Kylie Jenner may have moved on to Travis Scott, but the reality star is getting candid about her ill-fated romance with ex-boyfriend Tyga.
Mystikal‘s song “Did I Do It” is taking on a whole new meaning.
On the heels of the emotional “MaNyfaCedGod” video, JAY-Z opens up about Beyoncé, Kanye West, Solange, and himself in a rare but candid interview with TIDAL’s Rap Radar podcast.
Kesha has earned her second No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 chart with her new LP Rainbow.
Jamaican pop star Sean Kingston might be living life in Jamaica but his legal troubles in the United States are far from over.
Accused tax-evading rapper DMX can travel to Atlanta to shoot a made-for-TV movie, a Manhattan judge ruled Friday.
The Miss Jamaica World 2017 franchise holder, Spartan Health Club has announced that Shaneke Williams will no longer be vying for the crown.
Congratulations are in order for LeToya Luckett, who just announced her engagement to boyfriend Tommicus Walker.
After receiving some positive news about Power’s ratings, executive producer 50 Cent took to Instagram on Wednesday (August 16) to celebrate the show’s success. In the caption, he seemingly fesses up to leaking three Power episodes as well.
Queen Latifah will be honored at Diddy’s fourth annual REVOLT music conference in October, where performers will include Lauryn Hill and 2 Chainz.
Jordin Sparks may be quiet on the music front, but that isn’t stopping her from seizing checks in other entertainment avenues.
Chris Brown is very forthcoming about the night he assaulted then girlfriend Rihanna in 2009.
Less than one week after being sentenced to house arrest for failing four drug tests and allegedly leaving the court’s jurisdiction without permission, DMX is trying to find his way out.
Nearly three months after a terrorist attack left 22 people dead and many more injured at an Ariana Grande concert in England, the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund has announced that it will provide $324,000 apiece to the families of the deceased.
MC Lyte, one of Hip Hop’s prominent female pioneers, tied the knot last weekend with John Wyche, a Marine Corps Veteran and entrepreneur. The event took place in Montego Bay, Jamaica.
Eazy-E founded Ruthless Records in 1986 as a platform for his upstart group, N.W.A. Now, more than 30 years later — and more than 20 years after the rapper’s death — his widow and son are battling over who controls the Ruthless name.
Usher is facing lawsuits from four different people who say that he exposed them to herpes, but the R&B superstar does not intend on settling with any of his accusers.
The-Dream is celebrating the birth of his eighth child Maverick, who was born this week.
Drake is nowhere on the Hot 100 for the first time since his 2009 debut, marking the end of an epic 430-week run, according to Chart Data.
Aidonia‘s new hit single “Yeah Yeah” is making cops nervous and are calling for dancehall fans to use caution when listening to the song.