Atlanta rapper T.I. will make it appears in his hometown, to sign autographs of his latest book “Trouble & Trial.”
T.I.’s new book is the follow-up to”Power & Beauty,” which was the rapper’s debut as a novelist.
Soulja Boy has been hit with another lawsuit, the second one in the past seven days. The Atlanta producer/rapper was involved in a serious car accident on June 23, after he allegedly crossed the double lines and smashed his Bentley into a Chevy, being driven by a pregnant woman.
Although Soulja Boy initially denied that he was behind the wheel, he eventually admitted to driving the Bentley that was involved in the car accident with a couple, Bobbiye Sullinger and Herman Flowers.
Rapper Wiz Khalifa could be in trouble with the Los Angeles Police Department, after a minor incident at a recent video shoot.
According to reports, the LAPD is seeking Wiz Khalifa, over a hit and run incident.
It's been a long, often-delayed road to its release, but now, fans will finally get the chance to hear 50 Cent's long awaited Street King Immortal this November 13. Now, in a recent interview with 102.5 KDON, the Queens emcee reveals some features he's lined up for fifth studio LP.
In addition to Alicia Keys and Dr. Dre, who appeared on his single "New Day," Fif revealed that that he's enlisted the likes of Eminem, Chris Brown, Trey Songz and Ne-Yo for the impending project. He said that in the past, he's shied away from out-of-house guest features, but this time around, he wanted to approach it differently.
Though he's heavy on promotional duties for G.O.O.D. Music's Cruel Summer, Pusha T is carving time into his schedule to finish up his full-length solo debut for Def Jam.
A legal dispute is broken out over the rights to distribute the latest album by Hip-Hop superstar DMX. Seven Arts Entertainment recently filed a lawsuit against music industry executives Craig Sussman and Charles Gullo, of In The Zone Entertainment.
The lawsuit claims Sussman and Gullo are interfering with Seven Arts’ rights to the Undisputed album by DMX, since the pair are also claiming distribution rights to the release
Nas and Lauryn Hill will hit the road together for the “Life is Good/Black Rage” tour, which will kick off this October. The 18-date tour what kickoff October 6 in Columbia, Maryland and will wind down December 31 at Radio City Music Hall in New York.
The tour takes its name from Nas’ latest #1 album Life is Good, as well as Lauryn Hill’s upcoming single “Black Rage,” which is due out this Fall.
Mississippi rapper David Banner continues to push forward his 2M1 Movement (2 Million 1 Purpose), a charitable cause aimed at raising money to give back to local communities around the United States.
According to David Banner, his 2M1 Movement has raised over $500,000 to date, since the project was launched in May with his album Sex, Drugs and Video Games.
Kanye West has been notoriously absent from promotional duties for G.O.O.D. Music's new album Cruel Summer, leaving artists like Big Sean, Common, Teyana Taylor and Pusha T to do the work. Breaking his silence on the project, 'Ye released a promotional clip discussing the creation of the album, stating that it spawned from his desire to create something great.
Lil Wayne stirred up controversy when he stated "Flat out, I don't like New York," drawing the ire of many New York emcees and certain radio personalities. Fellow Southern artist T.I. spoke on the matter recently.
"When I first came in the game, it was a feat for a Southern artist, let alone an Atlanta artist, to make his way up to Hot 97 and get himself mix show play, let alone...heavy rotation," said T.I. in an interview with Hot 97's Angie Martinez, which naturally led to a discussion of Lil Wayne's words.