The FADER's Nadine Smith writes about the surge in vinyl pressings of classic mixtapes, and how they can start to feel more like gold rushes than loving tributes.
Wu-Tang Clan's Ghostface Killah will publish his memoir Rise of a Killah via St. Martin's Press on May 14 next year.
Listen to “Hallelujah Heaven” (feat. Lil Wayne, Buju Banton & Shabba Ranks), the first single from Jeymes Samuel’s Book of Clarence soundtrack.
YoungBoy Never Broke Again is asking a judge to ease his house arrest rules, because of his "deteriorating" mental health amid declining music sales.
Fulton County Deputy DA Adriane Love’s opening arguments in the YSL RICO trial were interrupted by Young Thug’s attorney’s motion for a mistrial.
Metro Boomin said artists that "fake mysterious shit" for public image reasons are "ruining the game."
Contestants from "Squid Game: The Challenge" are threatening to sue Netflix and Studio Lambert over alleged injuries sustained while filming.
Yeat discusses his encounter with aliens in a new edition of 032c.
50 Cent is still not happy after Evanescence won the Best New Artist award at the 2004 Grammys, according to singer Amy Lee.
After settling a sexual abuse suit filed by ex-girlfriend Cassie, Diddy has been accused by two more women of rape, sex trafficking, and revenge porn.
Ludacris descended from the roof of Atlanta's Georgia Dome stadium while performing “Move Bitch” during the game between the Falcons and New Orleans Saints on Sunday.
Opening statements are expected in Young Thug and YSL's RICO trial on Monday, November 27.