Big Sean has revealed the music video for "Blessings", his all-star collaboration with Drake and Kanye West. All three rappers pop up in the Darren Craig-directed video, which was shot in London a few weeks back. Be sure to grab Big Seans "Dark Sky Paradise" album which hit #1 this week beating out Kid Rock. #Blessed
Kanye cracks me up when his vocal inflections in interviews keep changing up. It's like people who use a certain voice when they are working in a corporate environment as compared to how they REALLY speak when they are off work, the tie is off, & they get around your boys talking sh*t. Hahaaaa! Check out another interesting interview of Kanye with BBC 1 Radio's Zane Lowe as the Chicago icon discusses everything from the possibility of having more kids, the direction of his new album, dealing with the fashion industry, giving props to Drake & more. He also breaks down in tears when discussing his friend in the fashion industry that passed.
Tensions between Diddy and Drake are still sky high after their Miami fight - and now Drake's longtime mentor is blasting Diddy, Suge Knight, Lil Wayne and Birdman in a blistering diss track.
Late last week it was reported that Lil Wayne was preparing to sue Cash Money Records' co-founder Birdman for an alleged $8 million.
After expressing his desire to no longer be held captive by Cash Money Records, Lil Wayne decides to take matters in his own hands. The Young Money CEO releases the long anticipated, "Sorry 4 The...
Chris Brown announces he's a free man loud and clear! First while on stage in Los Angeles Power 106's Cali Christmas concert, Brown threw a jab at on and off again girlfriend Karrueche Tran. "How many single ladies we got in here tonight," he said. "Well, I'm single too. F*ck that bi*ch." If that wasn't clear enough he took to social media seemingly putting the nail in the casket in their relationship. The below posts are now removed but not before screen shots were snagged.
In the past few months we've seen artist express disapproval with being an artist on Cash Money Records, but never would we have thought one of those artist would be Lil Wayne.
Jas Prince filed suit against Cash Money Records for breach of contract, saying the company allegedly owes him $4 million in profits for rapper Drake.