Mac Miller has reportedly signed a $10 million deal with Warner Bros. Records to incorporate his REMember imprint upstart into the larger label. After releasing his mixtape Faces independently earlier this year, Mac Miller will now release his own music as well as “sign and develop new artists” through REMember/Warner Bros. according to FADER.
TDE lyricist ScHoolboy Q was recently questioned about his relationship with actress and television host Kathy Griffin, during an appearance on ESPN2’s “Highly Questionable.” He jokingly referred to Griffin as his “secret lover” and revealed that she’s not serious with rappers Danny Brown and A$AP Rocky, artists she also has friendships with.
“Kathy Griffin, that’s the homie, man,” ScHoolboy Q said. “That’s my secret lover right there, man. We fell in love a long time ago and we just kept it going…Just my secret lover, you know. She hit me up. I come through, spend the night. I don’t have to say what I do when I spend the night. I spend the night. I wake up. I go home. She ain’t tripping. That’s my secret lover. She just joking with Rocky and Danny Brown. She ain’t really serious with them. She serious with me.”
T.I. has been in the game for over a decade and many still consider him the "King of the South" especially when he has new music to release.
New York radio station Hot 97 recently hosted the album listening session for Tip's upcoming effort, Paperwork: The Motion Picture, as the Atlanta native took numerous questions about the album and other things involving him that've made headlines. The event was set up in a Q&A format with radio host Ebro asking the questions.
Kanye West expressed his pride in his G.O.O.D. Music Label artist Teyana Taylor at the listening session for her forthcoming VII album yesterday (October 20) at Siren Studios in Hollywood. He explained that he is sometimes hesitant to fully show his emotion because of media criticism, but was going to let himself free for the evening.
Chief Keef is no longer a part of the Interscope Records roster, according to reports. Chief Keef’s legal cases in 2013 and 2014 are noted as reasons why the Chicago-native is no longer with Interscope.
“Earlier this year, matters began to sour with Chief Keef, his camp and the bosses at Interscope,” according to reports. “Our source maintains Interscope began to ‘subtly disassociate’ itself from the 19-year-old rapper after he had a series of legal cases sprout up in 2013 and 2014, ranging from lawsuits to drug offenses… A March 2014 shoot out in Chicago, which authorities linked Keef to, allegedly further damaged the relationship with Interscope.
While warming up with the University of Kentucky Wildcats basketball team at the program’s opening practice on Friday (October 17), Drake was filmed shooting an airball by ESPN cameras on-hand. Poking fun at the miss, Kevin Hart took to his Instagram account to taunt the rapper with a video of the attempt overlaid with Drake’s own recent lyrical brag about being “Steph Curry with the shot.”
Logic is always one to detail his rough past whether it be in music or during interviews.
Recently sitting down with Complex, the Gaithersburg, Maryland native recalled his helplessness during past situations that included physical and sexual abuse of both his sisters and mother.
Chris Brown and Fabolous are slated to appear on Teyana Taylor’s VII.
The project is scheduled to be released November 4 on Kanye West's G.O.O.D. Music through Def Jam Recordings.
Pusha T and Yo Gotti appear on “Maybe” and Fabolous appears on “Broken Hearted Girl.”
Ever since Nicki Minaj took off the pink wigs and flamboyant garbs, she has been receiving much acclaim for sporting a more natural look. After earning magazine covers from FADER and L’UomoVogue, GQ has given the femcee a feature for their November issue.
In between falling asleep during the interview, YMCMB’s head barb described the steamy video for “Anaconda” as normal.
While speaking with Hip Hop Since 1987, Meridian, Mississippi rapper Big K.R.I.T. spoke in-depth about his upcoming album, Cadillactica. In regards to his goal with the project, K.R.I.T. says he hopes to go far outside of any box he’s ever been put in in his music career.
The rapper later revealed that he plans on making music so relatable and timeless with Cadillactica that he’ll “be around forever.”