DMX has opened up about his personal struggles, speaking to Arizona’s ABC 15 about his bipolar disorder, fight to beat drug addiction and dog fighting.
During the interview, he revealed that he suffers from bipolar disorder, which causes severe mood swings between mania and depression.
Eminem is renowned for various facets of his emceeing ability, but none perhaps more than his scathing disses.
Whether it be "Nail in the Coffin," "The Sauce," "Girls," or a slew of other tracks, Slim Shady has proven himself to be no slouch when it comes to penning insults.
Kanye West is one of several investors in Turntable.fm, an increasingly popular social network where users can upload and play songs for others.
According to Business Insider, ‘Ye and Lady Gaga join Union Square Ventures as investors in the site. As investors, the artists contributed to a $7.5 million financing that took place last month at a $37.5 million valuation.
Game has spent nearly three years working on his oft-delayed project The R.E.D.
Album, which he finally finished just last week. Before the LP drops on August 23rd, the Compton, California native spoke with MTV News’ Sway Calloway on RapFix Live to discuss details surrounding the album, most notably revealing that Dr. Dre narrates the entire offering.
Rapper Lil' Wayne has been hit with a $15,000,000 lawsuit over the hit single “BedRock.”
Done Deal Enterprises, based in Waynesboro, Georgia, filed a lawsuit against Lil Wayne, Young Money Records, and Cash Money Records, in the United States District Court, Southern district of New York, over the song.
Despite the fact that virtually no album goes un-leaked these days, one manager believes that his camp has discovered a way to keep one of the most highly-anticipated Hip Hop albums from getting to the masses ahead of time.
John Meneilly, Jay-Z's manager, believes that Jay and Kanye West's album, Watch The Throne, is on lock down. “It is not going to leak,” tweeted Meneilly.
After several months of speculation within the industry, DJ Scream has signed a six-figure deal with Rick Ross' Maybach Music Group/Warner Brothers.
The duo, having collaborated in the past, began dealing with rumors circulating around the signing in April.
After years of building a buzz, Machine Gun Kelly has announced a partnership signing of his EST 19XX shingle to Bad Boy and Interscope Records.
In a video that shows him signing the contract next to Sean "Diddy" Combs and Jimmy Iovine, the DX Next alum explains how he’s grown from being homeless in Cleveland, Ohio to rocking in front of thousands of people.
Drake dropped off “Headlines” this past weekend, marking the first official single off his upcoming album Take Care.
But according to the man himself, it’s not the best song on the LP and that he went with the track because it represents where he’s at right now.
Fresh out of his seven-month prison sentence, DMX is hard at work on his comeback album, tentatively titled Redemption of the Beast.
Speaking with Billboard.com’s The Juice, Dark Man X explains that he has been working “nonstop, every day” on the project, which he hopes to release before December.