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As expected the last chapter on Nipsey Hussle’s story has yet to be written. It is has been confirmed his life will soon be captured in book form.

Top Dawg Entertainment‘s reign in the music world was not an overnight process but clearly, they own the market share of the game’s top talent on the Hip-Hop side with a rising stake in the R&B world today. TDE president Dave Free recently broke down how the label has thrived using time-tested methods of success, […]

Eazy-E tragically never got to bask in the accolades his contribution as a whole brought to the Hip-Hop culture. The anointed “Godfather of Gangsta Rap” died on March 26, 1995 at the age of 31 after an expedient battle with AIDS and has recently been remembered in the light of the wildly successful N.W.A biopic, […]

Where as lame sequels in Terminator: Genisys and Magic Mike XXL took a serious L at their box office openings, Antoine Fuqua’s Southpaw is looking to interject some surrealism into Hollywood theaters, subsequently going for the KO with ticket sales.

Hip-Hop magazine’s are a dying breed. The latest rap publication to go under is XXL, which moving forward will be online only.  With that in mind, heads that grew up thumbing through the pages of mags like VIBE, Rap Pages, Ego Trip or Stress are reminiscing. 

Flower child Jhené Aiko is the latest songstress to cover VIBE magazine.

R&B crooners Mack Wilds, August Alsina and Ed Sheeran all grace the cover of the latest issue of VIBE magazine.

Drake looking all…menacing? That’s what we get on the latest VIBE magazine which features the “Started From The Bottom” rapper on its “Race Issue” cover. 

Seemingly anything with Drake‘s name on it is a hot commodity and should never go to waste if you let fans tell it. That said, the Canadian MC plans to keep his momentum going by liberating tracks that didn’t make Nothing Was The Same before 2014.

SpinMedia, owner of VIBE magazine, is laying off a chunk of its staff and cutting a number of its smaller web properties due to a lack of profits.

The rise of West Coast record label Top Dawg Entertainment is no doubt attributed to the success of its breakout artist, Kendrick Lamar. TDE’s CEO Anthony “Top Dawg” Tiffith has been a mysterious figure, but the shroud gets lifted in a recent interview where the executive talks signing K-Dot, Jay Rock‘s Warner Bros. deal and […]

Twenty years is a crowning achievement for any publication. That’s why VIBE magazine is celebrating their two decades and counting tenure for the entire year. Las Vegas served as the locale for their most recent soiree yesterday, August 20.