Rich Homie Quan
It’s a bouncers job to keep knuckleheads from ruining the party and sometimes they pay the price for it. But when a rapper puts hands on hired security you know his bankroll is going to feel the repercussions.
Akon and Rich Homie Quan will headline the second annual Passport Experience Festival in Atlanta on August 13.
All Rich Homie Quan had to was refer to his apology, and let the fallout from his epic fail at delivering a Notorious B.I.G. verse ride out—but NOPE. The Atlanta rapper is now blaming his struggle on the teleprompter, which in reality makes him look like an even bigger donkey.
Rich Homie Quan has emerged out of the shadows, stepped up like a man and apologized. After setting the Hip-Hop world on fire (for the wrong reasons) due to his flubbing a Notorious B.I.G. verse during VH1’s Hip-Hop Honors last night (July 11), the Atlanta rapper took to Instagram to apologize.
Questlove has come to the rescue of yet another popular artist who gave a highly questionable tribute to a deceased legend. This time he is defending Rich Homie Quan’s desecration of Biggie’s “Get Money” verse.
If Rich Homie Quan‘s 2016 VH1 Hip-Hop Honors rendition of the Notorious B.I.G.‘s “Get Money” verse were a physical object, the masses would be screaming “what are those?!?” in unison. The “Ooh Ooh Ooh” rapper’s flub has been the subject of much slander this morning on social media, and we’ve collected the best we’ve seen thus […]
Rich Homie Quan may have set Hip-Hop back 400 years when he embarrassed himself and forgot The Notorious B.I.G.’s lyrics on he and Lil Kim’s classic “Get Money.”
Wale has been firing on all cylinders as he prepares his upcoming S.H.I.N.E. (Still Here Ignoring Negative Energy), which arrives later this year. Today, he debuts a new song titled “Her Wave.”
When rappers appear on London-based radio personality Tim Westwood‘s show to freestyle we are always entertained. Whether that’s a good or bad thing is contingent upon the artists.
PARTYNEXTDOOR put his pen to work on Rihanna’s number one Drake-assisted single “Work,” which rested atop of the Billboard charts for nine weeks.