The 2021 BET Hip Hop Awards aired last night (Oct. 5) after being held in Atlanta late last week. "In Hip Hop We Stand" was the theme of this year's awards show as the producers wanted to stress one culture that spans different generations, styles, and regions.

Lil Jon is set to bring more flavor to the hit reality show Bachelor In Paradise as one of a slew of hosts taking over the reins from the departing Chris Harrison.

Lil Jon will be taking his talents to home renovation. HGVT has greenlighted the Lil Jon Wants To Do What? show.

When iconic producer and hitmaker, Teddy Riley, announced that he was up for the challenge of battling legendary crooner and fellow hitmaker Babyface–the internet exploded; but after creating the frenzy, Swizz Beatz and Timbaland announced to fans that they may have to wait just a little bit longer.

Lil Jon vs T-Pain turned out to be one of the best Instagram Live beat battles yet. The multi-platinum Hip-Hop stars went song for song for 14 tracks and it turned out close, though we'll give the edge to Lil Jon.

New Year’s Eve is right around the corner, and Lil Jon is looking to help you liven up your celebration by supplying curated Don Julio party packs via Postmates.

We not here for the Maroon 5 halftime show, so the good folks at EA Sports decided to provide some real entertainment Atlanta style to properly kickoff Super Bowl week with the #EASportsBowl. Here is how you can watch all of the action. 

Crunk Music producer and Atlanta native Lil Jon opened a school in the African nation of Ghana, dedicating the building to his mother in the ceremony.

In the newest episode of Hip-Hop Collectors, acclaimed photographer Shannon McCollum shares his photo album and stories behind the pictures.

More evidence of Donald Trump‘s unchecked White male privilege is coming to light. Lil Jon confirms that Trump repeatedly called him an “Uncle Tom” on set.

Whenever David Banner takes a minute to talk, best believe its going to be more than a minute. In a sitdown with Atlanta radio personality B High, Banner talks about his 20 year career in rap.

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.