Game will have some familiar collaborators and some new album guests such as J. Cole & Future on his fifth solo album, "Jesus Piece." Cool & Dre are on the boards for a bulk of the LP.
K'Naan is back on the charts for a second time in 2012 with "God, Country Or The Girl." Macklemore & Ryan Lewis prove they are no one-week sensation, as MGK, Jay-Z and Lupe Fiasco move strong units.
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' "The Heist" topples Machine Gun Kelly's "Lace Up" by over 25,000. Meanwhile, Xzibit returns to musical form on "Napalm" but has the worst debut chart position of his career.
DJ Drama snags the highest-charting album of his career with "Quality Street Music." Meanwhile, Skyzoo, Flying Lotus, Z-Ro and Kutt Calhoun all debut in the Top 200.
For a full 24 hours, fans can get a full glimpse of "Black Out" from "The Man With The Iron Fist original soundtrack" featuring Ghostface Killah, M.O.P. and Pharoahe Monch.
Cee-Lo will release his first Holiday album this month, featuring The Muppets and Rod Stewart.
Lupe Fiasco sells nearly 90,000 first-week copies of "Food & Liquor II," while Murs & Fashawn also debut, and Kreayshawn vanishes from the Top 200.
UPDATE: Shots were fired and arrests were made after the feud between Def Jam Records' Rick Ross and Young Jeezy finally came to a clash.
Kid Cudi gave his fans an audio glimpse of a new record while on video stream.
Seven Arts Entertainment is suing In The Zone Entertainment regarding the distribution rights to DMX's just-released comeback attempt.
Meek Mill takes to Twitter to laugh at what he believes are the financial woes of Roscoe Dash, who earlier today, said he received no credit or royalties for writing the hook to "Lotus Flower Bomb."
DMX rocks the charts, but it's only the second time in his career he isn't #1. "Undisputed" is the Dog's lowest debut in 15 years. Daddy Yankee also makes a return.
Meek Mill revealed yesterday that he and headphone-maker Skull Candy are in business together.
At 9:15 pm EST on September 12, Common will give fans across the globe a look into his showmanship at the Case-Mate mobile fashion stage, part of New York's Fashion Week.
Lecrae defies "Gravity" with his sixth solo album nearly taking the #1 spot. Slaughterhouse's "welcome to: Our House" falls over 20 spots, and Rihanna is chasing another platinum plaque.
UPDATE #2: Lupe Fiasco continues and claims that a "broken heart" will likely make this upcoming album his last.
Slaughterhouse very nearly gets the coveted #1 spot. Beanie Sigel and Madchild crack the charts with benchmark releases for two different reasons, but both are inched out by Strange Music's CES Cru.
UPDATE: Police reports confirm that Chris Lighty took his own life amidst a difficult year for the veteran music executive.
Trey Songz gets his first #1 spot with "Chapter V." DJ Khaled gets the best chart spot of his career, as MF DOOM and Jneiro Jarel's JJ DOOM collaborative album makes a dent in the charts.
UPDATE: Complex captured two G.O.O.D. Music stars playing the highly anticipated "Madden 13" video game. The full video is released.
2 Chainz' "Based On A T.R.U. Story" is the #1 album on the charts, securing one of the biggest reinventing comebacks of recent time. Insane Clown Posse and Kottonmouth Kings also debut in Top 40.