» By Moguldom Sep 9 2009, 16:15 Pm
Fans of the “Dogg Father” will be pleasantly surprised when they visit store shelves very soon as the new guardians of Death Row Records have raided its illustrious musical collection to bring the people a true gem, classic music from none other than Snoop Dogg.
» By DANIELLE CANADA Sep 9 2009, 15:30 Pm
Fresh off the release of his new book, 50th Law, 50 Cent is creating even more buzz around his name. The G-Unit founder is announcing more additions to his highly anticipated “50 Fest” concert. Leaders of the new school, Wale, Mike Posner and Kid Cudi were already confirmed for the show and now the lineup has been bumped up even more. Along with the previously announced lineup, 50 added Maino, Jim Jones, Uncle Murder, Ron Browz, D-Block, and Corey Gunz. The concert is set to take place October 3 at
» By JUSTIN STEWART Sep 9 2009, 14:32 Pm
While everyone has been raving and girls are screaming at everything that Drake touches, there are certain artists on the radar whose subtle approaches have resulted in big rewards. In the case of North Carolina rapper, J. Cole, time and dedication has landed him alongside Jay-Z as he was placed on the Blueprint III.
» By JUSTIN STEWART Sep 9 2009, 14:27 Pm
Due to major record label pressure and issues with creative control, many artists have made the decision to break themselves out from the major leagues and go at it on their own as an independent. As artists without the constraints of what records executives feel is best for sales numbers as opposed to quality of work, they are able to deliver material that comes off as authentic and as their own body of work.
» By JORDAN C. ALSTON Sep 9 2009, 13:54 Pm
Hotlanta newcomers B Boi and B Town are two young MC's living the life of their dreams. Signed to Jive Records via From The Ground Up Records, the Atlanta natives have set the country on fire with their melodic summer anthem dedicated to the have and the have not's, “Trick'n.”
Though only new comers to the music business, the duo has already experienced some of the issues that have made and broken careers, with one of the most important of such instances stemming from none other than their first and biggest hit to date. Speaking exclusively to Hip-Hop Wired before their