The passing of legendary rapper DMX this past week found his family, many fans, supporters, entertainers, and peers of the emcee mourning the loss. However, many have been celebrating X’s life and have taken to streaming platforms to show love for him. According to reports, the rapper’s stream has risen 928% in the days since his
DMX’s daughter Sasha took to Instagram to pay tribute to her father. She went on to speak about how DMX wanted all of his children together at one time, and sadly, they will all be reunited at his funeral. Sasha added, “Your soul and your spirit won’t ever leave the people that you loved/loved you/
According to reports, Nas and his Queensbridge Venture Partners’ investment into the cryptocurrency Coinbase could be paying off soon. The currency is expected to reach over $100 billion in valuation after the stock lists on Wednesday. QVP co-founder Anthony Saleh noted that they were also backers of Robinhood in 2013, along with Dropbox and Lyft,
Many fans, artists, and celebrities have spoken on the passing of DMX, with many sharing extremely positive videos and memories of the legendary New York emcee. Now, friend and frequent collaborator has delivered some words on X while revealing some key points about the rapper’s personality and the reasons behind his struggles over the years.
Lamar Odom’s journey has found him being named one of the most celebrated NBA players to instances where he publicly struggled with addiction. Now, Odom has commented on the passing of DMX and said that he and the legendary rapper struggled with the same addiction issues in the same manner—silently. Via Instagram, Odom posted a photo
Soulja Boy has signed a deal with Virgin Records, who tweeted a welcoming message to the “Crank That” rapper on Friday (April 9). Details of the deal have not been made available. This comes after Soulja Boy celebrated his new song “She Make It Clap” going #1 on TikTok. He also bragged on Twitter about
Diddy took aim at corporations on Twitter, writing, “We’re done letting corporations manipulate our culture into believing incremental progress is an acceptable action.” In an open letter posted on his Revolt TV platform, Diddy stated, “We demand that Corporate America reinvest an equitable percentage of what you take from our community back into our community.
Netflix has purchased the rights to a new Kanye West documentary film that is 21-years in the making. Directors Clarence “Coodie” Simmons and Chike Ozah compiled archival footage spanning Ye’s 20+ year career and will feature never-before-seen footage of Kanye from the ’90s. It’s reported that the film was sold to the streaming giant for
Lil Wayne is inarguably one of the greatest rappers of all time and had an unparalleled run during his prime that separated him from many artists of his generation. As prolific a wordsmith as Lil Wayne is, it’s no surprise that he doesn’t remember every line he’s ever written or uttered. Not to mention, Wayne’s
DMX’s family issued a statement to VladTV that cleared up some of the reports related to DMX’s condition following a heart attack he suffered. DMX suffered a drug overdose this past Friday night and is currently in the hospital after the overdose triggered a heart attack. The incident reportedly went down around 11 PM,