Premier is going to return to back M.O.P. on June E1 release; G-Unit still involved in business relationship.
One Leg Up Records does a limited run of 200 copies of Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth's previously unavailable first release.
Harris Publication's men's lifestyle mag, will be a wrap after 50 issues and six strong years.
Bow Wow is hitting all stages this week as he promotes his new album <em>New Jack City II</em>.
Urban artists from Washington DC lobby to Congress for proper regional representation.
Kanye West works with “Where the Wild Things Are” director Spike Jonze for “See You In My Nightmares” video.
In a troubled time for the Roc-A-Fella mogul, he says he's bouncing back, promises to help economy.
Kanye West and G.O.O.D. Music popped into Austin to perform classics and praise <em>The Fader</em> and Perez Hilton.
Erick Sermon, Pete Rock, Rockwilda and Bun B help Reggie and Clifford return with a bang.
50 Cent to replace Forrest Whitaker in “The Expendables” while joining emo rockers Fall Out Boy on upcoming tour.
50 Cent says working with Eminem and Dr. Dre for “Before I Self” Destruct has left him with two albums worth of material.
Lyfe inks a multi-million deal for his Jesus Swings imprint after switching his management team.
Nickelodeon's sister station, TEENick, names Nick Cannon Honorary Chair and Development Consultant.
Outkast’s Andre 3000 translates his award-winning Cartoon Network show to live action at Atlanta’s Alliance Theatre.
Saafir tells Vibe why his group project with Xzibit and Ras Kass never saw a physical release.
Afeni Shakur issues statement that Morgan Creek does not have rights to a biopic on her late son.
Black Wall Street emcee/producer Nu Jerzey Devil speaks on his upcoming mixtape "Art of the Devil."
Virtual Vegas oddsmakers are making domestic abuse into gambling in the Rihanna/Chris Brown sentencing.
A 12 date mini-tour launches through mid-March that sends T.I. through the south and midwest.
GQ magazine Names Tip and Kanye to Most Stylish list as Fashion Week embraces Hip Hop.
Update: the G.O.O.D. Music star on the comeup says it wasn't Nike vs. Reebok drama that ruined his weekend.