By Fio Borrelli Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer Hip hop has gone through many transitions since it's inception forty or thirty-nine years ago, depending on who tells the story. Somebody like Meek Mill is someone older hip hop fans would probably say does't make "real" music. But, he has continued one tradition
By Stranga The Great Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer Even before he was 2 Chainz, Tauheed Epps had the support of Lil Wayne. Back when he and Dolla Boy were pushing music as DTP Records' Playaz Circle, Lil Wayne jumped on their "Duffle Bag Boy" single. This pushed Tity Boi and Dolla
Turk is officially back in the game. A lot has changed since his last time around. His former label, Cash Money Records, is back on top of the game and the roster is bigger than ever. However, Turk and the rest of the core crew from the first mainsteam run
Back in the day, the Hot Boyz ran the rap game. Along with B.G., Turk, Lil Wayne, and Juvenile were the members of the crew. Coming out of prison, Turk told Hip Hop Vibe that he would love to reunite with his old crew. However, Turk also said there is
By The Hip Hop Writer Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer For many years, Lil Wayne was a standalone rap artist, especially after the members of his group, Hot Boyz, left Cash Money Records. Without his former partners in crime, Lil Wayne still rose to the top of the game. At a time
By The Hip Hop Writer Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer For half of a decade, Juvenile was Cash Money Records. New Orleans rose to take over the mainstream in the mid-1990s, behind the efforts of Master P. Once P's run was over, however, Juvenile picked up the reigns and ran with it.
By The Hip Hop Writer Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer In actuality, Juvenile and the Hot Boyz have spent more time apart and off Cash Money Records than they did together. During their run, which spanned three years in the spotlight, Juvenile and the Hot Boyz made classic music, along with the