrestling culture.