Hitmaka' discusses return to solo work after “Love & Hip Hop Hollywood” and making comeback track named after the woman he received domestic violence charges over.
A panel of industry veterans including Bun B & !llmind give you an independent artist's guide to getting ahead with Social Media.
"The Infamous" turns 20 tomorrow, and we take a look back at a more aggressive time in rap history as we recount Mobb Deep's most infamous beefs.
In this week's "Stray Shots," we examine the Hip Hop fan herself. Especially the ones you should avoid at all cost.
Open Mike Eagle's brand of Hip Hop may not be for you just yet, but it might be for your future self, or your best self.
A$AP Rocky sat down with Elliott Wilson for a special edition CRWN at the Tribeca Film Festival. Here were five key takeaways from the conversation.
Tech N9ne brings along Krizz Kaliko and Eminem for the sequel to All 6’s and 7’s posse cut “Worldwide Choppers” through “Speedom (WWC2).” Does Strange Music’s leader pull it off again?
Drake announces the Jungle tour with Future, Rihanna dispels rumors of her using cocaine.
Katt Williams sets the “Trap Queen” standards and someone uses a photo of Pitbull in the most creative way.
Chris Brown posts pictures of his daughter Royalty, and Kanye West jumps in a lake at a free show in Armenia.
"People's Instinctive Travels And The Paths Of Rhythm" turns 25 today, and we wondered something: where have all the Hip Hop groups gone?
Spanish Harlem native talks relationship with A$AP Yams and Duck Down debut "Sidewalk Exec."
Kendrick Lamar pointed to Earl Sweatshirt as his favorite artist right now, and so we decided to give you our list of the most exciting emcees under 21 years old.
Yelawolf's career may be set to take a turn with "Love Story" dropping next week, and, here, we run through a list of his must hear songs before you wear out that album come Tuesday.
Lil Wayne's run has been long, winding, and mostly dominant, and we're here to hypothesize that Young Thug may just spur Weezy to one more act of greatness.
"Where's the old Wiz?" jaded fans often ask. It turns out he's been right in front of you all along as we trace his evolution from "Kush & OJ" to present.