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00 pm by Barbara DeFranco 0 comments Remember all that free sh*t Rihanna 's been getting? Well, apparently the "Pour It Up" singer needs more space to house all her designer clothing and shoes...The $14.6-million dollar duplex (pictured below)
A flurry of hip-hop shows are set to blow through town this holiday season, featuring everyone from Drake to Jay Z to Macklemore & Ryan Lewis...Pop & Hiss is here to help with a guide on which shows are worth gifting...From affairs of the heart to
The new and improved Marshall Mathers covers the latest issue of Rolling Stone . The Berzerk rapper, whose album The Marshall Mathers LP 2 has gone platinum after two weeks, rocks an adidas track jacket with a boombox over his shoulder on the cover.
Graphic crime scene photos and videos illustrate the bloody reality, as everyone from ordinary citizens and beleaguered CSI workers (targets for assassination by cartels) to tatted inmates speak about the toll...At the same time, the entertainment
TV One's Unsung , a modern day version of Behind the Music that often focuses on lesser known R&B/hip-hop/dance acts, is among the most captivating and well-constructed shows of its kind. It is consistently peak- Behind the Music levels of excellent.
The Silicon Valley-backed lyrics site Rap Genius says that it has a licensing deal with Sony/ATV, the biggest music publisher. News of the deal comes just days after the National Music Publishers Assn. sent takedown notices to 50 sites, including Rap
Dr. Dre Releases Nuthin' But A G Thang' On this day, November 12, in hip-hop history 1992: Few songs are as representative to an entire movement of music as Dr. Dre's world-conquering single, Nuthin' But A G Thang. Released in November 1992, Dr. Dre
After three infrequent but frequently thrilling albums as classy hip-hop duo Clipse, Virginia Beach brothers Pusha T and No Malice are focusing on their solo careers...We may never get another Clipse album, but hey, the alternative might be even
Daniel Hennessy for The New York Times Lloyd Ahlquist, left, and Peter Shukoff, the stars of Epic Rap Battles of History, which just began its third season on YouTube and ranks among its top 15 channels in subscribers. The duo founded Epic Rap
G Rap and Necro kicked it with Cipha and Rosenberg for the latest episode of Juan Epstein. Their conversation ran over an hour, but here is a rundown of what was discussed. G Rap talks about his early relationship with nas (this goes way further back