Rapper Drake recently sold his Miami condos to Miami Heat point guard Mario Chalmers.
The two side-by-side apartments sold for $2.4 million, almost $100,000 less than the original asking price.
Rapper Lil Wayne has partnered with Mountain Dew to build a skate park in his hometown of New Orleans.
The new deal is part of a new partnership between Lil Wayne, Mountain Dew and Blueprint Group.
During a recent session of a U-Stream chat, Obie Trice was able to address several topics. The Detroit emcee announced that his new mixtape Watch the Chrome would be coming out soon. He also shared his top 5 favorite albums and discussed newer emcees.
"Watch the Chrome coming out Monday," he shared. "Shout out to everybody who supports Bottom's Up. The album's coming out April 3. I just saw the first draft of the video. The video is funny, it's good. I do me, do it like I do it. That's what it is, man."
Rap superstar Jay-Z will treat to fans a free concert this summer in the UK.
Jay-Z will headline Radio 1′s Hackney Weekend, which takes place in Hackney Marshes.
Three top Hip-Hop/R&B artists were certified five times platinum last month by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).
Rapper Flo Rida Electronica/Hip-Hop/Electronic group LMFAO and Bruno Mars all received plaques for selling over 5 million downloads of their most popular singles.
West Coast based Top Dawg Entertainment, the home to Jay Rock, Kendrick Lamar, Schoolboy Q and Ab-Soul, has just signed a joint venture deal with Aftermath/Interscope Records, according to the company’s founder Anthony “Top Dawg” Tiffith.
The label is set to release an official press release giving more details about the deal shortly.
50 Cent is slated to perform his 2003 debut Get Rich or Die Tryin' in its entirety at the Shady 2.0 Showcase at this year's South By Southwest festival.
Additional artists on the bill include Shady Records signees Slaughterhouse and Yelawolf. Sway Calloway will also host "The Next Phase," which features performances from Big K.R.I.T., Schoolboy Q, Action Bronson, Don Trip, STS and The Foodchain.
Compton rapper Game, who was recently granted an appeal in an ongoing $5 million defamation case, spoke with XXL and announced the title of his fifth studio album, F.I.V.E. (Fear Is Victory’s Evolution), as well as the significance behind its name.
After announcing the project last year, Tech N9ne has finally revealed the tracklisting and cover art for his upcoming release, the KlusterfukEP.
Tech is planning to release the 6-track EP on March 13, exactly 11 days before he embarks on the “Hostile Takeover Tour” with Machine Gun Kelly, Krizz Kaliko, ¡Mayday!, and more.
Rapper Game has caught a break in a $5 million defamation case, as a judge recently granted the rapper an appeal.
Game, born Jayceon Taylor, was on the losing end of a defamation of character lawsuit filed by five Greensboro police officers, who arrested the rapper in the Four Seasons Mall in October of 2005.