Jim Jones has announced the tour dates for his upcoming "Vampire Life: We Own The Night" tour, featuring opening act Nyemiah Supreme.
The trek kicks off in Cambridge, Massachusetts on February 28th at Middle East, with a special "Jim Jones & Friends NYC" show scheduled for the 29th at Gramercy Theatre. Additional stops include Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Baltimore, Maryland and Washington, DC, with plans to end the tour at Ft. Lauderdale, Florida's Green Room on March 14th.
Bay Area rapper Too $hort has announced that he will be featured in 10 new videos from famed filmmaker and documentarian Joslyn Rose Lyons.
The video series is directed and produced by Lyons’ company Jog9 Productions and is meant to promote Too $hort’s upcoming album, No Trespassing, due out February 28th on EMI,
Queens, New York rapper 50 Cent continues his mission to help feed millions of men, women and children who are starving in Africa.
The rapper landed in Dolo, Somalia yesterday (February 8), where tens of thousands of people are being affected by a famine in the country.
The world heard about the multiple performances of “N*ggas In Paris” during Jay-Z and Kanye West’s national tour as The Throne. Now, both the fans and masses in general can see the official music video for the hit single.
The battle between former drug baron Freeway Rick Ross and Hip-Hop star Rick Ross rages on in court.
The two men appeared in a Miami court last week, to give depositions in their ongoing trademark dispute over the name Rick Ross.
Lil Wayne will join a diverse group of artists for a performance during a special segment of the 54th Annual Grammys this year.
Lil Wayne will join artists like Chris Brown, Foo Fighters, deadmau5 and David Guetta during a tribute to dance/electronic music.
Rapper/singer/producer T-Pain has announced a new foundation in his hometown of Tallahassee, Florida.
T-Pain has launched the “If I Could Change the World” foundation, which will host a benefit concert in partnership with Florida State University’s Headliner Artists Series.
Cash Money is preparing to release the new installment of the Harlem Girl Lost series by author Treasure Blue.
“Get It Girls,” is the latest release from Cash Money Content, the book company that Cash Money CEOs Bryan “Baby” Williams and his brother Ronald “Slim” Williams launched in November of 2010.
“Get It Girls” is the latest installment of the Harlem Girl Lost series, which was formerly self published.
Last night (February 6th), Jay-Z put on what is being described by many as a legendary performance at New York City’s Carnegie Hall. Kicking off the show with his song “Public Service Announcement,” Jay-Z “reintroduced” himself to the sold-out crowd and pulled out all the stops for his fans.
Detroit rap star Royce Da 5’9 has announced that he will tour Canada starting next week, in support of his new solo album Success Is Certain.
The rapper will run through 14 cities on the new tour, with major markets like Winnipeg, Vancouver and Windsor included on the tour.