The Fugees

On Tuesday (September 21) The Fugees announced a reunion tour to celebrate 25 years of their classic album "The Score."

Fans weren't the only ones happy with the Fugees' sample, as the often-quiet Lauryn Hill even praised Khaled for the nod.

Aswad Ayinde, known for directing The Fugees‘ “Killing Me Softly” video in 1996 is now being hit with 27 charges after years of raping his…

In the illustrious world of entertainment, there are a million rags-to-riches stories that have been told from the perspective of various cultures and nationalities, but…

Today Rapsody’s video for “Believe Me” premiere’s on BET’s “106th and Park.” On the track from her debut, The Idea of Beautiful, she pays homage…

(originally published in 2010) Quick, name all of the members of Young Money. Taking you a minute huh? With the movie The Expendables opening today…

  Before the actual fireworks went off, Lauryn Hill lit up the stage with a surprise set at The Roots’ 4th of July Jam in Philadelphia on Wednesday. READ MORE

Wiz Khalifa and Taylor Gang members Lola Monroe and Juicy J remade The Fugees’ “Fu-Gee-La” as “Ooh Gee La,” and here’s the video straight from the studio. Did they do a good job, or should they have left this song alone? The Home Of Taylor Gang RELATED POSTS: Lola Monroe Freestyles Over “Stay Schemin’” Wiz […]

The Fugees reunion may happen! Jerry “Wonda” Duplessis, a hit producer who worked with the band on their 1996 Grammy-winning album The Score, claims that it’s only a matter of time before Lauryn Hill, Wyclef Jean, and Pras Michel reignite the Fugees flame, according to Rap-Up.com. He told the, “I believe there will be a […]

On December 26, 2010 singer Teena Marie died in her home at the age of 54. As is customary when a musician we love has passed away, we take a moment to highlight how they’ve influenced the hip-hop generation. R.I.P. Teena Marie: Celebs Remember The Legendary Singer On Twitter As a gifted singer and musician […]

Former Haitian Presidential hopeful Wyclef Jean lashed out yesterday against the elections in Haiti in what candidates labeled a sham election.

Platinum Sound producer Jerry “Wonda” Duplessis has been experiencing a sonic boom. The producer for everyone from Justin Bieber (“U Smile”) and Shakira (“Hips Don’t Lie”)  has had the streets humming along to that infectious bassline on  Dirty Money and Mary J. Blige’s “Someone To Love Me.” In the midst of planning the entertainment for […]