Representatives for Rick Ross’ Maybach Music Group have released a statement about inaccurate reports surrounding the roster’s appearance at the Best of Summer Concert in Kingston, Jamaica.
Reports surfaced that the entire Maybach Music Group roster, including Wale, Meek Mill and Stalley, would perform at the Best of Summer Concert, which takes place on June 22.
The defense rested their case today (May 10), without calling a single witness in the first degree murder trial of Torrence “Lil Boosie” Hatch.
After six days and 27 witnesses, the prosecution called their last witness, Rachel Wagner, Terry Boyd’s sister and the mother of Hatch’s five-year-old daughter.
Detroit rapper Big Sean will return to his hometown to serve as principal of the day at Lincoln High School.
This Monday (May 14), Big Sean will serve as principal at Lincoln High as a reward for the students, who increased their attendance by 8.56% as part of the “Get Schooled” campaign.
Rapper Kid Cudi has been added as a headliner of the Governors Ball Music Festival.
Kid Cudi is slated to perform a special closing late night set on Saturday, immediately after Passion Pit performs their headlining set.
After the enormous success that YMCMB recording artist Drake had on the first run of his “Club Paradise Tour” last year, the Toronto native wasted no time putting together a second U.S. legthat recently kicked off in Concord, California.
Drake is now giving undiscovered and up-and-coming artists the opportunity of a lifetime, as they can now compete to open for him on 20 “Club Paradise Tour” dates if they win a currently running contest.
Wu-Tang Clan member Ghostface Killah is gearing up for a tour of Australia and New Zealand next month.
While overseas, Ghostface will perform at several festivals, in addition to spot dates in the countries.
Def Jam recording artist Big K.R.I.T. has announced cities and dates for his upcoming “Live From the Underground Tour,” which he will embark on in support of his major label debut of the same name.
On July 11, one month after K.R.I.T.’s Live From the Underground is released, the Mississippi native will hit the road and kick off his tour, with special guests who have yet to be named, in Detroit, Michigan.
Harlem rappers Cam’ron and Vado have announced that they will release a new album titled More Gunz, Less Butta this June.
The album is the follow-up to their debut project Gunz N’ Butta.
A highly anticipated acting role featuring rapper Eminem has been delayed, so the rapper can work on new music.
According to the Detroit Free Press, Eminem has delayed plans to start filming the movie “Southpaw,” said that he could get into the recording studio.
Former Bad Boy G. Dep was sentenced to 15 years in jail for a 1993 shooting that he confessed to in order to clear his conscience.
He’d later find that the victim of the shooting died after confessing to police in Harlem in 2010.