Nicki Minaj Agrees With Birdman: She's the Best Female in Hip-Hop

Nicki Minaj has been very reclusive since taking a break from social media in December 2017. But TMZ caught the Queens rapper making a mad dash into LAX and was able to ask her about Birdman’s recent proclamation. The Cash Money Records CEO was in an interview with Ebro on Beats 1 where he complimented Drake on being the biggest rapper in the world. He then added that Nicki Minaj is the “biggest female ever in hip-hop history.”...

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Fabolous Breaks His Silence After Being Charged in Assault Case

Fabolous has been formally charged with third degree aggravated assault and making terroristic threats stemming from a violent domestic incident last month. According to Bossip, each count carries a three to five year prison sentence and a maximum fine $15,000. As we have previously reported, Fabolous is accused attacking Emily B on March 7 and allegedly punching her seven times, which caused her to lose her two front teeth. He turned...

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Cardi B Reveals 'Invasion of Privacy' Tracklist [PHOTO]

We are only a few days away before Cardi B Season ficially begins. On Wednesday (April 4), the “Bodak Yellow” rapper shared the tracklist for her debut album, Invasion Privacy. The 13-song collection only has two features from Migos (the just-released “Drip”) and 21 Savage. Among the song titles that caught our eye were “Bickenhead,” which obviously the “c” was turned into a “b” because Cardi reps the bloods gang. “Money Bag” feels...

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10 '90s TV Shows That Embraced Hip-Hop

Hip-hop may have started out in the park, but has blossomed into a cultural force worldwide, with people from all walks life claiming it as their own. However, for many years, hip-hop was relegated to the inner-city, with middle America and even members the urban community shunning the culture and writing f its music as a fad, until acts like Run-D.M.C., LL Cool J, Beastie Boys and other crossover acts helped usher rap into the...

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'Black Panther' Now the Fouth Highest Grossing Movie of All-Time

Black Panther just hit yet another box fice milestone. It's now the fourth highest grossing domestic film all-time. Deadline reports that the Ryan Coogler superhero film has eased past Jurassic World ($652.3M) to claim the fourth spot, with a box fice tally  $652.5M domestically. And globally, it's knocked out Frozen to enter into the top 10 grossing movies all-time. The film dropped in February, so chances are, even more...

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