King of New York

Fabolous is making a Santa Claus-eque push for notoriety in 2014 with the release of his Young OG Project, tomorrow on Christmas Day. Now that he’s aligned with the Roc, he’s feeling bigger and deffer than ever before, but that doesn’t mean he was able to get all the provisions he needed from Def Jam […]

Sean “Diddy” Combs is one ambitious fellow. The Bad Boy Records  and Revolt TV founder, Ciroc vodka pusher and sometime rapper is remaking the cult classic film King Of New York, and plans to star in the film, too. 

Papoose is an interesting fellow to say the least. In 2005 The Brooklyn native was touted to be  one of New York’s next crown holders. But since an alleged million plus dollar deal with Jive Records, Pap’s career has taken a turn for the worst, landing himself in the struggle rapper category.

Talking heads who’ve questioned Kendrick Lamar‘s intentions in spitting his “Control” verse can finally quit the speculation. Following a call-in to Power 106’s Big Boy’s Neighborhood, the Compton rapper phoned HOT 97’s Peter Rosenberg to speak in depth about his now infamous bars.

Sounds like Kendrick Lamar may need more people. The Compton rapper called into Power 106’s Big Boi’s Neighborhood radio show in Los Angeles and finally spoke on his verse on Big Sean’s “Control” that had MCs all in their feelings.

This J. Cole vs. Sean “Diddy” Combs fiasco only is only getting crazier as more details are revealed. Reportedly, the entire fracas popped off because an inebriated Diddy wanted to confront Kendrick Lamar over his “Control” verse. 

Rappers either love or loathe Kendrick Lamar right now, especially those that hail from New York City. Harlem’s own A$AP Mob sat down with Funkmaster Flex to weigh in on K. Dot’s verse and more particularly, his “King of NY” claims.

Some of your favorite rapper’s feathers were ruffled, the Internets reacted, and this was all because of Kendrick Lamar’s verse on “Control (HOF).” It was actually the TDE rapper’s claim that he was the “King of New York” that left most up in arms awaiting a response from a lengthy list of peers he named.

Kendrick Lamar dropping a vicious opening salvo last night. Guesting on Big Sean’s “Control,” the Compton rapper called out his peers and competitors by name and even rapped that he was the new “King Of New York.” So who is going to take the bait and answer K. Dot’s lyrical trolling? 

Let’s face it – waking up to a new verse that goes so hard it becomes an instant classic is a great feeling. West coast young gun Kendrick Lamar did just that with his feature appearance on Big Sean’s “Control.” In the seven minute song that will not be making the Sean’s sophomore effort, Hall Of Fame, Kendrick […]

The Internets are on fire because of a new freebie track from Big Sean called “Control (HOF).” But the Detroit native isn’t the reason folks are ranting and raving. Rather, a stellar verse from Kendrick Lamar has essentially turned the streets into gazpacho.

For a rapper, French Montana is a man of few words, at least during interviews. The Bad Boy artist did comment, sort of, on his buddy Rick Ross, one of the executive producers of his new album, losing his Reebok deal and on talk of him being the King of New York.