Big Sean has joined The Get Schooled Foundation’s “Wake Up” campaign, to encourage students to attend school.
The Detroit rapper joins celebrities Victoria Justice, Brandy, Sean Paul and “106 & Park’s” Terrence J. and Rocsi, for this year’s campaign.
Young Money’s Nicki Minaj recently revealed the tracklisting for her sophomore studio album, Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded, which is scheduled to hit stores on April 3.
Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded features 17 tracks while the deluxe edition will contain 22. Young Money founder Lil Wayne is featured on the album twice, while Drake, despite having crafted several certified hits with Nicki in the past, appears only on the highly-anticipated track “Champion” alongside Nas and Young Jeezy.
Many artists who achieve success on the level of fame, money, and chart-topping albums agree that the urge to stray from what brought them to the table can be a challenge.
However, Questlove credits his former Def Jam boss, Jay-Z, for keeping him and his group, The Roots, musically and artistically intact.
Rapper Lil’ Wayne hit the stage last night (March 15) in Austin, Texas during the annual SXSW music conference.
Lil’ Wayne took the opportunity to introduce pieces from his new clothing line Trukfit.
It’s been over 10 years since Detroit’s D12 made their major label debut, Devil’s Night. Since then, the group has undergone challenges – the most significant being the death of leader, Proof, in 2006.
Following his death, Denaun Porter stepped up to act as rapper Eminem’s hypeman during his infrequent stage shows.
Atlanta artist Future sat down with AHH to break down his debut effort on Epic Records titled Pluto.
Describing his style as “Pluto Music,” Future explained to AllHipHop.com that the effect often used on his voice has a lot to do with the way he talks.
Cee Lo Green is teaming with Daryl Hall of Hall & Oates for an episode of the hit series “Live from Daryl’s House.”
Cee Lo will make an appearance on the show, which is an award-winning web series, as well as a nationally syndicated show that features the legendary Daryl Hall performing alongside other notable acts.
The start of its inaugural season is less than two months away and the newly-formed Lady Arena Football League (LAFL) already has a celebrity supporter in rapper Snoop Dogg.
WENN reports that the West Coast rap veteran has become a part owner of the Los Angeles Rideretts by buying shares in the team. Tryouts for the Rideretts were held last Saturday (March 10) in Carson, California.
United States rap star Wale has been tapped to be featured in a groundbreaking production by the Royal Ballet in the United Kingdom.
Wale will be joined by pop singers like Boy George, The Kills, Johnathan Pierce of The Drums and Allison Mosshart, who will take part in the ballet “Carbon Life.”
After announcing the title of his fifth studio album, F.I.V.E. (Fear Is Victory’s Evolution), last week, Game has revealed some information about his upcoming mixtape, California Republic, which is set to drop before the end of the month.
The Compton rapper told Billboard that California Republic will “have some new and upcoming artists from out this way,” and that fans “can expect my mixtape to do what it always does, which is consist of a lot of good music and be a lot better than most artists’ albums.”