Beantown's Made Men have signed a new deal with Koch Entertainment, an album is due in March.
R&B diva Mariah Carey has reportedly seen the last of her time at EMI Records.
Friday, December 28 will see a protest in North Hollywood, CA, over the suspension of a politically active DJ.
Public Enemy's frontman Chuck D has announced his intention to get into the book publishing industry.
A Connecticut teen has been sentenced to write a report on Afroman's song "Because I Got High," after being caught with weed.
The new Will Smith movie, Ali, came out yesterday, but its real-life subject took some heat.
The tv entertainment show Access Hollywood debuted the trailer for Eminem's new movie 8 Mile.
Cypress Hill will begin a tour in January with hardcore rockers Lincoln Park opening for them.
Ruthless Records will be releasing an EP of previously unreleased songs recorded by Eazy-E before his death.
Ohio's youngest rapper- Lil Bow Wow- gave fans in New York City a free concert, if they bought his CD.
The Sugar Hill Gang has won a court case against Snapple and Turner Broadcasting System.
Junior M.A.F.I.A. member Larceny has been sentenced to one year in prison for weapons charges.
Mos Def is set to appear in three major films next year, rocketing him onto the acting scene.
Jay-Z has thrown off the gloves and has replied to Nas's "Ether." He debuted his own dis on Wednesday.
P. Diddy is reportedly going to open the last two concerts of Britney Spears' current tour.
The Sixth Annual Mixtape Awards were held Tuesday night and DJ Kay Slay came away a winner.
MTV films will co-produce a documentary about the life of slain rapper Tupac Shakur, due next year.
Redman and Method Man's new movie premiered Monday in NYC, the movie is called How High.
Songs from the new Mobb Deep and Wu-Tang albums will be available as ring tones before the albums are released.