Not in Los Angeles for the holidays this year but bummed you won’t be able to catch the star-studded Cali Christmas 2014? No problem. Power 106 and Footaction have you covered with a live stream you can watch right here on Hip-Hop Wired.
Since DJ Snake and Lil Jon joined for contemporary club anthem “Turn Down For What” last December, the term has cemented itself as the “go-to” question in modern Pop culture. Finding time to make the phrase more significant, the Atlanta rapper/producer recently teamed with Rock The Vote for “Turn Out For What,” hoping to increase […]
Oxygen has announced a new documentary series called Sisterhood of Hip Hop, centered around a bevy of up and coming female rappers.
Lil Jon has found success in a different kind of club music in recent years. That said, his collaborative hit with DJ Snake, “Turn Down For What,” has received a remix treatment that should give it legs in many more club demographics.
Sad news coming from out of the DPGC camp. Snoop Dogg’s Uncle Junebug has passed away at the age of the 70. He was undoubtedly the superstar rapper’s biggest his biggest roll dog.
Creating music videos is a meticulous process that must not be rushed but done at the speed of sound to make sure the public is properly service. As most of the snow melts around the country, this week’s The Wrap Up: Hip-Hop Wired’s Top 10 Videos Of The Week finds most of the honorees braving […]
The wild boy, Machine Gun Kelly, is gearing up to release his debut album. MGK made the official announcement last night via Ustream that his album Lace Up will be released October 9, 2012 and will feature Young Jeezy, Bun B, Tech N9ne and Lil Jon. MGK’s had a pretty good year in 2012 with “Wild Boy” taking […]
We’ll take all the new Pusha T we can get our hands on until he drops his currently untitled solo debut, due out sometime…soon. First, Meel The DJ dropped a mixtape called Champions in collaboration with LeBronJames.com and one of the exclusive tracks on said project is a joint from Push-A-Ton called “Pies.” Clocking in at just a shade […]
Apparently, Lil Jon said to hell with crunk and is embracing club music for his next album, Party Animal. The “Get Low” rapper/producer/hypeman/DJ debuted the video for “Drink,” featuring LMFAO, today, via the Huffington Post no less. The video finds the AARP set breaking out liquor bottles and red Solo cups when their nursing home […]