BET was on hand to capture what may have been the Hip-Hop wedding of the year.

Walking down the aisle? The rapper Gucci Mane and the love of his life Keyshia Kaoir, inviting the cameras in to capture the event for the wedding special ‘The Mane Event.

Missed the event? Fear not, snaps and footage from the wedding below…


Nelly is still in the legal woods.

Details on the latest chapter in the unfortunate story that is his rape case below…


Criminally underrated by some of Kelly Rowland‘s younger fans is her debut studio album ‘Simply Deep.

A cool and halcyon collection of Pop-leaning R&B tracks, the mature album is most appreciated by Destiny’s Child fans who’d enjoyed the album ‘Survivor’ a year earlier in 2001.

Today, fifteen years after its unveiling, Deep’s tales of self-discovery, first loves and deep losses continue to move its admirers who have taken to Spotify to support it.

The result? A monumental achievement with the ‘Past 12′ songbird.


If folk thought Cardi B‘s success was going be contained at ‘Bodak Yellow,’ then they ought to think again.

Because the reality star turned real rap star is making money moves on a whole other level now.

For, she’s just signed a lucrative publishing deal with Sony / ATV.

Details on the deal below, as well as her latest showing of the Billboard Hot 100 chart-topper.


November 5th 2017 marks the spot for the return of Bravo’s smash hit series ‘The Real Housewives of Atlanta.’

How they’re ramping up the excitement? Releasing a Halloween-style trailer featuring some very special guests…and some very special effects.

Let us know if you know what we’re talking about below…


SZA is fast becoming 2017’s definitive breakout star.

Debut album ‘CTRL’ has earned both critical and commercial success, with the LP and its lead single ‘Love Galore’ receiving RIAA plaques this past week.

Keen to showcase the varying colors of her record, the rising star jetted into the UK this week to perform ‘Normal Girl’ on Later…With Jools Holland.

Peep her rousing rendition after the jump…


Kaya Jones, a former member of the Pussycat Dolls, is refusing to remain silent on what she says was abuse she endured at the hands of the group’s founder Robin Antin.

Kaya made headlines days ago when she claimed that Antin was the mastermind behind an organisation which saw the Dolls use Pop music to market themselves to wealthy men.

What Kaya sells they were really selling? Their bodies.

Robin denied the claim and called her former employee a liar but not even the threat of being silenced by the law has stopped Ms. Jones from spilling never-before-heard stories about the group’s business dealings.

Her story below…


Lebron James is GQ‘s cover star this month, storming the publication with snaps and a spread designed to shine a fresh light on the athlete’s world view, legacy, athleticism and feelings towards his sport…basketball.

His thoughts and feelings below…


Fleur East‘s time at Sony Music  has come to an end.

Details below…


Blac Chyna is tired of going back and forth with the Kardashians and has made the first movie in a legal game of chess she hopes will end their beef once and for all!


Beyonce did not come to play, she came to slay!

Queen Bey made a rare appearance tonight at JAY-Z‘s TIDALxBrooklyn fundraiser at the Barclays Center in New York City.

And needless to say, she showed up and showed out.

Serving the essence of classic Hollywood glamour, the 36-year-old turned heads and sent cameras into a flutter.

Peep more of Mrs Carter after the jump…


As we reported last week, Nicki Minaj was one of 20 influential rap figures covering XXL magazine for its 20th anniversary cover.  Inside the mag, the Harajuku Barbie lifted a number of tongue-wagging quotes as she dished on her relevance and influence to the genre.  None, however, got people talking more than her thoughts on her role in “reintroducing female rappers to the mainstream.”

Expounding on the comment, Minaj stated:

I think female rappers have always been dope and influential, but I think I sort of came in at a time where big business was paying attention, so I was able to capitalize off of a lot of deals and business ventures. I aligned myself with a lot of brands, and I was able to show that a female rapper was able to sell products.

Fans of fellow rapstresses – namely Lil’ Kim, Foxy Brown, Queen Latifah, and Missy Elliott – took umbrage with the quote.  Taking to the ‘PinkPrint’ performer’s social media handles to sound off, the commentary eventually led her to lend her own lengthy rant defending her statement.

Read it inside:


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