Esohel and Chandler London release visuals for their collaboration "In Too Deep."
Slaughterhouse releases the trailer for the video of their single "Throw It Away."
Skeme enlists Schoolboy Q for his new single, "Kidz With Gunz."
Good Vocation's PL Ford takes on a classic Mobb Deep instrumental for his latest drop, "Survival"
Lupe Fiasco unleashes visuals for his next single from Food & Liquor II.
Game has changed the title of his forthcoming studio album.
MMG's Rockie Fresh releases his new single, “Reach For The Stars.”
Big Boi speaks on Andre 3000 and denies that bad blood is the reason why the two don’t collaborate any more
DJ Scream calls in Rick Ross, Bun B and Slim Thug for his new single “Cassette Deck.”
Quiz and Crooked I hit you over the head with some hard bars for "Blow The Horns"
1982 have released visuals to the stand-out track "Right Now" from their new album 2012.
GPT's Jaamel returns with a brand new self produced record entitled "Pedigree."
Yelawolf and Travis Barker reveal the tracklisting for their forthcoming joint project.
The Hopsin vs Soulja Boy beef heats up
Slaughterhouse sits down with ThisIs50's Young Jack Thriller and chop it up for a Q&A session
Talib Kweil releases the latest track from his forthcoming mixtape
The Dream drops off visuals for his Pusha T featured single "Dope Chick" from his upcoming album.
Lupe Fiasco has his plan mapped out to fulfill his contractual obligations with Atlantic Records.
Gillie Da Kid returns with his new single "Real N**gaz"
Game releases the official CDQ/album version of his new single, "Celebration."
Lil Wayne has been hit with two new lawsuits over royalties owed to producers
Fat Joe releases the official music video for his latest single "Pride N Joy."
Soulja Boy takes to his webcam and has some pretty harsh words for Hopsin, says diss track is coming
Xzibit releases his new Dr. Dre produced single "Louis XIII."
Wiz Khalifa calls in Young Jeezy and Lil Wayne for the "Work Hard Play Hard (Remix)."
Common unleashes an unreleased joint entitled “No Sell Out” that is produced by No I.D.
Method Man links up with Freddie Gibbs & Streetlife for "Built For This."