After weeks of speculation, Maybach Music Group (MMG) head Rick Ross announced today (May 2) that he has signed former B2K singer and actor, Omarion, to his growing label roster.
The announcement of the Omarion addition was made at an invitation-only press conference at New York City’s Eventi. Label representatives, press, and industry tastemakers were on-hand to welcome the new artist to the roster that includes Rick Ross, Meek Mill, Wale, Masspike Miles, Teedra Moses, and others. MMG is distributed through Warner Bros. Records.
Birdman has announced the signing of DJ Khaled's We The Best imprint to Cash Money Records.
During an interview with MTV News on the set of the video for "Take It to the Head," Baby revealed that he has partnered with DJ Khaled to release music from artists under his imprint, which houses Ace Hood and Mavado. The first of the bunch to release music under Cash Money will be Hood.
After receiving a citation for marijuana possession last week, Wiz Khalifa was busted again for having pot on his person, marking the second time in 10 days that he has had a greenery-related run-in with the law.
According to TMZ, Khalifa was ticketed for weed possession after his concert last night in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Police discovered 11.39 grams of the stuff during a search of the rapper and his tour bus.
Nicki Minaj is set to embark on her first headlining North American tour this summer in support of her recently-released sophomore studio album, Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded.
Nicki, who is scheduled to head overseas for a number of dates beginning in June, is back in full-swing as she continues to promote her new album which sold over 250,000 copies in its first sales week. The YMCMB rapper and singer also recently inked a massive endorsement deal with Pepsi.
The trial of Baton Rouge, Louisiana rapper Lil Boosie begins today (April 30) in the rapper’s hometown.
According to The Advocate, 150 local residents will fill out forms to begin the selection process.
“Love & Hip Hop” star Olivia has announced a new deal with producer Jerry “Wonda” Duplessis.
The former G-Unit singer has signed with Wonda’s newly launched entertainment company Wonda Music.
Last week, Stalley hosted the first-date of his tour last week at Club Eve in Miami, Florida in support of his new mixtape “Savage Journey To the American Dream.”
The rapper took the time to discuss his upcoming untitled debut for Rick Ross’ label Maybach Music Group.
Young Jeezy finally received a well-deserved nod from President Obama at the White House Correspondants Dinner Saturday night.
After being asked what would happen a second term, the president joked to the glee of the audience in attendance.
As the release of his third solo album, Bottoms Up, drew nearer, Obie Trice began hinting at the reasons behind his departure from Shady Records.
In a recent interview with GlobalGrind, the Detroit native spoke a bit more candidly on the matter.
While everyone from Nas to Raekwon praised Dr. Dre's decision to bring a hologram of Tupac Shakur onstage to perform live at Coachella, the move has left some artists with a bad taste in their mouths.
Now, in a recent interview with Vibe, Brick Squad representative Waka Flocka Flame explains why he didn't like the virtual performance.