The second BET Hip Hop Awards cypher features Reek Da Villain, 2 Chainz, Busta Rhymes & Ludacris.
DMX and Swizz Beatz run through some of DMX’s classic records like ‘Ruff Ryders Anthem’, ‘Party Up’ and more at the 2011 BET Hip Hop Awards.
The trial for a man accused of murdering man on behalf of rapper Lil Boosie was delayed earlier this week.
Michael “Marlo Mike” Louding is accused of murdering six men, including rapper Christopher “Nussie” Jackson.
Cypher: Yelawolf + Slaughterhouse + Shady = Boom! Yela speed raps, Joe Budden sabotages the throne, Crooked I mean mugs his way through his set, Joell Ortiz gets on through affirmative action, Royce Da 5’9” hollas at Rihanna and Eminem, well, is Eminen. Fiyah!
Compton rapper Game has announced U.S. tour dates for his upcoming “The R.E.D. Album Tour,” which will touch down in 24 cities over the course of the next two months.
The tour will kick off at its first stop on October 4 in San Diego, CA at 4th & B, and wrap up on November 17 in the House of Blues in Dallas, Texas. Check out a full list of tour dates below.
New Orleans bred/Miami-based rapper Lil’ Wayne recently took the time to give a public service announcement to his fans and most importantly, those who have followed his career over the years.
In a 30-minute video that includes a tour around his Miami home, Wayne pays tribute to the late Steve Jobs and then covers an assortment of topics.
Last week, Talib Kweli appeared at the Occupy Wall Street protest, performing a new song "Distraction" and Black Star's "Thieves in the Night."
Speaking with NYDN, Kwe explained why he ventured down to the Financial District in New York City, New York, stating that he was taken by the movement.
Shady Records artist Yelawolf has announced a final November 21st release date for his debut album Radioactive. The album, which was initially set to hit shelves on September 27th and later pushed back to October 24th, will be released on Ghet-O-Vision, Shady Records, and Interscope Records.
Rap star 50 Cent will star in a new action thriller movie titled “The Pursuit,” which will be directed by Jesse Terrero, who has also signed a three-picture deal with the rapper’s Cheetah Vision Films and Emmett/Furla Films.
The movie centers around a cop and a criminal, who are teamed together by accident in pursuit of a bank robber who has crossed both men.
In order to give fans the experience he knows "Take Care" is capable of, Drake has decided to push back his sophomore album to Nov. 15, originally slated to hit shelves on his birthday (Oct. 24). Earlier today (Oct. 8), Drizzy Drake took to his site, October's Very Own, to inform his fans that he decided to push back "Take Care" in order to include three samples he's currently waiting on.