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Drake Trolls Fans Who Booed Him at #CampFlogGnaw Because of Wanting Frank Ocean to Perform Instead; Says He’ll Get Residency at the Festival Every Year Until They’re 30-Years-Old [PHOTO-VIDEO]

By Yuriy Andriyashchuk Staff Writer The last day of Tyler, The Creator's Camp Flog Gnaw festival in Los Angeles was headlined by Drake getting booed after fans expected Frank Ocean to perform instead. Drake said he could perform all night but when he heard the boos, he thanked them and left

Jadakiss talks old beef with Beanie Sigel and 50 Cent, Ruff Ryders era, new album with Fabolous, and more on Real 92.3 [VIDEO]

By Jay Rich Staff Writer Through his career, Jadakiss has always been considered one of the top lyricists in the game. The Yonkers rapper is the best-known member of The L.O.X., but it wasn't always this way. When the guys initially went solo, Styles P had the biggest impact. But, Jadakiss' sophomore

Fabolous talks longevity, making hits, lyricism, and more on “Drink Champs” [VIDEO]

By Jay Rich Staff Writer It doesn't get much more Brooklyn than Fabolous, a rapper who carved out his own lane. In 2001, the world got to know Fabolous as the emcee who made the songs for the ladies. But, his first album didn't really cater much to the ladies, it

YG Brought Out Stormy Daniels, Pornstar who Donald Trump Paid Over $130,000 in Hush Money to, on Stage to Diss Trump Before Performing “FDT” at #CampFlogGnaw [VIDEOS]

By Yuriy Andriyashchuk Staff Writer Last night was day two of Tyler, The Creator’s Camp Flog Gnaw festival at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles. This was also the eighth annual festival as well. Los Angeles native YG performed and his set was something very entertaining. Prior to performing “F*ck Donald Trump,” he

Drake got booed off stage at Camp Flog Gnaw, last night, because fans wanted Frank Ocean as the surprise guest; Twitter is disgusted, asking how one boo’s Drake [VIDEO]

By Bossyy Staff Writer When it comes to the 2010s, Drake has easily been the most-dominant rap artist. His run began, in 2009, and he was already the highest-selling rapper by 2010. At a time when artists are not as consistent as they once were, Drake filled that void. Drake's run also