Recording Artists

2Pac allegedly walked out on an opportunity to collaborate with Michael Jackson after feeling disrespected in the studio.

Robert "Uncle Bob" Hoobler, who rapper Lil Wayne credits with saving his life as a kid, was found dead in his Louisiana home on July 22.

For Black Music Month, we wanted to give you some good Gospel to listen so check out these amazing albums from these greats.

Born in Jamaica, NYC, Wright dominated the R&B and radio industry with his hit song, “Who Do You Love”  while he was just 19 years old. He was also the son of Roberta Flack, a brilliant woman and world class singer.

The Purple One will soon be receiving the ultimate honor in tribute to his unmistakable sense of style during a special event by Black Fashion Week Minnesota at the one and only Paisley Park to kick off this year's festivities.

Singer John Legend will receive The Recording Academy’s inaugural Global Impact Award for his artistry and activism.

No one can begin to understand what the siblings of late singer Traci Braxton are going through following her recent death to cancer, but now-second eldest Towanda Braxton headed to social media to give us some insight into what it's been like to lose her big sister.

27 years ago today, Tupac's magnum opus Me Against The World was released while the beloved rapper was still incarcerated.

Encore will allow artists to release new music, interact with fans, and put on live shows right from their phones.

Dr. Dre chopped it up with TMZ Live on his epic NFL halftime show, and gave us insight on working with the NFL and their demands. Dre said they went into rehearsals expecting the NFL to heavily censor the songs, but they only made “minor changes”  to Kendrick’s reference to specific L.A. gangs….which was understood. […]