50 Cent has never been known to bite his tongue. The mogul recently answered the most searched questions about himself on Google.

Hamburger Helper, the boxed food product that promises to, ahem, beef up your beef, has been a staple in households since the early 1970s. With a savvy social media team, Hamburger Helper has managed to keep itself on the minds of millennials and a new mixtape, Watch The Stove, might take the brand all the […]

If you say you knew this was on the way, either you’re on the team or you’re lying. Big K.R.I.T. drops a surprise mixtape called See Me On Top, Vol. 4.

After a delay of a few hours (it was supposed to drop at 9:11 pm), Lil’ Kim’s Hard Core mixtape has finally arrived. 

Upon successfully completing a KickStarter campaign, DJ Mars is proud to present The Art Behind The Tape.

DJ Jazzy Jeff and MICK aka Mick Boogie and drop their annual Summertime mixtape. The latest is Vol. 5 and it will be suitable for any and all summer festivities. 

Today (May 11) is Mother’s Day and Mac Miller celebrated by dropping off a new mixtape titled Faces.

It’s not everyday that a TV show gets blessed with its own Hip-Hop mixtape. HBO’s Game of Thrones received the treatment a little over a month ago. The last time prior to that is anybody’s guess.

Like Rich Homie Quan, TeeFlii has had the good fortune of being able to allow the world to hear his talents fresh out of the gate. The Los Angeles singer/songwriter keeps it close to the Hip-Hop world while mastering his lane of actually holding a note.

Rich Homie Quan cracked superstardom the moment he decided to make a play in the arena of rap.

The mixtape game is something entirely different now, but the music medium has been a part of Hip-Hop culture since the beginning. Early on, mixtapes from vets like DJ Kid Capri, DJ Ron G, DJ Clue and others dominated cassette decks all over.  With the digital age, mixtape artwork now only gets seen on smartphones […]

The $10 million lawsuit filed against Mac Miller by Lord Finesse has been settled, HipHopDX.com reports. According to court documents obtained by the website,  Miller and Finesse have ended the short-lived battle over the song “Kool Aid & Frozen Pizza.”