ILoveMakonnen is ready to have the charts going up with the release of his first album.
During his 35-minute set at Billboard Hot 100 Fest (Aug.23), the OVO Sound rep announced that his album will drop in October, reports. He didn’t reveal the date. The L.A based artist also debuted two new tracks while on stage, but didn’t provide the titles.
Weeks before its release, Travi$ Scott has unveiled the cover for his upcoming album, Rodeo. On the artwork, the “3500” rapper is depicted as not your average action figure with a head full of his signature braids, tattoos and gold chains.
Tyga’s latest project, The Gold Album: 18th Dynasty, had lackluster sales and he is hoping for a do over with his new mixtape.
The former Young Money rep has revealed the tracklist and cover for his upcoming mixtape, Fuk What They Talkin’ Bout. T-Raww kept the features light on the 15-track tape, with only one appearance from rapper A.E.
Just a few days before hitting the stage as the headliner for LA’s FYF Fest, Frank Ocean backed out as the main performer. His reason is vague, saying that he “has decided on his own terms to cancel his appearance,” according to FYFfest.com.
A woman that is suing rapper 2Chainz for calling her a “Thot” is heading to court and repping herself.
Christine Chisholm made the revelation to news station WBTV in Charlotte, North Carolina.
As fans await the official release date for Jay Rock’s sophomore effort 90059, he has released the tracklist and cover art to ensure that it is on its way. The cover is simple, with a black and white color scheme, a hand is pictured with the fingertips scratched out, which surely has a deeper meaning than what the eye can see.
The members of N.W.A did an interview with Kendrick Lamar, and the TDE emcee asked Ice Cube, Dr. Dre, MC Ren, and DJ Yella to name some of their favorite rappers at the moment. Both Ren and Dre mentioned Virginia representative Pusha T.
Scarface returned to The Breakfast Club this week. The Houston Hip Hop legend spent nearly 40 minutes talking about the latest happenings in his career. Face revealed he is working on new music, but made it clear he is not attempting to conform to modern rap in order to reach young listeners.
The number of legal situations involving Bryan “Birdman” Williams just increased by one. TMZ reports producer DVLP is suing Birdman and Cash Money Records for missing payments.
Obviously, Twitter and other social media sites did not exist when Ice Cube famously faced-off against his former group N.W.A in their classic battle.
But would it have been different if the crew were able to use “Twitter fingers” back in the late 1980’s/early 1990’s? Cube and DJ Yella were asked that question during an interview withWatchLOUD.