For the past 14 years, BET‘s long-running live entertainment show 106 & Park has delighted audiences with its mix of talk show fun and music video countdowns. The show will air its last episode this Friday for a special two-hour live finale featuring past hosts of the program.
If BET were having reservations about how the news of 106 & Park cancelled affecting the fans, it was confirmed that they made the right decision 45 seconds after the announcement.
After trolling us all with their top 20 female rappers list, XXL is seeking redemption by giving their 2014 Freshmen list a grand rollout on national TV.
A recent appearance on BET’s 106 & Park has August Alsina in the midst of media controversy that has fans and music lovers alike divided. The singer openly spoke on the matter while promoting his debut album, Testimony, on Sway In The Morning.
Anything can go wrong when you are taping for live television. The recent August Alsina appearance on 106 & Park should be a reminder of this.
While interviewing an artist, it’s important that you respect any comment they deem “off the record” and the question they specially not as off limits. 106 & Park host Keshia Chanté broke the latter rule while interviewing crooner August Alsina, and the artist definitely reacted with malice.
The righteous half of Clipse has no plans of reuniting with his brother, Pusha T, in the spirit of cocaine raps, but that has no bearing on No Malice’s desire to rhyme. Just recently, the season MC kicked some spiritual some bars on 106 & Park‘s “The Backroom.”
B.o.B has showed sides of himself that were previously unknown on records like “We Still In This,” “Headband,” and more. And he promises more on Underground Luxury, which he recently made a big announcement about on BET’s 106 & Park.
Fabolous dropped by BET’s 106 & Park Wednesday to premiere the video for his Chris Brown-assisted single “Ready.” In the midst of discussing random topics like selecting Gonzaga to win the NCAA Championship, Loso also let the cat out of the bag by giving a formal release date for his long awaited album Loso’s Way 2.
Bow Wow is back with the latest installment of his Greenlight mixtape. His latest project features additions from Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, Kendrick Lamar, Jadakiss and more.
Not that you needed anymore proof, but Bow Wow is a “Grown A** Man.” So grown in fact, that he’s released a song about it. Bow’s new joint is the latest off his forthcoming Greenlight 5 mixtape, and features some kind words from Snoop Dogg.
On Tuesday, January 8, the man accused of fatally shooting former Hot 97 and BET’s 106 & Park personality Corey “DJ Megatron” McGriff two years ago plead guilty to first-degree manslaughter. He will serve a 21-year jail sentence.
Kanye West doesn’t mind wearing a kilt from time to time, and even though A$AP Rocky takes similar fashion risks, he’s not about being called a cross-dresser. The Harlem rapper was seen on 106 & Park recently, wearing what looked like a summer dress, outfitted with a long coat, Timbs, and pants to match, but […]
Bow Wow wants a piece of that “Diced Pineapples” action. Tyga and Fabolous have both tried their hand at spitting over Rick Ross’ and the Drake-assisted ode to the fruity joys of going below the border.
As the weeks closes in on this Saturday’s (September 29) “2012 BET Hip Hop Awards” taping, the star-studded evening event hosted by funnyman/actor Mike Epps has no shortage of big names that will grace the stages of the Boisfeuillet Jones Atlanta Civic Center. Headlining performers include Maybach Music Group brethren Rick Ross and Meek Mill, […]
106 & Park will soon be a thing of the past. The BET daily countdown show has been a go-to spot for just about every big name in Hip-Hop and R&B, but has decided to throw in the towel after 12 years on the air. With the departure of Rocsi Diaz, and Terrece “J” Jenkins, […]
A$AP Rocky stepped into 106 & Park’s infamous Backroom, dropping a freestyle for the latest installment of the video countdown show’s popular segment. Joining the list with Curren$y, Prodigy, Kendrick Lamar, and more, the Harlem native spit a solid, but not earth shattering, freestyle for just over 30 seconds.