UPDATE #3: SP The Ghost also enlists Busta Rhymes, Lloyd Banks, Pharoahe Monch and more for his upcoming LP, releasing October 4th.
Dame ventures into the automobile industry with his latest venture.
Lonnie brushes off the criticisms from those who put him in the crosshairs regarding his performance at the White House.
Hov reminisces on the historic day, when he also dropped his classic LP.
SP the Ghost updates on a few projects that are in the works.
The producer speaks on helming "Illest Motherfucker Alive," included on the deluxe edition of the LP.
Ricky Rozay is in legal hot water for taking another rapper's name.
Noreaga elaborates on what drove him and Capone apart.
Pusha Ton also touches on "Watch the Throne" and Diddy's appearance on his upcoming EP.
Chuck Taylor explains why he's harbored beef with Hov for the past seven years.
The care package includes a copy of the upcoming game, a customizable PS3 and more.
The Pittsburgh kid has high hopes after he drops his Rostrum Records debut, "Blue Slide Park."
The Odd Future frontman hops on the horn with the Brick Squad chief to chop it up.
Catfish Billy recalls his love affair with skateboarding and the culture.
The RZArector explains how he struck the deal to launch his "Chambers" line.
The Left Coast spitter also speaks on gangs and what their intentions should be.
Dame has reportedly faltered on payments to Uncle Sam.
The Snowman explains why he's been missing from the game.
Spitta speaks on how his former imprint missed out on what he had to offer.
Kool DJ Kurt reflects on the good ol' days and praises more contemporary MCs like Busta Rhymes and Eminem.
The West Coast spitter has some multimedia plans for his latest release.