Posts Tagged: hip hop

Kodak Black Kinda’ Apologizes to Lauren London Over Despicable Comments

Rapper/songwriter Kodak Black has apologized for truly despicable comments about the wife of the late and beloved rapper/activist Nipsey Hussle. He apparently didn’t care that Lauren London has just lost he soulmate, and father of their two children, when he suggested that he’d give her a year before ‘hollerin’ at her.”   Whaaaaat??  Soooo not cool! See the… Read more »

Salt-N-Pepa Story Heads To Lifetime!

Legendary rap duo Salt-N-Pepa will have their story told in an upcoming Lifetime biopic! The still untitiled project will revolve around Cheryl “Salt” James and Sandra “Pepa” Denton as they evolve from nursing students to the world of rap becoming the first female rap act to go platinum. James and Denton will serve as executive… Read more »

MC Lyte

MC Lyte Joins “New York Undercover” Reboot

MC Lyte Joins “New York Undercover” Reboot Hip-hop legend MC Lyte is joining the cast of the New York Undercover reboot that’s coming to ABC. Lyte will be playing a “hard-driving boss with a genius IQ” by the name of April Freeman. She is going to be so good in this! The pilot is currently… Read more »

VIDEO: Well … Because You Just Have to See This!

We found him on Instagram … User nopancakestoday (a.k.a. Michael Alancourt) is from Florida … and evidently likes to dance. He rocked it … oooookaaay! Thousands of people have commented on the video that has gone viral.   One Facebook user said, “He living his best life ! Ppl better do what makes them happy and… Read more »

Dame Dash Apolgizes to Jay Z

Dame Dash Apologies to Jay Z. Dame Dash Dame Dash is finally coming to terms with his past and he’s apologizing to everyone he may have hurt or offended. The former co-owner of Roc-A-Fella records took to Instagram and posted a couple of videos trying to make amends with his past. “I’m chilling I been… Read more »

Drake, Lamar & Childish Gambino Turned Down Grammys

The two artists who have the most Grammy nominations this year said “no” to performing during Sunday’s show.  Show producer, Ken Ehrlich, told the New York Times he offered rappers Kendrick Lamar, Drake and Childish Gambino possible performance slots. Ehrlich told the publication: “The fact of the matter is, we continue to have a problem… Read more »