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People are divided over whether the famous rapper's pizza order is normal or "completely psychotic."
Jay-Z has an estimated net worth of $1 billion. He's parlayed his success in the music world into several business ventures, including entertainment labels, a clothing line, alcohol brands, an upscale sports club, and a $600 million streaming service.
A major hip-hop music festival in Miami this weekend was plagued by chaos, from a commandeered golf cart to false reports of a shooting
The Rolling Loud festival took place May 10-12 in Miami, Florida. The three days were full of violence, cancelations, and even an arrest.
50 Cent’s Connecticut mansion, once listed for $18.5 million, has finally sold at an 84% discount after 12 years. Here’s what the 52-room ...
50 Cent's Connecticut mansion has 19 bedrooms, 25 bathrooms, an indoor pool and hot tub, and a nightclub. It finally sold at an 84% discount.
A 3-year-old shape-shifting startup founded by a Vice alum is betting on viral Asian hip-hop stars to be the future of the entertainment industry
88Rising is an entertainment company that combines a record label with a creative agency, a video-production house, and an artist-management agency.
Floyd Mayweather and 50 Cent have reignited their bitter feud on social media, and the animosity between the pair has now gotten so bad that the retired boxer has offered to pay his own fans just to troll the rapper — and the best ones could win $1,000 each.
Before Daymond John became a millionaire investor on ‘Shark Tank,’ he was waiting tables at Red Lobster and talking his way onto LL Cool J...
Daymond John talks about founding the hip-hop fashion line FUBU and becoming a TV star on the hit show "Shark Tank."
Kendrick Lamar's loss to Bruno Mars in the three major Grammy categories on Sunday, including album of the year, fits a pattern.
Tupac Shakur's music career lasted only about five years, but his legacy remains influential two decades after his unsolved murder.
Though he has previously spoke out against Trump, Kendrick Lamar says he now thinks that writing protest music against Trump is like "beating a dead horse."