DJ Whoo Kid just interviewed Migos on his Shade 45 show, “The Whoolywood Shuffle”, in promotion of their latest album “Yung Rich Nation”. Quavo & Takeoff explain how hard it is forOffset to still be locked up, especially with touring and shooting visuals; basically you don’t want to take him out of the videos so everything needs to be put on hold.
The Hip-Hop world has been rocked again with the presumed death of Sean Price, a rapper known for his brash lyrical style since the 90’s. Close friends and industry individuals confirmed his sudden passing. He was 43.
The cause of death was not immediately known, but sources have stated that he died peacefully in his sleep.
Earlier in the week, Tyga was to appear in an indie movie, but a missing passport kept him from appearing in an urban thriller.
Tyra was supposed to shoot in “Sleight,” but could not play the villain in the movie after losing his passport.
Legendary hip-hop group Public Enemy has announced that they will be releasing a new live album, Live from Metropolis Studios. The album was recorded during an intimate two hour long set at a show in London, UK in front of only 125 people. The 21-track effort, which is due out Sept. 4th, features tracks from their nearly three-decades in hip-hop. The album will feature interviews with Chuck D, Flavor Flav and S1W and will come in CD, Blu-Ray, Vinyl and DVD format.
During the Camden, NJ stop of Nicki Minaj’s “The Pinkprint” tour, Meek Mill decided to throw MORE shots at Drake. More blah blah blah business from Robert Williams.
Dr. Dre is reportedly worth over $700 million, so he is clearly not hurting for money. The legendary producer is forgoing collecting royalties from his latest album Compton: A Soundtrack in order to donate his profits from the project to help build a new performing arts and entertainment facility for the children in Compton.
An unlikely duo will be hitting the road together: ASAP Rocky and Tyler, the Creator.
For the Rocky and Tyler Tour, the two rappers will be passing through nine cities starting Sept. 19th. They will be passing through cities like New York, Philadelphia, Chicago, Houston and will wrap up their road trip in Dallas on Oct. 9th. More dates are expected to be added.
Meek Mill has not been cooperating with an ongoing lawsuit, so now the plantiff is going after his girlfriend along with other celebrity friends.
Meek had a wild party during Grammy weekend and it left the mansion trashed. The landlord warned the Philly emcee not to have more than six people on the property and since he didn’t adhere to the agreement and caused a huge amount of damage, he was hit with a lawsuit.
EA Sports has tapped numerous artists to provide music for the soundtrack to the popular video game Madden NFL 16. The tracklist includes cuts from The Weeknd, Fashawn featuring Nas & Aloe Blacc, King Los, Yelawolf, and more.
Who’s better to provide commentary on the hottest feud in Hip Hop at the moment than the man that created the classic diss track “No Vaseline”? Rap legend/actor Ice Cube was asked about the Meek Mill versus Drake battle, and the West Coast representative made it clear the rhymer from Toronto is in the lead at the moment.