Killer Mike's response to Twitter users criticizing his meeting with Georgia Governor Brian Kemp involved a picture of Martin Luther King Jr. in an apparent comparison. He did so after people questioned his criticism of Democratic candidate Stacey Abrams and the Democratic Party.
Killer Mike is lending assistance and his barbershop, The Swag Shop to The Confess Project for their National Mental Health Awareness Day of training Black barbers to be versed in coping mechanisms to aid Black men and boys in talking about their vulnerabilities to be better people.
Killer Mike spoke to TMZ after President Joe Biden granted clemency to 78 people who were incarcerated for drug offenses, saying that the number should be "quadruple" what it was and that they should be given first priority in obtaining dispensary licenses to sell and distribute legal marijuana.
The four-part series, Tumbleweeds With Killer Mike, features the Run The Jewels star as he travels to four big-city locations to discuss the finer points of cannabis and culture.
A viral video by a random man upset with the promo placement for Meek Mill's new album has sparked a conversation about art, expression, and perspective online with Killer Mike giving his two cents.
You can always count on Killer Mike to share his honest and sometimes brutal political opinions.
Though his gospel album Jesus Is King was received to mix reviews and mostly praised by Donald Trump Jr. (we wonder why), Yeezy walked away with Top Gospel Artist, Top Christian Album, Top Gospel Album, and Top Gospel Song awards by the time the night was done.
The Change Maker Award is the first ever for the annual music awards show.
After announcing his latest venture Greenwood, a digital bank launched with his close friend, Bounce TV founder Ryan Glover, the leadership team at Greenwood, which includes former Atlanta Mayor Andrew Young, unveiled their new platform on Thursday after raising more than $3 million in seed funding in June.
The Atlanta rapper spoke with the Georgia governor to discuss how small businesses and the music industry can thrive in the midst of the pandemic among other issues, but Twitter isn't having it.
Lil Wayne may have boarded the cancel express, but his latest apology tour is solidifying him staying there. On Friday (Jun 6) on Weezy's TuneChi Radio show on Apple Music, the Young Money captain featured special guests, Killer Mike, Snoop Dogg, and Bun B alongside the mayor of D.C., Muriel Bowser, along with hoopers Chris Paul and Stephen Jackson to discuss the current state of our social climate and the importance of protesting.
Atlanta rappers have been about that community action, boss.