Lil B is alleging that staff at a Oakland hotel swiped $10,000 from his room during his stay, TMZreports. The Oakland native said while he was staying at the Oakland Airport's Red Lion hotel, he was told that security had entered his room was he was gone after complaints of marijuana being smelled from his room. After they found a bag of marijuana, B was asked to leave. As he was gathering his belongings, he noticed his 10 racks was missing.
Chance the Rapper’s Surf album is coming with very short notice.
During a performance at Michigan State University, the Acid Rap spitter revealed to the crowd that his next project, Surf, will be dropping within the next week. He didn’t say much else, but since Chance was spotted in the studio with Kanye West recently, a collab between him and Yeezy is suspected. Donnie Trumpet and the Social Experiment will provide the instrumentation for the project.
Snoop Dogg is gearing up to release his 13th studio album, Bush, and has unveiled the tracklist, which is loaded with some all-star features, old and new school.
The 10-track effort boasts features from Rick Ross, T.I, Kendrick Lamar, Stevie Wonder and longtime collaborator Charlie Wilson. All the production was supplied by Pharrell Williams. Bush hits store May 12th.
Nelly’s manager, J. Erving, spilled the beans about his client’s upcoming projects during a sit down with Billboard. Erving, who also manages John Legend and Miguel, revealed that Nelly and his longtime record label Universal Records parted ways last year and that now he is working as an independent artist. He is working on new music, but his new material is giving country grammar a whole new meaning.
After recently dropping his new mixtape, 10 Bullets, Young Buck is continuing to work his pen. He has announced that he is writing a book about his experience in prison. Appropriately titled, Behind The Wall, the Nashville, TN spitter will reportedly paint a vivid picture of what it is like for a celebrity to be locked down.
During a recent sit down with Montreality, the God MC Rakim gave props to the young emcees dominating the game today, including Kendrick Lamar.
“Kendrick Lamar is…that new fuel and it’s a conscious new fuel where he’s not just doing what’s hot for today,” said the Harlem native. “He has substance and he ain’t scared to make a statement either.”
After celebrating the 20th anniversary of his debut album Illmatic with a re-release and the Time is Illmatic documentary, Nas is ready to drop some new music. At a recent club appearance, he announced that he is dropping a new album this summer.
”Right motherf—-g now, death to all snitches. Watch every n—-a around you my n—-s ‘cuz s–t is real out here. 2015, new album this summer,” he told the crowd.
Joey Bada$$ is heading out on the road to support his debut album B4.DA.$$. The World Domination Tour kicks off in May in Toronto and then goes back and forth from the states to overseas. The Brooklynite will be passing through cities like Los Angeles, Paris, New York, San Diego, Denmark, Finland, Ireland and many more. Denzel Curry and Mick Jenkins will joining him on stage for some of the dates as well.
Waka Flocka and Gucci Mane used to be the best of friends, but that relationship soured into a cruel case of beef.
Wake says all of that is behind them, but with a catch.
Lil Wayne’s tour bus was shot Sunday morning, according to reports.
The shooting occurred around 3:30am, shorting after the rapper left club Compound in Atlanta. Wayne had just performed and his caravan was departing the venue.