Joe Budden has announced that he will release a new mixtape.
Diggy fires off on J.Cole, because Cole supposedly took a few subliminal shots at him during a recent show.
Lil Wayne takes on Future's, Mike Will produced "Turn On The Lights" for the remix
The original version of Drake's "Where Were You" featuring Dawn Richard
DJ Drama enlists Jadakiss, Cee-Lo Green, Nipsey Hussle & Young Jeezy for "Never Die."
Preview snippets of every track on DJ Drama's Quality Street Music album
Bigstat teams up with Rakim's son Tahmell and they Take on the Kanye West x Clipse track, "Kinda Like a Big Deal"
DJ Drama reveals the official tracklisting and cover art for his forthcoming album, Quality Street Music.
DMX continues to show his disdain for Drake as he has some more harsh words for the YM rapper
Nas releases the official trailer for the "Cherry Wine" music video.
T.I. gets the "Trap Back Jumpin" on his latest drop.
Fabolous is "So NY" Weezy probably don't like him.
Game called into Connecticut's Hot 93.7 and chopped it up with Jenny Boom Boom.
Lupe Fiasco releases a trailer for Food & Liquor II: The Great American Rap Album
50 Cent appeared on Power 105.1's The Breakfast Club for the first time, and discussed a variety of topics
Ab-Soul break downs the "Mixed Emotions" record that appeared on "Control System."
Ice Cube drops an anthem for the Raider entitled "Come and Get It" as part of Pepsi's NFL Anthems series
Kendrick Lamar reveals the official cover art for his major label debut, g.o.o.d kid M.A.A.D. city.
While out in Paris, Crooked I and Joell Ortiz laid down a freestyle with the Eiffel Tower as a backdrop.
The production credits for G.O.O.D Music's compilation album, Cruel Summer, have been revealed.
The intro to Onis' upcoming project "The Time Is Now" hosted by DJ Burn One
The first single "Push Em" from Travis Barker & Yelawolf's collaborative EP, Psycho White.
Mikkey Halsted takes on Lil Durk's "L’s Anthem" and addresses all the ongoing issues in Chicago.
Watch the full stream of Ice T's Something From Nothing: The Art Of Rap documentary.
Extended version of Slaughterhouse's "Our House," which features a new verse from Joe Budden
DMX goes in on Drake, again.