Florida rhymer Kodak Black has agreed to dole out more than $4,000 a month in child support for his toddler son, King Khalid, according to Bossip. News of Kodak’s child support agreement comes after months of issues between the rapper and King’s mother, Jammiah Broomfield, over payments and custody of their son. According to the specifics of the agreement, the 20-year-old will pay $4,200 a month to Broomfield until 2033.

Young Dolph and Yo Gotti have had a well-documented beef for what seems like forever now, beginning when Gotti failed to sign the young rapper to his label back in 2014. Since then, there have been some very public shots fired, both verbal and physical, that have only added to the alleged hatred that cropped up between the two Memphis natives. Things came to a head earlier this summer, when

The Golden Globes has “Get Out” fans talking about what the movie really stands for. Jordan Peele’s box office hit “Get Out” may have its funny moments, but labeling it as a comedy is a bit of a stretch. The 2018 Golden Globes are already under fire after Entertainment Weekly reported that Jordan Peele’s hit film “Get Out” would be categorized as a comedy for the awards show. The Golden

Dallas rapper 52 Savage is flaunting a new pair of pearly whites after receiving a new smile at Bensonhurst Dental in Brooklyn, New York. 52 uploaded several photos to Instagram with staff at the dental office before posting images of his dramatic dental makeover. The viral rapper/DJ, who is in his early 50s, even joked about being “32 Savage” in one video, now that he has all 32 teeth. #Repost

The moment every Eminem fanatic has been waiting for is here. The Detroit rap god has shared the first single from his upcoming ninth studio album, Revival. Titled “Walk On Water,” the song features a monster feature from Beyonce and Slim Shady’s signature hard-hitting delivery. Produced by Rick Rubin, “Walk On Water” comes after weeks of build-up and clever marketing campaigns. Em’s highly anticipated album is rumored to be arriving

While Wiz Khalifa fans wait on Rolling Papers 2, the Taylor Gang boss decided to drop some music to hold them over in the meantime. The creator of the smash hit “See You Again” has released a new mixtape titled Laugh Now, Fly Later. Khalifa keeps the guests to a minimum with Casey Veggies making the long appearance. Production comes from heavy hitters such as J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, Sledgren, Cookin’ Soul

Look up in the sky — it’s a bird, it’s a plane … oh wait, it’s E-40 suing someone over “Captain Save a Hoe,” mayne! Bay Area rapper E-40 is not playing with his money, as he launches a lawsuit against author and radio personality Erika Kane. According to TMZ, the rapper decided to sue Kane, who wrote the book Captain Save A Hoe under the moniker iikane, because she

DMX is set to release a docu-series in collaboration with Kingdom Reign Entertainment. The series, which is tentatively titled In the Dog House, will give fans an intimate look into X’s life following his release from drug rehab. It will follow the veteran rapper as he attempts to get back on the straight and narrow following a recent stint in rehab. Now that he is clean and sober, he is

After the news broke that rapper Meek Mill was sentenced to serve hard time for violating probation he was put on following a drug and weapons conviction in 2008. Mill had been arrested for misdemeanor assault back in March, and then again in August for reckless driving and reckless endangerment for a dirt-bike stunt filmed in Manhattan. According to the Philadelphia Inquirer, the charges stemming from the two arrests were

A Pennsylvania judge sentenced rapper Meek Mill to two to four years in prison on Monday for violating his probation. The Wins & Losses MC returned to court with his lawyer Brian McMonagle on Monday (November 6) and came away with bad results. Common Pleas Judge Genece Brinkley rejected the prosecution’s recommendation for no imprisonment. Brinkley cited a failed drug test and unapproved travel, stemming from a 2008 gun and