The departure includes a double album for fans to love.
While a young Rick Ross had always dreamed of making a million dollars, he upped the stakes once he realized his earning potential.
Hip-Hop celebrated its 50th anniversary on Friday (August 11) with a slew of block parties that touched every borough in New York City.
Pioneering rap group. The Fat Boys will get there just due next month when they’re inducted into the Long Island Music & Entertainment Hall of Fame!
DJ Khaled left Sony Music’s Epic Records for UMG’s Def Jam Recordings, returning to a label he once worked for as an A&R.
At one point during the Def Jam founder’s conversation with 60 Minutes, he told Anderson Cooper, “I don’t have any technical ability and I know nothing about music.”
It appears the end of an era is here with the news Def Jam is no longer affiliated with Kanye West or his G.O.O.D. Music imprint.
Rick Ross also revealed that he has numerous “huge offers” on the table, including once from his former label, Def Jam.
Snoop Dogg is going back to the old Snoop by releasing a new album that will take him back to his roots – Death Row Records!
Snoop Dogg revealed features on “The Algorithm” include Ty Dolla $ign, Redman, Method Man, Usher, Fabolous, Dave East, and Wiz Khalifa.
The Hip Hop legend’s recent posthumous album was released by the label.
Snoop Dogg is joining the executive team one of the most storied record labels in history – Def Jam.
Stormzy has left Atlantic Records to sign with the legendary Def Jam label, which launched a new imprint in the U.K.!
(AllHipHop News) The renowned Hip Hop group Public Enemy is on the precipice of offering their fans a new studio LP. What You Gonna Do When The Grid Goes Down? is scheduled for release on September 25th. The album will come out via Def Jam Recordings, the label that introduced Public Enemy to the masses three […]
Def Jam has officially set up shop in Africa.
After being away in Bali, Indonesia Russell Simmons emerges with a new venture.
Rap star 50 Cent thinks he would be the best candidate to take over Def Jam Records after Eminem’s manager stepped down from the job.
Def Jam Recordings announced Paul Rosenberg has stepped down as CEO to pursue a new venture.
AllHipHop followed Dave East around for a day and it was lit!
AllHipHop has signed back with the recording home that launched him into super stardom.