Rap legend LL Cool J brought back Rock The Bells Festival in his hometown of Queens with help from a handful of other masters behind the mic.
Seasoned rapper-turned-actor Ice Cube may have just proved the power of standing up for what you believe in after news broke that he's just struck a multi-picture production deal in partnership with the recently-launched Luminosity Entertainment.
Seasoned rapper/actor Ice Cube reportedly quit a film that Sony was paying him a whopping $9 million to star in simply because he refused to get vaccinated in order to be on set.
Ice Cube gave an update about his Contract with Black America during his appearance on The Breakfast Club this week.
It looks like we may not be getting that often-delayed "Last Friday" movie following more development issues and creative differences with Warner Bros. and the series' lead star, Ice Cube.
On Monday (Nov 30), the west coast legend took to Twitter to share with fans what he's been working on during his sabbatical, noting that his reason for stepping back was to drown out the "noise" and "poison" with critics who felt that his approach was incorrect.
Roland Martin served as the voice of truth following Ice Cube's continued demonstration that he still supports Donald Trump's "fraudulent" Platinum Plan for Black America.
While the veteran rapper and actor didn't flat out endorse either candidate, he explained more behind his reasoning for conducting the chat.
An altered photo of rappers Ice Cube and 50 Cent in hats that appear to show support for President Donald Trump circulated widely on social media Tuesday, fueled in part by a tweet by Eric Trump. “Two great, courageous Americans,” Trump’s son tweeted. He removed the tweet with a photo of the two rappers in […]
The veteran California rapper and actor apparently had an image shared from his Twitter account that offended many in the Jewish community.