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Boosie reveals his Huntsville show ended with a shootout in front of the club, before it even started, and calls it “the wild wild west” [VIDEO]

By Yuriy Andriyashchuk Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer When it comes to hardcore rap, in the Deep South, Boosie Badazz is the epitome of it. The Baton Rouge rapper took over the streets and soon had the whole South behind him. All of his success didn't come without struggle, though. Boosie ended up going to

Sextape footage leaks, allegedly of Young Buck with a transgender woman, but his face isn’t shown (PHOTOS OF TRANSGENDER FEMALE INSIDE + FULL VIDEO) [PHOTOS + VIDEO]

By Jay Mack Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer In many ways, being a rapper is the hardest job on the planet, and this was especially true in the mid-2000s. That span of time saw G-Unit take over, by being one of the hardest hardcore groups out. The group included Young Buck, who held them

J. Prince says Kanye called to end Drake/Pusha T beef and speaks on being at odds with Cash Money on Hot 97 [VIDEO]

By Chox-Mak Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer One of the original hip hop businessmen, J. Prince established one of the earliest Southern rap labels, Rap-A-Lot Records. The label definitely helped Houston rappers gain an outlet. This vision helped to make J. Prince a multimillionaire. Making his millions in music, J. Prince also got into the

Blac Youngsta turns up at the club and woman grinds so hard on him, to his own song, #Booty, that he nearly passed out! [VIDEO]

By Chox-Mak Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer Since 2016, Blac Youngsta has been all over social media, showing off his money. When he signed with CMG, life changed, and he began getting bookings throughout the South. But, Blac Youngsta truly became a star, earlier this year. Late in the winter, Blac Youngsta dropped "Booty" and

HHV On The Rise: Nno

By Stranga The Great Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer Before Atlanta became the mecca of the South, several Southern cities had strong hip hop scenes. The first ones were Houston and Miami, which was followed by New Orleans' emergence. First, with the success of No Limit, and then Cash Money, the city became a

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