The “Say So” performer was previously accused of chatting with white supremacists.
The radio host says Drake doesn’t need to be a social activist.
A possible beef brewing between Drizzy and Childish Gambino sparked the conversation.
The “Players” hitmaker suggests women in Hip Hop should leave the beefing to the men.
Drizzy admitted to taking a “loss” in his battle against the Clipse emcee.
The first five episodes mostly focus on NYC’s impact on the culture.
The rising southern rapper aims to be on the “big dog” level.
NYC’s historic Studio 54 disco also influenced the sound of the project.
The legends also discuss A$AP Rocky in a never-before-aired interview.
The two New Yorkers link up for the ‘Like..?’ EP track.
#DaBaby stops by Hot 97 to have a conversation with #Ebro.
The Apple Music executive has some words for DJ Akademiks.
DaBaby claims he’s been “blackballed” in the industry which is why the sales projections from his latest album are so low.
The New Yorker could be seen as the leader of the Hoochie Daddy movement.
The Midwesterner says the duo has a lot of unreleased tracks.
The Voice also wants to do another collaborative project with Lil Baby.
“I said what I said.”
Would you want to hear the two generations of Brooklyn rappers on the same track?
The southern emcee suggests OGs should unlock information about the entertainment business.
Do you agree with the North Long Beach emcee’s take on the Hip Hop legend?