A back and forth feud has developed between Trill Ent. artist Webbie and Local Chicago rapper Mi5led. The fued first became public when a video was published showing Webbie getting escorted out of a Chicago club after being pulled off stage and attacked by Mi5led along with several Chicago gang members, for not supporting fellow lablemate Lil Boosie.
After weeks of silents Webbie resently came forth with a Vlog entitled "Webbie Responds to Chicago...", where he denies all involement…
(AllHipHop News) Producer Dr. Dre was delivered a minor loss in court earlier this week, when a Los Angeles judge dismissed claims that the “new” Death Row Records illegally re-released his hit 2000 album The Chronic.
Dr. Dre was one of the original owners of Death Row Records when the legendary label launched in 1992 with Marion “Suge” Knight.
After Dre’s departure in early 1996 to form Aftermath, the label continued into… Continue
Veteran Rapper From Long Beach, RBX, Issues New Statement On Death Row Records.
LONG BEACH CA, Back in the original days of Death Row, producer, writer, tastemaker RBX could be found pushing the line on the streets of Southern Cali. Known for his work with Dr. Dre, The Dogg Pound, Snoop Dogg, Korn, Brother J, Eminem and many more, RBX rarely speaks to the press, but when he does it is the truth.
Death Row Records seems as though it's a curse these days. More dispute over owed money by the label's new owners was revealed recently.
According to a blog from the Wall Street Journal, lender New Solutions Capital Group is pleading for anyone to come bail them out, after they financed the purchase of Toronto-based WIDEawake Entertainment Group Inc.'s $18 million acquisition of Death Row out of bankruptcy… Continue
LOS ANGELES – Dr. Dre sued the new iteration of Death Row Records on Thursday claiming the label failed to pay royalties and released a new version of his iconic album "The Chronic" without his permission.
Dre, whose real name is Andre Young, filed the suit in federal court in Los Angeles against WIDEawake Death Row Records and its parent companies.
Young has not been paid royalties on the original… Continue
For the second consecutive year, Beyoncé and Jay-Z have been named Forbes’ top-earning couple in entertainment. The duo combined to earn $122 million between July 2008 and July 2009, beating out Hollywood power pairs like Brangelina, the Beckhams and TomKat. While Jigga carried the financial weight in their relationship by a narrow margin on the Forbes’ inaugural list last year, Beyoncé easily out-earned her husband this time around, grossing…Continue
Since the original Hip-Hop powerhouse Death Row Records was acquired by WIDEawake Entertainment for $18 Million in January 2009, both fans and critics of the iconic label have speculated about its… Continue
"You haters can eat a dicc up till you hicc up ! This is obviously a throw away record for tony touch i cant wait till eminem = the g.o.a.t. Drops his album to prove hes better than everything that is out....listen to the punchlines you have to be…"