In a shocking turn of events, Chicago bred rapper Lupe Fiasco has taken up issue with Kid Cudi over an argument the two had back in January about some race related issues and the death of Mike Brown.
"To all my enemies you are now forgiven... except Kid Cudi, because that's not my motha f*ckin buddy. If I see him in the streets it's getting mother f*ckin ugly," Lupe told a crowd during a live show.
Is the beef real? Charlamagne says its time for the two to at least arm wrestle.
This dude has been making serious waves in the Canadian music scene, and has yet to let his buzz get to his head. Coming out of Mississauga, the extremely talented John River is back with a brand new music video for his track, "The Storm". River recently released his mixtape, "The Storm" which was a [...]
The world is filled with snakes, nowadays everyone is liable to turn on you, so when you finally find someone that got you, you gotta show them appreciation for being a real friend. Hailing from Toronto rappers Cheffie and Boobi link up to create a dope new music video for their previously released track, "Real [...]
Cymphonique takes New Orleans bounce music globally, featuring Ace B and produced by BlaqNmild. Cymphonique super star R&B artist stays on the grind and in the studio making hits. She has the music game shaken up, the Queen of No Limit unique style is shinning. You can also find Cymphonique starring on the tv show Master P - Family Empire.
Young Dolph has had a great year up to this point, but there's still one month left before the ball drops. Unable to take his foot off the gas, Dolph reaches back into his recently released mixtape Shittin' On The Industryto provide the proper accompanying optics for the DJ Squeeky-produced track "Missed Count." In the visual, Young Dolph takes it to from the streets to the strip club all while delivering the southern trap talk that he has become so well known for.
As a pioneering member of South Orange, New Jersey bred group The Fugees Lauryn Hill has influenced legions of fans across the globe. A testament to that fact is the overwhelming response Lauryn received when she performed in Lagos, Nigeria.
Captivating the crowd with a spirited performance that brought some fans to tears, Hill then visited the newly established shrine for famed Nigerian musician and community activist Fela Kuti. Hill was greeted by members of the Kuti family and can be seen taking pictures in the video below. Take a look via OkayAfrica!
(AllHipHop News) With his new album Top 5 Dead or Alive, veteran emcee Jadakiss declared he is one of the greatest rappers of all time. His journey to becoming a top tier wordsmith included some tough battles with other rappers.
AllHipHop.com caught up with Kiss to get his thoughts about beefing in Hip Hop. In particular, The Lox member addresses the 2Pac/The Notorious B.I.G. rivalry and the role Hip Hop media plays in conflicts between artists.
DJ Khaled. The Best... in-studio guest on Sway In The Morning. At least, he is one of them. Here he is talking about his restaurant, his headphone line, his production company and label... oh and that new album ("I Changed A Lot") he has out now.
Interesting. Spike Lee and Stephen Colbert discuss the dire straits of Chicago's war-like violence and casualty rates, the foundations/inspirations for "Chi-Raq" (a spin off the Ancient Greek satire "Lysistrata," in which Athenian women vow to withhold sex until their men end the The Peloponnesian War), and the possibility of sex strikes on campus in the coming semester after his movie drops.
"I think that a sex strike could really work on college campuses where there's an abundance of sexual harassment and date rapes. Second semester it's going to happen. Once people come back from Christmas, there's going to be sex strikes at universities and college campuses across this country. I believe it."
- Spike Lee
Gun control. Police brutality. So much in a short clip to watch. And you must!
Seems like Ellen has all the info in the Hip-Hop world these days. From interviews with Yeezy to the Bernie Sanders "Hotline Bling" parody, Ellen has left her imprint on Hip-Hop in 2015. Check it out below as the widely popular, yet widely scrutinized Kylie Jenner discusses the changes in her body and face over the years.
Not long ago before G Herbo and Lil Bibby popular Chicago rappers, the two up-and-coming talents were homies that grew up in the same neighborhood, went to the same school, and played sports together.
In a candid interview Herbo detailed the history of his friendship with Bibby. While the two are only separated by a year older, Bibby was rapping first, and trading raps with Herbo via cell phone video clips and recording memos. I
"We're gonna always work together, no matter what situation we're in. We're working on some group shit too," Herbo said.