Any active user of social media should be familiar with the viral hit that is Riff Raff’s “Tip Toe Wing In My Jawwdin.” A true tale of the track’s still increasing popularity is the remixes, the latest of which comes from Ludacris.
Beyoncé and Nicki Minaj’s “Flawless (Remix)” earlier this year set the viral universe ablaze. It got us thinking about the many other women before them who’ve helped set the precedent for female collaboration in Hip-Hop and R&B.
Atlanta is now a certified landmark when it comes to the rap game, but that wasn’t always the case. A new VH1 documentary titled ATL: The Untold Story of Atlanta’s Rise in the Rap Game traces the development of the A into a Hip-Hop destination.
It’s hard to believe that a MC as talented and formidable as Ludacris has released an official solo studio album in four years but here we stand.
Before the award show frenzy this past weekend fully catapulted, the 2014 BMI Awards, which specializes in saluting the top Hip-Hop and R&B talent annually, was in full effect.
Christopher “Ludacris” Bridges has been collecting plaques and awards for his music since 2000, and now he’ll be granted another high honor. Next month, Ludacris will be bestowed with the 2014 BMI R&B/Hip-Hop Awards President’s Award.
These days, a poverty-stricken Ludacris is into the realty business. The “Area Codes” rapper just sold his swanky West L.A. penthouse condo and moved into the Hollywood Hills.
Remember when Jay Z sparked a debate about rappers and charity when he announced that his “presence” was charity? Thankfully for us, these guys aren’t as frugal as Hov the MC.
The late, great King of Pop just got through performing “Slave to the Rhythm” at the 2014 Billboard Music Awards, and left people in awe, star struck, and confused as to why it happened in the first place.