E-40 continues to expand his beverage empire. He has launched a new spirits brand in Tycoon Vodka this wee
E-40 recently donated $100,000 to his alma mater Grambling State University, which unveiled The Earl “E-40” Stevens Sound Recording studio.
Saturday was all about Town Bidness on Saturday night as Verzuz took its breakout streaming platform west to showcase two of the Bay Area's legendary titans for the final battle of 2020.
As if Nick Cannon already doesn’t have enough to juggle by way of his massive media and entertainment empire, he’s now putting his sights on highlighting California’s Bay Area in a new light. Cannon revealed that he’s working on a crime drama titled The Yay Area, tapping Bay Area legends Too $hort and E-40 as […]
VICE’s Noisey is back with another season of documentaries about Hip-Hop scenes in different cities and their latest episode covers the Bay Area.
Representing Compton, Boogie is readying his Thirst 48 Pt. II project for a forthcoming release. Today, he releases “Two Days.”
E-40 finally got some roses while he can smell them. The living legend was featured on TV One’s Unsung.
Wale has been firing on all cylinders as he prepares his upcoming S.H.I.N.E. (Still Here Ignoring Negative Energy), which arrives later this year. Today, he debuts a new song titled “Her Wave.”
E-40 has enjoyed one of the most successful and lengthy careers in Hip-Hop today, which continues with the announcement that his 2015 hit single, “Choices (Yup)” has gone gold. Since beginning the rollout of released material in 1993, the plaque adds to the other gold and platinum-selling releases from the Bay Area slang lord.
Take a look at this gallery of NBA logos flipped with some Hip-Hop inspiration.
“Hella” just became hella official. Merriam-Webster added the Bay Area slang term to its dictionary this week.
It’s hard to believe that always charismatic E-40 only has a handful of movie appearances throughout his storied rap career that has spawned several decades.