EXCLUSIVE: Nino says he tried to mediate the feud, clarifies Termanology situation, announces new projects.
Loud.com announces the DXnext alum a winner, as well as Justus League affiliate, DJ Class signs deal.
Kweli and Dr. Cornel West visit the Virginia College of Law for a free Hip Hop law symposium next week.
The veteran deejay calls Diddy a hypocrite for recent statements, says Diddy's marketing ruined "style" in field.
Hammer dusts off the gold Lame' fabric pants for the first ever direct response Super Bowl ad.
Lupe and Shepard Fairey get awarded. Ron Browz "Pops Champagne" in honor of the Apollo's 75th anniversary.
After producing for others, J. Cardim releases an all star lineup of Little Brother, Royce Da 5
Hot 97's Funkmaster Flex talks car customization, moving "Ride with Funkmaster Flex" from ESPN.
Mullyman, Verb, B-Rich and others join the two producers for March's B-More Club Crack with Koch Records.
With his GS Boyz group and Swagg Team label, Yung Joc looks ahead to the future, with a line of sunglasses.
The much-hyped Biggie biopic has a strong showing during its first weekend and lands in the top five.
Young Jeezy, Pharrell, Lil Wayne and The Lox are all slated to appear on Jadakiss' Def Jam debut.
Death Row's sale continues, Black Rob contemplates his future and "We Ready" creator Archie Eversole plots a return.
Weezy returns to his roots with the Hornets' Chris Paul to help restore the park he played football at as a child.
The '90s rap superstar's latest venture is a dance-inspired site comparable to YouTube.
The ears that have shaped Hip Hop aren't feeling the unmixed, unmastered leak of "Could Have Been You."
The It's Pimpin', Pimpin' DVD that sold over 200,000 units on DVD is coming to audio from Warner.
After opening for Kool G Rap, Wu-Tang and others, Jake plans "My Will," along with his third album, "The Last Days."