With new work on the way, B.o.B recently sat down to speak on his upcoming work with T.I. and his new single, "Strange Clouds."
Bobby Ray spoke with Nitecap about why he felt Lil Wayne fit the new single and how T.I. came out of prison "recording like Tupac."
Chicago bred rapper Common recently sat down with AHH in an exclusive interview to explain the most recent project The Dreamer / The Believer, produced by No I.D. and set to hit stores on December 20th.
Common released BE and Finding Forever to critical acclaim, but the rapper believes that this project is one of his favorites and best to date.
Between scoring a Grammy nod and having his debut LP Cole World: The Sideline Story go gold, it's been a big year for J. Cole.
Now, the Roc Nation rapper's boss Jay-Z recently spoke to MTV about his thoughts on Cole's recent Grammy nomination for Best New Artist.
Atlanta based rapper T.I. has announced that he will be releasing a new mixtape on January 1 at midnight.
Following a previous announcement about the tour, Drizzy releases the official dates for the North American and European trek.
Drake has announced the official North American and European dates for "The Club Paradise" tour.
The Roots have announced they will host their 5th Annual Christmas Jam this month in Brooklyn, New York.
The Philadelphia-based Hip-Hop band will hit the stage at Brooklyn Bowl on December 15, with the Music Unites Youth Choir.
Rapper Snoop Dogg will make his first appearance on “The Price Is Right” in January, during the show’s first-ever celebrity week special.
Snoop Dogg will join co-host Drew Carey and other celebrities, who will take on contestants for good causes.
T.I. has been hard at work on his new album Trouble Man, impacting in February 2012, and says that a lot of his recent music addresses his post-prison mindset.
Speaking with MTV News, Tip explained how many of the songs are “intellectually ignorant” and how his topics shifted following his release from jail.
Young Money CEO Lil Wayne will end 2011 as the top R&B/Hip-Hop artist, according to data released by Billboard magazine.
The rapper had a banner year, thanks to his hits album Tha Carter IV.
A one-year-old toddler who was shot in the head during a rap video died from his injury yesterday (December 9).
The child, Hiram Lawrence, was among the seven people shot on November 28, while people were gathered in front of a liquor store in West Oakland.