Legendary Run-DMC group member Darryl “DMC” McDaniels has announced he is dropping a brand-new album titled Rock Solid.
The first single from the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame member’s new album is a double-sided release titled “Attention Please!” b/w a track titled “Rock Solid.”
In a move as unexpected as it is contentious, Busta Rhymes officially signed to Cash Money on Wednesday. While details of the deal are unclear, the pioneering emcee will surely join Lil Wayne, Drake, and Nicki Minaj, on the Young Money roster.
The Roots have announced a special set of performances to support their highly anticipated album, undun, the group’s first concept album.
The Roots will hit the Highline Ballroom in New York City starting on November 29th and will play subsequent dates on November 30th and December 5th.
Earlier today (November 15), Atlanta native and Disturbing Tha Peace founder, Chris “Ludacris” Bridges, released his new, mostly Southern-fueled mixtape, 1.21 Gigawatts: Back to the First Time.
1.21 Gigawatts is being released following Ludacris’ brief hiatus from music over the past few years to focus on acting. Since 2009, Ludacris has starred in over five films, including Gamer, No Strings Attached, and Fast Five, and he released one musical project, Battle of the Sexes, last year.
Brooklyn, New York rapper Lil’ Kim has announced that she is working on a brand-new book and a documentary.
According to Lil Kim, the untitled release may come as a package, which will focus on her life, as well as her “comeback,” after serving a year in federal prison.
R&B singer Trey Songz is going after a reality show star he has accused of stealing his signature “YUUP” catchphrase.
Trey’s lawyer sent a cease and desist letter to Dave “The Mogul” Hester of “Storage Wars,” claiming that his usage of the phrase during the show’s auction segments.
Rap veterans Mobb Deep have announced the release date for the inaugural album from their new record label, Infamous Records.
The group’s new EP Black Cocaine will be released in two different versions.
Rappers Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa have announced they will hit the road together this December during “The High School Tour.”
The nationwide, six date outing will kick off December 5 at smaller venues, starting in New York, at Terminal 5.
During a recent trip to New York, Compton's Kendrick Lamar spoke on the latest Detox "rumor" and confirmed new work with Just Blaze.
The Top Dog Entertainment emcee also explained how he introduced himself to Just Blaze in the studio and how they ended up working with one another.
No Limit Records Forever founder/rap mogul Master P. is planning a return to rap with the release of a new album titled TMZ – Too Many Zeros.
The news of the album comes three years after Master P announced a name change, in addition to a hiatus from the rapping side of the business.