Jay-Z Launches Roc Nation Aviators With Skullcandy

Jay-Z has teamed with Skullcandy to release the Roc Nation Aviator headphones in a new joint venture between the two companies

Producer Drumma Boy Speaks on Anticipation of T.I’s Seventh Studio Album King Uncaged


It was 2008 and 2009 that marked some of Drumma Boy’s most significant accomplishments to date. His production work was nominated in two categories at The Grammy Awards, he was hailed by the New York Times, nominated for “Producer of the Year

Rhymefest’s Sophomore LP El Che Gets A New Release Date

CHICAGO – While originally slated for release on May 18, Grammy Award winner, Rhymefest, will unleash his highly anticipated El Che album on June 8, 2010 via dN|Be Entertainment.

Yukmouth Proclaims, “Free At Last!”

Veteran Grammy nominated rapper, Yukmouth, returns with his highly anticipated, sixth solo collection, Free At Last.

Investors Sue Promoters Of Lil Wayne Concert Canceled Three Times

A group of investors are turning to legal action in hopes of having their money returned after a concert that was supposed to feature Lil Wayne was canceled three different times.

Mos Def Signs On For Gulf Aid Concert


Rapper Mos Def will join a number of top musicians who are rallying to help Louisiana’s coast with a benefit concert called Gulf Aid.

Vh1 Announces 2010 Hip Hop Honors: The Dirty South

In its 7th year, VH1′s Hip Hop Honors will continue celebrating important movements in the culture during this year’s Hip Hop Honors: The Dirty South. This year, the show will have some southern comfort as it celebrates contributions made by southern artists in the game.

Game Talks Dr. Dre & Pharrell, Brotherhood With Shyne

Compton Rap star Game is gearing up for his fourth major label, R.E.D. Now due on June 29, the Interscope/Aftermath/Star Trak release is executive produced by Dr. Dre and Pharrell Williams.

Remy Ma Shooting Victim Loses Appeal Against Universal


A New York court dismissed a lawsuit against Universal Records today (May 11th), stemming from a shooting involving rapper Remy Ma.

Blacks Remain At Highest Unemployment Rate In The Country


Persistently high black unemployment remains a problem here in the United States, as the latest report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that African Americans have an unemployment rate of 16.5 percent, compared to 9 percent for white Americans.

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