Some know him as Ghost Deini. Others know him as Tony Starks. A few know him as Pretty Toney. However, Dennis Coles’s official rap alias is Ghostface Killah. The Wu-Tang Clan legend celebrates his 45th birthday today (May 9).
Beyonce's mother Tina Knowles got married to actor Richard Lawson on a yacht in California last week, but Blue Ivy was clearly the star of the big day according to photos the singer posted to her official website today (April 24).
Damon Dash is tired of taking losses. It's not even June and he's already been mocked in the form of a Twitter hashtag and lost custody of his two daughters. Now the former Roc-A-Fella Records founder is trying to come out a winner by going the legal route.
There's been a lot of good hip-hop dropping this year, and fans are getting more next week with Young Thug, Meek Mill and Tyler the Creator each dropping new albums next week. The only bad thing about the new heat is that it overshadows some of the stuff in the R&B lane. Jazmine Sullivan, who turns 28 today (April 9), is one example.
Rapper Future finally decided to shoot and release the video for “F— Up Some Commas,” arguably, one of the greatest songs he did after Honest. The visual doesn’t involve much ballin’ though. If anything, it shows that the process of f—ing up commas involves more pyromania than expected.
Gucci Mane's music may be polarizing from a critical perspective, but he's still a legend regardless. That's because there's no artists who have released more projects behind bars. Out of nowhere, Gucci decided to drop three albums -- ingeniously titled Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner -- on Tuesday (March 17).
An eight-year veteran of SXSW, Hot 97 radio personality Peter Rosenberg is here to help those who are newbies to the annual music, film and interactive festival. Check out his tips on How to Survive SXSW 2015.
There are hundreds of artists performing in Austin, Texas in March for the annual SXSW music festival. This is a solid starting point of what's to come down south. Check out the 10 Most Anticipated Rappers & Singers at SXSW 2015.
Rapper Common and singer John Legend performed their inspirational song 'Glory' at the 87th annual Academy Awards on Sunday night (Feb. 22). The collaborative tune is from the Oprah Winfrey-produced film, 'Selma,' which is up for two awards: Best Original Song and Best Picture.
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