B.o.B. releases his new single, "So Good," off his forthcoming album, Strange Clouds
Preview snippets of KiD CuDi and Dot Da Genius' rock-inspired, WZRD, collaborative album.
Crooked I rounds up Slaughterhouse for the first leak from his Psalm 82:6 mixtape
Jeanyus links up with Infamous for the 2nd official drop from his forthcoming mixtape, Godzilla.
Rick Ross has been named MTV's Hottest MC in the Game for his work over the past year
Cormega announces new super-group
Wale drops off visuals for the Big Sean featured "Slight Work," which appeared on his Ambition album.
Twista takes on the classic Das EFX record "They Want EFX" for his latest drop
DS would like to introduce you to LA emcee S-Mak with this insane 6 minute freestyle #DudeGotBars
Iron Solomon releases a self-produced track, “Breathe,” which will appear on his debut album, Monster
K'Naan releases visuals for his Nas featured "Nothing To Lose" off of his EP, More Beautiful Than Silence.
Preview snippets from Ja Rule's forthcoming album, PIL2 (Pain Is Love 2), which drops on Feb 28th.
Colin Munroe enlists Pusha T for his new single, "The Fight Of My Life."
Chamillionaire drops off the first leak, "Won’t Change," from his upcoming 8-track EP, Ammunition
Kendrick Lamar speaks out on being left off MTV's Hottest MC's list
As we round out the bottom 5 of MTV's Hottest MC In The Game we got Jay-
Wiz Khalifa drops off a new record, "My Favorite Song," featuring fellow Taylor Juicy
Tyga links up with Wale & Nas for "King And Queens," which appears on his forthcoming album.
Joe's DINER releases visuals for their single,"Bout That Life," from their forthcoming Grand Opening
Super producer Pharrell Williams recently hinted at a possible collaborative project with Jay-
The war of words between Lil Kim and Nicki Minaj continues
Freddie Gibbs drops off the official music video for his 2 Chainz featured track, “Neighborhood Hoes.”
50 Cent drops off visuals for his Kidd Kidd featured track, “Shooting Guns,” from his Big 10 mixtape.
Big K.R.I.T. releases part 2 of his King freestyle that he dropped in 2010.
Tony Yayo releases a sequel to his El Chapo mixtape, which contains 12 new tracks and is hosted by Superstar Jay
Busta Rhymes calls in Missy Elliott, Lil Wayne & Chris Brown for the "Why Stop Now (Remix)."