50 Cent took to Twitter today (June 15) to unveil the official artwork for his fifth studio album, "Five (Murder By Numbers)." The artwork comes three days after 50 revealed the album title during an interview with Philly's Hot 107.9.
Hours after his allegedly violent encounter with Drake at a New York City nightclub, Chris Brown has given his side of the story to police on the bottle-throwing incident that resulted in a gash on his chin.
“All we know how to do is be self-made," Rick Ross declared last night (Wednesday, June 13) in the Bronx as he opened-up an exclusive listening session designed to unveil tracks from Maybach Music Group’s second collaborative album, "MMG Presents: Self Made Vol. 2."
The camps tied to Chris Brown, Drake and Meek Mill made a scene at a downtown NYC nightclub early Thursday, allegedly throwing bottles and blows over an argument about Rihanna. The brawl went down at SoHo club W.I.P. between 4-5 a.m. and left five people injured, police confirmed.
Directed by Steve-Ography and edited by Slick Jackson, fans get a sneak peek into the making of the full-length opus, from recording studio sessions, listening sessions, interviews, to a few words from K.R.I.T. and his manager, Johnny Shipes.
Oprah Winfrey and 50 Cent have ended their six-year feud. The talk show host and the rapper sat down for an interview on OWN's Oprah's Next Chapter to sort out their differences. Among them, Winfrey said she had taken offense when 50 -- whose real name is Curtis Jackson -- once said of her daytime talk show: "Oprah's audience is my audience's parents, so I could care less about Oprah or her show."