UPDATE #5: Waka Flocka Flame reveals new information regarding "Flockaveli 2."
UPDATE #8: Chris Brown releases a stream of "X."
UPDATE #6: Lil' Kim's "Hard Core" download and mixtape stream are now available.
UPDATE: The release date and tracklisting for Adrian Younge Presents: Souls Of Mischief's "There Is Only Now" have been announced.
UPDATE #5: RiFF RaFF's "NEON iCON" album is now available for streaming.
UPDATE #3: Hopsin releases "Knock Madness" for streaming.
UPDATE #2: Dessa has added additional tour dates to promote her "Parts of Speech" release.
UPDATE #4: Eminem's "The Marshall Mathers LP 2" is available for streaming on iTunes Radio.
UPDATE: Performances by various artists, including Kendrick Lamar, Jay Rock, 2 Chainz, Juvenile, Manny Fresh, French Montana & ScHoolboy Q can be viewed.
UPDATE #3: Black Milk's "No Poison No Paradise" is now available as a stream.
UPDATE: After nearly three years off from solo full-length albums, Da Odd Squad/Coughee Brothaz court jester is back with a 2013 LP. Now a release date has been provided along with a stream.
UPDATE: Charges against Coolio are dropped after prosecutors are unable to prove whether or not he was guilty of assaulting his girlfriend beyond reasonable doubt.
UPDATE: Justin Timberlake's second "20/20 Experience" release is available for stream on iTunes.com.
UPDATE #2: Del The Funky Homosapien & Dan The Automator release a stream of "Event II."
UPDATE: Drake reschedules some dates on his "Would You Like a Tour?" itinerary.
UPDATE #3: The stream for Maybach Music Group's "Self Made 3" mixtape is now available.
Exclusive: Crooked I lists a few collaborators and artists he looks up to from both coasts. In doing so, the Slaughterhouse member also spotlights a line he never cared for on Jay Z's "Reasonable Doubt."
Exclusive: Brooklyn's Astronomical Kid, who shoots many of his own videos, has a penchant for the Bad Boy Records of the 1990s and Hype Williams' lens.
Exclusive: Crooked I admits that he writes nothing down, but pulls three verses from his self-proclaimed "paper trail" of a catalog, including a Slaughterhouse single.
Gary, Indiana's burgeoning wave of rappers expands as the Number One Playaz trio gets a CBS Sports deal after making a viral video about Indiana University's Cody Zeller.
UPDATE: A member of Danity Kane tells the 2013 MTV VMAs red carpet "she always finds her way back," when asked about D. Woods' absence from the group the network helped create.