This moment shined a light on Hip-Hop's insufferable need to debate and caused an unnecessary divide between music fans regionally and generationally, but what does this prove in the end?

Hip-hop mogul Jay-Z caused some major controversy on the Internet recently when he made a bold comparison between his wife, pop diva Beyoncé, and the King Of Pop himself, Michael Jackson.

By way of a Twitter Spaces event, Hov let it be known that he'll never do a VERZUZ but fans are clamoring to find him a worthy opponent, saying that Lil Wayne among others could give him some competition.

Even though Rick Ross already battled 2 Chainz he is still in demand to return to Verzuz. Renzel says that a face off with Jay-Z might be a possibility. As spotted on Complex the Miami MC is making his press rounds to promote his latest effort Richer Than I’ve Ever Been. On a recent interview with The Real he discussed a […]

In their lawsuit Parlux accused Jay of not promoting their cologne and refusing to go on Good Morning America to hock the product.

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Kanye West set the Internet on fire after his now infamous appearance on Drink Champs. The reactions from fans were swift, and the peers he name-checked—often with at least a hint of slander (by the social media definition)—were quick to retort. 

Knowing Hov, his page will primarily serve to promote projects and artists he's involved in as opposed to personal posts as he's been known to be a very private person.

Dame Dash even offered his two cents on Jay's induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame saying "That means I'm in the Hall of Fame,"

Our hearts absolutely fluttered as we watched the Carter's express their love for one another in this short film for Tiffany & CO.

Hov is advocating for the release of a fan that reached out for help in his 20-year bid behind bars, caused by what he describes as "a substance that has become the ultimate green rush.”

The Kansas City, Kansas police department is the focus of a new lawsuit brought against them Monday by Team Roc, the philanthropic arm of Jay-Z's Roc Nation label and media group dedicated to seeking police reform.