DX speaks with the recent Warner Bros. signee about his favorite fruit, hilarious ad-libs and Bay Area/Southern influences.
UPDATE: The woman who called 911 has been identified and Ray J, who was at the scene at the time of the reported incident, responds to the story.
Breezy fought the law. And, the law is winning. Here are the best responses to one of the wildest confrontations this year.
T.I. responds to Rudy Giuliani's claims that he "saved more black lives than" anyone at the VMAs.
Puff Daddy to charter school students: "Can’t stop, won’t stop."
Snoop Dogg is one step closer to receiving a chunk of Blast by Colt 45's $700 million sale.
Ray J says West is two-faced for "Famous" video.
"Let's make us a baby!!"
The next Hip Hop power couple?
Ain't nobody messing with Sean Don's clique.
Tory Lanez also has a strong debut.
EXCLUSIVE: Besides working with the controversial Atlanta rapper, he recently released his “Blue Devil” mixtape furthering his own solo career.
Ice Cube to Donald Trump: "Leave my name out ya mouth."
Michael Phelps: "There's no rapper today more inspiring than Future."
Someone will win a tickets to see Rihanna and Coldplay joined by ColleGrove (2 Chainz and Lil Wayne), Jamie xx, Chance The Rapper, DJ Khaled, Bryson Tiller, Travi$ Scott, DJ Mustard, SZA, A$AP Ferg and much more.
Blue Ivy rocks a Mischka Aoki dress at the VMAs.
Not quite an announcement for a presidential run, but still very Kanye.
It didn't stop at the billboard.
No need for Kanye to intervene.
The visual follow-up to platinum selling single "All The Way Up" features the best vaporizer on the market in one luxurious setting.
Beyonce and Blue Ivy, Fat Joe and Remy Ma and Swizz Beatz and (the still makeup-less) Alicia Keys rounded out the A-1 Hip Hop guest list.