Jay Mula Plays Sold Out NYC Gramercy Theater Show

Jay Mula tore down an independent showcase on February 3rd, hosted by Love and Hip Hop’s Snoop, Hot 97’s Mike, and social media sensation Mr. Commodore. The up-and-coming rapper performed for a full house in his hometown at Gramercy Theater. He brought along Loaded Lux, Fat Boy Izzo, Grafh, Jacque, Ron Browz and more Check out Jay […]

The post Jay Mula Plays Sold Out NYC Gramercy Theater Show appeared first on The Source.

Tiffany Haddish and Melissa McCarthy Set To Star In Mob Drama

Word By Shurida Lundi Tiffany Haddish continues to make her mark as a successful black comedienne. According to Deadline, Haddish and Melissa McCarthy will be co-starring in a movie together. The gag is, the movie isn’t a comedy. Both ladies are known for making us laugh ourselves to tears, but this new movie will be […]

The post Tiffany Haddish and Melissa McCarthy Set To Star In Mob Drama appeared first on The Source.

Nelly Under Criminal Investigation For Sexual Assault

Words By Darralyn Buford Nelly is currently under investigation for sexual assault for an incident that allegedly occurred in England last year. According to TMZ, the women accusing the rapper asked Nelly for a photo after his performance Dec.5 at the Cliffs Pavilion in Esssex. She claims the rapper placed his arms tightly behind her […]

The post Nelly Under Criminal Investigation For Sexual Assault appeared first on The Source.

Snoop x 2 Chainz Announce Team Rosters for the Hip-Hop All Star Game

Snoop Dogg and 2 Chainz in coordination with Adidas are hosting the first annual Hip-Hop All Star game. Snoop and 2 Chainz both recruited ten All-star rappers to play on their teams and compete during the NBA All-Star weekend in Los Angeles and it looks like they’re recruiting some real competitive artists. The West Coast […]

The post Snoop x 2 Chainz Announce Team Rosters for the Hip-Hop All Star Game appeared first on The Source.

Boston Police Department Plays Themselves For Honoring White Head Coach Red Auerbach For Black History Month

Boston has a rich history, but sometimes for all the wrong reasons. The Boston Police Department sent out a weird and awkward tweet honoring Black History Month. The original post on the department’s official Twitter account Sunday was in honor of former Boston Celtics coach Red Auerbach. The department tweeted that it was paying tribute to Auerbach […]

The post Boston Police Department Plays Themselves For Honoring White Head Coach Red Auerbach For Black History Month appeared first on The Source.

Lonzo Ball Set to Release First Rap Album “Born To Ball” in Time for All-Star Weekend

Lonzo Ball has been out of the rotation for the Los Angeles Lakers for far too long, but as he ramps up activity with the training staff, he’s had just enough time to finish handling some work off the court. ZO is set to release his Born 2 Ball album just in time for NBA All-Star Weekend. 2/15/18 #B2B pic.twitter.com/VJewkdTfVW — […]

The post Lonzo Ball Set to Release First Rap Album “Born To Ball” in Time for All-Star Weekend appeared first on The Source.

Don Cannon Says Lil Uzi Vert Can “Straigh Rap” Like Meek Mill, He Just Chooses Not To

Lil Uzi Vert has built his name on hooks, melody and a penchant on songwriting. This type of style probably wouldn’t appeal to hip hop heads, but Don Cannon recently revealed that Uzi has the ability to do so. The famous producer was on Ed Love’s C’Mon Son! podcast and shed light on Uzi’s career choices. Cannon, who […]

The post Don Cannon Says Lil Uzi Vert Can “Straigh Rap” Like Meek Mill, He Just Chooses Not To appeared first on The Source.

Beloved Wire and House Of Cards Actor Reg E. Cathey Dies At 59

Actor Reg E. Cathey, who played Freddy on “House of Cards” and appeared in “The Wire,” has died. He was 59. The beloved actor passed away at his home in New York, surrounded by friends and family. We’re told he’d been battling lung cancer. Reg Cathey, 1958-2018. Not only a fine, masterful actor — but […]

The post Beloved Wire and House Of Cards Actor Reg E. Cathey Dies At 59 appeared first on The Source.

Hip Hop Pioneer Lovebug Starski Passes Away At 57

“Peace to Ron G, Brucie B, Kid Capri/ Funkmaster Flex and Lovebug Starski…” -Biggie Smalls “Juicy” The Hip Hop community is mourning as one of the founding fathers of Hip Hop culture, Lovebug Starski has passed away. He was 57 years old. Starski, whose real name is Kevin Smith, allegedly died from a heart attack […]

The post Hip Hop Pioneer Lovebug Starski Passes Away At 57 appeared first on The Source.

Meek Mill’s “Dream’s And Nightmares” Album Intro Got Over One Million Streams After The 2018 Super Bowl

Meek Mill maybe behind bars, but his impact on the Philadelphia Eagles will live forever. Meek released his debut album Dreams and Nightmares in the fall of 2012. Although featuring the hit song “Amen”, the most noteworthy song on the album was the album’s intro, “Dreams and Nightmares (Intro)”. At the time, the intro track quickly […]

The post Meek Mill’s “Dream’s And Nightmares” Album Intro Got Over One Million Streams After The 2018 Super Bowl appeared first on The Source.

Why Alicia Keys Should See Vagina Monologues’ Creator Eve Ensler’s New Show

There are few spaces where the Hip-Hop generation can connect with Broadway, outside of the scope of either two of Lin Manuel’s hit musicals. In The Heights or Hamilton. Typically, we have look to something with flare, a good beat, some celebrities or a hot buzz. But Eve’s new show is none of these. It […]

The post Why Alicia Keys Should See Vagina Monologues’ Creator Eve Ensler’s New Show appeared first on The Source.

Two New Cast Members Added To Nick Cannon’s Wild N’ Out, Season 11

Words by Shurida Lundi Social media is such a powerful tool and has now become the place to gain a platform with a huge fan base. As of late, it seems like many of this generation’s comedians have used YouTube and Instagram to showcase their chops and to get noticed by celebrities and television networks. […]

The post Two New Cast Members Added To Nick Cannon’s Wild N’ Out, Season 11 appeared first on The Source.