The Bronx is back outside. A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie and DJ OMINAYA have announced the American 'Me Vs. Myself' Tour with three stops in the UK.

The team at J. Cole's Dreamville collective announced the presale date for tickets to next year's Dreamville Festival on Monday. Fans who have signed up for the newsletter through text messaging or email have early access to tickets for the two-day festival beginning on Tuesday morning.

A video of support made by the honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan seemed to rub Ye the wrong way when the Nation of Islam leader briefly mentioned his financial woes. It prompted the rapper to respond in a video shortly after, "I don’t care who you are. I ain’t taking no slights from nobody.”


Odell Beckham Jr. says Nike is playing dirty with their new shady contract and he wants them to pay up the $20 million he's owed.

It’s a question most of us have asked. How much does a man who will soon welcome his 12th child pay in child support? According to Nick Cannon—a whole lot. 

The Kanye West train wreck continues. Ye is now saying that his late mom Donda West was sacrificed by the powers that be. 


Fivio Foreign had himself quite the 2022 with the release of his album, B.I.B.L.E. and all the features he popped up in. Now the Brooklyn rapper looks to close out the year on a high note with some new work and a new friend.

Nas is on yet another iconic run. He plans to close out his current album trilogy with his first ever concert at Madison Square Garden. 

Black Star, composed of Talib Kweli and Yaasin Bey, made their 'SNL' debut over the weekend. They were joined on stage by the renowned producer Madlib as they performed two tracks from 'No Fear of Time,' who also produced the entirety of the album.


Ronnie Fieg, KITH founder and CEO, is tapped to take on the role of Creative Director for the New York Knicks.

Keke Palmer will be hosting 'SNL' for the first time, and SZA will be the musical guest. The 'Nope' actress excitedly shared the news with her fans via Twitter on Saturday night.


Burglars broke into Nas' home in Calabasas while he was out of town promoting his latest album, 'Kings Disease III.'