Bone Thugs-N-Harmony member Bizzy Bone has signed a new recording deal with Sumerian Records and is planning a mash-up release of hard rock and Hip-Hop.
Sumerian Records’ Founder Ash Avildsen confirmed that his Washington, D.C. based heavy metal label signed the world-famous rapper, who will drop Crossroads 2010 this August.
Rick Ross has made "Maybach Music" with Jay-Z and "Aston Martin Music" with Drake and all kinds of numbers in between with a who's who list of talent.
But the Miami rap titan still has a checklist of artists he would like to work with in the future, ranging from an iconic rap producer to a legendary soul singer.
Nashville, Tennessee rapper Young Buck recently took aim at 50 Cent, revealing the Queens-rapper is still feuding with him and attempting to destroy his career.
Young Buck was once a member of 50 Cent’s G-Unit collective.
Houston, Texas rap star Devin the Dude and Jacksonville, Florida, comedian Lil Duval will play the lead characters in a new film titled Hillbilly Highway.
The movie, which is being produced by Eddie Griffin, is currently wrapping up filming in Atlanta, according to director, Damon “Coke” Daniels.
It seems like Rick Ross’s song “B.M.F.” has long legs, as the song is making headlines across the net once again.
Black Mafia Family (B.M.F.) founder Big Meech’s mother recently touched upon the issue during an interview on Atlanta’s V103 radio station with the Frank and Wanda Morning Show.
The Game says he's about to put out music to make his rivals pump their brakes.
He has a new mixtape, hosted by DJ Skee and produced entirely by Cool & Dre, ready to drop at the beginning of August called Brake Lights.
The president of the Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association lashed out at rapper/actor Ice-T, after the rapper was arrested near the Lincoln Tunnel in New York, for allegedly driving with a suspended license.
Ice-T, who plays detective Fin Tutuola on Law & Order: SVU, voiced his displeasure with the arrest on Twitter.
Washington, D.C. rapper Wale is in hot water with officials in the city of Baltimore, after he used profanity and racial slurs during a free-city event on Sunday (July 18th).
The rapper was the headlining act at Artscape when he allegedly used the objectionable language during a performance.
Details surrounding Foxy Brown’s arrest yesterday (July 21st) in the Brooklyn, New York neighborhood where she resides, are emerging.
Brown was arrested yesterday after becoming involved in a verbal altercation with Arlene Raymond, the woman with whom the rapper has been feuding with since at least 2007.
G-Unit member Lloyd Banks won a major victory in court last week (July 15th), when an Ontario judge dismissed criminal charges against the Queens, New York rapper.
The charges stemmed from an incident in January of 2010, when Lloyd Banks, born Christopher Lloyd and a group of men allegedly assaulted Chris Hines, a well known booking agent in Ontario, Canada.