Over the weekend, Obie Trice stopped by Fox News Detroit and touched on a few topics
Jay-Z journey’s from the Marcy projects to the opening of the Barclay Center in Brooklyn
Footage of Joe Budden's arrest before the Slaughterhouse show last week surfaces.
Memphis Bleek drops off visuals for his single, “Hustle Money,” which will appear on his new project, The Movement
Skooda Chose drops off visuals to his Co-Still featured single, "Uncle Remus."
Tyga releases the official music video for his Lil Wayne featured single, "Faded."
Slaughterhouse discuss Joe Budden's arrest just before their show last night in NYC
Drake touches on many topics during this Q&A session with Tim Westwood
MMG's Stalley releases visuals for his Rick Ross featured single, "Party Heart."
Marco Polo enlists Masta Ace and they drop visuals for their collaboration, "Nostalgia."
Last night during the Slaughterhouse show, Crooked I dropped an acapella freestyle for nearly 5 mins.
L.E.P. Bogus Boys release visuals for their Green Lantern hosted, Now Or Neva track, "Claim My Shit."
Go behind the scenes with Slaughterhouse on the set of the shoot for the "Hammer Dance" video
While out in the UK, Drizzly stopped by the Tim Westwood show and laid down some bars
Freeway touches on multiple topics as he chops it up with Montreality
T.I. drops off visuals for his F*ck Da City Up track "Hot Wheels" that features Travis Porter & Young Dro.
2 Chainz drops off visuals for his Meek Mill featured single, "Stunt."
Chevy Woods drops off visuals for his Wiz Khalifa featured track, "Home Run."
Mystikal reveals that he almost chose G-Unit South over YMCMB
Machine Gun Kelly drops visuals for the title track from his Half Naked And Almost Famous EP.
Tito Lopez announces his deal with Capitol Records, and touches on many topics with Muve
VH1 goes behind the music with Compton rapper, Game. View the full episode inside
Slaughterhouse recaps their shows in New Orleans and Austin for episode 2 of their tour vlog
Common hit the stage at Haze in Vegas, and laid down some bars of Jay and Kanye's "Otis."
The Wu speak on being in the game for 20 years, their movement, staying humble and more.