The great Atlanta rap producer London On Da Track recently teamed up with Nicki Minaj, 21 Savage, and Offset on his single “No Flag,” and now he’s got another all-star track with a completely different lineup of guests. “Whatever You On” is a tingly, half-way-to-R&B party song that features the talents of singers Jeremih … More »
Ty Dolla $ign and YG both rose to fame early in the decade because the two of them sounded better over DJ Mustard beats than anyone else. Ty$ has the new album Beach House 3 coming out later this week, and he and YG, who have collaborated many times in the past, have just … More »
Mike WiLL Made-It has teamed up with Compton rapper YG for a new track called “Heart Of A Lion,” inspired by Super Bowl 50 MVP Von Miller’s heartbeat during training and designed to soundtrack an ad for Adidas’ new Z.N.E. Pulse apparel collection. “I’ve always been a fan of adidas and how they … More »
Fresh off of “PIE,” his collab with noted human trash Chris Brown, Future is back with another new single. “Extra Luv” trades up, swapping out Brown for the much more palatable Compton rapper YG, and it comes along with a music video showing the two of them hanging out in a fancy house with … More »
(AllHipHop News) The listeners of a variety of radio stations in several states were shocked earlier this evening (January 31), when an anti Donald Trump song interrupted the normal broadcasts.
Over the past several days, radio stations in Seattle, Louisville, and a cable TV provider in North Carolina have had their signals hacked.
YG and Nipsey Hussle’s song “FDT (F##k Donald Trump” played, with the explicit references to President Donald Trump included.
On WFBS-FM in Salem, South Carolina the record played for at least 15 minutes, before station managers were able to reclaim the hijacked signal.
WFBS-FM has reported the incident to the FCC.
(AllHipHop News) Rapper Rick Ross celebrated his birthday in grand style over the weekend.
Rozay turned 41, and he hosted a star-studded masquerade ball at his mansion, which also happens to be the largest private residence in the state of Georgia.
Rappers like Young Dolph, Dej Loaf, YG, Big Boi, Jeezy, Curren$y, and others attended the annual bash, which is held at Ross’s crib.
According to reports, Maybach Music artists Wale and Meek Mill were spotted at the party and finally settled their longstanding differences.
(AllHipHop News) The embarrassing New Year Eve’s performance debacle does not seem to be stopping Mariah Carey from moving forward with her music career.
The vocal icon has been seen recently with Los Angeles rapper YG, and TMZ reports the two artists are working on a tune together.
According to the celebrity news website, Carey and YG have recorded a breakup song and shot a video for the track.
Carey went through a public split with her ex-fiance James Packer last year.
The songstress and the emcee were hounded by paparazzi outside the Catch restaurant on Sunday night.
“I don’t know what we’re doing,” YG told the paps when asked if he and Mariah are collaborating.
It would be no surprise if MC and YG have connected for a record.
Carey’s discography includes songs with Hip Hop stars like Ol’ Dirty Bastard, Jay Z, Busta Rhymes, Jermaine Dupri, Snoop Dogg, Cam’ron, Jadakiss, Nicki Minaj, Rick Ross, Meek Mill, and others.
The assumed Mariah/YG song could premiere during the season finale of the Mariah’s World docu-series.
Mariah’s World airs Sunday on E! at 9 ET.
Migos’ chart-topping, brain-conquering monster hit “Bad & Boujee” is the sort of song that can cause instant euphoria in a room full of responsible adults. Two nights ago, the Migos did an oddly sedate version of the song on Jimmy Kimmel Live. But when they performed it at their own show in … More »
(AllHipHop News) Hit rapper YG and producer DJ Mustard are being sued by an artist who claims YG ripped him off and stole his lyrics for his debut album, My Krazy Life.
According to a new lawsuit filed by Richard Russell, aka “Grimmis,” he befriended YG in early of 2014.
Their friendship led to an agreement which allowed YG to use some of his previously created poems to incorporate in YG’s debut My Krazy Life.
For instance, Russell claims his recited his poem “Bitch! Who Do You Love?” for the song “Who Do You Love,” featuring superstar rapper Drake.
While he’s thankful for his appearance on the track, Richard Russell claims he’s never been compensated for his part on the hit single.
Richard Russell also claims it was his original poem titled “The Gladiator” at the beginning of YG’s song “BickenBackBeingBool,” yet he’s never seen a dime for his efforts.
“Defendants have refused to pay Russell for any portions of his contributions and refused to discuss with him any form of compensation for his performances and literary contributions to the songs,” the lawsut reads.
Richard Russell is suing YG, DJ Mustard and Def Jam for copyright infringement and fraud and he seeks an undetermined amount of damages.