Soi Sauce is the new flavor, and she is ready to drip all over the world with “Poppin’” featuring Rich The Kid.
Gunna speaks on Young Thug, Jay-Z and Nipsey Hussle inspiring him in his 2019 XXL Freshman interview.
Trouble – “She A Winner” f. City Girls
Dapper Dan speaks on Allah School In Mecca saving him from the streets and the teaching the 5% Nation of Gods & Earths. He told about growing up in Harlem, gentrification and the evolution of taking his brand global.
ABOUT WU-TANG: AN AMERICAN SAGA Wu-Tang: An American Saga is inspired by “The Wu-Tang Manual” and “Tao of Wu”, and based on the true story of the Wu-Tang Clan. Set in early ’90s New York at the height of the crack cocaine epidemic, the show tracks the Clan’s formation, a vision of Bobby Diggs…
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The Detroit native released the album Scriptures on Friday (June 7), where on its fourth track “No Talking,” Grizzly takes aim at Slim Shady by rhyming: “Aventador and the license plate Michigan/Had to quit f****** with dawg, he feminine/I run Detroit, n***** talkin’ ‘bout Eminem/Talking that s***, I kill you, him, and him/I made a…
Drug Kingpin Frank Lucas died last week at the age of 88 years old and this week, Nicky Barnes “Mr. Untouchable” dies at 78.
The legendary Freeway Ricky Ross talks how he made close to a billion dollars selling crack cocaine in the 80s in South Central Los Angeles. Ricky Ross sits down with Drink Champs to explain on how it all was done.
WATCH Taraji P. Henson: “I am here to speak on the behalf of the thousands, if not millions of African-American men, women, and children who suffer in silence with mental health issues. It has been taboo in our community to address mental health for fear of being demonized and further labeled as inept”.