Complex Media released a list of their top Hip-Hop Media Figures, and Joe Budden was awarded the number one ranking. The full list and Budden's placement didn't go over too well with some people on social media, while others applauded the media personality's position.
It has been a defining year for A$AP Rocky. He discusses new music, fatherhood and more in a new interview.
The discussion on Jay-Z’s best verse rages on. DJ Clark Kent paid a visit to Complex Brackets and his opinion was interesting to say the least.
The people have spoken. According to a recent study Travis Scott was voted the most influential person according to the culture.
And to think that we were happy with those $1500 stimulus checks a few months back, right?
Hip-Hop's most hated media personality has apparently been shown the door. Akademiks is saying he has been fired from his talk show.
DJ Akademiks took an L, but Freddie Gibbs wasn't involved just yet—but he does approve. The divisive, to say the least, "blogger" and host has been suspended from Complex News after calling Chrissy Teigen out of her name.
At a time when companies across the company are reckoning with their toxic work cultures, media companies are now on the chopping block for their role in treating employees of color and women unfairly and subjecting them to abuse. According to published reports, Complex is now under scrutiny by former staffers for perpetuating what they describe as a racist and sexist workplace, with many speaking out despite their nondisclosure agreements. In an open letter posted to Twitter, former employee Tiffany Wines wrote about the “daily microaggressions Complex culture is notorious for,” and specifically called for the resignation of Jay Salim and Arman Walia, both senior employees at Complex.
Joe Budden continues to flourish in media but it seems he has ruffled the feathers of his former co-worker. Akademiks is in his feelings once again.
Megan The Stallion revealed today (Mar.4) that after stating that she was being stifled musically, her debut album, Suga will arrive on March 6.
While 50 Cent hasn’t been the relentless terror that he’s been in times past online and in the real world, the legend of Fofty is still very much intact. During a recent sit-down, the G-Unit mogul shut down the interview after he was asked about an alleged dustup between him and French Montana.
Before rappers and singers turned social media into their own personal Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous, MTV Cribs was the closest thing we had to seeing how our favorite mic ripping and Henny sippin’ celebrities were living their lives off camera.