Makonnen has decided to quit making music.
The singer/rapper took to Twitter over the weekend to explain the reasons why he was retiring, despite having such success in a very short period of time.
Remember Piñata, the critically acclaimed collaborative project by Freddie Gibbs and Madlib?
Well, the Indiana rapper and legendary Stones Throw producer are back together again and currently working on a new project.
Canadian rapper Belly is taking to the road in support of his song “Might Not” featuring The Weeknd, which is currently resting at #1 on Billboard’s Rhythmic Chart.
The “Dab Life” will be touring on the “Live From The Shadows” tour where he will perform songs from his upcoming album Another Day In Paradise.
Drake had a huge 2015. Besides taking a victory in his battle against Meek Mill, last year saw “Chaining Tatum” release two platinum certified projects and the smash hit “Hotline Bling.” Billboard now reports Drake was the top music act as far as earnings from streaming as well.
Recently Diddy spoke about his future plans in entertainment after he drops his final album No Way Out 2 and retires from recording music.
Culminating with an all-star line up for the 25 year Bad Boy Reunion in May, Diddy said the world tour that follows will be a “victory lap,” taking a page out of the Derek Jeter book.
French Montana is moving in to Selena Gomez’ old home after purchasing the Calabasas, California mansion at a discount.
The pop star placed her dream house on the market for $4.5 million in November, after less than two years in the property, following a stalker scare.
Today (April 29) incarcerated rapper Gucci Mane has dropped a surprise project dubbed Meal Ticket.
For fans that have been waiting to hear more from the “Bricks” rapper, this project will fill the void with 36 new songs.
Ashanti and Ja Rule are reportedly hitting the road for a headlining tour.
While future dates are coming, a single tour date at a casino in California has been announced.
Drake is all set to release his latest album ‘VIEWS’, formerly titled ‘Views From The 6′, on April 29th. Here is a look at the official artwork and tracklist for the project, which will come with 20 tracks.