The hit single secures its third week atop the chart after being knocked off by 6ix9ine and Nicki Minaj's "TROLLZ" last week.
The show will feature interviews with Snoop Dogg, Romeo Miller, Mia X, Mystikal, Silkk The Shocker, Fiend and more.
Guwop previously called the label "polite racist" ahead of his 'So Icy Summer' album, which is scheduled to drop on July 3.
Her response was a short but simple message to those criticizing her for working with the controversial rapper.
The Columbia Records artist reveals some of the raw numbers behind his music's financial growth.
Providing assists for Future, Gunna, City Girls, Lil Wayne, 6LACK and more, the Quality Control Music rapper's prolific run of this year can't get any hotter.
The collaborative single, which appears on the 'BLAME IT ON BABY' album, reached No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100.
This week delivers albums, EPs and deluxe editions from Lil Durk, Lord Finesse, Z-Ro, Yungeen Ace and August Alsina, among others.
The track is from JT and Yung Miami's latest album 'City On Lock,' which released ahead of schedule due to a leak.
Griselda Records fans will get new music from the Roc Nation-managed MC just in time for the Fourth Of July weekend.
Boosie called out Black customers for shopping at the luxury brand's store during a trip to the mall.
The joint project will be the follow-up to their respective albums '38 Baby 2' and 'Boss Man,' which both dropped earlier this year.
The East Coast showdown will also be available on Apple Music in high-definition video.
The original version appeared on the Atlantic Records artist's 'Sweet Action' project, which dropped in March.
"I really made it when they say shit like that," the Columbia Records rapper noted.
The controversial rapper has been basking in his success, which includes the Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 debut of his single 'TROLLZ.'
The retail giant has been called out for selling unlicensed 4PF and Sniper Gang jewelry on its website.
"I don't need no artist who don’t wanna be on [the] platform," the co-host of Complex's 'Everyday Struggle' said.
6ix9ine's single debuted atop the Billboard Hot 100, which led to him calling out Darden, Apple Music's Larry Jackson and Spotify's Carl Chery.
Benny The Butcher is the star and executive producer of the film, which WSG is comparing to 'I'm Bout It' and 'Streets Is Watching.'
Clark Atlanta University students will have the opportunity to be taught by the Grand Hustle boss.