UPDATE: Jean Grae gears up for her new album with a teaser trailer.
UPDATE: Additional victors include Kanye West and Bruno Mars.
Hip Hop has gained some of its own richest Americans, whose ascent to the 1% has put them in direct opposition with a majority that they used to be members of.
While Luda's recent diss aims to put Big Sean and Drake in check, Sean says "Badaboom" is built on a misunderstanding from over a year ago.
Busta and Mystikal announce that they've joined the Young Money family, strengthening the already solid Cash Money roster.
After last month's seizures, Rick Rozay says he may have to push the release of his album "God Forgives, I Don't."
Joey Crack tells Sanjay Gupta that he decided to shed pounds after the death of his closest friends and to control his diabetes.
The young Harlem rapper admits that he doesn't associate with many of today's New York artists.
Bun B says he's open to teaming up with the Shady Records super group and gives his take on Joe Paterno's dismissal from Penn State.
The Young Money giant affirms that her troublemaking alter-ego will be making a comeback with new music this month.
The R&B crooner reveals the cover art and tracklist for his fifth studio album, "Love After War."
With only one day of full sales, Wale is predicted to sell 190K units of his sophomore effort "Ambition," trailing behind Justin Bieber's holiday album, "Mistletoe."
ASAP reveals that Drake reached out to him for the Club Paradise Tour and says he's inspired by everyone in music.
M.E.D. says the title "Classic" may not be as obvious as it seems, and talks about the interactions between the black and brown communities.
The legendary Rock describes his first recording with The God and explains why he thinks Ra is the best emcee of all time.
?uestlove explains his anger with Rolling Stone magazine, Hip Hop photographer Chi Modu holds an exhibit with candid photos of some of Hip Hop's greatest, and Mary Jane Hooper's "I've Got What You Need" is re-released.
Fif questions figures showing "Tha Carter IV" sold close to one million records during its first week.
The Queens native says despite having a voice similar to Ghost, he's more influenced by other New York rappers.
Tip promotes his first fiction novel and his VH1 reality show, while trading jabs with Chelsea Lately.
Jimmy tells Miss Info he was the target of a "botched robbery" in Harlem on Monday.
Mary invites Drizzy to guest on the song "Mr. Wrong" for her upcoming album, which also features Nas and Rick Ross.