2Pac, Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg recorded classic albums at the recording studio.
"I don't know what the fuck going on, why the n-gga ain't got no muthafuckin' headstone. Shit ain't supposed to be like this."
Working with somebody that carries the title "The Voice of New York" is something DJ Drewski said is truly an honor.
During a recent interview with HipHopDX, the Grammy Award-nominated producer also clarified he was never signed to G.O.O.D. Music.
The Power 106 radio personality names 2Pac's 'Hit Em' Up' as the No. 1 diss track ever.
"How the heck has LL Cool J been overlooked? He was a phenomenal and ground-breaking rapper from the very beginning, as deeply steeped in rock as he was in the soul, funk, and rap that preceded him."
The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer posted a series of photos with Dre to his Instagram account on Saturday (April 3).
The artist Christopher Chan tells DX, 'Similar to the push/pull “rags to riches” lyrical theme of ‘Juicy’ — stylistically my work combines precision-crafted wooden figures with a naive and wabi-sabi aesthetic of stop animation.'
Gangsta Gibbs pays homage to the 'King's Disease' champion.
Tom Hanks' son reportedly got into it with ex Kiana Parker in January.
The 'Victory Lap' rapper was shot and killed outside of The Marathon Clothing Store on March 31, 2019.
This marks the first-ever online merch store for the iconic gangsta rap label.
Polo G's claim comes months after NLE Choppa dressed like 2Pac in his music video for "Picture Me Grapin" off his mixtape From Dark To Light
Eric Holder appeared in a Los Angeles courtroom on Thursday (March 25) where his public defender Lowynn Young filed the bail reduction motion on his behalf.
“I’m not talking about Trump, NASCAR type white."
The late rapper's family sued the gang's corporate arm last October after they filed a trademark for popular slogan.
The now-8x platinum song is getting closer to a club that Cardi B's 'Bodak Yellow' made its way into earlier this month.
The Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five OG's confidence hasn't wavered 39 years after 'The Message.'
Janet Jackson and Kool & The Gang recordings are also named "audio treasures worthy of preservation for all time."
The Terror Squad founder received backlash for his verse on 'The Plugs I Met 2.'