Cam’Ron has been releasing music since the late nineties, remaining one of the East Coast’s most active rappers well into the 21st Century. It appears that the ride is coming near to end for the Dispet general, as he once more stated that Purple Haze 2 will be his final project, but not without dropping a […]
Last night (April 23) in New York City, REVOLT held its first annual Upfront presentation at the Marquee nightclub. The music channel’s chairman, Sean “Puff Daddy” Combs, as well as execs and show hosts were in the building bigging up the merits of the six-month old venture.
When former Roc-A-Fella Records chiefs Jay Z and Dame Dash split ways in 2004, it would mark the end of one of Hip-Hop’s most lucrative partnerships. In that time, Jay Z has grown to become an international brand while Dame Dash continues to erect new business ventures in and outside music. Dash sat down with […]
2013 is creeping to a close. While we experienced an immense amount of Hip-Hop struggle this year, there were some highlights that we can look back to that actually moved the culture forward.
Sean “Diddy” Combs and his cable venture, REVOLT TV, has been quietly building up its programming. The network landed a big splash after announcing it will be airing a live version of the popular Power 105 The Breakfast Club morning show.
Seems like there is trouble in the reality TV paradise that is Love & Hip Hop New York. Reportedly half the cast didn’t show up to a scheduled event because they wanted to renegotiate their contracts, then the other half that did caught feelings because they want more loot, too.