Some of your faves were in the building on Sunday, December 2, for the Versace Pre-Fall 2019 Show in New York City. Kim Kardashian and Kanye West pulled up, along with 21 Savage, Teyana Taylor, Mary J. Blige and more.

21 years after his death The Notorious B.I.G.’s influence continues to touch popular culture of today. Versace is bringing back the sunglasses he made famous.

2 Chainz might be adding another luxury notch to his trap belt. It seems he is working with Versace on a new trainer.


An ex-Versace employee is coming out and spilling some hot tea on the retailer’s alleged racist practice when it comes to Black customers walking into department stores.

Drake gave the look, the verse, and even the hook to a list of up and comping rappers since he’s reached superstar status. Not to say that the Toronto rapper has birthed any artist’s career per se, but he’s undoubtedly created a platform and heightened the fan bases of a lucky few.

Beyoncé has no need to further separate herself from her competition–but she felt compelled to do so anyway during her Mrs. Carter Show World Tour leg in Scotland.

The verdict is still out Migos and whether or not they’ll be able to permeate the game outside of the south. With “Versace” finally phasing out, Hip-Hop Wired asked group members Quavo and Takeoff for an update at the BET Hip-Hop Awards.

Although the song has been bubbling for months, Atlanta group Migos finally gets around to dropping the official video for “Versace.”

Somebody get the Migos on the line, because the former estate of the Italian fashion designer that the trio named their smash hit single “Versace” after is up for auction sale. The South Beach mansion once owned by Gianni Versace, now known as “The Villa By Barton G,” closed its doors earlier this year.

You’ve undoubtedly heard the word “Versace” uttered more in the last few weeks than you have in recent memory. Credit that to Atlanta’s own Migos, who had the opportunity to sit down with The Breakfast Club this morning to discuss their bubbling movement, meeting Drake, and more.

The Game has lyrics to go over two smash records — Migos’ “Versace” and TeeFlii’s “This D.” The drop comes courtesy of DJs Sourmilk, Skee, and Justin Credible (b.k.a. L.A. Leakers), who will also host the Compton native’s forthcoming mixtape, Operation Kill Everything.

Migos have been bubbling in the south for some time, but their music didn’t truly infiltrate the rest of the country until Drake laid a verse over their hard hitting tune, “Versace.” Weeks later (Wednesday, July 10 to be exact), the group made their New York debut at Boiler Room’s Rap Life Player’s Ball series […]