Still fresh from winning another lawsuit, Ross takes aim at the party-rockers for a refrain he feels is too close to one of his own.
Unhappy with the current lyrical state of hip-hop? So is an ad agency out of Los Angeles called Amusement Park Entertainment.
Toronto rapper Drake is currently vying for the king of hip-hop crown, with his most recent full-length release, ‘Nothing Was the Same,’ enjoying the second-best opening week sales numbers of 2013.
A late entry for a real summer jam contender, and another amazing verse from Nicki Minaj.
On the song, off Ross’ Maybach Music Group’s compilation Self Made Vol. 3, out September 17, the rapper talks about his drug dealing past and questions why he didn’t meet the same fate as Martin over a dark, menacing beat.
After being dropped by Reebok, Rick Ross is finally speaking out about the lyrics that critics have said glorify rape. In a statement released by Ross today (April 12), he apologizes for his verse on […]
After public outcry over Rick Ross‘ lyrics critics say glorify rape, Reebok has dropped Ross as a spokesperson. The news comes a week after activist group UltraViolet held a protest outside Reebok’s flagship store in […]
Though Reebok has remained silent over the protests associated with the sneaker company’s spokesperson, Rick Ross, the chatter has only grown louder. With so much heat aimed at Ross over his lyrics on Rocko’s “U.O.E.N.O.” […]
The petitions urging Rick Ross to apologize for lyrics that many complain glorify rape have begun to affect the rapper’s live music obligations. According to local newspaper Ottawa Citizen, Ross’ Ottawa, Ontario concert, to be […]
A Twitter apology was not enough to quiet the controversy surrounding Rick Ross‘ latest lyrics, for which he has been accused of promoting rape. Thursday (April 4), shortly after Ross tweeted a 69-character apology, a […]