The last we heard from Macy Gray, she was dropped from the cast of Empire at Fox's urging. But now the singer made famous for 1999's "I Try" is back with a new song and the subject matter is very specific -- her vibrator, of all things.
Flavor Flav has fired his second lawyer in his New York traffic case and his plea deal is kaput. The rapper and reality TV star said Tuesday (July 28) in a Mineola courtroom that he doesn't deserve a felony charge.
Macklemore, whose been fairly quiet since finishing his press and tours for his 2012 smash album The Heist, broke his silence in a new cover story for the August/September 2015 issue of Complex. In the story, he discusses his growing family, his next album, and the price of fame -- read on for our five most important takeaways.
Fetty Wap’s 80-spot jump to No. 7 on the Hot 100 with “My Way,” reported yesterday, increased the total number of rap songs in the chart’s top 10 to four, as the track joined Silento’s “Watch Me” (No. 3), Wiz Khalifa’s “See You Again,” featuring Charlie Puth, (No. 5) and fellow Fetty Wap tune “Trap Queen” (No. 6) in the upper rung.
Rihanna -- whose activism surrounding the #BlackLivesMatter movement has mostly been limited to social media -- apparently wanted to join the Baltimore protests in person and perform for fellow protestors, according to a series of police emails released to The Baltimore Sun.
Chance the Rapper's latest album (as a part of Donnie Trumpet and the Social Experiment) had a number of A-list guest stars -- but there was still one particularly notable name who didn't make the cut.
Tyler, the Creator may be banned from Australia as a result of petitions from Australian by grassroots campaigning movement Collective Shout, which works against against the objectification of women and sexualization of girls in popular culture.
It's summer time and from the looks of it Damian Lillard is sharpening his vocal flow during the NBA offseason. The Portland Trail Blazers point guard released a new rap track on his SoundCloud page Monday called "Tell Me Why."
“The men are like, ‘Why did I come here?’” Nicki Minaj said giggling, after a brief tirade on the thanklessness of that particular gender. Strutting across the stage in all gold -- the world’s most curvaceous awards-show statuette -- Minaj had just implored the “dirty ass dick n----s” to “get down and kiss the motherf---ing floor we walk on.” The “we” was, simply and beautifully, all women -- even with Meek Mill and Rae Sremmurd on the bill, it was ladies night at Barclay’s.