New York has survived the heat wave but it is still hot outside. A couple put a dollar store employee in a chokehold during a robbery in The Bronx.
Crime in New York City is getting so out of control these days that even police are looking like food out here to the wolves.
Drill rapper Dougie B was arrested along with three other men outside of a Bronx courthouse on Thursday afternoon by court officers after a shot was fired. Onlookers noted that there was an altercation after a car collision in front of the Bronx County Hall of Justice when the shot was fired.
The drill rapper with over a million YouTube views has been out on $250K bail since January and is looking forward to his day in court.
Sooner or later we all become familiar with the notion that death is a part of life and though we know this to be true it doesn’t make it any easier to deal with it when the time comes. A few days after Juice WRLD passed away Hip-Hop suffered another loss as OG Boogie Down Bronx […]
Though Jared Leto did everything in his power to dead Todd Phillip’s Joker film from going into production, he failed and the end result was a mesmerizing performance from Joaquin Phoenix. Not only does it have him in the Oscar conversation, but the film also made some stairs in the Bronx a tourist attraction.
When J. Prince speaks, many in the industry and the streets are sure to listen. The Rap-A-Lot founder and certified OG made a goon call to nab the thieves who jumped and robbed YBN Almighty Jay in New York, tagging notable artists connected to the city.
The Bronx keeps creating it spit KRS-One on “The Bridge Is Over.” However, the thorough borough is having a bad weekend thanks to the Yankees failing to get to the World Series, Cardi B saying “psych!” to breaking up with Offset and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie putting hands on Lil B.
If your plug cops his weed from a connect in the BX, prices are going up. The feds seized $22M worth of marijuana that was shipped from California to New York City.
The race to be the initial Hip-Hop museum is officially on. A battle to see who will be open to the public first between a Harlem and Bronx bound property is brewing.