Tip says he and Bobby Ray have already recorded songs together and may release an album titled, "The Man and the Martian."
Evidence names a few rappers who have been influential in his evolving style, and says that Dilated Peoples have already record several songs.
Fabolous joins MTVU's Campus Invasion Tour, DJ Premier and others come together to celebrate the life of the late Grandmaster Roc Raida, and the CMJ Fest unites deejays and emcees from all over the globe.
Tip offers a defiant explanation to those who he says don't understand his circumstances or where he came from.
Blu says he's not trying to make another album like his critically revered "Below The Heavens" and offers his opinion on the best Hip Hop album.
The Capo explains the idea of 'Vampire Life' and gives an update on a Dipset reunion.
The former chef enlists Statik to help serve up his second effort, 'Well Done.'
After being hospitalized for a stroke, the West Coast vet tweets a picture of himself in the hospital and delivers a message about diabetes.
Drizzy tells Hot 97 what he thinks about Pusha T's possible subliminals on the record "Don't Fuck With Me."
Eyedea's mother and family prepare to put on a ceremony and dedication celebrating the Rhymesayers lyricist's life and legacy.
Jay-Z's primary engineer explains why he's so close to the Roc Nation imprint and gives details on Jay Electronica's upcoming album.
El DeBarge joins Maybach's Rick Ross, Wale and Meek Mill to deliver two tracks at the BET Hip Hop Awards.
The newcomer represents the Taylor Gang movement for his Hip Hop Awards debut.
Tip and Jeezy perform "F.A.M.E." and "I'm Flexin'" together to start of B.E.T.'s 2011 Hip Hop Awards.
The southern-based record label links up with Universal Music Group's independent distribution group Fontana, and plans to release Lil Boosie and Webbie albums in the upcoming months.
Fredro Starr says a chance studio session led to a full-out album collaboration with Layzie Bone.
With minimal radio support, the Fayetteville lyricist's debut takes the top spot on the charts over Adele and Blink-182.
With Tip just a couple days out of prison, he promises to appeal more to his Bank Head supporters and says he doesn't owe explanations to his critics.
Brandy's little bro says he's moved on from the Loso fight, and brushes off rumors that he's worked in the studio with boxer Victor Ortiz.
Game says 50's lines in "Love, Hate, Love," will not go unanswered and promises his own record once he hits a studio.
In celebration of the FIFA 12 release, EA Sports includes Dr. Dre brand headphones in its VIP package, and sends them out to Lil Wayne, Drake, and others.