As promised, Mike Tyson has shared the latest episode of the Hotboxin‘ podcast featuring Eminem. During the conversation, they touch on Em’s journey from 8 Mile to diamond-selling MC, Shady’s performance of “Lose Yourself” at the 2020 Oscars, addiction and Proof.
Drake has made history once again. According to Billboard, Drizzy now holds the record for most Hot 100 entries ever after earning his 208th placement.
After 17 years with hip-hop and dubstep group Foreign Beggars – that disbanded in December 2019 – former frontman PAV4N drops his debut track "KARMA".
Indian-American rapper and singer-songwriter Raja Kumari has signed to Mass Appeal India, the label announced on March 9. The Grammy-nominated rapper-singer-songwriter-dancer is the first female rapper to sign with the label.
Cash Money Record’s legacy spans 25 years and is now on display for the world to watch. Spotify has released the four-part docuseries New Cash Order in collaboration with Cash Money Records’ co-founders and brothers Bryan “Birdman” and Ronald “Slim” Williams.
Seventeen years after winning an Oscar for the 8 Mile track “Lose Yourself,” Slim Shady finally found his way to the stage to perform the 2002 hit.
One of the original "Gully Boy" Naezy makes a solid comeback with his debut album "Maghreb". The six-track project takes production from Karan Kanchan, U.K.’s Compa and Canadian producer Byg Byrd.
It’s no secret that in addition to having a great ear, Dr. Dre possesses an impeccable business acumen. Forbes crowned the West Coast legend the highest paid musician of the 2010s.
Lil Wayne is officially part of the cannabis industry. On Dec. 1, the multiplatinum-selling rapper shared an Instagram photo of himself smoking a joint while revealing his new partnership with the cannabis brand Gkua. Naturally, it includes his own strain of marijuana.
Houston rapper-turned-investor Chamillionaire and Bay Area legend E-40 announced a contest geared towards investing $100,000 into minority and female-owned tech startups.
Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine have pulled back the curtain on the timeless album 2001. In a sit-down interview with Apple Music, the Beats co-founders reflect on the process behind its creation, including hits such as “Forget About Dre” and “Still D.R.E.”
On the surface of it, it’s easy to sum up Los Angeles-based singer-producer Mayurath Sinh aka ILLAH as a musician who makes hit records out of his $100 bedroom studio, but there’s much more in the mix. From his days in multiple bands, being an engineer and to being on the come-up as Illah, Mayurath has established stable footing in the independent music world.