Lil Wayne isn’t the most popular celebrity in the Black community today. During an interview with ABC’s “Nightline,” Lil Wayne
Chapter 1 “Talk to the streets; then go to the world” It’s only the fall in Georgia, but snow has
Rich Homie Quan could sign with any major record label in the world, but he remains a force as
Newport, Arkansas, native SOLOH recently released his new video for the song “Juggin.”
Drake sent the internet into a frenzy on the evening of October 23 by releasing new music and revealing a
Jeezy and President Barack Obama have had an interesting relationship since he was elected in 2008. With the release of
Kanye West released one of his most epic rants during a stop in Seattle while on his Saint Pablo tour.
Influential artist CeeLo Green is backing a new and eclectic music group called Swagu Style House. Medulla (CeeLo’s son), Stranger and
1996 was a major year in hip-hop. 2 Pac released two masterpieces, All Eyes on Me and The Don Killuminati,
Chance the Rapper took his highly anticipated Magnificent Coloring World tour to the Fox Theater in Atlanta. The Chicago native
The festival grounds of the A3C Festival kicked off on Oct. 7. The main stage featured performances by Rick
Master P recently served as the keynote speaker at the A3C Festival in Atlanta. The CEO of No Limit shared
Shawty Lo was laid to rest during a home going service that took place at Jackson Memorial in Atlanta, Georgia.
Shawty Lo could possibly have a street named after him. According to a petition on Change.org, thousands of people
The music industry has almost become a throwaway industry. These days, you can drop a hot single and become the
Shawty Lo, born Carlos Walker, was laid to rest during an emotional homegoing service. Held at Jackson Memorial Baptist church
Shawty Lo made it a point to highlight the Bankhead community every time he touched a microphone. The rapper, who
Shawty Lo died on Sept. 20 after being involved in a one-car accident in Atlanta, Georgia. The rapper released hits
Shawty Lo shared his life story with ‘rolling out’ during an interview that took place in 2011. Edit: Justin Dennis
Jeezy, Big K.R.I.T. and other rappers took a moment to blast Donald Trump at the BET Hip-Hop Awards green carpet.