Boosie Badazz has revealed via his Instagram account that he has been diagnosed with cancer. The 33-year-old rapper asked in a now deleted caption for his fans to pray for him.
Busta Rhymes is ready to leave his legal issues behind and get back to what matters: the music. During an interview with XXL, he said he is releasing a new album next year “without question.”
Rihanna has been getting people excited about her highly anticipated project Anti. With the release of the album’s artwork, an official release date, and the numerous commercials that aired during the American Music Awards last night (according to HYPETRAK), fans everywhere cannot wait to hear Anti through their speakers when the project drops this Friday.
November’s been a good month for Pusha T. The G.O.O.D. Music artist was made president of the music company earlier this month, also announcing that his album King Push, a follow-up to the critically acclaimed album My Name Is My Name, will release sometime this Spring.
50 Cent is looking to start the holiday season off with a new gift for his fans. The Queens rapper has announced his next project The Kanan Tape will arrive on November 26.
It’ds been a while since T-Pain dropped new music, but expect a new project hopefully soon. Recently, at NPR’s headquarters in Washington, D.C., the “Buy U a Drank” singer performed a new song through their video series “NPR Frontrow.” Pain also happened to not use autotune in the new track, with a live band to support the singer.
Rick Ross is readying his Black Market album for its Dec. 4th release and has released the track-listing. Throughout the 17 tracks, the project boasts more R&B features with appearances from Chris Brown. Mary J. Blige, John Legend, The-Dream and Cee-Lo Green. Nas and Future are the only two rhymers among the playlist.
Kid Cudi has unveiled the album art for his upcoming album, Speedin’ Bullet to Heaven. The art is simple, with much of it blurred as Cudi is in the middle of a wide, grassy space.
Tyga has been flooding the streets with music this year. He dropped his joint album with Chris Brown, Fan of a Fan: The Album, back in February and his studio album The Gold Album: 18th Dynasty in June. He also released the Fuk What They Talkin Bout mixtape in August. On Black Friday (Nov. 27), T-Raww will be dropping yet another mixtape, Rawwest N–ga Alive.
Prodigy of Mobb Deep is taking his record label to court. According to TMZ, he is suing Universal Music Group for taking profits from his solo work that he did not agree to pay them.
When Prodigy and Havoc inked their deal with Universal back in 1995, their agreement stated that the label would be paid half of all profits from future albums and songs. Havoc claims that the deal said nothing about the label taking profits from his solo work.