Notice to the rappers of the world: be careful of what you write about, as it could very well land you behind bars instead of penning them, even if the lyrics have no direct correlation to the alleged crime.
Today (Aug. 29) would have been the 55th birthday of the King of Pop, and The Pablo Show wanted to get a few things straight.
Rapper J. Cole is apologizing to those with autism and their families for an offensive lyric.
The singer took to Twitter with the shocking claim that she was “forced” to sing the now controversial lyrics.
It’s all about wooing you to get you exactly where the band want you. The guys tell us the secrets behind set lists and using lyrics as pick-up lines.
[photogallerylink id=101778 align=right] The Florida state legislator who entered Jay-Z‘s ”99 Problems” lyrics into a debate about a bill concerning search and seizure, has offered some insight into the failed amendment and the lyrical jousting between […]
While working on his new book Decoded, [lastfm]Jay-Z[/lastfm] is beginning to regret the disrespectful lyrics he put in his music regarding women. He felt he didn’t present his opinion of women in the best light.
Ex-[lastfm]Cheetah Girl[/lastfm] and Ex-[lastfm]3LW[/lastfm] group member, [lastfm]Kiely Williams[/lastfm], has some explaining to do since releasing her video and song “Spectacular” on Monday (April 6).