During an appearance on Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club, Big Sean addressed rumors that “IDFWU” was directed at his ex, actress Naya Rivera. According to the Detroit, Michigan rapper, the song couldn’t have referred to Rivera since he was still dating the “Glee” star at the time.
Big Sean even recalled playing the song for Rivera prior to its release months ago. He later referred to the DJ Mustard-produced song as more of an anthem than a diss song.
Bobby Shmurda is expected to be indicted after he was arrested on gun charges in New York’s famed Quad studios last night.
The “Shmoney Dance” rapper may have to submit to the harsh New York gun laws if the prosecuting attorney is able to get a conviction.
Wiz Khalifa was set to break the internet for all the wrong reasons, but it was not meant to be.
After J. Cole dropped 2014 Forest Hills Drive just 23 days after announcing its release, it was set to have the best first week sales for a hip-hop album of 2014. According to Hits Daily Double, the Born Sinner emcee’s third studio album has debuted at number one on Billboard 200 charts with 361,120 copies sold.
With the Grammy nominees for the 2015 ceremony announced earlier this month, My Krazy Life rapper YG stopped by Power 106 Los Angeles recently and addressed his album not being included in the Best Rap Album category.
Fabolous has stopped by The Breakfast Club to spread some holiday cheer and talk about his upcoming album, The Young OG Project, which drops Christmas day.
Back in September, hip-hop publication XXL announced that after 17 years they would no longer release print editions of the their magazine. Like many other magazines, it was reported that they had chosen to have a strictly digital format. The G-Unit crew was chosen as their last cover stars as readers bid farewell and celebrated their legacy.
Lil B has reportedly been banned from Facebook.
Playboy model Carla Howe, one half of the Howe Twins, is seeking a six-figure offer for a sex tape of herself and rapper Wiz Khalifa, TMZ reported today (December 15).
According to TMZ, a source has revealed added details in the debacle between Lil Wayne and his label home, Cash Money Records. The publication reports that Birdman has no plans on releasing Lil Wayne from his contract.