R. Kelly can walk out of interviews, but he can't outrun his past.
"Whip/Nae Nae" was one of the biggest songs of 2015 and it only netted Silentó $100K?
If Lupe's latest tweet is to be believed another classic could be on the way, just not anytime soon.
King Push also says he'd sign Lil Wayne and, most importantly, confirmed how to spell his signature ad-lib.
A choreographer for Chance The Rapper and Vic Mensa has released an impressive, free visual project.
There goes Bobby Shmurda's bail money. As for the Wu-Tang album Shkreli bought....
Jay Z had big plans to make Rita Ora the next Beyonce - it didn't work.
Chance explains that PTSD is at the root of Chicago's violence, focuses on Jason Van Dyke and more.
We won't lie, we weren't expecting these bars from the duo.
Killer Mike proves that it's bigger than hip-hop by sitting down with a Democratic presidential candidate.
Sorry guy with a laptop and a Spotify account, you're not a DJ.
You won't hear anything remotely this dope on mainstream radio.
Jeremih tells Def Jam "y'all don't even deserve my voice" and he's got a point.
Being made fun of on the internet is nothing when you're facing prison time.
"Don’t worry about your real problems, just go to the strip club and smoke them away. That took over."
Godamnit Spike Lee, when are you going to know when to stop?
You'd totally go to a GOOD Music Festival, right?
No big deal, just the President saying he loves the music of a young man from Compton.
No big deal, just a Cash Money mistake that cost Drake a shot at a Grammy for one of the biggest songs of the year.
Call Kid Cudi a rapper and prepare to feel his wrath.
K. Dot racks up 11 nominations including the Album of the Year.
The "Chicagoan of the Year," speaking on behalf of his city, stands up to Spike Lee's new film.
The former head of No Limit Records is back and, it seems, better than ever.
We caught up with one of our favorite NY radio personalities to talk shop.
Why yes, we would love an original Def Jam jacket for Christmas. Thank you.
The lack of female artists in hip-hop is not due to a shallow talent pool.
Drake racked up a staggering 1.8 billion streams on Spotify this year. All hail the 6ix God.
Lebron and Wade changed the NBA like Kendrick and Cole are changing rap.
We explain what Jermaine and Kendrick's recent releases tell us about both artists.
Keef has his latest label deal suspended and his car repossessed. Where does he go from here?
Three years ago a group of Chicago artists came over to my house to party and the party has yet to stop.
Don't listen to a mainstream media easily fooled by internet hoaxes, the 6ix God is just fine.
"I'm not only a ghostwriter, but one of the biggest in the rap game."
Don't be fooled, Big K.R.I.T.'s new album is actually old and not supported by K.R.I.T. himself at all.
The pair earned the distinction for selling 10 million units of "Thrift Shop."
Can you figure out what Future's talking about? Does Future even know what Future's talking about?
"We didn’t do that album for popular culture. We did an album for people who need hope."
A Chicago teacher is in hot water after a school quiz focused on the Glo Gang leader.
"If it wasn't for OF where would Tyler be?" - Hodgy got vocal at this year's Flog Gnaw festival and Tyler was not pleased.
Tupac's not in the Top 10. Seriously. FOH.
Yes, there's a Nas verse on the new Justin Bieber album. No, it's not worth your time.
“We’re the only race that shoots and kills themselves.”
The former Murder Inc. head also claims Jay copied DMX' blueprint to make his highest selling album.