It’s been 17 years since Ma$e’s breakout solo album Harlem World and now he says he’s finally got the right follow up for it.
Rumors are swirling that he was stopped from entering the venue by a large mob of people at the behest of local rapper, Trick Trick.
For his new track referencing the NBA Finals, Rick Ross has assembled a quite a group.
Tony Redz counts down the hottest story of the past seven days.
Gunplay is gearing up to finally release Living Legend — and “Aiight” is the first single from the forthcoming album.
Rick Ross is being sued by a London promoter, Christian Ezechie, after failing to appear at a show and advancing almost $200,000.
“Thug Cry” is not a love song. Well, maybe it is, but this is not a music video love song.
Rick Ross appears to be in some legal hot water. The rapper has reportedly been sued over an incident at his birthday party in 2011.
First came Miguel’s “How Many Drinks” from his 2012 album Kaleidoscope Dream. Then there was the remix, which found Kendrick Lamar on the track with a rap verse and got the track a radio single release and a No. 6 peak on the Billboard Hot 100.
Ross rocks Versace and Air Yeezy 2s in the lavish new video set in the City of Light.