Since signing to Young Money at the tender age of 13, Lil Twist has been the youngest member of Lil Wayne's omnipresent rhyme family. This month, the Dallas native turned 18 years old, and with that comes a brave new world.
Just say the name Travis Porter and images of a two-fisted country music rambler comes to mind. Or maybe you are envisioning a '90s pop rock band? There's one thing for sure: Travis Porter does not sound or look anything remotely like your everyday hip-hop group. But the Atlanta-based rhyme trio of Quez, Strap, and
Ice Cube is indeed a major player in Hollywood, but the hip-hop icon has no plans on retiring from his beloved rap game anytime soon. The celebrated MC has just announced a 28-date tour of the United States in support of his critically acclaimed release, 'I Am the West.'
Since his late 2010 release from prison, Lil Wayne has not wasted any time ascending back to the top of the hip-hop food chain. With his new single '6 Foot 7 Foot' already dominating charts, the Grammy winning Cash Money/Young Money MC has announced details and dates for his 2011 North American I Am Music II arena tour.
It was a pairing that raised some eyebrows: R&B vocalist Lloyd and two-fisted rapper 50 Cent collaborating on the slinky club-banger 'Let's Get It In.' For Lloyd, a former Murder Inc. vocalist who first garnered fame with his debut album and single '
If you are attempting to avoid Ester Dean, good luck. Over the past year, the in-demand singer/songwriter has been an omnipresent fixture on radio and video music channels penning songs for a diverse roster of acts that include Rihanna ('Rude Boy'), Robin Thicke ('Sex Therapy') and Nicki Minaj ('Super Bass
CyHi the Prynce is taking it all in. Fresh off his star-turn on the sneering Kanye West track 'So Appalled,' the raspy-voiced MC from Decatur, Georgia is now being called one of 2011's hip-hop artists to watch. Not familiar? The BoomBox caught up with the brazen talent, who is set to release his upcoming February mi
Following the news that Dead Prez would not be joining Jay-Z's growing Roc Nation roster, the politically charged duo of stic.man and M-1 are gearing up for several projects in 2011. The group has been in the studio with one of the high profile
Charlie Wilson knows his hip-hop. Indeed, this may be a surprising attribute to some of his throwback fans who were first introduced to the influential vocalist's chops as the lead singer of the late '70s/early '80s R&B trio The Gap Band. Yet Wilson, who made a musical comeback with 2005's gold release 'Charlie, Last Name
With Lil Wayne's recent prison release from Rikers Island, speculation surrounding a new album from the Young Money superstar has become an omnipresent subject amongst music bloggers and entertainment outlets. Indeed, Wayne's long-in-the-making 'Carter IV' project, tentatively due out next February, is poised t
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