We don’t resort to violence, but apparently Chris Brown and Frank Ocean do. Over the weekend, the R&B singers got into an altercation. Elliott weighs in on the brawl with today’s installment of The Truth.
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It’s almost that time of the year when XXL makes their top 10 Freshman list. For YN’s The Truth, he shares his personal
Good times in DC on Sunday night. Along with Miss Info and Karen Civil, I attended Russell Simmons’ second annual Hip Hop Inaugural Ball. Got to see a lot of MCs suited or tuxed out too. Meek Mill, 2 Chainz, Swizz Beatz, MC Lyte, and Doug E Fresh were among the many honorees for their service to the hip hop community and society. The event’s main sponsor, Heineken, who supports initiatives that empower consumers and inspires them to become more […]
Lupe was tooted and booted from an inaugural celebration on Sunday. Allegedly, he was tossed over controversial lyrics. Fast forward to today and Elliott questions whether or not Lupe thrives off controversy. Let’s face it, you love the attention. Ha!
Yesterday, our own YN hosted Fab’s Def Jam Conference call. During the briefing, Fab spoke on Loso’s Way 2, premiered its first single “Ready“, and more. If you couldn’t dial in, here’s what you missed.
“It’s not a vicious lie, it’s a hard truth. You can’t keep Andre in the booth.” YN got rhymes. Ha! Following Andre’s moment of clarity, Mr. Wilson questions if
After the grub, it’s the club. Following YN’s born day
Photos: Ravie B. Before I connected with Raekwon at Greenhouse last night, the wife @danamo put together an amazing birthday gathering with dear friends and music industry heavyweights. None bigger than Mr. Carter who blessed me with a toast. Powerful room. Warm emotions. Forever grateful. Thanks to all.
YN turned 42 yesterday. And to commemorate his born day, he makes six wishes for this installment of The Truth. Sometimes wishing on a star just ain’t enough.
Hey, it’s Elliott Wilson from Rap Radar. And for today’s installment of The Truth, he questions whether or not MCs belong on reality TV. These days it seems like VH1 houses more rappers than most record labels. Sidebar: Green Lantern Interview On L+T