Big Sean has created a Dark Sky Paradise for us. On Sunday, the rapper announced his follow-up to 2013′s Hall Of Fame with one picture:
The old adage “more money, more problems” seems to be as relevant as ever, especially if you ask Tyga.
Tyga is being sued by his former management team claiming they are owed millions for breach of contract.
We revealed a few days ago that Rae and Ghost would have a major announcement at this year’s Sundance Film Festival.
Later tonight, in Salt Lake City, UT, the duo will reveal that they will release a documentary on the 20th Anniversary of the seminal album Only Built 4 Cuban Linx. While the opus is regarded as a solo album for Raekwon, the documentary is a decidedly joint effort with Ghostface Killah.
Following his previous success with a similar model in 2013, Nipsey Hussle has sold at least 60 physical copies of his album Mailbox Money at $1,000 apiece, according to The Guardian. Two years ago, Hussle sold 1,000 copies of his album Crenshaw for a $100 each. Both Mailbox Money and Crenshaw were made available for free download upon release while the high-priced, limited run physical copies were promoted as a part of Hussle's #Proud2Pay campaign.
“It surprises me,” Nipsey Hussle told The Guardian of his latest rollout. “As much as I believe in it. Every time I get a transaction, I get a text on my phone, and I’ve been hitting them back. The feedback and the connection I have with these people help me understand the psychology of the person paying $1,000 for some songs that, realistically, you could download for free.”
Tyga and Chris Brown have been newsworthy for a ton of things outside their profession as of lately, but today, things are a bit different. Recently, Tyga announced the official release date of Fan Of A Fan: The Album, a collaborative project with singer Chris Brown. The tweet also featured the album artwork, which gives off an old school 90’s vibe.
With this news out now, it looks like Cash Money’s decline is imminent. A couple of months after Lil Wayne’s Twitter rant about Cash Money, he will now sue his mentor, Birdman.
According to TMZ, the two tried to make a settlement this week to keep them together. Unfortunately, neither could come up with a balanced compromise, and now Wayne is asking for 8 million and to be let go from Cash Money. The 8 million Wayne’s asking for is claimed to be an advance Birdman owed him for his latest album.
Lupe Fiasco discussed a wide range of topics in an interview billed as one of his last, on the Sway in the Morning broadcast, Thursday (January 22).
During the conversation, Lupe reflected on the crafting of his album, Tetsuo & Youth, his strained relationship with Atlantic Records and his social media spats with Kid Cudi and Azaelia Banks.
Atlanta, Georgia rapper T.I. didn’t hesitate in expressing his lack of interest when it concerns purchasing the Atlanta Hawks. TMZ Sports recently caught up with the Hustle Gang helmsman who offered a detailed response as to why purchasing his hometown’s NBA franchise wouldn’t be a wise business decision.
According to T.I., despite owning a team, those with more money would still be in control of the franchise.
In late October of last year it was announced that MMG artist Wale had been named as the creative liaison for the Washington Wizards basketball team.
Now, while discussing the benefits of the partnership with ESPN, the D.C. wordsmith revealed that as part of his duties he was in talks with Kanye West over designing new uniforms for the NBA team.
With his next album, Full Speed, on the way Kid Ink stopped by The Breakfast Club to dish about what fans could expect from his sophomore effort.
The tatted up spitter was bigged up by Lil’ Wayne after shouting him out on his new single “Hot Boy” and hit him up after Weezy showed love via Twitter and tried to get on his Sorry For The Wait 2 mixtape that dropped this week.