Nas, Nicki Minaj, Lil Wayne, The Roots, and 50 Cent all set to hit the stage.
The moral of the story? Tour, and tour hard.
Rap kingpin’s sixth album arrives one week early.
A taste of Young Money’s upcoming compilation, Rise Of An Empire
A start-studded video for a star-studded remix.
Weezy’s “final album ever”
The value of music, especially hip-hop, in the modern “urban” classroom.
“Weezy F. Baby and the F is for figurative language.”
Off his forthcoming new album, E.L.E. 2.
Disciples of Radiohead, The Grateful Dead, and The Polyphonic Spree rejoice.
The star-studded lead single off Busta’s Cash Money debut.
Pretend you’re Thom Yorke, Kanye West, or Kraftwerk.
Kanye West’s 808s & Heartbreak reissued on vinyl for Universal Music’s Respect the Classics campaign
More reasons to lose money.
Lorde isn’t the only one.
Maine is also President of Lil Wayne’s Young Money Entertainment.
Wherein Weezy begins a slow, steady comeback with shit talk and inside jokes.
A half decade later, this beef is still going strong.
With contributions from Chance the Rapper, The Weeknd, and more.
Plus: Weezy announces release date for Dedication 5 mixtape.
Drizzy recruits big names for his new album.
Spoiler: He doesn’t actually step on the flag.
Former foes are now business partners.
Weezy finds himself in more hot water.
Basically, the opposite of Kanye’s interview.
Rapper continues to deal with effects of epilepsy.
Wayne acknowledges hurt of the Till Family, won’t sing about Emmett again.
The latest all-star collaboration via DJ Khaled.
Fearing for his health and his career.
Spoiler: Lil Wayne didn’t die.
After six days in ICU, Tunechi is heading home.
The rapper has been placed in an induced coma.
They’re all arena rockers here.
Welcome to Weezy’s aquatic love palace.
An NSFW effort by Future and his all-star supporting cast.
The Black Keys, Kanye, Jay-Z, Mumford and Sons were the big winners.
The Undisputed World Champion of Auto-Tune returns