UPDATE: Former Guns N' Roses top-hatted guitarist and Usher will enhance the showdown between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Green Bay Packers.
Kourtney Kardashian, Pete Wentz and Taryn Manning join Diddy in popping bottles of Ciroc like it's (gonna be) 2011.
On December 18, the dynamic duo will show NBC audience about "No Love."
Kid Cudi's artist is a longtime complementary voice from Cleveland, who talks about what he would tweet 2Pac, and why he's a big fan of both Pimp C and Canibus.
R.U.L.E. hopes to follow in Irv Gotti's footsteps with his latest ventures in development.
UPDATE #2: Wyclef is confirmed ineligible, the artist accepts ruling, but maintains that he could help lead Haiti.
DMX tells Arizona's Super Shake at 101.5 FM that he's "built for war," and in touch with his son, while Tashera speaks on X's children out of wedlock, drugs.
DXnext alum Charles Hamilton streamed, revealing that he's in serious physical pain, while peer B.o.B. says, "Charles is not crazy."
For the first time in a decade, L-Boogie is back on the charts with her mysterious new single, leading into Rock The Bells.
The former Fugees frontman must to see if he's eligible to run as President of Haiti, as he reportedly sits in hiding after death threats.
For the second year in a row, S. Dot Carter tops the Forbes rankings. See what estimated sum your favorite star brought in.
Lloyd gets situated with Polow Da Don after leaving Murder Inc., and releases "Lay It Down" from his early '11 LP, "King of Hearts."
DX follows Game around New York for a series of events that show the man behind the star, as he talks about "R.E.D.'s" significance, and additional recording with DJ Toomp & DJ Premier.