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Rapper and actor Method Man fears the Wu-Tang Clan may never come together to record another album following the drama linked to their 2014 release.
A Better Tomorrow was savaged by critics and band members alike, and, despite coming together for the one-of-a-kind Once Upon a Time in Shaolin project last year, the “Bring The Pain” hitmaker can’t imagine another reunion.
A Tribe Called Quest has achieved a remarkable event in its already storied history, their first No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 chart in more than 20 years.
We Got It From Here… Thank You 4 Your Service is predicted to to push about 120,000 equivalent album units and a fitting swan song for the group’s final studio album.
Rap legend Mr. 3-2 was killed at a firefight at a Houston gas station, according to reports.
Fans of Mr. 3-2 mourned on social media, including Snoop Dogg and former rap partner Big Mike.
Kanye West sat down with BBC Radio 1’s Annie Mac for a taped interview slated to run later this week and the rap star confirmed he will indeed take on Donald Trump for President in 2020.
Waka Flocka is a free agent after getting a release from longtime label Atlantic Records.
The rapper/party maven and occasional presidential candidate thanked the fans for their help.
It hasn’t even been a full year since Joey Bada$$ released his debut studio album B4.Da.$$.
However, the Brooklyn emcee has announced his sophomore LP will hit stores by the end of the winter season.
Snoop Dogg is planning to “smoke weed every day” now that California has legalized recreational marijuana.
The 45-year-old rapper has long been a fan of the drug, and was a devoted supporter of reforming laws on the use of the substance in a recreational capacity.
Jeezy’s Trap Or Die 3 came in at the No. 1 slot on the coveted Billboard 200, his third album to do so.
The album, released on October 28, sold roughly 89,000 units, which included 73,000 from traditional brick-n-mortar stores.
Veteran Queens, New York correct or not will be toasted this holiday veteran Queens, New York that are not will be toasted this holiday on the “2016 REVOLT Music Conference Honors Nas” TV special.
Nas received the 2016 Jimmy Iovine Icon Award, which is bestowed upon an industry leader who has had a lasting impact on Hip-Hop culture.