Rick Ross is currently prepping the release of his upcoming album God Forgives, I Don't, set for release this summer on Def Jam.
During an interview with LeBlackEtLaPlume.com, Ricky Rozay said that he approached the project like director Martin Scorsese would a film, and confirmed that Jay-Z and Dr. Dre will officially be on the project.
Earlier this morning, Kendrick Lamar and Dr. Dre spoke with Power 106 LA’s Big Boy to discuss the new single “The Recipe.”
Before debuting the track, K. Dot and Dre revealed that the previous title for the song was “Women, Weed & Weather,” inspired by the three necessities of a West Coast lifestyle.
Young Buck and G-Unit have clashed over the past few years, ever since Buck began publicly feuding with group leader 50 Cent.
But even after all of the diss tracks and bad blood, Buck says that he wouldn’t mind rejoining the squad.
After several delays, DMX is finally ready to unleash his 7th studio album “Undisputed”. The new release date has been revealed to be June 26th.
Earlier this year, Drake came under fire from singer Ericka Lee, who claims the YMCMB rapper failed to pay her for her contributions to his hit song "Marvin's Room."
Now, Drake opens up about the legal situation and his feelings for Lee.
The trial of rapper Lil Boosie will start on April 30 and the controversy has already started.
Prosecutors have announced that they will use an anonymous jury for the first-degree murder trial of Lil Boosie.
Atlanta, Georgia, homegrown talent Lil Scrappy took a minute in between touring and recording his new album, to discuss the projects with AllHipHop.com.
Scrappy is working on his project The Grustle, in addition to building out his label the Grustle Gang.
Rappers Flo Rida and Machine Gun Kelly made high-profile appearances during tonight’s WWE Wrestlemania 28 event in Miami, Florida.
Not only was Flo Rida worked into the storyline during the PPV, he was the featured performer at 10:00 PM.
Queens rapper Nas remained relatively quiet when it came to speaking on the kidnapping of a concert promoter in Angola at the top of the year, but the rapper finally broke his silence on today’s (March 28) episode of “Rap Fix Live.”
The New Jersey promoter (Patrick Allocco) and his son were kidnapped by another promoter (Henrique "Riquhino" Miguel) involved in the event after Nas was a no-show at a New Year’s Eve gig he was scheduled to appear at.
50 Cent has announced the release of his upcoming Gangsta Grillz mixtape The Lost Tape with DJ Drama.
The G-Unit honcho, often credited for popularizing mixtapes on a mainstream level in the early ‘00s, is yet to release a project with DJ Drama. He last released The Big 10 in December 2011, and prior to that, dropped Forever King in July 2009.