Nas continues to battle the IRS, as the state of Georgia has just filed a lien against the rapper’s earnings. TMZ reports that the Georgia Department of Revenue has garnished Nas’ wages over taxes owed for 2006 2007, 2009 and 2010.
The rapper currently owes $1,083,435 to Georgia, which is now garnishing the rapper’s earnings from a tour with Live Nation.
Cash Money Records has reached a rather amazing milestone in the history of the record label: 500 million songs sold worldwide.
Cash Money Records, which was founded in 1991, had one of their best years in their 21-year history, which included sponsorship deals for Lil Wayne, awards for Nicki Minaj and a cover story for Billboard on founders Bryan “Birdman” Williams and Ronald “Slim” Williams.
Lil Wayne wasn't having it while in a deposition for a lawsuit, providing sarcastic answers to questions and vaguely threatening the lawyer by stating that "he can't save you in the real world."
During an interview with Booska-P, Fif mimics Weezy's responses, repeating what he said word-for-word before cracking a smile at the end of the clip.
Kendrick Lamar's secret show in Los Angeles didn't go quite as planned.
Aceshowbizreports that the rapper's "secret" free show, which took place at the Staples Center, home to the Los Angeles Lakers, was cut short by police.
Rapper Curren$y and his Jet Life crew will celebrate the release of Jet World Order 2 with a highly anticipated release party/performance in New York.
On Tuesday (November 20), the same day Jet World Order 2 lands in stores, Curren$y and company will be performing at the Highline Ballroom.
Business mogul 50 Cent recently revealed plans for his latest venture, SMS Promotions, a new boxing company that has officially been granted a promoters license by the Nevada State Athletic Commission.
Earlier in the year, SMS Promotions was also granted a license in New York, paving the way for 50 Cent’s new company to compete in the boxing arena on a major level.
Game is all set to drop his latest studio album “Jesus Piece” on December 11th. Here is a look at the feature heavy tracklist which contains appearances by Kanye West, Kendrick Lamar, 2 Chainz, J.Cole, Pusha T, Lil Wayne, Big Sean, Rick Ross, Common, Fabolous and much more.
A number of rappers and athletes private secrets will be shared in an upcoming book titled “JumpOff,” written by rapper/author Jara Everett.
Everett, who is self-publishing “JumpOff,” details her life stories since the age of 15, throughout adulthood.
Kanye West and Alicia Keys have been tapped to perform at the "12.12.12" concert to benefit victims of Hurricane Sandy.
According to the New York Post’s Page Six column, things allegedly got pretty heated between Hip Hop mogul Jay-Z and actor Robert De Niro during a birthday celebration for Leonardo DiCaprio.
The confrontation between the two stemmed from various phone calls De Niro made to Jay-Z that went unanswered. The actor was hoping to discuss a song Jay-Z was to record for the annual Tribeca Film Festival.