Latest Hip Hop News
Rapper Ludacris will perform at controversial U.S. Navy base Guantanamo Bay in Cuba on America’s Independence Day.
On July 4th, the Hip-Hop star will perform for the families of Department Of Defense contractors who live on the base, where 89 suspected terrorists are incarcerated.
It’s been almost a month since Gucci Mane was released from jail early, and he’s already working on an official LP.
The Atlanta rapper recently took to twitter to announce that he’s working on a new album currently titled Everybody Lookin’.
50 Cent was arrested for using profanity during his set last night at a concert in on St. Kitts in the Caribbean.
According to reports, the former G-Unit rapper was told not to use the word “motherf***er during his set since profanity on stage is illegal on the island.
Cam’ron is coming out with his own strain of weed. The Harlem emcee is doing his homework on the subject too.
According to High Times, Cam spent a weekend at a development facility near San Francisco, conducting research on various strains, quality, and potency.
Rapper Schoolboy Q recently released the trailer for his upcoming album release Blank Face LP.
The visuals feature Schoolboy and friends having a normal day in the life in their South Central, Los Angeles neighborhood until they run into some major trouble with the law.
Kanye West will host an exclusive premiere before the launch of his “Saint Pablo Tour” in Los Angeles, where he will debut visuals for his single “Famous.”
The rap star will take over the Los Angeles Forum this Friday (June 24) to premiere the single, which is taken from Kanye’s seventh-consecutive #1 album, The Life of Pablo.
Snoop Dogg will be released new album on July 1st called ‘Coolaid’ . It is packed with 20 tracks and features from Wiz Khalifa, Jeremih, Swizz Beatz, Too Short, Trick Trick, E-40 and more.
Yesterday, Wale released a trailer to announce that he’ll be releasing a new mixtape titled “Summer On Sunset” Friday.
The video for the new project features images of Wale performing along with a voiceover from close associate, Jerry Seinfeld.
Rapper Gucci Mane has lined up his first post-prison gig for Atlanta, Georgia, this weekend.
The Hip-Hop star, real name Radric Davis, was set free on May 26, after spending almost two years behind bars.