Posts Tagged ‘Hip Hop’

Fat Joe is tapping into his comedic side in the upcoming comedy ‘Night School.’

In the film, which comes out August 28, Joe plays a convinct taking night school classes via Skype, while behind bars.

During the interview, Joe discusses the film, working with an all star cast of comedian, his upcomming rap album– Family Ties, and the state of hip hop.

Check out the full interview after the break….



A few days ago dream hampton confirmed that Nas used Jay Electronica and Stic Man from Dead Prez as ghostwriters for his Untitled album.

Unfortunately, that didn’t sit too well with the industry as fans and rappers alike went after dream’s credibility – and now dream is ready to call it quits…



Obie Trice is as real as they get. The day after experiencing the after effects of eating bad seafood in New York, Obie made time to speak with MSDTV about his new album “Bottoms Up;” his relationship with Eminem, and Dre; Black Market Entertainment; Black on Black violence; new hip hop artists and more. (more…)


There is no disputing Machine Gun Kelly is a wild boy. The rapper who is signed to the Bad Boy imprint moved the crowd at New York City’s Hiro Ballroom into a frenzy (by frenzy we mean mosh pit) at the joint party for the release of his EP “Half Naked and Almost Famous,” and Inked magazine’s annual Skin and Style issue featuring the wild boy on the cover. (more…)


“Roman Reloaded” is the latest single from Nicki Minaj’s forthcoming album, “Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded.” YMCMB ring leader Lil Wayne joins the baddest femcee in the game on this new track.  (more…)


DMX is having one of the best weeks he’s had in a long time. He appeared fresh, and relaxed as he was interviewed by 105.1’s Breakfast Club this Thursday.


This weekend MTV2 premieres the hip hop classic “Belly.” In honor of the premiere MTV2’s Sucker Free caught up with Nas, and DMX to talk about the film’s impact in the industry.



A few months ago we gave you a first look at G.I. Joe: Retaliation. The second set of trailers was released recently and hip hop heads are going to go nuts.


Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s character, Roadblock quotes Jay-Z before doing battle.

Whatever deity guides my life, dear Lord don’t let me die tonight.