Curtis Scoon was once a suspect in the death of Jam Master Jay. He sits down with AllHipHop.com to talk about the indictment of two suspects, allegations in a JMJ documentary and much more in this AllHipHop exclusive.
Ronald “Tinard” Washington was a feared gangster on the streets of Hollis, Queens, who claimed the cops threatened to kill him over the murder of Jam Master Jay.
Meek and Jay Z have defeated a Philly cop, who claimed she was defamed in the documentary “Free Meek.”
AllHipHop has teamed with RuffNation Records and KR38R to give the next big rapper a shot at a $50,000 record deal!
Ice Cube back is got by one Boyce Watkins, who explains his friends reasoning and why The Dems are to blame for it all.
T.I. and AllHipHop have teamed up to give one lucky student $12,000 to help offset the rising cost of tuition this year!
T.I. is giving away some real money in these tough times! Read more to learn how you can win $1,200 from The King of the South!
Each member of The Lox explain how they diversified their investment portfolios!
Don’t expect to see Redman in “Power.” The rapper is more interested in staying behind the camera!
The IRS likely has a Hip-Hop task force!
a foot doctor answers one of Tory Lanez main questions for Megan Thee Stallion.
KOTD’s Grand Prix host/battle rap vet DRect kicks it with AllHipHop about the tournament, history and more!
Travis Scott is accused of straight jacking the Cactus Jack gaming merchandise he sold during his big Fortnite concert!
T.I. is celebrating his birthday by announcing an new album and imparting wisdom.
Tekashi 6ix9ine is in the clear after a blind fan sued him over his online store.
AllHipHop talks with Slug & Murs about their 11-year hiatus, creating the project before quarantine, the evolution of Felt, favorite comics, the passing of Chadwick Boseman, and more!
B.G. was going to ask a judge for a compassionate release due to the pandemic, but he decided to change his mind.
The FBI and the city of Chicago are in a tug-of-war over evidence to prosecute Jussie Smollett!
One of URL’s former top talent scouts claims he was actually an owner in a $40 million lawsuit against the battle rap league.