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Wale has been known to speak his mind when it comes to the music industry and the pressures that come with being an entertainer, so when he pulled up to Joe Budden’s podcast fans were prepared to get real.

Rick Ross enjoys one of the strongest discographies in the Hip-Hop game, and since his 2006 debut album Port Of Miami, he has become something of a legend. Now a seasoned veteran, Ricky Rozay unleashed the sequel to his first album and 10th studio release, Port Of Miami 2, to much fanfare.

Wale is definitely still MMG. The DC MC recently spoke to Meek Mill and confirmed their brotherhood is still intact.

Another Mosley Music Group act bites the dust. Tink has announced she has left Timbaland.

Rick Ross was the guest for the third installment of Luc Belaire's "Self-Made Tastes Better" series, and the MMG boss discusses his rise in Hip-Hop.

Meek Mill's attorney, Joe Tacopina, claims that the judge overseeing his recent probation violation case has crossed several legal lines with his client.

Maybach Music Group rapper and Washington, D.C. native Fat Trel was released over the weekend from a Northen Virginia detention center.

The boys are back in town. Despite rumblings of beef within the MMG camp, Rick Ross, Meek Mill, and Wale unite on a new track titled “Make It Work.”

Ty Dolla $ign continues his scorching hot streak with an appearance on Race Banyon’s “What Are We Doing,” the latest gem from the ongoing Red Bull Sound Select music series.

Meek Mill’s career could be put on hold, depending on what a judge decides. The Philly rapper is expected back in court Friday (Feb. 5) where he will either be sentenced to jail time, or something less harsh.

Production collective J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League delivered an album titled J.U.S.T.I.C.E. For All, featuring “Empire,” an intro track from Rick Ross and Drake.

Wale happens to be a young master of metaphors, and he flexes his ability to conjure up coded lines in a newly released track titled “MVP (Bryce Harper).”