When you look at Lil Wayne you don’t necessarily see someone who can send a bouncer to the hospital with a punch. But that’s what he’s being accused of. The LAPD is investigating a claim that Weezy slugged a bouncer who was working the door at the post-BET Awards party Wayne and 2 Chainz were
Congrats To Louisville’s Own Bryson Tiller For winning Best New Artist At The BET Awards Show!
Despite Drake’s best efforts to squash the rumors of Gucci Mane being a clone they still persist. In search of the truth, the website Buzzfeed asked the CIA if in fact Guwop had been replicated as part of a government program to influence the youth of America through suddenly skinnier trap rappers. The CIA wasn’t
They really don’t like F-bombs in the Caribbean. 50 Cent was arrested in St. Kitts last night for saying “motherfucker” in front of 40,000 after being warned not to use profanity on stage. The cops did let Fif finish his set, before hauling him off to the station and booking him on charges of using
Family schisms can take generations to mend and the bad blood that’s been brewing between Birdman and Lil Wayne doesn’t look to be nearing a resolution any time soon. Over the weekend (May 28), Wayne was performing in Phoenix and continued his onstage attacks toward Cash Money and the man behind the acronyms, telling the
Offset isn’t the only young rapper who can’t stop getting arrested. Florida spitter Kodak Black was arrested for the second time in a month and third time in less than a year yesterday. This time, it’s for open warrants stemming from his arrest in October on charges of robbery, battery, false imprisonment of a child,
Atlanta’s perennial prince of punchlines 2 Chainz is storming through 2016. His long-rumored, word-heavy collaboration LP with Lil Wayne, ColleGrove, debuted at Number Four last month; his brief and satisfying Felt Like Cappin mixtape continued a career rooted in independent hustle; and he even promises that there’s more music on the way in the form of
Rob Base (left) and DJ E-Z Rock during 2005 VH1 Hip Hop Honors Gold Carpet at Hammerstein Ballroom on September 22nd, 2005 in New York City. Rodney Bryce, who made his mark on hip-hop under the name DJ E-Z Rock, died Sunday, a spokesperson for Bryce’s friend and collaborator Rob Base confirmed to Rolling Stone.
Rolling Stone confirmed that the trapper – real name Malik Taylor – passed away on Tuesday. An official statement is yet to be released by the band or Phife’s family. Meanwhile several members of the music industry have already paid tribute to Phife upon hearing the sad news. Rolling Stone confirmed that the trapper –
LL Cool J has had an interesting month. He kicked things off by delivering a rant about his place in hip-hop as the G.O.A.T. and fired aimless subliminals. Now, he adds another odd chapter to his social media antics. “Today I officially retired from music,” he tweeted. Not too long after, he returned to Twitter