Even before Tekashi 6ix9ine was out here dropping dimes like he was in a State Farm commercial a la Kevin Love and became Hip-Hop’s most infamous snitch, he was rubbing people all over the rap industry the very wrong way and none could’ve been more problematic for the rainbow haired rapper than triple OG Rap-A-Lot boss, […]


YBN Almighty Jay suffered a lot more than from embarrassment after he was the victim of a vicious fade by NYC goons. The rapper was hospitalized for days due to a stab wound.

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Rap-A-Lot founder and CEO James Prince helped bring about one of Hip-Hop’s most vital record labels, home to Geto Boys, Scarface and several other Down South acts. Prince sat down with veteran rapper and growing media personality Bun B for a candid chat on the label’s founding and more this past weekend at SXSW.


Rap-A-Lot Records founder and CEO J. Prince commands respect in the streets and Hip-Hop circles. It was J. Prince who put word out that Steve Francis‘ stolen chain was to be returned, or there would be consequences and repercussions.

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As the South remains the dominant region in Hip-Hop, Juvenile’s early contributions to the movement cannot be denied. As an original member of the Cash Money Records roster, Juvenile soared to fame with national hits like “Back That Azz Up” and “Ha.” But as we know, everything that glitters is not always gold. After parting […]