UPDATE: 50 Cent won the original ruling in the copyright lawsuit against "I Get Money."
UDPATE #2: The cover and tracklist for Raekwon's forthcoming solo album have been released.
UPDATE #4: Alchemist & Evidence's Step Brothers debut "Lord Steppington" album stream via Rhymesayers.
UPDATE: Lloyd Banks releases the cover art for "The Cold Corner 3."
UPDATE #2: The stream for DJ Khaled's "Suffering From Success" is now available.
Exclusive: F. Virtue details his days at Fat Beats, New York, mixing genres with his lo-fi production and what to expect on his album, "We Are Not The Shame."
UPDATE: Two and a half years later, Busta Rhymes is reportedly dusting off the plans to release the sequel until 1998's "Extinction Level Event."
UPDATE #4: Spotify users get a chance to hear the just-released "Saab Stories" by Action Bronson & Harry Fraud.
UPDATE: Hip Hop and Folk collide on Aesop Rock's new "Hokey Fright" album with Moldy Peaches alum Kimya Dawson, as The Uncluded.
Pusha T continues to taunt YMCMB, saying he "blacked out" on the crew.
Frank Ocean has been hit with a lawsuit over his single "Lost."
Kendrick Lamar addresses the importance of MTV's "Hottest MCs in the Game" list.
Footage of Chris Brown yelling at a valet and refusing to pay $10 has been released.
Beanie Sigel will face an even longer prison sentence for last year's drug charges.
Kanye West is upset he ranked at #7 on MTV's annual "Hottest MCs" list.
Travis Porter released its latest mixtape today, titled "Mr. Porter."
Mac Miller has released a new mixtape under his Larry Fisherman pseudonym.
The director behind the Beastie Boys's "(You Gotta) Fight For Your Right (To Party)" video has passed away.
RZA is suing Japanese actress/pianist Meiko Kaji over claims that he sampled her music.
50 Cent says that Pretty Boy Floyd has been avoiding a bout with Manny Pacquiao.
Jay-Z released a statement following a concert at the University of Arizona.