Tracklib, a platform providing music producers with pre-cleared original music for sampling, has secured $12.2 million in investment.
The record-breaking numbers for Certified Lover Boy are in. Drake is the first artist to ever hold nine spots on the Hot 100’s Top 10 simultaneously.
The Notorious B.I.G.’s former residence is on the market. According to The New York Post, the old Brooklyn apartment is up for sale for $1.7 million.
JAY-Z and Beyoncé have set up a new multi-million dollar scholarship aimed at helping young Black students pursue their artistic and creative ambitions.
Lil Baby joined forces with Foot Locker to renovate an Atlanta basketball court and gave away hundreds of bikes to kids before they head back to school.
Master P is providing aid to his hometown of New Orleans after it was hit by Hurricane Ida, the second most intense hurricane in Louisiana history.
Nas is announced as the new co-owner of the aptly-titled Escobar Cigars after investing in the company. He’ll be advising on marketing.
Future is using his platform to give back to Haiti after the country was struck by a lethal earthquake in August. The benefit concert will go down in Miami.
According to TMZ, Kanye West has filed legal docs with the Los Angeles legal system, looking for approval to change his name to “Ye.”
The jaw-dropping real estate addition was gifted by realtor Trey Williams and Young Thug’s manager and 300 Ent. A&R Geoff Ogunlesi.
Spotify’s RapCaviar recently revealed their Mount Rushmore for best rappers of the 2010s. Now they've revealed 4 of the greatest producers of the 2010s.
As indicated in his post, Kendrick Lamar will deliver one final album for Top Dawg Entertainment and then call it quits with the label.