This week Hip Hop’s biggest fails are explored, with a look at major controversies and biggest hits.
For free, no less.
Doctor Strange and Rocket Raccoon are among the featured comics.
“Behind the men who changed Hip Hop is the woman who knows the truth."
“I am misunderstood."
Both projects celebrated 15 years after being released on 9/11.
At least Kylie got his back!
L.A. Reid reveals the group’s album was secretly recorded before Phife Dawg’s death.
Timmy, Timmy, Timmy Turner
This week in Hip Hop featured rappers beefing and rappers uniting. Drake responded to Joe Budden’s repeated lyrical provocations with a diss track of his own.
The Bay Area rapper sits down with Larry King.
The Compton emcee gives an assist to Charles Barkley on the TBS Final Four pre-game show.
This weeks top singles and videos include Stitches channelling Adele, Joey Bada$$ blasting Troy Ave in a freestyle and Drake's new track.
This week in Hip Hop brings us Kehlani's suicide attempt, Chris Brown's insults, Jeezy's dental malfunction and more.
UPDATE: West released "The Life of Pablo" collection which includes hats, hoodies and bomber jackets.
“Miami if you’ve never been to Coco’s or Rollexx or Take One, you played yourself, you know what I’m saying, that’s the real Miami,” DJ Khaled says.
“Thugga Thugga still my best friend, best friend, best friend,” Rich Homie Quan raps.
“Anybody I collaborate with in my music, we are real friends, “ BJ The Chicago Kid says. “I admire their music, they admire what I do.”
"I talk to Kendrick frequently, we text a lot," Anderson .Paak says. "We met right after Compton came out, just sharing stories and different things from working with Dre.”
“Police said employees at the door called them around 11:15 p.m. saying they were getting overpowered by people,” The Austin American -Statesman reports.
“I worked with Troy Ave because I met him in the streets,” Fabolous says. “We built our relationship from there. I didn’t know he rapped.