While the world waits to see what is really good with the Coronavirus some folks are making lemonade of these lemons. One producer has taken some of Cardi B‘s sauce for a new sensation.
Hate it or love it, the Kanye West rant is a kind of a big deal in the digital era. One in particular that went really left is being revisited and now we have a behind the scenes look at it.
Waka Flocka Flame has never been one to bite his tongue on any subject. The “Hard In The Paint” rapper recently went off on a rant discouraging DJs and producers from releasing albums.
Wale is passionate about his craft. So passionate that he’ll make his feelings known with no chill. Apparently Complex wasn’t aware of this distinct character trait when they omitted him from a recent best of 2013 list.
It seems Trinidad Jame$ won’t be able to shake off his now infamous rant on the state of New York Rap so easily. First Maino g checked him in a taped phone conversation and now Mysonne has apparently confronted James in person.
Last week, Kanye West went on a rant at a Pusha T listening session where animatedly bigged up his G.O.O.D. Music artist and hurled shots at corporate America. Reportedly, Yeezy’s candor may have cost him some deals he’s been seeking out with the same people he sh*tted on.
Kanye West has never been one to follow the crowd. When rappers were firmly planted in the baggy look, he popped up in a pink Polo, corduroy jacket, slimmer-fitting jeans, and a backpack. When rhyming about money, cars, and girls, was the formula for a hit record, he released “Jesus Walks.” Today, he’s still blazing […]
Like we always do at this time, Kanye West took that stage last night in Amsterdam and got some more things off of his chest.
Lupe Fiasco graced the Washington Metro area with his presence once more, performing last night (Feb. 27) at a Maryland venue in the shadows of the Nation’s Capital. While onstage, the outspoken MC didn’t channel his recent Inauguration weekend antics, but did get a few other things off his chest.
Kanye West and rants go together like peanut butter and jelly, and once again Yeezy used the stage to vent some frustrations. While in London Saturday night, the Chicago superstar railed against the GRAMMYs, Justin Timberlake’s “Suit & Tie” single and even President Barack Obama.
Lil Wayne’s anti-Miami rant that took place has rubbed many of the city’s rap luminaries the wrong way including Uncle Luke and now Trick Daddy.
Here’s how I ended up listening to Nicki Minaj’s “Beez In The Trap.” I woke up from an hour-long nap. Scooted over to Miss Info’s site [Editor’s Note: We trust he checked Hip-Hop Wired, first]. Saw the song up and I hit “download” (Roughly 227 seconds later, it was in my recycle bin, but that’s […]