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Keri Hilson explains to a fan that no one “got her out” of the game, that she decided to leave at the height of her career due to “handle some internal biz,” and hints that her hiatus is over [PHOTO]

By Tamantha Staff Writer A lot of people forget how long it took for Keri Hilson to pop, before she finally got established, as an artist. In 2006, she was signed to Polow Da Don's Zone 4 label, via Interscope. She did records for artists on the major label, including Lloyd

Veronica Vega broke down on tonight’s episode and most of Twitter doesn’t care, telling her she still hasn’t proven she’s black, looking for a black family member; #LHHMIA fans are still upset over how she did Amara, stealing her speech, and wondering why Polow Da Don spent over $1 million on her career

By Ahsinet Monee Staff Writer Last season, Veronica Vega basically pulled a Masika on Amara La Negra. Starting out as her friend, Veronica turned on Amara, siding with Young Hollywood over the afro thing. Soon, Veronica had Hollywood producing a track for her. Veronica Vega was making noise, doing songs with many

“Love & Hip Hop Miami” cast revealed, including Scrappy and Shay Johnson, Gunplay, Trina, Spectacular, Pleasure P, Trick Daddy, Bobby Lytes, Rico Love, Polow Da Don, and more #LHHMIA

By Ricki Says Staff Writer Whatever is going on with "Love & Hip Hop Miami," VH1 is keeping quiet about it. That's even with Mona Scott-Young confirming it in her recent interviews. When Gunplay made his appearance on "Love & Hip Hop Atlanta," with Lil' Scrappy, many thought that was the

Nick Cannon ft. Polow Da Don and Amba Shepard – “OJ Simpson”

  Love him or hate him, OJ Simpson is one of the most-recognizable names in all of hip hop. His likeness is often used in hip hop for various reasons and Nick Cannon is using him for his White People Party Music album. The new single is called "OJ Simpson" and

Rich Boy – “Break the Pot” interview [VIDEO]

By The Hip Hop Writer Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer Six years ago, Rich Boy burst onto the scene, putting Alabama hip hop on the map, with his "Throw Some Ds" single. A commercial success, Rich Boy had all he makings of the next major star in the game. Rich Boy was