When kids dress up for Halloween they usually don costumes of their favorite cartoon characters. But these cool kiddies took it to the next level and dressed up like their favorite rappers and singers.
If you're familiar with Kendrick Lamar’s music, you can easily hear the influence of West Coast hip-hop in his songs. Last month, the Compton rapper penned a tribute to his idol, the late rapper Tupac Shakur, on the 19th anniversary of his death...
Suge Knight is often the key culprit at the end of rap conspiracy theories, including a widely thought belief that he had something to do with the death of Tupac Shakur. But in an interview on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live,' unearthed from 2003, Knight fuels another conspiracy -- that he might be behind the death of one of the most notorious rappers, Eazy-E.
The late Eazy-E made his posthumous return at the 2013 Rock the Bells festival in San Bernardino, Calif., Saturday (Sept. 7). The hologram of the Compton rapper performed with Bone Thugs-N-Harmony on what would have been his 50th birthday.