New York Hip-Hop is still in the building with gritty street artists like Hell Rell dropping joints like the "Meyer Lansky Project" Ruga known from DipSet fame is in his zone spitting bars of that piff. Salute to the Top Gunna for keepin' his sound true to the New York rap scene that made the Hip-Hop world respect the Big Apple's sound.
One of the world’s greatest leaders and humanitarians, Nelson Mandela, passed away at the age of 95. Politicians and celebrities alike took to social media to express their sympathy and remember the first black South African president for his courage, compassion, and everlasting legacy.
The feds have criminally charged nearly 50 Russian nationals for allegedly stealing from American taxpayers in a massive Medicaid scam — despite the fact that they are protected by diplomatic immunity.
Rapper Mysonne addresses a photo of him talking to Trinidad James at a recent sneaker event, Sole Con, and reveals why he had a conversation with the "All Gold Everything" rapper about his recent comments about the "South running NY."
R. Kelly drops another one in his bid to get back to the top of the R&B food chain. This time he brings along Nipsey Hussle and the Bay area's rap legend Too Short. Take a listen to "My Story" after the jump...
The search for other Earth-like planets in the galaxy got a major boost today with the discovery of hundreds of newfound alien planets identified by NASA's Kepler spacecraft, a haul that includes 104 strange, new worlds that could potentially support life.
Nelson Mandela, a world-wide symbol of resistance to racism and injustice during 27 years in jail — then without rancor became the iconic pathfinder who led South Africa from apartheid to all-race democracy — died Thursday. He was 95.
On the sixth death anniversary of Pimp C, Jay Z remembers his late friend by releasing the remix to “Tom Ford.” Mr. Carter, who also celebrates his 44th birthday today, unleashes a previously unheard verse from the UGK member. R.I.P. Pimp C.
If you missed the ET6 Nation Mixtape Vol 1 you missed a masterful blend of signed and unsigned artists. Hosting the joint was Harlem's own C-Nellz. The boy has been puttin' in that work for a while now. He's done a joint mixtape with Vado titled "Harlem's Most Hated" as well as working with hot producers Trackbullies and Arabmuzik. He's back in the lab after a short layoff and we anticipate the same street swag filled lyrics combined with that Harlem D-Boy movement. Take a listen to his remix of Eminem's Mirrors after the jump...