Eminem and Rihanna were Hip-Hop’s sole representers on stage at the 2014 MTV Movie Awards. The duo performed their multi-platinum collaboration, “Monster,” from the rapper’s The Marshall Mathers LP 2.
Since buying co-ownership stake in electronics company Monster, Swizz Beatz has been representing the brand in any way possible. Duty recently called for the Grammy winning producer to host/DJ a party that took place during the ongoing International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2014.
Monster® has been proven to show that they’re always going to be among the who’s who’s when it comes to audio enhancement. And with the release of their new product, we should see a paradigm in musicians looking for a “hands on” experience.
Meek Mill‘s target demographic is the streets, and that’s appealing to companies looking to align themselves with an artist fans respect. With a few endorsements to his name, Hip Hop Since 1987 spoke with the rapper about his venture with electronic brand Monster at the Dreamchasers Sports & Entertainment Summit in Philadelphia.
After the show it’s the after party—times 10. With the Grammys bringing in artists from all over the world, the streets of Hollywood were packed with stars, including Swizz Beatz who hosted the Monster House of Hype Grammy after party last night.
Meek Mill got some things off his chest this morning on Philly’s Hot 107.9. By things, we mean a few choice words directed at his haters, including a certain City of Brotherly love MC. That’s right, just when fans thought the beef fizzled, the MMG rapper directed some slick bars at Cassidy barely a minute […]
Remember Swizz Beatz and his “Monsta Mondays” campaign in 2011? Now, the producer is officially claiming the title after purchasing co-ownership stake in electronics company Monster Cable Inc.
Getting five hours’ (or more) worth of energy just might kill you. 5-Hour Energy, the compact jolt of liquid vigor found on the counters of gas stations around the nation, has been named in 13 deaths, and more than 30 hospitalizations, over the last four years.
Off of Keef’s Back From The Dead mixtape, Morocco Vaughn directs the Chicago star’s new clip, “Monster.” Chief Keef is hard at work with his new Finally Rich mixtape that will be hosted by DJ Drama. Hit the jump to see if this video is that ish you do like.
Thieves in New York City have great taste when it comes to the items they like to snatch. According to the New York Post headphone theft has increased in the city, and the most popular brand just happens to be Beats by Dre. “They’re very hot among thieves,” explained a police source. “It’s like, ‘I […]
Monster No Longer Making Beats By Dre Headphones Beats By Dre headphones have become ubiquitous, whether in music videos or on the street. Despite its success, there is an impending shake up at the company. Business Week reports that Beats Electronics, co-owned by Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre, has decided not to renew its five […]