Ain’t nuthin’ but a quiz thang, baby.
Superstars like Jay Z, Kanye West, and Lil Wayne — fitful allies in the fight for civil rights — may be suffering from outrage fatigue.
On Friday morning, no arrests have been made and no suspect is in custody.
At the documentary’s New York premiere, he brought people to tears.
God’s son took a break between tour dates to answer questions from fans on Reddit last night, and it was dope as you’d expect.
King Bey and King Jay made separate surprise appearances on Saturday night. Sister love was shared, old beef was made irrelevant.
Because you can still smell CK One and carry a torch for Pamela Anderson.
Not the best. The most important.
Was 1994 actually the best year for music ever? Probably, yeah.
LOST and Kanye West have way more in common than you’d think.
These facts will make any true hip-hop fan cry. Or just get ornery in the YouTube comments.
There’s still some time to make your masterpiece. Just ask Kanye West, M.I.A., and LCD Soundsystem.
Oh, yeah, just take a left at Nas’ “You Wouldn’t Understand” and go straight until you get to Jay-Z’s “Where I’m From” and then take a right at Redman’s “Rated R.”
Girls is Nas’s favorite TV show.
The latest “dad-rap” video opens with the name and birthdate of Nas’ real-life daughter Destiny, so you know he’s keeping it real. He expresses his fears about his daughter’s future (namely: twit pics and instagram condoms) and is straight about the lessons that having a daughter can teach a man.
A couple weeks ago, lyrics site Rap Genius started giving artists “Verified” accounts to explain their songs. But hey, rappers, fair warning: this may be a trap.
Good to see they’re getting organized.
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