Tupac Shakur Is Receiving A Star On Hollywood Boulevard

Tupac Shakur was truly a star in hip-hop when he was alive and now he’s going to receive one posthumously on Hollywood Boulevard. The late rapper is among the celebrities who will receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2014, reports Variety. Shakur is the fourth rapper to be honored with a star after previous honorees Sean “Diddy” Combs, Queen Latifah and Will Smith. Along with Shakur, Motown songwriting-production team Holland... Read More

Tony Danza Talks About Being Penpal With Tupac

Actor Tony Danza use to write inspirational letters to Pac while he was incarcerated, Read More below about the relationship they shared.     One of Hollywood’s most surprising friendships might be the one that Tony Danza had with the late Tupac Shakur. Tony stopped by Access Hollywood Live on Tuesday, where he chatted with Billy Bush and Kit Hoover about his book, “I’d Like To Apologize For Every Teacher I Ever Had,” and also... Read More

Willow Smith Writes An Open Letter To Tupac

The 11 year old shared a letter she penned to hip-hop legend Tupac years ago! Willow writes: “I know you are alive some place I think that my mommy really misses you. Can you please come back. Can you please come back so momy and me can be happy” Jada-Pinkett Smith had a very close friendship with Pac, even rumored to have possibly been more than a friendship at one point. It appears the actress may have been feeling the loss of Tupac... Read More

Darrell Bolton allegedly murdered Christphor Wallace aka Notorious B.I.G

Fifteen years after Biggie’s murder, retired detective Greg Kading debunks a few bogus theories and explains why the case will never officially be solved.   According to the police detective who spent three years investigating the murder of Biggie Smalls, the man pictured above—Wardell Fouse a.k.a Darnell Bolton a.k.a. “Poochie”—was the triggerman who killed Biggie fifteen years ago today. His fee for murdering the greatest... Read More

P Diddy allegedly has parts of tupac’s death

Bab Boy President confirms it: Kirk Burrowes, ex-president of Bad Boy Entertainment, is making explosive claims in new court papers which implicate Sean ‘P Diddy’ Combs in the 1995 destroy of Tupac Shakur. In legal filings obtained by The New York Post, Burrowes claims the mogul set up an “enterprise” of thuggish[..]ociates “to gain power, recognition, fame and financial gain through acts and threats involving destroy,... Read More

The Run Is Over for Jimmy “Henchman” Rosemond

According to reports, federal agents spotted the Hip-Hop mogul near The W Hotel around Union Street in midtown Manhattan early this morning.He fled when approached by agents, who caught and tackled him, reports say.Arresting agents apprehended Rosemond during the foot chase near E. 21st Street.  Read More

Who is Haitian Jack & why his name connects with the music industry?

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Jimmy Henchman was behind the 1994 shooting of Tupac Shakur

The world has been waiting 17 years for this! A convicted felon by the name of Dexter Isaac has stepped up and claims he shot Tupac Shakur in the 1994 robbery that escalated  the rivalry many blame for the rapper’s murder two years later. Dexter Isaac, now serving a life sentence for murder, told AllHipHop.com that he robbed Shakur the night he was outside the Quad Studio in Manhattan in November 1994. But hear this, he also mentioned... Read More


Ted Rowlands and Michael Cary CNN Los Angeles, California (CNN) – In the late 90s, two of hip hop’s biggest stars—Tupac Shakur and Christopher Wallace (aka Biggie Smalls, Notorious B.I.G.) were gunned down six months apart in eerily similar fashions. According to witnesses, both were passengers in vehicles, stopped at busy intersections, but police never received solid leads to arrest a suspect for either of the seemingly targeted... Read More

Game’s Manager Sues ‘NY Daily News’ for $100 Mil Over “Snitch” Claims..

Jimmy “Henchman” Rosemond, manger to Game and CEO of Czar Entertainment, has filed a $100 million lawsuit against famed New York newspaper the Daily News for a story they published last month that painted him as a federal informant. As previously reported, on September 13 the paper reported that Rosemond—a noted figure in the “stop snitching” movement—provided law enforcement with information at least three times since 1996, according... Read More

[Video]: Young Jeezy Speaks On His Clothing Line 8732

8732 Clothing or Eight 732 was founded in 2006 by the multi-platinum Atlanta rap artist Young Jeezy. The internationally known rapper, who’s real name is Jay Jenkins, was inspired by other artists such as Jay-Z and Sean Diddy Combs, to create his own clothing brand that caters to the new generation of youth that dress in a casual urban street wear style. Originally named “USDA Clothing“, Jeezy was forced by the United States government in... Read More

[VIDEO] Jay-Z, Eminem and the Yankees: Making History They came out some 60,000 strong to the Bronx on Monday night, and it wasn’t to see Javier Vazquez pitch. No, for the first of two evenings, the new Yankee Stadium converted itself from an opulent baseball palace to a thriving ode to pop culture, as the ballyard was christened, in a musical sense, with a concert headlined by hip-hop royalty Jay-Z and Eminem. But befitting a Yankees culture... Read More

R.I.P 2pac Amaru Shakur

Here is a summary of 2pac’s life and death: When Tupac was born on June 16th, 1971 his mom, a member of the Black Panthers was in jail for bombing. When they got out 2pac’s family went to Harlem, where his mother began using crack. She sent 2Pac to the baltimore school of performing arts, where he wrote his first raps under the name MC New York. He than moved to Cali and helped Digital Underground. His first Solo album was called... Read More