K Camp always speaks his mind. The Atlanta artist sat down for our Streets Is Talkin segment and shared his honest take on everything from police brutality and the confederate flag to landing on the cover of XXL magazine’s Freshman cover and his haters.
Capone-N-Noreaga know what real beef is, but like the rest of the Internets they find Meek Mill vs. Drake to be very entertaining.
Papoose insists saying you love your girlfriend or wife doesn’t make you less of a man. The Brooklyn rapper and his wife, fellow MC Remy Ma, are the latest couple to join VH1’s Love & Hip Hop, and he thinks their relationship has influenced Hip-Hop culture.
Master P and Birdman were once rivals thanks to the successes of No Limit Records and Cash Money Records, respectively. So what does the fellow New Orleans native think of the fall out between Birdman and Lil Wayne?
We sincerely hope that Birdman and Young Thug don’t sincerely want to off Lil Wayne. Nevertheless, here are five reasons why they may be looking to assassinate Tunechi, allegedly.
Celebrity couples are highlighted even more these days, especially since social media plays a big role in visibility of these relationships. Despite the added pressure, B.o.B and Sevyn Streeter insist they are just like any couple.
Soul crooner Bilal put his fingerprints on Kendrick Lamar’s latest, To Pimp A Butterfly. The Compton rapper isn’t the first socially conscious MC he’s collaborated with; so we asked him to compare working with K. Dot to teaming with Common.
Last December, HBO officially made The Wire a cultural pastime when it aired during a heavily nostalgic marathon.
Unlike Mally Mall and Nikki Mudarris, Hazel-E and Moniece don’t plan on coming in to the second season of Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood with any baggage or drama to start the series. While the status at the end of the season is still to be determined, both ladies tell Hip-Hop Wired that they’re in […]
As fate would have it, 2015 appears to be the year Wale’s career has come full circle. The Maybach Music Group all-star player recently scored a Billboard No. 1 album after he revisited his breakout project, The Mixtape About Nothing and now, it has been discovered that there is a Wale Go-Go album in the […]
It’s hard to believe it’s been a quarter of a century since House Party made its impact on the Hip-Hop world but that is the acclaimed movie’s legacy as of the present day.
Every star has their breakout year and 2015 is shaping up to be just that for Quincy Brown. The second eldest son of Diddy has stepped out of his “Pops” shadow and established himself as a double threat since releasing his biggest-single-to-date in “Friends First” featuring French Montana at the end of January.