Don’t be fooled by any talks of a social media civil war between BET and MTV, which are both owned by Viacom. It seems that the Twitter accounts of both media outlets have been hacked. 

Rick Ross gave his first interview since the drive-by shooting incident that took place on his birthday a few weeks ago. 

If you were watching last night’s episode of Guy Code on MTV2, you got a sneak peek at Mac Miller’s forthcoming reality show on the same network. Titled Mac Miller And The Most Dope Family, the series will shadow the Pittsburgh rapper as he creates his new album and lives in Los Angeles with a bunch of […]

Kanye West’s strange return to Twitter last week has inspired all types of weird activity, but this might be one of the weirdest.

Today (Jan 30), MTV’s 24-hour college-themed channel, mtvU, announced a new campaign led by students who wish to highlight the atrocities of human and labor trafficking. The “mtvU Against Our Will” campaign enlists Brooklyn rap veteran Talib Kweli and others to promote the accompanying interactive video experience known as “The Backstory.”

Let’s be honest, after the success of  Waka Flocka’s debut album Flockavelli, it was hard to get jiggy with this sophomore effort Triple F Life: Fans, Friends & Family. 

2 Chainz and Groove Chambers of 3 Little Digs drop knowledge this week on The Week In Jams. 

Maybe Lil Wayne doesn’t hate New York all that much. Young Tune is one of the debut guests on MTV’s new show, The Show with Vinny. 

Last weekend YouTube star and friend to Honey Coca*ne, Freddy E, reportedly took his own life before tweeting about it on Twitter.

Rappers changing their name is nothing uncommon, but rap veteran N.O.R.E. is the latest to join the trend as he gets ready to release his next solo album. 

Tyga is still explaining exactly what went down when old footage of him claiming another hood hit the ‘Net, last month. In an interview with Power 106’s Big Boy’s Neighborhood, the Young Money rapper exposed MTV’s Bustas as being fake, and was adamant about where he’s from.

MTV’s This is How I Made It has done an exceptional job telling the story of artists who’ve broken through and this past weekend, Wiz Khalifa told his story.