Less than a week after announcing an upcoming collaboration LP with Freddie Gibbs, producer Ski Beatz has revealed the artwork and tracklist for his new album, 24 Hour Karate School: Twilight.
The new entry in Ski’s 24 Hour Karate School series boasts 11 tracks featuring the likes of Ski’s frequent collaborators like Curren$y, Stalley, Mikey Rocks, Trademark Da Skydiver, Smoke DZA, Tabi Bonney, Murs, Mac Miller, Nicole Wray, and more!
Toronto native Drake will perform at this year’s 2012 NHL All-Star Game, slated for Ottawa, Ontario, on this Sunday, January 29, according to an announcement made today (January 25). Joining Drake will be New York’s Outasight, as well as singer Javier Colon, who recently was crowned champion on NBC’s first season of The Voice.
The third studio album from Detroit rapper and former Shady Records artist, Obie Trice, has officially gotten a tracklist.
Bottoms Up will be released through Obie’s’ own independent music label, Black Market Entertainment.
While it has been weeks since Common and Drake have mentioned one another in rhyme form, they are still asked about their feud. Recently, Common was asked how this feud could end.
He took the opportunity to shed light on why the rhyme battle began, saying that he's prepared to "destroy," but adding that he doesn't dislike Drake personally.
Jay-Z & Kanye West's "Watch The Throne" slides back into the Top 10, as new releases from Yo Gotti and Schoolboy Q enjoy encore performances on the charts.
Both of last week's Hip Hop additions to the charts made an encore appearance. No new releases from the genre hit the Top 200 this week, as January continues to pad the numbers from the top commercial releases from last year as a string of exciting releases for Quarter 2 and sooner loom on the horizon for 2012.
French Montana recently announced that he signed with Diddy's Bad Boy Records after hinting that he was signing with Kanye West's G.O.O.D. Music.
Though he's remained mum about why he didn't contract with Yeezy, French spoke with Hot 97's Angie Martinez and finally revealed the reason why he snubbed 'Ye.
A media company has announced they have acquired the rights to two unreleased DMX albums, that will be released nationwide in 2012.
Seven Arts Entertainment has announced that they have acquired the assets of Michery Music, a production company owned by industry vet David Michery.
Ne-Yo has announced that he is parting ways with Def Jam and moving to Motown Records, where he will also serve as senior VP of A&R.
According to Billboard.biz, the smooth crooner is bringing his Compound Entertainment imprint to the label. He will serve as a producer and mentor to Motown artists and discover and sign new talent.
Cash Money’s Bryan “Baby” Williams has never been one to hide the fact that he likes to gamble and that he puts money on the big games.
This year’s Super Bowl is no different than last, as Birdman is again betting on arguably the world’s biggest and most highly televised championship game in sports.
Cleveland rapper Machine Gun Kelly recently spoke about his upcoming tour with Tech N9ne, that will feature the rappers performing 90 shows in 99 days.
Machine Gun Kelly is part of The 2012 Hostile Takeover Tour, which also features headlining artist Tech N9ne, and artists like Krizz Kaliko, Mayday, Prozak Stevie Stone and others.