Hit-Boy

Okay, everyone, we can stop panicking. Hit-Boy and Ye, aka Kanye West, are no longer "beefing" with each other.

Sean Garrett and The-Dream are both known for their legendary bops, but when the two were asked to go head to head as a part of Swizz Beatz and Timbaland's iconic battle series--fans got more than they expected.

Freddie Gibbs has been borderline maniacal with the bars, decimating each and every beat he lays vocal on like the evil genius of rap. After taking Kanye West’s “No More Parties In LA” to task, the ESGN general returns with The Beat Bully-produced “Money, Cash, Hoes.”

Rapper Mick Jenkins and Toronto jazz band BADBADNOTGOOD find a collaborative groove on “On The Map,” a cover of Sensei Blue’s hilarious song of the same title.

The Game delivered The Documentary 2 and The Documentary 2.5 a week apart back in October, providing fans with 36 tracks to feast on (not including an iTunes bonus cut).

Last night in Los Angeles, Hit-Boy tested out the live net worth for his new track “That’s What I Get” for a packed house brought together by Beats By Dre and Industry PR.

Well, here’s an interesting genre mash up to close out the week. Fall Out Boy delivers their “Irresistible (Remix),” featuring rap trio Migos.

Hit-Boy is all about putting in work for the greater good of Hip-Hop and that is very much exhibited on his new Zoomin’ extended player.

Rick Ross has given rap fans constant reminders (or songs, in this case) that his Black Dollar album releases on Thursday (September 3). Today, he returns with a Gucci Mane, Meek Mill and Whole Slab-assisted track called “Turn Ya Back.”

From the East to the West and everywhere in between, Footaction keeps a multitude of fashion heads laced with different variations of Hip-Hop flavor.

Selena Gomez recently did some Internet breaking of her own by embracing her womanhood and thick bikini body in Mexico.

Run The Jewels examine race relations between Blacks and whites, Blacks and police, and deliver an ill visual in one fell swoop.