The legendary DJ Premier tapped Remy Ma and Rapsody for his new music video, paying homage to Hip-Hop on its 49th birthday.
Rap pioneer LL Cool J reps for hip-hop history daily on "Rock The Bells Radio," and now he's ready to hit the stage again by bringing back the New York City-centric music festival of the same name that started it all.
On Tuesday, rumors flew all around the web and the twitterverse that incarcerated rapper Remy Ma (pictured) passed away in prison. The famed hip-hop MC was supposed to have been stabbed to death in her prison cell, with even her Wikipedia page at one point having an entry about her death. According to MTV News, […]
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