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Beyonce got caught liking a shady tweet, with a pic of Nas on his laptop, with “how they upload the album so fast, yo?” as the caption, in response to #EverythingIsLove overshadowing #Nasir [PHOTO]

By Ricki Says Staff Writer Longtime hip hop fans are aware, back in the day, Jay-Z and Nas had beef. The two rappers were both from New York City and rising to the top, at the same time. This was the time after The Notorious B.I.G. died, as he was undeniably

Ja Rule has no chill… Makes fun of 50 Cent’s #AllThingsFallApart film, where he played a cancer patient, saying 50 thought he was getting an Oscar, instead of a “straight to BET” film, and uses his trademark #GetTheStrap line [PHOTO]

By Ricki Says Staff Writer It's crazy how people thought Ja Rule and 50 Cent's beef was the second coming of Tupac and Biggie, when it first started. Instead, it has boiled down to an intense Twitter beef. Now, their feud is in its final state, social media memes. Back in 2010,

Diddy describes Craig Mack as a “sweet, kind, caring” person, and talks about his importance as the first artist released by his Bad Boy label #RIPCraigMack [VIDEO]

By Chox-Mak Staff Writer This morning, Diddy woke up to the same bad news that the entire hip hop world woke up to. Just as the world was beginning to appreciate what Craig Mack contributed to the game, he died. In their latest commercial, Ford is using "Flava In Ya Ear,"

#RIPCRAIGMACK: Hip hop fans on Twitter mourn the loss of Craig Mack, the creator of 1994 hit, “Flava In Ya Ear” #FlavaInYaEar

By Chox-Mak Staff Writer An overlooked fact is that Craig Mack was actually the first artist to officially join Bad Boy Records. While Puffy and Biggie were definitely close, Craig Mack got things started. The label's first releases came from Craig Mack, starting with "Flava In Ya Ear." A catchy, but street,

Greensboro: The Gateway to NC Hip Hop

By bryon d. turman—Lecturer of Composition and Hip Hop English Dpt. North Carolina A&T State University Grammy fever is upon us and the 2018 Grammy’s should be special for music lovers from North Carolina. From John Coltrane to Rapsody, NC has produced many important musicians and artists. With four artists from