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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.
Smoke DZA and Pete Rock have announced the release date for their highly anticipated album Don’t Smoke Rock.
The 13-track offering features an all-star lineup that includes Rick Ross, Dave East, Royce da 5’9, Big K.R.I.T, Dom Kennedy, Cam’ron, Wale, Mac Miller and the project’s producer, Pete Rock.
CMG boss Yo Gottti has inked a new deal with buzzing Memphis rapper Moneybagg YoMoneybagg gained major traction thanks to the release of his recent mixtapes “All Gas No Brakes” and “Strictly 4 The Traps N Trunks.”
The rapper made the announcement yesterday with a post show him counting $200,000 for inking with CMG.
Q-Tip recently took to Facebook to announce that classic Hip-Hop group A Tribe Called Quest would be releasing their final album November 11.
Rumblings of a new album from the collective began after Epic Records CEO L.A. Reid’s appearance on Rap Radar’s podcast in August.
Besides supposedly taking shots at Kid Cudi and Pusha T during the OVO Sound radio show over the weekend, Drake also announced he has another body of work on the way.
Drake’s More Life is expected to arrive in December.