Michael Jackson

Michael Jackson was more of a Hip-Hop head than he publicly admitted. He chilled with Biggie, T-Pain, and Warren G, and the 2001 Summer Jam almost exploded when he joined Jay Z onstage.

Michael Jackson and his musical legacy lives on while many worldwide still mourn the loss of the King Of Pop. However, an unreleased track from the vaults made its debut last night last night featuring assistance from one of Jackson’s understudies that will surely delight fans.

Celebrity privilege can be a dicey game to play. When money allows one to live a lifestyle without much consequences, serious problems can arise. Problems, such as engaging in unlawful sexual acts with minors for example.

Ma$e, the Harlem rapper turned emissary of God, is buckling down and insists that his rapping is not contradictory to his spreading of the word. Allegedly, the former Bad Boy artists believes he could have saved Michael Jackson if he was given the opportunity. 

Michael Jackson’s estate is in shambles and the late pop icon already has three kids who don’t look like him.

The “Justin Bieber got arrested” phenomenon is on day two and the Pop singer just added more fuel to the fire. The Biebs took to Instagram and basically compared himself to Michael Jackson.

Celebrity is very much a double edged sword. The money and access can be amazing but the scrutiny can expose even the most polished stars as unstable. And then there are some who just bug out.

Quincy Jones wants his dough. The legendary musician claims that Michael Jackson’s estate and the late singer’s record label has jerked him out of royalties and he is seeking $10 million, at least.

While it has been well documented by his friends and family that the late great Notorious B.I.G. had an impeccable sense of humor, he apparently took the safety of minors very seriously. In a hilarious story told by Lil’ Cease to HOT 97 DJ Cipha Sounds, the Junior M.A.F.I.A. front man retells the time Biggie barred him from meeting Michael Jackson […]

Civil rights activist and MSNBC‘s PoliticsNation host Rev. Al Sharpton makes his latest entry into the literary world with his upcoming third book, The Rejected Stone: Al Sharpton And The Path To American Leadership.

Hip-Hop often has conversations about which MC is the G.O.A.T. (greatest of all time), but very few, if anyone, mentioned can be considered the best musician across the board. That’s what made Michael Jackson so special.