charles hamilton

Charles Hamilton had a meteoric rise in the Hip-Hop game, a steep fall off and eventually found redemption. A new documentary basically asks ‘What happened?’ to the enigmatic Harlem rapper. 

All eyes are on Lil Uzi Vert, a Philadelphia born, Atlanta-bred rapper and a pupil of DJ Drama and DJ Don Cannon. Today, the energetic spitter return with a few viable co-signs in tow on a song titled “Countin,” featuring 2 Chainz and Wiz Khalifa.

Though aesthetically different, Queens, NY collective World’s Fair embody an energy quite similar in principle to Atlanta’s Two-9. It is only natural that the crews, noticing their similarities, would collaborate for our listening pleasure.

The Hip-Hop weathermen say that Charles Hamilton and Rita Ora’s “New York Raining” is a hit and they’re actually working the record. The new collaborators recently hit The Breakfast Club to lay it down for Charlamagne Tha God, DJ Envy and Angela Yee for a highly entertaining (and informative) sitdown.

Allow us to right a wrong that continues to baffle yours truly. Over the weekend, Chance The Rapper continued his string of amazing visuals with a Broadway-themed visual for “Sunday Candy.”

With an appearance on Empire and a new single with Rita Ora, the oft-embattled Charles Hamilton has full circled through the pits of Hades to complete his comeback, right? Right? Eh...

Charles Hamilton’s return to rap has been swift and full of power moves. On Monday night (March 23), he and Rita Ora hit the Late Night with Seth Meyers stage to perform “NY Raining.”

Today, Hip-Hop Wired highlights a new track by Future in Wired Tracks. Continuing his “Monster Monday” campaign and keeping in mind that the NCAA tournament is just around the corner, he delivers a track called “March Madness.”

Charles Hamilton hasn’t lost a step with the verbiage. Known to kick freestyles in prolific amounts, the Harlem native left the microphone dead on Sway In The Morning.

Charles Hamilton has returned to rap, and here’s his new single “NY Raining,” featuring Rita Ora.

Charles Hamilton’s ascension to rap greatness plunged, as his life spiraled out of control around the turn of the decade. But times have changed, and the newly signed Republic Records artists, amid an upswing of opportunities, spoke with Billboard about his battle with mental illness.

After a drastic fall from grace that came with a jab to the face to boot, rapper Charles Hamilton is making a comeback and has a record deal with Republic Records to prove it.