By Tamantha Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer In the 1990s, K-Ci became the roughneck figure in R&B. Not only was he tough, he also had all the ladies. On top of that, K-Ci, alongside his brother, Jojo, continued putting North Carolina on the map, something they began with Jodeci. K-Ci has endured many ups and
By Chox-Mak Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer When he started promoting "FEFE," 6ix9ine promised he would have no controversy. With that, he said the song would become his eighth straight to chart on Billboard. The song is projected to hit the top ten, of course with a Nicki Minaj feature, that's expected. 6ix9ine has emerged,
By Ricki Says Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer This season, Bianca looked like all of her friends have ganged up on her, and sided against her. For the second straight season, Bianca had to deal with MariahLynn making friends with her rivals. While Bianca handled her, again, they didn't come to blows, this time. Bianca
By Chox-Mak Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer Nearly six years ago, Trel Mack focused in on establishing himself among the hottest rising rappers, in the game. His rise coincided with the city of Philadelphia being thrust back into hip hop's epicenter. Since then, several additional stars have emerged. Trel Mack gained interest from Atlantic Records
By Alyssa Debonair Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer Last week, Trel Mack and Shawn Archer were being discussed, all over the hip hop internets. There were rumors about the label being offered a $300,000 major label deal. Apparently, there is something to these rumors, as LA Weekly picked the story up. Over the years, Trel
By Chox-Mak Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer Returning with No Dope on Sundays, his long-awaited debut album, the focus shifted to CyHi The Prynce. Over the past six years, he's put out tons of dope records. Back in 2011, CyHi The Prynce was hitting, hard, with records, following his legendary work with Kanye West. CyHi The
By Alyssa Debonair Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer Tonight, TV One debuts their new film, When Love Kills, which is directed by Tasha Smith. The movie stars Lil' Mama and Lance Gross in roles unlike they've ever played before. An extension of TV One's popular "For My Man" series, the movie follows Falicia Blakely's story.