UPDATE #5: 50 Cent's "Street King Immortal" album has a new release date.
UPDATE #3: The stream of Azealia Banks' "Broke With Expensive Taste" has been released.
UPDATE: Stream the posthumous J. Dilla release.
UPDATE #3: Lloyd Banks and DJ Drama have teamed up for "F.N.O.," which can be streamed and downloaded.
UPDATE: Vybz Kartel's name is cleared in one of the murder charges the Dancehall star currently faces.
UPDATE: Now funded by Kickstarter, Murs puts a date on his comic-book/album, "Yumiko: Curse Of The Merch Girl."
UPDATE #2: Following his knee injury, Big Boi is a man of his word and gives fans the rescheduled tour dates for autumn.
UPDATE: While Young Jeezy was already slated to executive produce YG's "Welcome To Bompton," the Compton rapper signs to CTE Worldwide to make the relationship stronger.
UPDATE: Starz puts 50 Cent's series "Power" into production, with episodes on their way.
Donald Trump Mac Miller twitter beef continued as Trump dissed Miller on Twitter.
UPDATE: The Weeknd scores a platinum plaque for "Trilogy."
UPDATE #2: Eve enlists Snoop Loon, Missy Elliott, Juicy J and Pusha T for her fourth solo LP, "Lip Lock."
UPDATE: Gunplay changes the title of his studio debut, and says it's a more accurate reflection of how he feels about himself.
UPDATE #5: Talib Kweli's anticipated album "Prisoner Of Conscious" featuring Busta Rhymes, Kendrick Lamar, Curren$y.
UPDATE: 2 Chainz was cleared for his February arrest in Maryland.
UPDATE #2: DJBooth offers a preview of Styles P's latest retail foray, "Float," produced entirely by Scram Jones.
UPDATE #2: Ghostface Killah & Adrian Younge's "Twelve Reasons To Die" is made available for a free preview.
Exclusive: The producer for acclaimed albums by Game, Lupe Fiasco and Drake's "So Far Gone," pointed to three out of five albums from the early 1990s.
Exclusive: Maybach Music Group's R&B vet picks two from Death Row, two from Roc-A-Fella/Def Jam and one from the Bad Boy Records catalog to make up his personal Top 5 Rap albums.
UPDATE: Tyler, The Creator increases the anticipation for "Wolf" with dates in June, and an expanded run featuring Odd Future brother Earl Sweatshirt.
Additional artists on the tour include Justin Timberlake, Frank Ocean, Trey Songz and Macklemore.