Last week, two men were finally arrested for the murder of Chinx. Details are emerging about what led to the French Montana-affiliated rapper’s death via a drive-by shooting in Queens. 


A pair of suspects have been arrested for the 2015 murder of rapper Chinx. The case seemed to have gone cold before today’s arrest. 

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Juicy J returned today to announce his upcoming mixtape, Must Be Nice, and deliver its leading single “Trap,” featuring Gucci Mane and PeeWee LongWay.

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Travi$ Scott has an unfortunate history of his music leaking, a trend that continued with the premiere of his new single “Hooch” (released in accordance with the debut of his WAV. Beats 1 Radio show). Fortunately, the CDQ released today.

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So far, 2016 has been full of surprises. The latest comes courtesy of Sampha, the oft-recluse British crooner; he returns with a new song titled “Timmy’s Prayer.”


The violent murder of rapper and French Montana protege Chinx was a shock to fans of the rising rapper, who was on the cusp of stardom. Since investigating the 2015 incident, the NYPD said that the recording artist was a target of a hit.

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Surprise, surprise. Royce Da 5’9” is streaming his new album, Layers, guilt-free before it releases on Friday (April 15).

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More than six months after his grisly demise in his own Queens neighborhood, NYPD investigators still have no new leads in solving the Chinx murder case.

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This edition of Wired Tracks is best served when your speakers are loud, as HHW highlights Chief Keef’s latest release “Bouncin.”


Queens rapper Chinx was gunned downed in May, but there still are reportedly no solid leads on who pulled the trigger. The NYPD is now offering $2500 for info on his murder. 

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Another day, another 2 Chainz track, or that just happens to be the reality with his Trapavelli Tre mixtape that much closer to releasing. 

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The Notorious B.I.G. tragically popularized the slogan “you’re nobody until somebody kills you” weeks after he was murdered in 1997. Nearly two decades later, deja vu cast a black shadow across the NYC Hip-Hop scene.