hip hop

Pictures of rap pioneer, Heavy D.

Leave it to Kendrick Lamar to turn a good Friday into a great Friday. The Compton rapper dropped his fourth studio album, Damn, last night and the Internet just can’t stop talking about the highly anticipated release. If you thought Dot’s 2015 Grammy nominated album To Pimp a Butterfly was politically direct, than Damn may have you […]

Vic Mensa had time this weekend to relieve some hostility he’s been feeling toward a fellow rapper. In a video clip that’s making it’s rounds on the Internet, the Chi-town emcee appeared to be taking shots at Lil Yachty during a free concert at the University of Cincinnati. Before going into a new song, Vic […]

Hip hop artist French Montana defended his denigrating comments about a Black woman, saying he has a Black son.

We may be embarking on a royal hip-hop rumble that we didn’t even see coming. Just hours after Remy Ma dropped her second diss track against Nicki Minaj, rumors began swirling that Foxy Brown is now putting on her gloves and stepping in the battle. In a video snippet posted by The Shade Room, a […]

Remy Ma recently shut down the Internet again by releasing yet another diss track aimed at Nicki Minaj, entitled, “Another One.” But many people are wondering why Remy is going so hard at Nicki, who has yet to respond to the culture shifting “shETHER” diss track. The Bronx rapper, along with Fat Joe, stopped by […]

Rapper Foxy Brown wants to make things clear that if she is dragged into a rap beef, she will finish it. After Remy Ma dropped the ubiquitous diss track “ShETHER” on Saturday, a lot of folks think one line from the track is about Foxy Brown: “I kill rappers, and you good as dead, b*tch/Talkin’ […]

Drummer Clyde Stubblefield passed away this weekend in Madison, Wisc., but his indelible mark on music lives on in one of the most sampled drum breaks ever. As a member of the Godfather of Soul James Brown’s band, Stubblefield’s performance on the “Funky Drummer” track has been used as a backdrop for hip-hop and dance […]

WorldStar HipHop founder Lee “Q” O’Dnat died Monday night. According to TMZ, the 43-year old media mogul passed away in his sleep.

The 19-year-old college football player was awarded the 82nd Heisman Trophy for an outstanding sophomore season with the Cardinals.