Life “cums” at you fast. If you peruse Instagram frequently you may be familiar with the Miami based eye candy starlets “Taz’s Angels”.
The nominations for the 58th GRAMMY’s have been unveiled and has the rap community in a heightened alert as Kendrick Lamar leads all nominees with 11 nods. Trailing close behind is The Weeknd and Taylor Swift, who each have 7 nominations. Check out the whole list on the next page.
Rick Ross (@rickyrozay @cthagod) returned to The Breakfast Club for the nth time but this go around was to promote his new album “Black Market”.
Funk Flex was on the 1’s and 2’s at Club Emporium for the celebration of Jadakiss “Top 5 Dead Or Alive” album.
While spinning a Meek Mill song, the veteran HOT 97 DJ had some words for The 6 God. Watch below.
Meek Mill (@meekmill) unveils the official cover art for the fourth installment of his DreamChasers mixtape series “DC4”. Stay tuned for more details.
Ty Dolla Sign (@tydollasign) unveils the official track listing for his highly anticipated debut album “Free TC”.
The Los Angeles bred rap crooner secured the likes of Babyface, Kanye West, Trey Songz, Jagged Edge, Wiz Khalifa, Kendrick Lamar, Brandy and more. Check it out below and pre order the album here.
Shy Glizzy (@ShyGlizzy) took to micro-blogging social network Twitter a couple hours ago to do what most would consider to be his most philanthropic act to date. In light of the 20th Anniversary of the Million Man March lead by Minister Louis Farrakhan, the Southeast DC native asked a simple question; What it’s gonna take to…
Life comes at you fast. Houston rap pioneer Scarface was arrested following his acceptance of the “I Am Hip Hop” honor at this years BET Hip Hop Awards held in Atlanta, Georgia. According to reports, he was taken into custody in connection with child support payments alleged to be over $400,000 in unpaid funds. More…
(@JusticeOrElse @LouisFarrakhan) Watch a live stream of Minister Louis Farrakhan speaking in Washington, D.C. in honor of the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March! The Million Man March was a gathering en masse of African-American men in Washington, D.C. on October 16, 1995. Called by Louis Farrakhan, it was held on and around the National…