Kendrick Lamar had the chance of a lifetime – to meet with the president of the United States of America.
There is no video of the encounter with President Obama, but Kendrick narrates the moment they met in the oval office.
With his album The Documentary 2 dropping last year, The Game has announced that he is going on a world tour. Although the Los Angeles rapper has already started performing in his hometown, California is the only state in this country is included in this new tour. Starting January 19th, The Game is going Europe to perform, beginning his venture in Norway.
Last year was an incredibly active year for Brad “Scarface” Jordan. The legendary lyricist set out on a Geto Boys tour, released an introspective memoir, Diary of a Madman: The Geto Boys, Life, Death, and the Roots of Southern Rap, and dropped his 12th studio album, Deeply Rooted. This Hip-Hop hero is set to hit the road in February to kick-off hisIcon tour.
Killer Mike has been one of the most politically outspoken representatives of the Hip Hop community over the last few years. The Atlanta-based emcee stopped by The Late Show With Stephen Colbert to discuss police brutality and white America’s reaction to the news of cops killing unarmed African-Americans.
On Curren$y’s latest album Canal Street Confidential, the New Orleans rhymer teams up with R&B singer Lloyd for the track “How High.” The song was set to include an interpolation from R. Kelly’s single “Did You Ever Think” featuring Nas.
If you were waiting on Gucci Mane to drop news about his release through his social media, you’re about to be disappointed. According to Complex, Atlanta’s hip hop mayor had his Twitter and Instagram accounts recently deleted for now reason. There hasn’t been any reason why the two social media profiles were canceled, but their removal follows consistent rumors that Gucci Mane would be out earlier than fans would have thought.
The year has already started with drama as Chris Brown stands accused of punching a woman, according to a recent report.
The alleged incident happened Saturday in the city of Las Vegas at the Palms hotel. The accuser says she was at a private party in Brown’s suite, according to TMZ. She managed to sneak her cellphone, getting around a security measure prohibiting them. She took a picture of Brown and he allegedly became enraged.
Natalie Cole has died. The singer, who crooned on “Unforgettable” and “This Will Be,” was 65.
Cole was a singing legend who was ailing and cancelled several performances and tours this winter. She cancelled several December performances in December and a tour in February, according to TMZ.
Wiz Khalifa ha had a really good 2015, even without full-length album released this year. However, it seems like the Taylor Gang founder is gearing up for a huge 2016. In a video released recently by Wiz’s crew, the Pittsburgh rapper thanked his fans for downloading Cabin Fever and also helping his prolific Furious 7 single “See You Again” garner more than 1 billion views on YouTube. Wiz also announced that he will be releasing a compilation of unreleased music titled Project Khalifa in January, as well as his next major label project Rolling Papers 2: The Weed Album.