Forbes’ writer Hugh McIntyre controversially declared a “White Blonde Australian Woman Runs Hip Hop” in reference to Iggy Azalea’s recent success. Even though the publication has since changed the title, Nicki Minaj addressed the issue during her recent interview with The Breakfast Club.
In the article, McIntyre wrote that Minaj was “oddly quiet for months” even though she has released “Looking A*s Ni*ga”, “Chiraq”, “Yasss B*tch” and numerous features in the past 3 months. After laughing it off, Minaj explains Forbes’ role.
Fabolous has survived what he calls a "very shocking" car accident in Queens, New York, according to a post the rapper has made on Instagram.
"Good Morning IG...I just survived a car accident on the Van Wyck in Queens, NY. I wanna Thank God for not only letting me walk away with a few bumps & bruises but also for letting my driver Ruben & the two truck drivers involved walk away alive also. This was my 1st time being in a car accident. It's a very shocking experience & may change my outlook on how fast things can happen & you're put into a life threatening situation. Live, Love, & Celebrate Life. #Blessed," the rapper said on the social media platform.
Future and Ciara have reason to celebrate.
Capitol comeback. Less than three months after 50 Cent left Interscope Records to sign with Caroiline/Capitol Records, The-Dream has followed suit.
A month before 50 Cent announced his severing of ties with Interscope Records, The-Dream announced on his personal Instagram account that he was leaving Def Jam after seven years. The-Dream did not formally announce his signing to Capitol Records, however as Hip Hop-N-More reports, his latest iTunes single “Black” has his label listed as “Capitol Records”
Kid Cudi’s comments about the current state of Hip Hop earlier this year are still garnering responses from other individuals in the culture. Speaking with Power 105′s The Breakfast Club, Maybach Music Group rapper Meek Mill offered his defense of the type of rap music he felt Cudi was referring to with his remarks.
After his set at Hangout Festival in Golf Shores, Alabama, Wiz Khalifa dropped some news about what's to come from him in the musical realm.
Speaking with MTV on a beach, the Pittsburgh native told reporter Nadeska Alexis he plans to drop a mixtape before his long awaited fifth studio album, Blacc Hollywood. Titled 28 Grams, Wiz says the tape will be hitting the Internet faster than one might think.
Before performing at Power 106’s Powerhouse concert last night (May 17), Nicki Minaj divulged some information about her upcoming The Pink Print album and announced a new single to be released this upcoming Wednesday (May 21).
“I’m very excited,” she said of the album. “I turned down a lot of features this year just because I wanted to focus on that feel first. Actually we are going to drop a single on Wednesday for The Pink Print so I’m very excited.”
Game, who recently spoke about racism in Los Angeles night clubs, says he's resolved the issues with some of the clubs he questioned.
"After having a long & positive meeting today with @mrtoxicdayparty & the @lasfinestonline team.... We have privately settled the matter," he says on Twitter.
British promoter Christian Ezechie of Executive Decision is looking for Rick Ross in order to serve him papers, but he cannot seem to find him, according to a recent report.
Ezechie allegedly booked Rozay and the MMG crew for a show in the UK, but claims the entertainers took his $200,000, never to perform.
Meek Mill has not released a body of work since Dreamchasers 3 back in September 2013. In a recent Instagram post, Meek Mill previews new music and unveils a certain all-star collaboration he has in the works.
Earlier today, Meek Mill previewed two songs on his personal Instagram account entitled “Mo Money” and “Wrongs” featuring Gourdan. However, in both of the videos a song entitled “Scarface” is clearly shown and says to have one version featuring just Jay Z and Nas. Another version shown in the videos has the song “Scarface” featuring only Nipsey Hussle.