Kevin Gates has been stirring controversy lately, but not with his music. After being formally charged with battery for kicking a teenage girl during a Florida concert, The Baton Rogue, LA native is trying to bring the attention back to his music.
Lil Durk had his tour bus shot up in Philadelphia Friday night over an unspecified beef.
One man in his 20’s was stabbed and died in the hospital. Apparently, an argument caused the fracas and then the gunfire resulted that evening (September 4). Why the bus was shot up is unknown.
Malik Yusef is set to drop his new project G.O.O.D. Morning, G.O.O.D. Night: The Leaquel, Unheard & Unfinished Joints later this month. The 11-track mixtape is the third installment in his GMGNseries, and it will feature appearances by CyHi The Prynce, Chip the Ripper, Raheem DeVaughn, Slick Pulla, JV, Ab-Live, Grande Marshall, Young Savage, and Megan Elizabeth.
Presidential candidate Donald Trump has not officially locked down the Republican nomination for 2016, but the billionaire is already commenting on a potential face-off for the White House in 2020. Trump spoke with Rolling Stone about rap superstar Kanye West’s announcement he is running for president in four years.
Rick Ross is looking to leave his legal woes behind and get back to releasing music. This time, he is dropping new music with little notice to his fans. The MMG boss revealed via his Instagram that he is dropping a new project, Black Dollar, on Sept. 3rd.
Chris Brown is facing a lawsuit from a man who was wounded at a private party he hosted back in January, CBS reports.
The “Autumn Leaves” singer hosted “Chris Brown’s Capricorn Bash” at the Fiesta Nightclub in San Jose, CA which ended in gunfire, leaving five people shot. Paul Briley, 22, was one of those victims and now he is taking legal actions against Breezy and Fiesta nightclub because of his injuries.
When Method Man and Mary J. Blige joined forces to put their spin on Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell’s 1968 track “You’re All I Need To Get By,” an instant Hip-Hop classic was born; quickly climbing the charts following the release of the Wu-Tang legends 1994 debut album, Tical.
After shocking the world with his plans to enter the 2020 presidential candidate, it has been announced that Kanye West will be putting on a concert dedicated to his fourth album, 808’s & Heartbreak.
The streaming wars just got very messy. Tidal exclusively streamed Lil Wayne’s “Lil Weezyana Fest” in New Orleans last night (August 28), and Tunechi brought out several guests including Juvenile, Turk, Mannie Fresh, and Master P. But when Wayne was ready to bring his Young Money artist Drake to the stage, the live stream cut off.
Young Buck has dodged jail time. Instead of serving time behind bars for faking a urine test, the G-Unit rep will attend rehab, complete 100 hours of community service and pay a $7, 500 fine,TMZ reports.
He was caught by a probation officer trying to transfer clean urine into a cup through a tube, which is a felony and could have led to him serving five years in jail.