Lady Gaga and Too Short are reportedly working, as Short Dog might be "in da house" on "Artpop."
RZA, GZA, Ghostface Killah, Method Man, Raekwon, Masta Killa, U-God, and Inspectah Deck are taking the stage in France this evening, and the whole world can Wu-Tang Clan kick it like a night flight.
UPDATE #2: Prodigy and Havoc bring Alchemist and Boldy James on tour as they celebrate 20 years of Mobb Deep and that infamous sound.
The teams behind two Wu-Tang Clansmen are involved in a $75,000 lawsuit over the U-God song "Heads Up," which Babygrande Records says belongs on GZA's "Dark Matter Album."
Bone Thugs-N-Harmony return to the Koch Records family seven years later, and wrap up their "Everything's 100 Tour" with Ty Dolla $ign.
UPDATE: It has been confirmed that "Kill The Architect" reunites Cage with Eastern Conference Records, where he released "Movies For The Blind" and a series of group projects, and a lengthy beef.
Bun B's fourth album is said to feature 2 Chainz and Rick Ross, and will be the first release from Rap-A-Lot Records' latest distribution deal in an iconic discography.
UPDATE: As media awaits the name of Kanye West and Kim Kardashian's baby, affiliate 2 Chainz lets fans know the name of his second solo LP.
UPDATE: Oklahoma City Police Department personnel confirms that 2 Chainz was among the 10 people booked this morning, after drugs were discovered on a tour bus.
With similar Rap origins, San Quinn tells the story, for the first time, of jumping Tupac Shakur with Rich Richie in the Bay.
Miley Cyrus might not need the money, but Three 6 Mafia's Juicy J apparently offers $50K to the best woman who knows how to shake it like a Polaroid picture.
The Nat Turner Band backs up Black Milk, who will be joined by Mello Music Group's Quelle Chris and DJ Sober for the No Poison No Paradise Tour.
Rakim Allah says he's talking to Pharrell and DJ Premier, but not talking to his former partner.
Exclusive: Babygrande Records signs Brooklyn, New York producer Kasim Keto to his first album-deal.
DMX's camp releases a statement conflicting with TMZ's reports after a video shows the former Ruff Ryders/Def Jam Records superstar apparently irate at police.
UPDATE #4: Goodie Mob's reunion album, "Age Against The Machine" can be heard in full a week before its release.
UPDATE #3: Three 6 Mafia co-founder Juicy J allows fans a free, full listen of his Taylor Gang debut, "Stay Trippy."
UPDATE #2: Fat Trel, Ca$h Out, Esoteric, Copywrite, King Louie, Roc Marciano, Vinny Chase, Katie Got Bandz, Chill Moody, OG Ron C, and Young Dro are on the 2013 lineup.
Lil Debbie opens up about what happened almost two years ago that separated her from Kreayshawn and V-Nasty.
Eight years after producing "Run It" for Chris Brown and Juelz Santana, that is allegedly what some Manhattan thugs told Scott Storch on Madison Avenue this morning, as he was robbed of his jewels.
Pusha T explains the care that he and his brother No Malice are putting into The Clipse brand as they consider a fourth album.