During a homecoming show in Detroit.
The rapper wrote a letter of appreciation for Paper.
One of the greatest producers ever reflects on a storied career of keeping things chill.
"I knew I could put that Tupac tape in, and suddenly, things weren't so bad."
"Insane" new music is coming (on a deadline!) from hip-hop's first billionaire.
They do what they want to.
Six-minute video of rapping, rapping, and more rapping.
And in the process, she offered up a strong defense of women in the industry.
Old habits die hard.
The music stars battled the heat at the Texas festival's first weekend.
"Guts Over Fear" follows that same formula that's served Em well so many times before: an Earth-shaking hook plus lots of jilted real talk.
The rapper brought out Rihanna for a hand-waving rendition of his creepy 1999 hit.
Busta Rhymes enlists Eminem and producer Scoop Deville for his latest single.