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Rapper Rick Ross has been announced as the host for the upcoming “2017 MTV Woodies.”
Rick Ross will host the 13th annual event, which will air live from Austin, Texas during the South by Southwest (SXSW) music festival.
A posthumous collection of material from Atlanta rapper Shawty Lo is coming to stores next month.
Shawty Lo’s album RICO will feature guest appearances from performers like Lil Boosie, Ralo, Lyfe Jennings, in addition to cameos from his children Quando and KeKe.
Drake staged a surprise gig for fans in London on Thursday (February 16) when he crashed a concert headlined by fellow rappers Smoke Dawg and Nafe Smallz.
The “Hotline Bling” hitmaker had a night off in between shows on his Boy Meets World Tour and decided to drop by club XOYO, where the rising stars were both billed to perform.
The MMG boss is ready to return with new music.
Rick Ross’ 9th studio album, Rather You Than Me, is set for release next month.
Drake is calling out the media over what he has labeled “fake news” in regards to comments he supposedly made about Muslim women wearing hijabs.
Reports of Drake being anti-muslim started to spread, after a video went viral featuring the rapper telling four of his United Kingdom female concert goers to “remove their hot-ass scarfs.”
It looks like two of Memphis’s biggest rappers’ feud will continue for the foreseeable future.
Yo Gotti and Dolph have been at odds for sometime now, reportedly over Dolph’s refusal to sign with CMG Records.
Rap trio Migos have been announced as headliners for The 15th Annual #Fest, which is billed as the nation’s largest collegiate music festival.
Organizers for the festival had already announced a hip-hop heavy line-up, which includes 21 Savage, Lil Yachty, Young Thug, Jauz, and now Migos will hit the stage during the outdoor event.
Rapper Tyga and his team have been sued by a process server for allegedly assaulting him in November.
The “Rack City” hitmaker was served with court papers as he arrived at Penthouse nightclub in West Hollywood on November 18 to celebrate his 27th birthday.
While there’s no release date in sight for Lil Wayne’s highly anticipated Cash Money/Young Money album Tha Carter V, Bryan “Birdman” Williams is planning on releasing a ton of music over the next few years.