Atlanta police have identified the suspect in the shooting death of Waka Flocka Flame associate Slim Dunkin. An arrest warrant has been issued for a 28-year-old rapper named Young Vito (born Vinson Hardimon). Authorities are urging the rapper to turn himself in because they believe that he might be in danger.
Shocking details have surfaced in the murder of up-and-coming rapper Slim Dunkin (born Mario Hamilton). Atlanta police has told WSB-TV, that the Waka Flocka Flame associate was shot and killed during a fight over a piece of candy. Incredulous as the story may sound, authorities are still investigating the case and the shooter remains at large.
Mary J. Blige can do no wrong in our book. The veteran songbird comes through with another visually-stunning video for ‘Mr. Wrong,’ the latest single from her LP ‘My Life II: The Journey Continues (Act 1).’ The clip features Blige in several different glamorous outfits and wigs that are reminiscent of her style during the ‘My Life’ album period.
50 Cent is continuing his ongoing efforts to make sure that people are being fed all over the world. His Street King energy drink initiative is feeding impoverished families in Africa and now, with his latest venture, the altruistic rapper is feeding people in the United States.
A class about Jay-Z is raising some concerns by educators who feel that the rap mogul may not be culturally relevant for academia. The course, ‘Sociology of Hip Hop: Jay-Z,’ is being taught at the prestigious Georgetown University by hip-hop scholar/author Michael Eric Dyson. The curriculum explores the New York rapper’s “lyrical prowess” and how it correlates with American society.
Look at them now, they are shooting a video! Busta Rhymes and Chris Brown hooked up over the weekend in Los Angeles to film a mini-movie for their latest collaboration ‘Why Stop Now.’ The clip is being directed by the legendary Hype Williams who has helmed some of Busta’s classic videos in the late ’90s.
All hail, the King is back! Rapper T.I. drops his new video for ‘Here Ye, Here Ye,’ the latest single from his upcoming album ‘Trouble Man.’ Tip teams up with Pharrell Williams (aka Sk8brd) for a simple performance clip of the trumpet-driven track.
It’s official! Diddy‘s eldest son, Justin Combs, will attend UCLA in southern California next fall under a football scholarship. The 17-year-old Combs is a star defensive back at New Rochelle Iona Prep in New York. He will most likely play cornerback when he hits the field in the Bruins’ true blue and gold-colored uniform.
The three Musketeers of hip-hop — Birdman, Nicki Minaj and Lil Wayne — show why they are on top of the rap game with their materialistic video for ‘Y.U. Mad.’ The track is from Birdman’s upcoming solo LP ‘Bigga Than Life.’ The clip also introduces us to the female Weezy character played by the versatile rapstress Minaj, herself.
It’s official! Rapper Rick Ross is back on his grind. After a bout with two seizures last month that put him on bed rest for several weeks, the Miami boss returned to the stage Friday night (Nov. 18) at a homecoming concert for Prairie View A&M University in Prairie View, Texas.
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