Master P continues to have to keep his good name clean. He has responded to claims that he finessed both Fat Trel and Jess Hilarious.
Maybach Music Group rapper and Washington, D.C. native Fat Trel was released over the weekend from a Northen Virginia detention center.
Representing Compton, Boogie is readying his Thirst 48 Pt. II project for a forthcoming release. Today, he releases “Two Days.”
The wait is over. Danny Brown’s promise to deliver his new album, Atrocity Exhibition, comes to fruition today – three days ahead of schedule.
This edition of Wired Tracks is all about artists making their grand return. In this case, Miguel and Kid Cudi both treated fans to new material that should excite fans anxiously awaiting their next major release.
There’s proper execution, and there’s a level above that according to Def Jam’s Logic. In comes “Flexicution,” a newly released track by beloved wordsmith.
Fat Trel, born Martrel Reeves, was arrested on Thursday (April 7) for a multitude of charges including DWI and narcotics distribution. The MMG rapper’s struggle began when he was pulled over for speeding.
Fat Trel has some explaining to do. The MMG rapper got pinched for trying to use counterfeit $50 bills at a casino in Maryland.
With spring officially here, and summer around the corner, the time to drop an anthem just in time for the warm weather is now. Today, the Internets received two possible candidates in Young Thug’s “Digits” and A$AP Ferg’s new single “Let It Bang,” featuring ScHoolboy Q.
KAYTRANADA is as dynamic a producer as any of his peers. He’s currently readying his debut album 99.9%, from which he unveiled its lead single “Bus Ride,” featuring Karriem Riggins and vocalist River Tiber.
Chris Brown is giving his overseas fans extra incentive to purchase his latest LP, Royalty, by including the Royalty International EP, featuring five bonus tracks.
Kendrick Lamar’s “Alright,” one of 16 tracks to appear on his critically acclaimed, Grammy-nominated sophomore effort, To Pimp A Butterfly, receives a jazzy remix courtesy of Terrace Martin, a key figure in crafting the album’s jazz-influenced sound.