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Female Rapper Claims Jay Z’s Attempted Cheating Sparked Infamous Elevator Fight With Solan…
A female rapper claims she's at the root of the problem that caused the elevator fight between Jay Z and Solange.
Childish Gambino Hints at Collaborative EP With Chance the Rapper
Two of hip-hop's buzzy newcomers may be joining forces. Childish Gambino hints that himself and Chance the Rapper are in the studio working on a new EP together.
French Montana Slammed by ‘Martin’ Actress Tichina Arnold Over Rapper’s Instagram Photo
Watch what you post on Instagram. French Montana learned that the hard way this weekend. After posting an unflattering image of Tichina Arnold on the social network, the rapper was berated by the actress, who questioned his celebrity and contributions to society.
A$AP Mob Show Off on ‘Hella Hoes’
Money, hoes and clothes. This perennial rapper mantra inspires A$AP Mob's new single, 'Hella Hoes.'
Funkmaster Flex Blasts Damon Dash for Selling Out, Not Paying Artists
After being dissed by Damon Dash earlier this week for defending "culture vultures," Hot 97's Funkmaster Flex responds with some very choice words.
Chris Brown Collaborating on New Music With James DeBarge in Prison
Chris Brown is in prison but he's not letting his talents go to waste. The singer is collaborating with fellow singer James DeBarge on new music.
Mariah Carey, Wale Debut ‘You Don’t Know What to Do’ on ‘Today’
Mariah Carey debuts new song with Wale on the 'Today' morning show as part of their summer concert series.
Nas Launches Independent Label Mass Appeal Records
Nas is launching Mass Appeal Records that will serve as an independent label for two releases: a 'Lost Tapes 2' project and a posthumous Pimp C album.
Frank Ocean Back in the Studio Working on Second Album
The wait is over. Two years after his seminal album 'Channel Orange,' Frank Ocean is working on his sophomore follow-up.
Diddy Changes Name to Puff Daddy for ‘MMM’ Album
Diddy is the master of name changes and has called himself everything from P. Diddy and Puffy to Sean Combs during his career. The Bad Boy head is going back to his roots and announces that he's now going by his original stage name, Puff Daddy.