Photo: Page Six Lil Wayne was admitted to Chicago's Northwestern Memorial hospital on Sept.3 after suffering from multiple epileptic seizures. Now, Weezy is back in the studio ready to get back to work. An Instagram photo posted by producer Scott Storch confirmed that the rapper is back in the studio. My boy from
Photo: Billboard Gucci Mane was sentenced to three years probation for a federal gun charge last year. After serving a three-year sentence for aggravated assault, he was released from an Indiana correctional facility. Now, thanks to Gucci's good behavior and his legal team filing court documents requesting early termination of his probation,
Photo: Shadow and Act I've been gone for a minute, but I'm back with another Flashback Friday. Political activist Angela Davis interviews the legendary hip-hop artist Ice Cube about his Death Certificate (1991) album. Cube also discusses the difference between his AmeriKKKa's Most Wanted (1990) album & Death Certificate. Check it out
Marcylis Cunningham is a 23-year-old R&B superstar on the rise. Cunningham just released his new single "Problems" which will be featured on his upcoming album, 820. Cunningham released his first single titled "My Girl" in 2009 along with two other records which were in heavy rotation for a year. The
Photo: BET.com Atlanta's very own, Dae Dae has made a name for himself with hit singles "Spend It" and "Wat U Mean." Now, Dae Dae has released the follow-up to his 4 Reasons mixtape with his new project, 5 Reasons. His latest project is inspired by his five children. The 300 Entertainment release features Dae Dae's
Photo: Rap-Up Kendrick Lamar is back at it again with new visuals. Kendrick recently just dropped his "LOYALTY" video featuring Rihanna off of his album, DAMN. The video was directed by Dave Myers & The Little Homies, who also directed “HUMBLE.” I must say Kendrick and Rihanna look real good together in this video. DAMN.
Photo: Hits On Hits Sage The Gemini has finally dropped his mixtape titled Morse Code. My new mixtape #MorseCode out now https://t.co/F0Xdu6vIx0 pic.twitter.com/ogDGmpxn7Z — Fasi (@SageTheGemini) July 21, 2017 Morse Code has 15 tracks with features from Kap G, Show Banga, Kent Jones and Lil Yase. Production is handled by P-Lo, Axident, Ian Kirkpatrick, Joe London, &