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You never know when Snoop Dogg’s record-spinning alter ego, DJ Snoopadelic will show up. The latest sighting was for a great cause, witnessed at his joint venture with Happy Socks during their Winter 2014 event that benefitted Snoop’s Youth Football League (SYFL).

With GOAT 2 on the way, LL Cool J whets fans appetites with an aggressive new track titled “Break Your Face.”

Piggybacking off of Tyga’s highly publicized gripes with Young Money/Cash Money and his gripes label mates Drake and Nicki Minaj, Hip-Hop Wired recalls a list of other MCs who also beefed with artists on their label

LL Cool J gives “I’m Nice,” featuring Raekwon, Murda Mook and Ron Browz, the proper visual treatment.

LL Cooj J is back to remind you that he’s the “G.O.A.T.” and he’s using his seasoned bars to accomplish that mission.

LL Cool J must have heard/read all those comments on the Internets that said he was basically washed and needed to stick with the acting money. Uncle L returns to form on “I’m Nice” with help from Ron Browz, Raekwon and Murda Mook.

On Thursday (July 31), LL Cool J alongside Russell Simmons visited New York City jail complex, Rikers Island.

Unbeknownst to most, LL Cool J has been in the studio cooking up a sequel to his 2000 LP, G.O.A.T. (Greatest Of All Time). With that news comes the first single, “The Hustler,” featuring reggae artist Mavado.

On Sunday night (June 8), the 2014 Tony Awards put on a special Hip-Hop performance, of all things, featuring LL Cool J, T.I. and Hugh Jackman.

A song titled “All Night Long” can only be about a short list of things. But when you add LL Cool J to the fold, the amount of meanings dwindle even more.

In the 40 years that Hip-Hop has existed, these are but a few (well, 15) of the most saccharine rap videos to ever grace the screen.

In Hip-Hop, and life in general, there are no do-overs. But LL Cool J is nevertheless doing his best to explain and support his slander inspiring “Accidental Racist” single with Country music artist Brad Paisley. Last night, Uncle L discussed the tune on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.