Another episode of Love & Hip Hop New York is in the can and once again it featured all sorts of perplexing twists and turns involving side chicks, fake player nonsense and pure f-ckery. Once again, Peter Gunz was at the helm, but it’s evidently clear that Tara and Amina are both enablers.
KiD CuDi has been just as serious about his acting as he is music for some time now. The former G.O.O.D Music rapper recently made a cameo appearance playing an ex-con on Adam Samberg’s Brooklyn Nine-Nine sitcom.
Love & Hip Hop New York made a triumphant return to television for its fourth season last night. The breakout star of the new season is without a doubt Peter Gunz and the struggle love triangle involving his new artist (Amina Butterfly) and his long time girlfriend/baby mama, Tara Wallace.
One of the most tragically unsolved murders in Hip-Hop history is that of Boogie Down Productions founder Scott “DJ Scott La Rock” Sterling. TV One’s Celebrity Crime Files series recently spotlighted the Bronx native that formed the seminal Hip-Hop group with KRS-One but whose life was tragically cut short on August 27, 1987.
Ludacris is easily one of Hip-Hop’s most talented lyricists, but he’s rarely in any Top 5 Dead or Alive type of debates. Nevertheless, the Atlanta by way of Chicago rapper has done more than enough to earn in VH1: Behind The Music special.
Episode two of Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta’s second season wasn’t as ratchet as the season premiere, but was nevertheless chock full foolishness and overall ninja nonsense.
DMX needs help, but you probably knew that. To kick off a new season of Iyanla: Fix My Life, life coach Iyanla Vanzant went to Yonkers and did her damnedest to help the troubled rapper get his life together.
The end of the world is on the horizon in the second episode ofMac Miller & The Most Dope Family.