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He can DEFINITELY afford tickets, but Floyd Mayweather says he WON’T be hitting up Jay Z’s post-fight mega-party in Vegas.
Traversing the rap game has been an uphill battle, albeit a well documented one, for J. Cole. But his hard work continues to pay off tenfold as his latest album 2014 Forest Hills Drive becomes certified platinum.
Before their album release, Migos will embark on a headlining tour.
Damon Dash wasn’t kidding when he said he and Kanye West were purchasing the beleaguered Karmaloop. The sale has been sort of confirmed by the online streetwear retailer’s founder, Greg Selkoe.
Wale’s upcoming release, The Album About Nothing, has three alternate covers, one of which is near and dear to the rapper’s heart, and has been unveiled to the public.
Madonna’s Rebel Heart album just missed the No. 1 spot on the Billboard 200. Why is that? The Empire soundtrack stole that spot, of course.
Juicy J’s second wind has not only been prolific in the musical sense, but also in performance. The Three Six mafia rapper has been doing gigs on a consistent basis over the last couple years.
Back then, Muhammad Ali was the greatest of all time, but not just for boxing. His bravery surpassed defeating Goliaths in the boxing ring, and frequently transitioned into the strength of speaking.
Drake’s been running his city for some time, and with that comes the responsibility of putting on an annual festival with some of the hottest rappers in the game, Drake included.
Raekwon has been cheffin’ up some new music and has released the cover art and tracklisting for his seventh album, Fly International Luxury Art.
Jay Z’s $56. 2 million bid to buy a Swedish streaming company, Aspiro, has been accepted. His bid was almost blocked by minority shareholders who were not sure of Hova’s intentions.
Bun B is getting “Back to The Basics” for his next album, while Pimp C’s wife prepares her late husband’s posthumous album for release on Nas’ Mass Appeal Records.
We crunched the numbers, and here’s how Mayweather vs. Pacquiao will make $400 million.