According to the New York Post, on his final day in office, Donald Trump officially commuted the sentence of Harry O, whose real name is Michael Harris, after it was revealed that former Death Row artist and Hip-Hop legend Snoop Dogg had been secretly lobbying at the White House for Harris's release. Snoop, who has been an outspoken critic of Trump and his administration, had reportedly called the move a "Godsend" before thanking the administration for serving his longtime friend justice.
Madam Vice President Kamala Harris represents many firsts in our country’s history. Besides becoming the first woman and first woman of color to serve in the elected position of Vice President, Harris will also make history as the first stepmother to hold the position as well. While this may seem minimal to some, the multi-cultural […]
Mac Miller would have turned 29 today, and fans are remembering him for his classic sounds, caring personality and loving spirit. Today, we remember the admired rapper with 7 things you may not have known about Mac Miller.
Just when you think you heard it all a journalist will pose the right question and get a jewel. One of Wu-Tang’s sharpest swordsmen revealed that tinsel town likes it hot. As spotted on Hot New Hip Hop Inspectah Deck recently made an appearance on Doggie Diamond’s No Filter podcast. As always the Brooklyn native made sure to ask […]
A man just scrolling on Instagram felt the need to tell Michelle Williams that she needed to have children and this is what she had to say...
After news broke that Timbaland's manager was kicking around the idea of a matchup between Future and Travis Scott, fans on Twitter have been debating the potential clash.
As one of the most beloved rappers and producers of his generation, the loss of Miller has left a huge void in the Hip-Hop landscape.
"I think God has definitely blessed her," Stack continued. "Right now, she's doing the best she's ever done. She's happy."
Bow Wow along with Fabolous, Trey Songz and more were in town for New Orleans promoter Larry Morrow's massive birthday bash at various venues across the city.
When NBA Jam dropped in '93 it took the sports world by storm with it's cartoonish, yet, realistic looking NBA players who were designed with big bobble heads and were capable of literally catching fire whenever making three consecutive shots in the game. It. Is. A. Classic.