Like everything in life, the reactions are mixed. Can Pusha T really beat Drake in rap beef?
Young Jeezy holds “Trap Or Die” listening party in NYC, and ScHoolboy Q sells out his Los Angeles show.
Young Jeezy signs copies of his new project, and Meek Mill previews the tracklist for “Dreamchasers 4.”
Wiz Khalifa releases BASH bomber jackets, and Tyga celebrates King Cairo’s fourth birthday.
Social media has definitely played its part in this year's United States Presidential election. This means HRC outfit comparisons to Death Row and more.
Snoop Dogg protégé Jooba Loc's short film is also an instant winner.
Should Hillary & Trump Fear Eminem’s “Campaign Speech?” Shady makes everyone pick up a dictionary again with a nearly eight-minute lyrical assault.
Who apparently wanted her goodies but had to settle for charitable responses to his DMs.
The tip of the iceberg.
Also, "Kevin Hart: What Now?" delivers as expected.
Rihanna takes a selfie with her pops, and The Weeknd attends girlfriend Bella Hadid’s 20th birthday party.
Outkast "ATLiens" gets a ceremonial rendition, Bone Thugs are back, CeeLo Green and Killer Kill from Adamsville get honored big time.
Don't think the other N.W.A members were left off the hook either...
Problem performs the “My Squad” remix for the Los Angeles Rams, and Swizz Beatz is swagged out in Bally.
Nas and Erykah Badu perform on Jimmy Kimmel Live, and Kehlani speaks on out National Coming Out Day.
Tracks from Drag-On, Daylyt, Quilly, Reed Dollaz and Cyssero, who claims to have ghostwritten part of The Game's "92 Bars."
Jhene Aiko covers Status Magazine, and Freddie Gibbs starts fresh with a new Instagram account.
Wiz Khalifa also bashes TIDAL, and Young Thug blasts blogger Sandra Rose.
Paloma Ford also hosted a V.I.P. Hennessy toast and Paint and Pour Up LA is colorful as they get.
Drake drops by Drake University for a surprise performance, and Lil Yachty’s security is on point.