The next time Drake’s hotline blings it might be Adele on the other end calling…
Bishop T.D. Jakes, the famed megachurch pastor, is pursuing legal action against Jeezy and Kendrick Lamar over the “Holy Ghost” remix
Billionaire Buck has dropped a scorching remix of Wiz Khalifa’s “When I’m Gone.”
It’s been a busy week for hip-hop veterans–but it hasn’t exactly been a good sort of busy. 90s superstars Busta Rhymes and Lil Kim both made headlines this week for their latest endeavors, but both projects were met with head-scratching and derision, as opposed to praise.
Singer/actress Brandy made an appearance on her old pal Queen Latifah’s talk show this week, and the Queen had a surprise for her guest. During Brandy’s interview, Latifah invited out fellow hip-hop stars MC Lyte and Yo Yo, who appeared on the smash 1994 remix for Brandy’s breakout hit “I Wanna Be Down.”
Hip-hop superstar Nicki Minaj shared a new track with her fans this week–only for her label to step in and yank it offline. This week, the rapstress posted a Soundcloud link for her new remix with PTAF, “Boss A– B—h”–much to the delight of her devoted base.
The producer claims that Jackson’s estate and Sony re-edited songs improperly with the intention of depriving Jones of production fees and royalties. Jones says that the re-edits constitute a violation of an agreement that gave him the right to remix master recordings for albums released following Michael Jackson’s 2009 death.
The latest person to raise hip-hop star Wale’s ire is David “Punk” Otunga.