You might not want to invite Diddy to your next event. Over the weekend, the rapper was involved in two events where gunshots were fired leaving three men injured.
Move over Beyoncé and Jay Z, Ciara and Future are making strides to become the new It couple of hip-hop with their latest track, “Anytime,” which has the two proclaiming they’re the “new Bonnie and Clyde.”
While Lamar seemingly dissed Drake with his now-legendary verse on Big Sean’s “Control (HOF),” Drake has responded in the form of his feature on Future’s “Sh!t” remix. Produced by Mike WiLL Made It, the track features Drake and Juicy J.
Future has just jettisoned off the music video for his ménage-à-ballad “Real and True” featuring one-time Jay Z hook slanger Mr. Hudson and it-girl Miley Cyrus.
The rapper, who recently got engaged to Ciara, wears his heart on his sleeve, speak-singing in full Auto-Tuned glory, “If love is all you need/ I’m all you’ll ever need.”
Michael Bay meets Hype Williams: guns, cars, girls, explosions, rapping in a Fight Club cage surrounded by fire. What’s not to like?
B.o.B promises that his new album, ‘Underground Luxury,’ which features Chris Brown, Future and T.I., will show a different side of himself.
“Back in Atl getting ready for tour..1st stop Pittsburgh,” Future tweeted.
“I’ve been on the songs of all these rappers that put out an album, and my music is still better,” Future said.
‘Bangerz’ features huge names such as Britney Spears, Big Sean, Nelly, Ludacris, Future, and French Montana, as well as high-value producers such as Mike Will Made It, Pharrell, and Dr. Luke.
Ciara used to think it was best to stay private about her love life. Preferring to keep the intimate details of her relationship not only out of the press, but out of her music as well. But on the singer’s latest release, she’s finally done hiding.
The 41-date ‘Would You Like a Tour?’ kicks off September 25 in Portland, Oregon and wraps up on October 25 in Los Angeles.
After weeks of escalating pressure from the family of slain civil rights icon Emmett Till, Lil Wayne has finally issued an “acknowledgement of hurt” for the offending lyrics.
Instead of resting and taking it easy, Weezy will be hitting the road for 40 stops in the U.S., along with T.I. and Future.