Acclaimed video director Nabil went to Kerala, India to film the six-minute mini-movie to Just Blaze & Bauuer's Jay Z-assisted single "Higher."
It's been a rough 48 hours for current and past members of Soulja Boy's SODMG roster.
RiFF RaFF was allegedly "Jody Highrollin'" in North Carolina this past weekend.
Exclusive: The Astronomical Kid (a/k/a Astro) explains why his rocking a vintage DJ Shadow beat on a recent mixtape single is good for Hip Hop. He also refuses to have a 10,000 unit-selling debut album.
Nelly, who was rejected by 10 labels before his platinum partnership with Universal Records, applauds Ryan Lewis and Macklemore's independent hustle.
Danny Brown appears unhappy with the contract he signed with A-Trak and Fool's Gold Records, and he threatens to release his follow-up to "XXX." A-Trak responds assuring that "Old" is coming soon.
The Three 6 Mafia and UGK connection still runs strong, as Juicy J will deliver what will likely be Pimp C's third posthumous album since his 2007 death.
Kanye West and Kim Kardashian plan to release photographs of North West on their terms, despite reported charitable temptations.
J-Doe kicks it with B.J. The Chicago Kid, Vali, Tank and James Fauntleroy on his just-released freebie "Welcome To My Fanclub."
Food trucks, carnival rides, games and prizes are just a few of Odd Future's favorite things.
Exclusive: Juvenile expands his UTP Records roster, and says "Rappin' N' Trappin'" is going to be on Rap year-end lists.
Iggy Azalea's Instagram photograph tips off fans that "New Classic" will likely include "Cheeks," "F*ck Love," "New Bitch" and "Monkey."
Nas leads the charge in raising $20,000 for Stanley Young and his eight-person family left homeless by a fire in Northwest Washington D.C.
Two of the three Roc-A-Fella Records founders were photographed smiling this week at a birthday party.
MIMS says that after a Top 5 album in 2007's "Music Is My Savior," that Capitol Records paid him "pennies," but owe him seven-figures.
The ill mind of Funk Volume, Dame Ritter speaks about his successful roster open to paying dues long after benchmark success.
From Watts to Chicago, street violence is hurting families. Two West Coast Hip Hop figures reach out to help stop the damage of violence in Chi-Town.
UPDATE: Outkast's Big Boi says Channel 6 jumped the gun confirming him to appear on the UK's "Big Brother."
2 Chainz apologizes to "No Lie" collaborator Drake and Toronto concertgoers for OVO Fest, and blames two hours of "harassment."
Drake signals his plans to stand out with "Nothing Was The Same" against 2013 albums released by Jay Z, Kanye West and others.
Both Tech N9ne and Robin Thicke hit career bests, with "Something Else" and "Blurred Lines," respectively.