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With an established career at the Rick Ross-led Maybach Music Group, Philadelphia rapper Meek Mill has begun to branch out with his rap career thanks to his Dreamchasers Sports & Entertainment Summit, a new partnership with Monster, and other business ventures.
While speaking with HipHopSince1987 at the Dreamchasers Sports & Entertainment Summit, an event that brings “together some of the biggest names in both sports and entertainment,” Meek gave fans a look into his business mindset as he shared that he’s more concerned with competition rather than money.
YMCMB’s Mack Maine will be charged with sexual battery and assault, according to TMZ.
The YMCMB President allegedly groped a female fan while on Lil Wayne’s tour bus last week before punching her friend, the site says it has been told.
Information on three songs from Drake’s forthcoming Nothing Was The Same album has been released.
Slated for a September 24 release, the forthcoming project from the Toronto, Ontario, Canada rapper is slated to include a track called “Wu Tang Forever,” a cut named “305 To My City” and a song titled "Trophies"
Jay Z collaborated with acclaimed filmmakers Ron Howard and Brian Grazer to create the Made in America documentary, which is slated to air on Showtime October 11. Showtime's entertainment president David Nevins addressed the film in a press release.
Although Kendrick Lamar and Eminem were photographed together in June, Lamar recently revealed that he has not recorded in a studio with the artist sometimes known as Slim Shady.
"I wish," Lamar said in an interview with Los Angeles radio station Power 106. "We haven't really gotten a chance to build in the studio like that. I basically just met him for a second. But if I get that call, I'm definitely running."
Drake's father will be featured on his upcoming album, Nothing Was the Same.
"My dad is a star," Drake said in an interview with XXL, as reported by MissInfo. "That’s what you have to understand. I can call my dad right now and be like, 'Yo, dad, I need you to fly to shoot.' He’s always down. I’m living my dad’s dream.
Kendrick Lamar phoned in to Hot 97′s The Realnessand talked to Peter Rosenberg about his controversial “Control” verse and the response around it.
Kendrick stated he did not hear any word back from the MC’s he named and does not expect any problems
Lil Scrappy was arrested yesterday (August 28) after a fight at a Georgia gas station, according to TMZ. The "Love & Hip Hop" rapper says the fight started because a man was disrespecting his girlfriend, the site says.
"He was calling my girlfriend names and then put his hands on me...so I had to lay them paws on him,” Lil Scrappy said to TMZ.
Kendrick Lamar may be speaking to Hot 97 tomorrow morning but Big Boy and Power 106 LA just released Kendrick Lamar’s first response to the controversy around his “Control” verse.
Speaking frankly on, the embattled MC says he was surprised by the response but was able to gain perspective by speaking to the unnamed “ACTUAL Kings of New York” during the week of the MTV Music Video Awards: