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Nicki Minaj talks people taking “Barbie Dreams” too seriously, diffusing Game’s beef with 6ix9ine, XXXTentacion’s death impact, Jay-Z’s support, and Beyonce shouting her out, with DJ Whoo Kid [AUDIO]

By M.A.C. Staff Writer With the release of QUEEN, Nicki Minaj re-establish herself as a force in the game. Since 2009, Nicki Minaj has been a solid force in the music industry. After her 2010 debut, Nicki Minaj has consistently been the leading female rapper in the game. By 2012, fans began looking

#EverydayStruggle reportedly cancelled their last two episodes and are ending the season with Top 10 Moments of 2017 recap [VIDEO]

By Chox-Mak Staff Writer Suddenly, "Everyday Struggle" went from being the most-popular hip hop show online, to being in trouble. All of this began to take form when Joe Budden called the show out. Seeing how he helped to create the show and build its audience, Joe Budden wanted bigger money. Joe

DJ Akademiks says Joe Budden warned Complex, for months, that he may leave #EverydayStruggle, that he chose Nadeska to moderate, and says he is renegotiating his own contract + Says Whoo Kid has jitters, doing the show [VIDEO]

By Chox-Mak Staff Writer This spring, Complex took a gamble on DJ Akademiks and Joe Budden and it worked. Literally, a "First Take" for hip hop in "Everyday Struggle" that became a popular show. Everybody loved to hate this show, as hip hop fans woke up looking forward to insulting these

Rah Digga isn’t feeling DJ Whoo Kid dissecting Black Thought’s freestyle on #EverydayStruggle, she said they should wait until Joe gets back to talk about that, if selling records is the only talking point Whoo Kid has

By Chox-Mak Staff Writer Coming up alongside Busta Rhymes, Rah Digga came out at a time when people really rapped for the sport. Times have changed and now it is all about record sales. Given how much the industry changed, it kind of had to get like this, because it's the

Joe Budden tells fan that he created #EverydayStruggle and will create another and another and “when you CAN’T create, you move without integrity” in response to fan begging him to stay on the show [PHOTO]

By Chox-Mak Staff Writer Yesterday, "Everyday Struggle" had DJ Whoo Kid come in as guest commentator. Immediately, fans worried that he was Joe Budden's replacement. To ease their minds, DJ Whoo Kid told them he was just filling in, while Joe was on paternity leave. Joe Budden commented on DJ Whoo Kid's

DJ Whoo Kid joins #EverydayStruggle for today’s episode and goes on Twitter to make it clear he’s not replacing Joe Budden, saying he’s on paternity leave + Joe Budden tells Complex to stop using his newborn son against him [PHOTO]

By Chox-Mak Staff Writer For going on a week, there have been stories about "Everyday Struggle" and the future of the show. Since debuting, this spring, the show has become immensely popular. Hip hop fans have loved watching Joe Budden curse DJ Akademiks out, every day. Meanwhile, they have had some notable