Melissa Cooper, a white former executive for Mass Appeal, which was founded by Nas, is suing the company for racial discrimination.
Hip-Hop fans are in for a treat. Amazon is set to livestream a show from Nas and Wu-Tang Clan’s N.Y. State of Mind Tour.
Along with Hip-Hop, Nas also turned 50 years old this year and the rapper teamed with Hennessy to celebrate the milestone with a party that featured a gang of high-profile guests including Kendrick Lamar, Diddy, Fat Joe and more.
Sprite has been integral in promoting Hip-Hop culture since the 1980s and launched a new campaign with Nas, Rakim, Latto, and Glorilla.
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Albee Al, NLE Choppa, and more.
Boosie Badazz has raised some eyebrows with recent comments he made stating that he feels Nas and Jay-Z are no longer relevant in music to the younger generation.
Nas and 21 Savage appeared to be charging into a head-to-head beef but that was silenced after the pair dropped the "One Mic, One Gun" track.
Jim Jones and Juelz Santana were guests on the 'No Jumper' podcast and defended 21 Savage's comments about Nas' relevance.