Hip Hop

Duane “Keefe D” Davis, accused orchestrator of Tupac Shakur’s 1996 murder, may soon see the light of day. According to court records, Keefe D has secured the $750,000 necessary to post bond for potential release from a Las Vegas County Jail. Court officials confirmed a company named E-Bail facilitated the bond required for Keefe D’s
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Cardi B didn’t hold back when expressing her opinion on why the House military draft bill will be ineffective due to the temperament of the young Americans the bill targets. The “Up” rapper begin training earlier this week after a video of her ranting about how ill-equipped generation Z is to go to war went
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50 Cent may be following in Tyler Perry’s footsteps, expanding his entertainment empire with his G-Unit film and television studios, but Fiddy’s making clear they aren’t rivals.  G-Unit Studios in Shreveport, Louisiana, reportedly became the second-largest Black-owned production studio in the world after Perry’s Atlanta studio. However, this doesn’t mean the executives are at odds.
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Father’s Day landed on Sunday (June 16) and, par for the course, a flood of emotional posts are inundating social media. From those who have lost their fathers to those who are able to be with them in person, a laundry list of Hip-Hop artists are paying tribute to the men in their lives who
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Snoop Dogg grabbed the spotlight at the Brewers’ American Family Field with a flair as he provided some wild commentary during the Milwaukee Brewers game against the Cincinnati Reds. The night began with Snoop, dressed in a Brewers jersey, throwing out the ceremonial first pitch. His presence electrified the crowd as he walked through the
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Mos Def is being linked to one of the latest rising stars, thanks to fans of the growing trend in live performance content platforms. It’s possible that you may have either seen clips or heard audio from the viral performance the artist producer did for OnTheRadar last month, due to her bop “Not My Problem”
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In a gut-wrenching blow to the quest for racial justice, the Oklahoma Supreme Court has dismissed a lawsuit filed by the last living survivors of the horrific 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre. The elderly survivors, who’ve spent their entire lives seeking justice for the atrocities they endured, faced yet another setback as the court ruled their
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