Yo Gotti is ready to move on from the speculation and rumors about his alleged feud with Young Dolph. The Memphis rapper hopes to get the conversation back to music with his new album, I Still Am. The newly-released LP features 13 tracks with some serious star power. Gotti enlists Nicki Minaj, Chris Brown, 21 Savage, Meek Mill, French Montana and YFN Lucci for help on the album. Check out

To help diffuse chatter of his alleged feud with Young Dolph, Memphis rapper Yo Gotti recently shared a text message he sent to Dolph years ago. While appearing on The Breakfast Club on Thursday (October 26), Yo Gotti allowed host Charlamagne Tha God to read the last text he sent to Dolph. The text dated back to August 24, 2012, and is filled with positivity, with Gotti offering wise words

Big Sean’s career has been decorated with numerous plaques and awards declaring him one of Hip Hop’s premier artists. His latest album, I Decided, just went platinum and he has the plaque to prove it. The Detroit native celebrated the accomplishment Wednesday (October 25) with an Instagram photo of himself crouching next to the enormous plaque. “For the creatives, the dreamers I made this album for, I Decided is now

52 Savage is looking to get a new set of chompers, and he’s recruited the help of the internet to do it. #skrrrrrrt. @future ✌👌💯💯💯💯. @kelaa.k A post shared by 52 SAVAGE (@djswade50) on Apr 5, 2017 at 7:10am PDT “He is glad that he has shown people that you can be any age or look different and still live your dreams. The role model that he has become for

Fans expected to catch Lil Wayne live in action at the Colonial Life Arena in South Carolina on Sunday (Oct. 1), but they were sadly mistaken. Weezy was reportedly a no-show after he refused to go through mandatory security checks to enter the building. Now, a number of people are demanding their money back. Managers of the Colonial Life Arena in Columbia reportedly said Lil Wayne wouldn’t enter the building

Nearly six months after the release of DAMN., Kendrick Lamar’s fourth studio album, “HUMBLE.” is currently the second most streamed song of the year, according to Hits Daily Double. The number of YTD (year-to-date) audio streams for the DAMN. single stands at 465,231,000. The top spot on the chart went to Puerto Rican singers Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee’s “Despacito.” “DNA.” (#15), “LOVE.” (#27), “LOYALTY.” (#39) and “ELEMENT.” (#48) are

T.I.’s Hustle Gang was expected to release its first studio album last month, but it never came to be. The delay won’t be too long though as the collective is now set to drop their debut, We Want Smoke, on October 13. With the release date quickly approaching, T.I. got into promo mode by sharing the cover art and tracklist for the LP. The crew’s upcoming album features 13 tracks

Although XXXTENTACION’s face tattoos were noticeably absent, it still appears that actor/model Tyrese took to Instagram to clown the polarizing rapper, citing him as an example for why he doesn’t use drugs. “When you look in the mirror after drinking and smoking and popping every pill they tell you to pop from these hip hop songs,” he wrote on Saturday morning (September 20). “My whole life I’ve proudly always said

Washington, D.C. – Celebrated comedian and Hip Hop enthusiast Dave Chappelle was honored with the key to Washington D.C. on Friday (September 29), according to WJLA. Mayor Muriel Bowser presented the symbolic gesture at the Duke Ellington School of the Arts where Chappelle graduated in 1991. “Some very special native Washingtonians have dedicated their lives to making Washington, DC better, and they’ve gone above and beyond to show others what

Azealia Banks dropped into Nicki Minaj’s DMs to apologize for her recent “catty shit” Thursday night. After Banks sent over a few mini-paragraphs, Minaj responded with mutual admiration. “Not gonna lie,” Banks said when sharing screenshots of the resulting exchange on Instagram, “I cried a bit when she responded.” “I really do enjoy your artistry and think you’re so intelligent and clever,” Banks said in her first message. “You have