G.O.O.D. Music recording artist and self-proclaimed “man on the moon” Kid Cudi has revealed his plans to release his upcoming third solo studio album, indicud, as a double-disc.
Cudi took to Twitter to let the news be known, “indicud will be a double disc LP.”
At the end of March, Big Boi announced the title of his upcoming sophomore solo album, Vicious Lies and Dangerous Rumors.
Two weeks later, Big Boi took to Twitter once again to reveal the album’s release date.
Award-winning producer Pharrell Williams of The Neptunes spoke to MissInfo recently about his upcoming collaborative project with Rostrum Records’ flagship artist, Mac Miller.
The project, titled Pink Slime, is set to drop later this month.
A New York lawyer claims the expensive watch Drake wears on the cover of his album Take Care, is actually his.
Noted music industry attorney James McMillan filed a lawsuit against Rafaello & Co over the watch in 2009.
Much was made of Freeway's presence on stage as Jay-Z announced via a press conference in Philadelphia that he would take part in a two-day "Made in America" art festival in the city.
"When I out about the whole festival, and Jay was going to be in Philly, I hit him...and he said 'come down,' and that's what happened," said Freeway in an interview on BET's "106 & Park." "Before he went on stage, he tapped me like, 'C'mon,' and I went up there."
Sean “Diddy” Combs has closed his Atlanta restaurant Justin’s, after 14 years of business.
A representative for Bad Boy Worldwide Entertainment Group confirmed the restaurant’s closing to the Atlanta Journal Constitution.
Philly rapper Meek Mill is taking his show overseas, with an upcoming tour of Europe.
Meek will hit the road beginning on July 4 with a stop in Rotterdam in the Netherlands.
50 Cent’s Cheetah Vision film company and production shingle Emmett/Furla have announced a new 10-film deal with Grindstone/Lionsgate.
50 founded Cheetah Vision in 2009 with Randall Emmett.
Producer Swizz Beatz helped raise millions of dollars Monday night (June 3) at a fundraiser sponsored by Samsung.
Swizz attended the #Hope4Children Gala, which took place at the American Museum of Natural History, which is located in New York.
After Nicki Minaj abruptly pulled out of Hot 97’s Summer Jam performance due to Peter Rosenberg’s remarks about “Starships,” Nas stepped up to the plate to fill her time slot and brought out Lauryn Hill during his set.
During an interview with Rap-Up, Esco weighed in on the controversy in the wake of the festival, stating that he’s been there before and that “These things happen.”