While the anticipation builds for Rockie Fresh’s next release Driving 88, which is set to drop today (January 23), Rockie is gearing up for a few shows that will also feature Wale.
Driving 88 is Rockie Fresh’s follow up to his previous project The Otherside and features Casey Veggies, Phil Ade, and King Louie.
Drake performed for Sundance Film Festival patrons last night, despite being nearly three hours tardy to the show due to blizzard-like conditions in Park City, Utah.
Drake finally appeared and started the night off with “Up All Night” and segued to his first verse on “Forever,” at which point he introduced Toronto-based DJ Future the Prince.
Rapper Kid Cudi trashed an Australian concert stage after his performance at The Heatwave Music Festival was cut short, according to reports.
Cudi became frustrated when he was unable to perform his hit songs “Pursuit Of Happiness,” “Day n Night,” “Memories” and others.
Kansas City, Missouri’s Tech N9ne is gearing up for his “Hostile Takeover 2012″ Tour, which will include 90 shows in 99 days.
The tour will touch down in New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston, Atlanta, Dallas, San Francisco, Las Vegas, Baltimore, Denver and Seattle to name a few.
Rapper Rick Ross is involved in a paternity dispute with a Georgia woman, who claims he fathered her son.
A 36-year-old woman named Tyrisha Childers filed the paternity suit against Rick Ross in Broward County, Florida,TMZ reports.
Rappers Jay-Z and Will.i.am are among the celebrities comprising a wish list for the re-election campaign of President Barack Obama.
The list, which was leaked last week to the Nashville-based newspaper, The Tennessean, includes 194 potential campaign endorsers who are entertainers. In addition to Jay-Z and Will.i.am, singers Alicia Keys, John Legend and Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine comprise the list, as well as India.Arie, Jamie Foxx, George Clooney, Sara Bareilles, Arcade Fire, Counting Crows, Ricky Martin, Josh Groban, Chris Cornell, and Will.i.am’s fellow Black Eyed Peas member Fergie.
President Obama has taken a stance against SOPA (Stop Online Piracy Act), a bill that would allow the justice department to force Internet providers and search engines to block all sites accused of copyright infringement.
For now, it appears that President Obama has stalled the controversial legislation. Read the details according to Forbes.com:
A Las Vegas judge dismissed his cocaine possession charge stemming from his 2010 arrest.
In September of 2010, Bruno Mars (born Peter Gene Hernandez) was arrested for drug possession following a concert at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. He later plead guilty to having 2.6 grams of cocaine.
Hip-Hop legend LL Cool J will serve as host of the 54th annual Grammy a Awards this year.
This is the first time LL Cool J has served as host of the Grammys and it’s the first time in seven years, that the Grammy’s have had an official host.
According to reports, 28 employees have been laid off from Jay-Z's Rocawear offices in New York City.
That number equals half of the total staff in Rocawear's Manhattan office. The layoffs reportedly took place on January 6 and were due to "economic" problems.