Ghostface Killah has revealed that he recently hit the lab with RZA to record tracks for a possible Wu-Tang Clan reunion album.
During an interview with MTV News, Tony Starks said that he has heeded RZA's request to have complete creative control over the potential LP. "Me and RZA spoke about that yesterday," said GFK. "He said that November is the 20th anniversary and he's trying to drop something in November. But he knows what it takes to go ahead and get there. He done studied the game now, he been around this shit for 20 years. Longer than 20 years.
Meek Mill’s debut album Dreams and Nightmares will be one of the top five releases in the country next week, by moving between 170-200,000 units.
The numbers are based off one day sales estimates for Dreams and Nightmares, which was released on Tuesday (October 30), just as Hurricane Sandy struck the East Coast.
Eminem is slated to executive produce Skylar Grey's upcoming debut album Don't Look Down, due in Spring 2013.
According to a press release, Grey enlists Eminem to sing the hook on the LP's Alex Da Kid-produced first single "C'Mon Let Me ride," which will release on December 11th. The video for the song was already shot in Detroit, Michigan and will be released the same day. On the track, Em reinterpolates the hook from Queen's "Bicycle."
Yonkers rapper Jadakiss is gearing up for a nationwide tour of Canada that will launch in late November.
The Lox/D-Block member will make 14 stops on the tour, including markets like Montréal, Toronto, Winnipeg and Ottawa during the tour, which will kick off on why.
With a statement reading ‘Happy Halloween from Tech N9ne,’ the Strange Music rapper and label leader released his Boiling Point EP today (October 30).
A self-proclaimed exploration of “his dark side,” the seven-track Boiling Point finds Tech N9ne surveying his inner demons with titles such as “Should I Killer” and “Paint On Your Pillowcase.” The visual for “Uralya” conjures images of dark and woodsy, torture scenes:
After getting into a serious car accident on Wednesday (October 24), Diddy appears to be doing well.
TMZ reports that the rap mogul was seen talking the streets of Los Angeles on Friday (October 26).
Rapper Lil Wayne was hospitalized yesterday (October 25), after having suffered from a medical ailment on a plane.
TMZ reports that Lil Wayne’s private jet made an emergency landing in Texas, after the rapper suffered seizure like symptoms.
Between attacking Rick Ross' latest mixtape, questioning Drake's credibility and even trashing Kendrick Lamar's debut LP, Shyne has been keeping himself busy taking other artists to task. Now, in an exclusive interview with AHH, the former Bad Boy once again sets his sights on his old boss Diddy.
Game didn't take too kindly to Shyne's comments referring to Kendrick Lamar's good kid, m.A.A.d city as "trash." Speaking with MTV News, the Compton, California rapper said that Po's music helped pique his interest in Hip Hop, stating that he's always supported the former Bad Boy rapper through times thick and thin.
Lil Wayne might not be able to vote in the upcoming election, but that doesn't mean he's uninterested in politics.
During an interview with MTV News, Weezy said that he's been brushing up on Barack Obama and Mitt Romney, stating that while he doesn't support one over the other, he's keeping up with their stances so he knows what to expect when the victor is decided.