Lil B's next college lecture will take place this upcoming Thursday at UCLA.
Wiz Khalifa stays at #1 while DJ Khaled and company debut at #6.
"I'm asking myself, 'When the fuck I do that verse?'" Ghost says.
Lamar will perform "These Walls" for the show next Wednesday.
UPDATE: CBS 2 News is reporting that police have taken at least two men into custody for their involvement in the murder of Chinx.
Kendrick Lamar and Bilal surprised an audience in L.A. with a new song.
"I feel like Youtube is the biggest culprit," Jay rapped, "Them niggas pay you a tenth of what you supposed to get."
"Hip Hop, as a entity, was started in the late '60s, early '70s," Killer Mike says.
Boosie Badazz drops off a new documentary episode and Nicki Minaj teases her next video.
50 Cent speaks on the Game vs. Young Thug beef and OG Maco offers his thoughts on Jay Z and Eminem.
Two members of 50 Cent's crew are accused of stealing as much as $250,000 worth of jewelry.
The 'Excuse My French' rapper says his next album is due out in August.
The couple's new house is a former church and ballet school.
"You gotta beat Surf first before you get to me," Drake tells Murda Mook.
Wiz Khalifa stays strong at #1 and T'Wayne climbs to #2.
Snoop Dogg gets a pair of big features for "I'm Ya Dogg" and Drake remixes Fetty Wap.
Game & Young Thug get into an Instagram spat and Redman remembers his episode of MTV Cribs.
"Why don't we play the nigga that writes the songs," Amber Rose says at a club in L.A.
"They're not different from one another to me," Taz says of Dre and the Beach Boys frontman. "They're just in different eras."
The second season of Oxygen's "Sisterhood Of Hip Hop" premiers on June 9.
"It was a beautiful day in the ghetto," James says of the book's subject. "It was beautiful."