Rich Paul, the CEO of Klutch Sports which represents LeBron James and more, sat down with the Rap Radar podcast.
Is there anyone Jamie Foxx can't impersonate?
During an interview on the Rap Radar podcast last year, some felt that Gunn's words about the labels were coming from a negative space.
Even when he’s not dropping new records or albums, Drake continues to be one of the most talked about and revered artists in music. Although he’s kept it rather lowkey in 2019, he’s still considered by many to be the man currently occupying the throne.
No matter how you feel about his music or image, Drake owned the 2010s and emerged as the artist of the decade. In a wide-ranging interview, Drizzy gets candid and talks about his beef with Pusha T and Chris Brown, the trajectory of his career, and more.
JAY-Z continues to put past beefs behind him with the help of others. Apparently Jim Jones was the plug so the Brooklyn MC could patch up his differences with Cam’ron.
Rap Radar’s podcast has a home on TIDAL, and its latest guest is Nipsey Hussle. Coincidentally, you can watch the episode for free since it kicks off TIDAL’s 12 days of account previews.
Last week, Tidal dropped the first part to Jay-Z’s in-depth interview with Rap Radar’s own Elliott Wilson and Brian ‘B.Dot’ Miller in which he talked about things like the references he made to Kanye West and Future on his latest album, 4:44, and the controversial line that got some people in the Jewish community up […]
The relationship between Jim Jones and Max B has been peculiar to say the least. From co-writing Jones’ biggest hit of his career “Ballin’” together to publicly beefing over, well, everything, their link to one another is well documented in the minds of Hip-Hop historians everywhere.
You have probably seen the trailer; Rap Radar’s Brian “B Dot” Miller getting barked on by Hot 97’s VP of Programming Ebro Darden. The verbal ether on the full Juan Epstein podcast is actually worse, but the two did come to a resolution, with Darden apologizing for screaming on the journalist/blogger.
Few artists are as criticized and misunderstood as Wale. From attacks on social media to others questioning his motives in signing with Rick Ross’ Maybach Music Group, the DMV native has endured despite it all. In a return to his hometown, Wale spoke on his creative process, the pressures of fame, and more ahead of […]
For some time now, there has been an elephant in the room, for lack of a better term, regarding a few Hip-Hop elder statesmens’ latest releases. Rap Radar’s Elliott Wilson cited three that met his disapproval in the inaugural episode of his new web series The Truth, with Life+Times.