The Foundation of 5eGallery is gearing up for their 4th Annual Women in Hip Hop Celebration.
Eve stopped by The Breakfast Club and promised new music, talked about wanting a baby and shared her thoughts on Nicki Minaj and Azealia Banks.
In the wake of Nicki Minaj mania, avid hip-hop fan Glennisha Morgan creates a documentary chronicling other talented female mcs.
Queen Latifah teamed up with Will Smith and Jada Pinkett-Smith to relaunch “The Queen Latifah Show.”
Raven Sorvino teams up with Cleveland producer M. Stacks for her latest song, “Shinin on Em,” dropping on his “Connected Everywhere” mixtape.
Angel Haze performs for Pitchfork Media's unofficial CMJ showcase in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. The young MC has been rapidly making a name for herself.
The Dormtainment collective released a video spoofing various stereotypes signature to rappers.
She only released one album and made a few guest appearances but she was a trailblazer in hip-hop as a positive voice and representation of women. Ms. Melodie was born Ramona Parker in Brooklyn New York, immersed herself in the hip-hop scene and eventually became part of Boogie Down productions. In 1989 she released her debut album, Diva. The cause of death has not been disclosed but she is survived by two sons. She was 43. RIP Ms. Melodie and thank you for your contribution.
Seriously! Fat Joe shed more than 100 lbs by eating smaller portions, better food and working out. He said he was inspired to start being living a healthier life by losing several of his friends to heart attacks. CNN’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports… It’s dope to see rappers take initiative, especially those who represent communities where wellness through diet isn’t always a priority.
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