Sometimes Hip Hop can move at a pace too frantic for even the most devoted fan to keep up with. Albums and mixtapes are released at breakneck speed, careers are made and broken with the swipe of a pen, and somewhere in between all the madness actual music (the quality of which vacillates between excellent and god awful) is being made. Twitter provides a nice summary of everything 140 characters at a time. And if you’re the type that would rather not be bothered with stepping into the Twitterverse to catch up on the latest in Hip Hop, we’ve filtered through the top rapper’s tweets and consolidated all the week’s events into one convenient feed.

This week, Lupe Fiasco plans on retiring again, Kanye West explains his Lebron James reference in “Facts,” and Vince Staples challenges Chris Paul in buckets.

Kanye West Feels Strongly About Folks Who Don’t Pick Up Their Phone

Kanye West has no country for people who don’t pick up his late night calls. Being a genius ain’t easy, huh?

Kanye West Releasing New Music Every Friday

Kanye West will be releasing new music every Friday. Thanks Kim Kardashian for the update.

Chance The Rapper Raises More Than $100,000 For Homeless

Chance The Rapper announces that the Warmest Winter campaign has raised more than $100,000, completing its goal to fund 1,000 jackets for the homeless in Chicago.

RZA: “I Could Never Condone Police Brutality”

RZA takes to Twitter to clarify his comments that Black youth should not scare the police. In an interview with Bloomberg, the Wu-Tang Clan rapper, who is also a supporter of PETA, was asked about the Black Lives Matter movement.

Lupe Fiasco Plans To Retire After “Roy”

Lupe Fiasco plans to retire after Roy. In December, Lupe announced the titles of his next three releases, which he said would all be released in 2016. Roy was one of the projects named. The Chicago rapper has talked about retiring for several years.

Vince Staples Challenges Chris Paul

http://twitter.com/vincestaples/status/685216971697213440

Vince Staples appears on ESPN’s “Highly Questionable” and speaks about life growing up in Long Beach, California. He explained the influence of Snoop Dogg’s music on the youth of the city. It looks like some parts didn’t make the cut.

Janet Jackson Explains Why She Postpones Tour

Rumors were floating around saying Janet Jackson had cancer. She clarifies this, letting her fans know she postponed her tour due to surgery. She is currently recovering.

Ice Cube And Kevin Hart Star In “Ride Along 2”

Ice Cube and Kevin Hart return with the sequel to Ride Along, scheduled to hit theaters on January 15. While promoting the film, the two team up with Conan O’Brien in helping a student driver.

Lil Durk Fires Back After His DJ Gets Sucker Punched

Lil Durk fires back as his DJ, DJ Bandz, falls victim to a sneak punch in a local mall. Rival rapper Mubu Krump is taking the credit for the unprovoked act of savagery, which was recorded on a cell phone.

Travi$ Scott: “New Album On The Way”

Travi$ Scott announces “new album” in Snapchat video featuring Mike Dean. Nearly six months after Travi$ Scott released his debut album, Rodeo, the Houston, Texas rapper is gearing up to release his next album.

Naughty By Nature’s Treach Disses Kanye & Kim

Naughty By Nature’s Treach disses Kanye West and Kim Kardashian in a series of tweets.

Wale Endorses Coach Jim Harbaugh For President

Wale suggests that Jim Harbaugh, the University of Michigan football team’s Head Coach, run for president in 2020. He is impressed by Coach Jim Harbaugh’s work with the University of Michigan football team this season, who’s the team is currently 10-3.

Tory Lanez Says He’s Just Getting Started

http://twitter.com/torylanez/status/684113043215650816

Tory Lanez has been on the forefront of this new wave of R&B. Dropping two mixtapes on Christmas, he claims he is just getting started. Confidence is key.

Kid Cudi Brings Fans To See “Star Wars”

Kid Cudi brings fans to see Star Wars: The Force Awakens on January 2. The Cleveland, Ohio artist sent the invitation via Twitter to see the movie in Glendale, California.