Not to be confused with Lil’ Fame of M.O.P., Fame rolls out his new single “Once In a While” from his forthcoming project Phuck Ya Co-Sign. The track features the Brooklyn rapper trading bars with Joe Budden. It’s been a while since we’ve seen Fame, but it looks like he hasn’t lost his knack for wordplay. […]
So last night’s episode of Love & Hip Hop New York started off kind of slow, but got very awkward by the show’s end. There are three words to blame (or congratulate?) for this surge in LHHNY searches: Jen the Pen.
It’s week three and things are moving along nicely on Love & Hip Hop New York. Joe Budden is still dealing with his relapse, wearing vests, and talking in a creepy killer voice; Tahiry continues to battle with her undying love for him, and Erica Mena is poppin’ off on just about anybody who wants […]
Two weeks in and Love And Hip Hop New York is overloaded with reality TV struggle. The old cast members think they actually have a chance of being something other than “cast members,” and the new members are putting up a pretty strong fight for relevancy.
Joe Budden follows the familiar yet effective pattern of dropping a new album after a VH1 show.
The latest season of Love & Hip Hop New York made it’s roaring debut last night, and as expected the cast was doing any and everything possible to compete with their Atlanta counterparts. Much of the original stars were gutted to make room for the new school which now includes the likes of Joe Budden, […]
The third season of VH1’s Love & Hip Hop, the New York City version, debuted last night and the drama was fully turnt up. Between Joe Budden, Raqi Thunda and Tahiry Jose, the OG version of the Love & Hip Hop series is trying to give Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta a run for the […]
Last night at Kiss-N-Fly in New York City, the cast of Love & Hip-Hop 3 made their debut and unveiled their premiere episode.
Well, now it all makes sense. Joe Budden sat down with FUSE in an intimate interview and talked bout the personal demons each Slaughterhouse member went through in the past year.
Atlanta may have been getting a lot of shine as of late, but the cast of Love & Hip Hop New York is ready to reclaim its popularity spot in the Twittersphere and beyond . The cast of LHHNYC partied it up with show producer Mona Scott-Young and her Monami Entertainment company, during her annual holiday party at […]
Where would sports be without music? Seriously, if there were no bands, chants, fight songs, inspirational tracks or personal music for players to get motivated to during pre-game, you would see a whole different product on the field, court and in the ring. The relationship between sports and music is critical.
Tahiry is beefing with Joe Budden something serious. The model blasted Budden for spitting about her on his latest mixtape A Loose Quarter.