Kodak Black just can't stay out of the news. The "Zeze" rapper is on everyone's lips again after allegedly being attacked earlier this week (April 9th).
One of the most anticipated moments of Nipsey Hussle's "Celebration of Life" ceremony was when Snoop Dogg stepped on the stage to memorialize his friend.
When the Republican California Congressman, Devin Nunes files a lawsuit against Twitter in the middle of March for allowing parody accounts like @devincow to pop up, the lawmaker had no idea that the complaint ... Read Article
Using his gifting as a real estate businessman and his love for the flower, Mario Guzman has become the power force behind the most named-checked cannabis strand in Hip-Hop history, Sherbinskis (Gelato and Sunset Sherbet).
Following the popularity of shocking food documentaries What the Health and Food Inc., constant GMO warnings and the exposure of graphic slaughterhouses and chicken farm's, The Source asks the question, "Can the decline of health and influx of disease convince poor and urban communities to convert to a plant-based diet?"
Four stops into the "Breaking the Internet" tour starring DDG & his host of young tour-mates are ripping up stages at each show. Last night's stop at New York's legendary Sounds of Brazil (SOB's) was no... Read Article
Sammie is 32. With his new 13 track album, Everlasting, the singer puts all of those reservations aside. He is totally grown up and is every bit of sexy as his big brother, Tank. And believe or not, it is ok to listen to his music and not feel weird. It is a quality and strong album, talking real grown man sh*t. People have been asking for a real R&B album and here you go.
Originally organized by a group of students from the AUC (Morehouse, Spelman, Clark Atlanta University and Morris Brown), Freaknik was basically Mardi Gras mixed with Hood Block Parties and a dash of Ace of Diamonds.
HBO will inform fans why these two mix-match of a pairing of Meek Mill and Michael Rubin are such good friends in their new documentary, 'Born to Sell.'
Tech N9ne took to social media to fans know that he is alive and gave his condolences to the battle rapper, Tech 9. Celebs also chimed in.
Popular host and New York radio veteran, Bob Slade lost his fight with kidney disease, leaving fans and supporters heartbroken.
Battle Rapper turned commentator and the culture's version of Stephen A. Smith, Tech 9 transitioned over the weekend, leaving the entire culture mourning.
'Ain’t too Proud', a musical about the life and times of The Temptations, opened in previews to a sold out crowd in New York City.
Patricia Okoumou was convicted in December of trespass for scaling the pedestal of The Statue of Liberty and was recently received a sentencing by a judge for her actions.
Rapper Nelly recently released a statement to The Source about his ongoing sexual assault case in the United Kingdom and how he believes the lawyers for the accuser is doing a severe disservice to women.
McGee also reveals that at first she had no ideas about his alleged affection for minors. "I was not a teenager, I was nowhere near a teenager." Despite him wanting her to speak to him in a baby voice.
Watch The Throne 3 was announced, battle rap fans took note and got ready for the queens to take the stage. The card promised the return of some of the league's veteran voices and welcomed some up and coming talent. Did it deliver? ABSOLUTELY.
The Source’s owner and publisher, L. Londell McMillan visited The Breakfast Club to congratulate them, promote the issue and drop science on who in the business is working to truly support artists.
Ron Stallworth decided to punctuate the 70s with a spotlighted exclamation point. The statement spoke loudly in 1979— like the drumbeat under Flash’s “Superrappin.” And in true Hip-Hop fashion, this brave and p... Read Article
The Emmanuel Baptist Church in Brooklyn to produce the "Business of Cannabis" conference with leading marijuana advocacy group, Women Grow. This five hour intensive featured the whose who in the Black and Brown cannabis industry. From "seed-to-sale" representatives were available to educate and network with the community during this free event.