Grammy Award-nominated rapper Mystikal was arrested on Sunday outside of Baton Rouge, Louisiana after being accused of sexually assaulting a female acquaintance at his home.

Mystikal had a scary moment earlier this week while performing at a show. He took a very nasty tumble in front of the crowd.


After spending 18 months in the bing Mystikal took to the stage for the first time since being released a few months ago.

Mystikal is a free man for the time being. He is out on bond as he awaits trial.

Veteran rapper Mystikal turned himself in last August after rape and kidnapping charges from an alleged 2016 incident came to light. On Monday, the down south artist born Michael Tyler has pleaded not guilty to the charges and his legal team hopes to get his $3 million bond reduced.

There is nothing like a great comeback story. With a hit record vying the charts, appearances on primetime television such as Ellen, you can say Michael “Mystikal” Tyler is experiencing one.

Mark Ronson’s “Uptown Funk” has been the number one song in the country for a record-breaking 14 weeks (just two weeks shy of breaking Mariah Carey and Boyz II Men’s “One Sweet Day” 16-week run).

DJ/producer Mark Ronson is the boy right now. His Bruno Mars-assisted record, “Uptown Funk,” is number one in the country; now he’s pushing his new single called “Feel Right,” featuring Mystikal.

Registered sex offenders are forbidden by law to interact with children–especially, especially during Halloween.

With Busta Rhymes’ deflection from Cash Money Records, all eyes on Mystikal as the next O.G. who may be jumping ship.

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.

Just in time for tonight’s NBA All-Star Saturday Night festivities, Birdman randomly released a mixtape titled Rich Gang All-Stars. Don’t get too excited, because the project is a compilation of recent YMCMB efforts, which include Drake’s “Started From the Bottom,” the Future’s Lil Wayne-assisted track “Karate Chop,” and more. A few exclusive cuts are scattered throughout […]