By Yuriy Andriyashchuk Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer Tonight, Fox News anchor and known white supremacist Laura Ingraham downplayed people who honored Nipsey Hussle on the day of his funeral. She went straight after Nipsey's involvement in YG's 2016 'F*ck Donald Trump' song. She criticized that and lied about Trump creating the lowest unemployment
By Yuriy Andriyashchuk Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer Artists in the music industry have found creative ways to pay tribute to the late Nipsey Hussle, who just had his funeral in his hometown of Los Angeles at STAPLES Center on Thursday. The most popular idea so far has been customizing cars into "Nipsey blue"
By Tamantha Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer Rapper, The Game, took to Instagram with video of the current wildfires spreading through his neighborhood in Calabasas. He said that his power was out, he barely has any phone service, and his neighbors all evacuated. He ends the post by saying that he believes someone
By Lady Killa Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer While not mentioned as often as basketball and the NBA, football and the NFL also go hand-in-hand with the hip hop culture. Many of the biggest rappers in the game own at least one Madden video game and NFL players often associate with hip
By The Hip Hop Writer Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer Yesterday, Consequence's collaboration with Pooch Hall, "Something Light," began to received much media coverage. Until recently, Consequence was an artist signed to Kanye West's G.O.O.D. Music. Leaving the label two summers ago, Consequence began dissing both West and Pusha T, ending the
For six years, Pooch Hall has entertained fans as Derwin Davis on the hit sitcom, "The Game." Now, Hall is preparing to jump into the music industry, teaming up with Consequence for "Something Light." Listen to "Something Light" by Consequence ft. Pooch Hall below:
By The Hip Hop Writer Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer In 2005, the hip hop world as many knew it was shaken up when A.J. Calloway and Marie "Free" Wright left "106 & Park." For five years, the two had interviewed some of hip hop's biggest names and played the most in-demand