Earlier in the week, Daniel Caesar caught some criticism for his recent comments on racism, where during a live stream he downplayed it’s significance while ultimately saying that black people need to stop being mean to Caucasians. “Why are we being so mean to white people right now?” Caesar asked in reference to the backlash
Large Professor speaks how the name ‘Breaking Atoms’ came about for Main Source’s first album. Extra P spoke on “Live at the Barbeque” and talked about Nas making his first appearance on the song. Extra P said he and Nas connected through Joe Fatal, who was also featured on “Barbeque.” Large Professor also noted
In this VladTV interview, Bryan-Michael Cox sat down to speak on a variety of topics. Some of those topics including having over 100+ Million albums sold and winning nine Grammys over the course of his career.
J. Prince took to Instagram to issue a call to various figures in New York to help him resolve the issue of YBN Almighty Jay’s chain being taken. Now, a photo has surfaced via the Rap-A-Lot mogul’s Instagram featuring J. Prince, Hocus, French Montana, and more with Almighty Jay’s chain. On the caption of the
Nipsey Hussle’s “Racks in the Middle” is his latest hit, and it’s already racked up more than 7 million YouTube views to date. The single features Roddy Ricch and Hit-Boy who also produced the song. On the track, Nipsey Hussle raps about coming up in Los Angeles.
Meek Mill has been pushing for reform in the criminal justice system, especially after having his ordeal with the law. Now, a trailer for the rapper’s documentary ‘Free Meek’ has surfaced, and it touches on a variety of topics related to his life and case. Meek Mill teamed up with Amazon for the six-part episode
ScHoolboy Q dropped the music video for his latest track “Numb Numb Juice” which is directed by Dave Free and Jack Begert. Tyler the Creator makes a cameo in the video, while ScHoolboy Q is all the way turned up in his first solo offering since his 2016 album, Blank Face. ScHoolboy Q planned to
Juicy J recently sat down for an interview with 93.5 KDAY, and he shared stories about Three 6 Mafia, including how crazy things got in the studio. He also revealed what it would take for the legendary Memphis rap collective to get back together. Juicy told Noah Ayala, “We’ll have to see,” and he revealed