Rappers

Saturday was quite a relief to millions when the race was finally called for President-Elect Joe Biden. After the excitement it made us wonder, so what do all those Donald Trump-supporting rappers have to say now?

Iggy Azalea’s tax troubles may be easy to laugh at, but it’s also not unusual for the taxman to come knocking on ra apper’s doors. She’s not the first, and she certainly won’t be the last, rapper to get a visit from the IRS for money owed.

In a Hip-Hop Universe now far, far away, tight lyrics and fresh bars were the tools of worthy MCs. Flash forward to today, and social media, and pettiness has also become an ingredient.

Rappers and concert promoters have an interesting relationship. Both kinda’ need each other to survive, yet they always seem to clash.

You know those annoying struggle rappers that ask “Do you like Hip-Hop?” before trying to sell you their music? Well a bunch of them that ply their trade in Times Square are suing NYPD. 

Hip-Hop once had very stringent unsaid rules regarding how to carry yourself. Over the years the culture has become a wild west of sorts with no real reprimand for biting, struggle bars and collaborating with known pedophiles. Snitching though, is still a big no no.

To celebrate Twitter’s eighth birthday, the social media site opened up its archive for us to find our first tweet. And with the access, we did what anybody with a soul would do — look up the born-day tweets of our favorite struggle rappers.

There have been countless amount of fashion trends created by rappers. But that doesn’t mean they haven’t had lapses of poor judgment when it comes to style.

Even though the Superbowl was a complete wash, there were still some highlights that kept the game somewhat enjoyable. One of them was when “Broadway” Joe Namath styled on us all when he arrived in his now infamous fur coat.

It’s pretty easy to notice the parallels and similarities between Hip-Hop and the world of comic books. We decided to point out some of Earth’s mightiest rhyme-slingers.

The names that top Forbes‘ Richest Hip-Hop Artists’ list got their start by being an everyman. With rap revenue in a recession, do these next-gen rappers have what it takes to stand out?

MTV Cribs chronicled the lives of so many professed ballers throughout the years, they had to have known they were making a mistake.