You can add another notch to Kendrick Lamar’s already impressive belt. His most recent tour outing is now the highest grossing Rap tour ever.
One the year’s best tours just got better. De La Soul is joining Wu-Tang Clan and Nas on the “NY State of Mind Tour”.
One of the biggest names in the culture is going on the road. Lil Baby has announced the “It’s Only Us” tour.
Key Glock headlines "Glockoma" tour with Paper Route Empire labelmates Tia Corine, Kenny Muney, and Jay Fizzle. Long Live Dolph.
Jim Jones' voice will be heard no matter the setting. He recently met NYC Mayor Eric Adams and made sure to speak up on behalf of his community.
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.
DaBaby is struggling to sell concert tickets thus all signs are pointing to him falling off. He has responded to the chatter.
Note to all Busta Rhymes fans; keep your hands off the dungeon dragon. The Native Tongue MC recently checked a woman and her man for getting too handsy.
It seems that Travis Scott is back to performing full-time. He has announced a residency in Las Vegas at Resorts World Hotel.
Chappelle recently closed out the Tribeca Film Festival with a surprise concert featuring some of Rap's biggest names.
Set featured image Fat Joe doesn’t get enough respect on his name for his catalog. Joe Crack from The Boogie Down reminded the world of hoq big his legacy really is with a Tiny Desk (Home) Concert.
As another pandemic shutdown looms over the country one entertainment conglomerate forges forward. If you want to see your favorite music artists in 2021 you will have to make sure your paperwork is right.