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Last week Drake found his name next to Eminem in the record books thanks to his Views albums landing in the top spot on the Billboard 200 album chart for four weeks in a row. Now the Toronto native has etched his named in history besides Em’s protegé 50 Cent.
Rapper French Montana announced the release date for his second album, titled MC4.
Pre-orders are being taken for MC4, which will be released under Bad Boy Entertainment’s new agreement with Epic Records. The album is the follow to the rapper’s 2013 release, Excuse My French, which hit #1 on Billboard’s R&B/Hip-Hop Albums Chart.
Earlier this week on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!,” West coast Hip-Hop veteran Snoop Dogg revealed that he will be releasing a new project entitled COOLAID.
The Doggfather then went on to perform a couple of tracks from the album titled “Legend” and “Fireworks.”
Rapper Lil Jon has threatened to sue a store owner for selling a hip flask emblazoned with his song title “Turn Down For What.”
The “Get Low” star’s lawyers sent a cease and desist letter to the owners of Blue & Cream in the Hamptons on Long Island, New York to ask them to stop selling the flasks, which bear the name of his 2013 hit track, unless they strike up a licensing deal, which would give Lil Jon 40 per cent of the future profits.
Troy Ave has faced significant public backlash over the tragic shooting at New York City’s Irving Plaza last week. However, one fellow rapper has come out to defend the “Bang Bang” rhymer in the wake of his arrest for attempted murder.
Rapper T.I. was initially reluctant to sign on to the new “Roots” miniseries because he didn’t think the classic TV drama needed to be remade.
The “Whatever You Like” star plays runaway slave Cyrus in the historical miniseries, which is based on Alex Haley’s 1976 book, “Roots: The Saga of an American Family.”
Gucci Mane nearly broke the internet yesterday (May 26) when it was announced the Atlanta rap star was released from federal prison.
Social media was taken over by posts about the 1017 Brick Squad Records founder becoming a free man.
Compton rapper Game has landed some major exposure for his new album Streets of Compton through a new deal with A&E Networks.
Game will star in a new three-part docuseries also titled “Streets of Compton” about the history of the city, which will air on A&E throughout June.
Eminem has offered up a set of limited-edition collectible items that just went on sale in recognition of the 16th anniversary of his Marshall Mathers LP release.
A portion of the funds earned from the collectibles will be distributed to the Marshall Mathers foundation, which grants funding to organizations that work with at-risk youth in Eminem’s home state of Michigan and across the U.S.