Detroit's hip-hop community will be uniting this weekend to promote a positive message to the violence-plagued city's youth. On Saturday, June 12, many of Detroit's most prominent hip-hop artists will convene at the Heal Detroit Rally, a free event to protest the death of 7-year-old Aiyana Jones, who was killed by police on
Hip-hop emcees tend to use lyrical ammunition rather than bucking off shots. But more often than not, a few get caught by a speeding bullet, yet, luckily, live to tell their tale. Such is the case with Atlanta rapper Wacka Flocka Flame, who was shot
Rapper Trick Trickwas allegedly shot in the leg during a Jim Jones show in Detroit this past weekend. According to the Detroit Free Press, Trick, whose identity was confirmed by police, is recovering in a local hospital
Self-described "peaceful warrior" Maino was confronted by erstwhile tour mate Yung Berg for "talking reckless" in a night club in Atlanta on Thursday night. Maino replied to the young rapper's charge by delivering an open handed smack said to be "so loud you could
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