Lil Kim calls in Young Jeezy for her new single, "Keys To The City."
Nas speaks on the sound and what to expect from his forthcoming album, Life is Good.
Traxster Inc’s own Tha Dutch pays homage to Trayvon Martin with his latest drop,”Hoodied Up.”
DJ Premier & Bumpy Knuckles call in Nas for this record, "Turn Up the Mic (Remix)," off their collab project.
Final version of Busta Rhymes and Twista's collaboration, “Can You Keep Up?”
Tito Lopez announces his deal with Capitol Records, and touches on many topics with Muve
N.O.R.E. calls in Raekwon and Styles P for his new single, "Google That."
VH1 goes behind the music with Compton rapper, Game. View the full episode inside
Producer Bangladesh announces that he has signed onto Cash Money Records
Tragedy tha Beast puts down a lyrical assault over Meek Mill's single "Audemar" for his latest drop
The Slaughterhouse crew touch on multiple topics during their latest Q&A session
Slaughterhouse recaps their shows in New Orleans and Austin for episode 2 of their tour vlog
Kirko Bangz calls in J.Cole for the remix to his single "Drank In My Cup."
DMX is in legal trouble once again, as the Yonkers rapper is being sued for 630k
Swizz Beatz enlists A$AP Rocky for his new single "Street Knock."
Lungz drops his new single, "Oh Boy!,” which appears on his upcoming EP, The Fraternity.
Common hit the stage at Haze in Vegas, and laid down some bars of Jay and Kanye's "Otis."
The highly anticipated track from Obie Trice's "Bottom's Up" featuring Eminem has made it's way onto the net
Dr. Dre has revealed plans that he is working on a new horror movie called "Thaw."
The Wu speak on being in the game for 20 years, their movement, staying humble and more.
Curren$y has announced that he will release a new 5 track EP titled Cigarette Boats
Drake has announced that he will continue his Club Paradise tour. Dates inside
E-40 calls in Twista and T-Pain for this stand-out,"Tryna Get It," from his upcoming album
Game drops off visuals for his Kendrick Lamar featured, "The City."
Funk Flex lets it be known that he isn't feeling DJ Clue as he drops some bombs on him.
Sheek Louch & Ghostface Killah hit us with another track, “Flash Back,” while their camps gear up to drop the Wu Block album this summer.
The man accused of fatally shooting Atlanta rapper Slim Dunkin was indicted Tuesday by a grand jury