Cash Money head Bryan “Birdman” Williams sat down with Power 105’s Angie Martinez for an exclusive interview. The New Orleans born label head was open to finally talk about all the issues surrounding his supposed fallout with his “son” Lil Wayne.
As most of the Hip Hop world is locked in on the current back-and-forth between Drake and Meek Mill, New York City rapper 50 Cent recently turned his attention back to a classic rap battle from yesteryear. 50 spoke with BBC Radio 1xtra, and he commented on the legendary Nas vs Jay Z conflict.
Future has landed his first no. 1 album with his third project, Dirty Sprite 2, which sold 147,000 copies its first week, Billboard reports.
Future is keeping up the trend of dropping albums with little-to-no promotion while giving fans short notice on the release date. The “Honest” rapper announced his album on July 10th and dropped in on July 17th.
N.W.A is not only preparing for the release of their biopic, Straight Outta Compton, but they may also be gearing up to head back out on the road. During a sit down with The Hollywood Reporter, Universal Studios chief executive Donna Langley said it is possible and can help the film promotional wise.
2 Chainz has some G.O.O.D music on the way.
After five years, Tity Boy has announced that he is dropping the third installment of his Trap-A-Velli series on Aug. 13th. “Watch Out” serves as Trap-A-Velli Tre‘s first single, which was produced by FKi.
Chicago rapper and GMG member, Twista, sits down with DJ Smallz and speaks on Capo passing after being shot twice on the southside of Chicago on July 11th. He also gives advice on what can be done to curb his hometown’s violence.
T.I is gearing up for the release for his tenth studio project and is steadily making changes before gifting it to the fans. During a sit down with Movieweb, Tip revealed that he has trashed the Trap’s Open title for something else.
DJ Mustard is back with another project full of summer bangers. The L.A beatsmith gave short notice via his Instagram last night (July 19) that he has a new project coming this week. His new mixtape, 10 Summers: The Mixtape Vol. 1 will be dropping on July 23rd.
To thank his fans for the success for the success of Dirty Sprite 2, Future is going on a fully free four city mini-tour to salute his fans. Ironically, the tour is called “Salute the Fans”. For now, the specific for each location hasn’t been released, but will soon be disclosed to the #FutureHive the morning of each show. Check out the official announcement of the “Salute the Fans” Tour.
Jay Rock has been in TDE for a while now, usually in the shadows of one of the most dynamic music collectives out now. However, that’s all about to change with his new project coming soon. On Friday, the Watts rapper played a little snippet of his new music for Kendrick Lamar. Although the clip is fairly brief, you get the feeling that Rock’s new album is going to be as dope as the leading artists within the group.