True Religion continues to deliver nostalgia for their 20th anniversary year. They have announced a new capsule designed by Chief Keef.

Drill music is still a factor and Drake is making sure it is here to stay. He has slotted Chief Keef and Bobby Shmurda in a campaign for his OVO x NBA collection.

50 Cent is apparently in a later is better than never mood. He revealed what became out of Chief Keef’s fear of commitment issues.

Chief Keef just caught a legal break. Sosa will not serve time for his DUI case stemming from last year.

Chief Keef

Remember when Chief Keef got bagged in Miami for a DUI back in April,? Well, it turned out that the Chicago rapper wasn’t just under the influence of one or even two things like most normal people— nah, he had 8 different substances in his system at the time of his arrest.

Chief Keef is tired of today’s rappers spending their money on Loréal products and is going to hair-shame them into submission. At one of his most recent concerts, Sosa went off on rappers with “colored hair” for getting into “all that gay-ass sh*t.”

Today, Nipsey Hussle gives listeners a master class on a prominent inquiry in Los Angeles gang culture: “Where you from?” Of course, the lesson is packaged into a song titled “Question #1,” featuring Long Beach legend Snoop Dogg.

We guess it was only a matter of time before a social media platform like Periscope would lead to a “when keeping it real goes wrong” segment.

In celebration of the 10th anniversary of Gnarls Barkley’s debut album St. Elsewhere, the group’s production leg Danger Mouse shares a remix of their breakout hit “Crazy.”

The Internets have a way of blessing rap fans with audio gems. In recent days, an alternate version of Kendrick Lamar’s contribution to Funkadelic’s Aint That Funkin Kinda Hard On You remix album released.

With his saxophone and production skills in tow, Terrace Martin’s musical acumen has aided a list of artists from Snoop Dogg to Kendrick Lamar to YG to Travi$ Scott. Like his collaborative work, his solo material is not to be slept on.

After finding inspiration in Boosie Badazz’s recent bout with cancer, Young Thug returns with a track aptly titled “F*ck Cancer,” featuring Migos’ own Quavo.