In a video interview with Montreality published today (November 4), Mississippi-born musician Big K.R.I.T. spoke about getting compared to Kendrick Lamar, his life growing up and his upcoming album Cadillactica.
Early Tuesday (Nov. 4) after performing in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, a gunman shot at rapper Freddie Gibbs and another person as they sat in a SUV outside of the record store Rough Trade. According to the police, at 1:13 am on North 9th street near Wythe avenue a gunman dressed in a dark hoodie ran up to the GMC Denali they were sitting in and fired several shots.
Kanye West’s Yeezy III collaboration with adidas is slated to be released the third week of November, according to Sneaker Mob.
Suge Knight is in the hospital after two incidents he suffered while he was incarcerated this weekend, according to TMZ.
The site says the former Death Row Records executive passed out while being taken to the medical ward and fainted a second time while undergoing an X-ray.
While in New York preparing for his Nov. 15th Saturday Night Live performance, Kendrick Lamar stopped by Hot 97’s Ebro in the Morning to give us a hint of what is to be expected.
While discussing his upcoming sophomore effort, K. Dot said it may be more raw than his debut album, good kid,m.A.A.d city.
Speaking with GoodFellaMedia during his These Days tour, Ab-Soul revealed that symptoms from Stevens Johnson Syndrome have continued to affect his eyesight to the point of his considering a full corneal transplant surgery.
A possible tracklist for Beyonce’s next album was released online yesterday.
For the latest installment of Elliott Wilson’s CRWN series he chopped it up with T.I. During their sit-down the King of Atlanta spoke on how he made his latest release, Paperwork, stand out from his previous eight albums.
Noisey has published three handwritten poems written by a teenage Tupac Shakur accompanied by an essay by writer and author of 2pac vs. Biggie: An Illustrated History of Rap’s Greatest Battle Jeff Weiss.
While the site advertises the poems as previously unreleased, all three poems appeared in a posthumous book release of poetry by the rapper in 1999 called The Rose that Grew from Concrete. Noisey’s article includes images of the handwritten poems that were written between 1989 and 1991.
Chris Brown paid a visit to the Ebro in the Morning show on Hot 97 for the first time and nothing was off limits.
Chris’ drug use has been said to have gotten a little out of control during his career and he had no problem confirming just that.