Music industry executive Brian Garrett of Future Star Music Group checks in with CollegeHipHop.com to shed light on the streaming business.
Do the Billboard charts really reflect the nation's tastes? One student says no.
Jimmy Iovine explains how some wisdom from David Geffen helped him stay sane throughout the years.
Nas has invested in a new company that is revolutionizing public assistance.
A new book takes fans on a first-hand aural tour through many of Hip-Hop's most historic recording sessions.
Jay-Z was not lying when he said he was a "business, man."
Lil Boosie has his sights on a $2 billion dollar industry.
Check out this ad for the Air Jordan Gatorade Collection with cameos by LaMarcus Aldridge and Nipsey Hussle.
Damon Dash explains how he got into the legalize marijuana business.
Forget about a major label. There may be a record deal waiting for you at your local college.
There’s now a huge, awkward elephant in hip-hop culture’s room: the ghost of the DJ.
Chance the Rapper had some very wise advice for students during a surprise appearance.
The world's coolest cars were on display at the Dubai Motor Show. Take a look at what's coming in 2017.
Steve Stoute has a new company called UnitedMasters, which aims to take on the traditional music industry business model.
A number of producers are cutting out the middlemen and leasing their beats and finding big success in the process.
Spoken Word Artist Malik Yusef hit all of his key goals this year. Take a look at what he is up to.
Killer Mike is doing his thing with his SWAG barbershops. Check out his plans for 2018.
Timati is a famous rapper over in Russia. And he's paying tribute to the country's leader this month, with a hamburger.
Those familiar with the genre will know this success is hard-won and reflects the efforts of an underground, black British music community.
Daymond John is looking for bright students who have great business ideas in development or up and running. Read more...
Mona Scott-Young sat down with students at North Carolina Central to give them the scoop on the music business.
Students At Hofstra Aim For The Charts By Signing New Rapper izzeYE
Asher Roth is back with a new outlook on life and a new business to go along with it.
21 Savage dropped by GGN with Snoop Dogg recently promoting his album and hit single “Bank Account."
Hip-hop has always drawn strongly and creatively from existing music, and it is this ethos that anchors its cultural value. It’s therefore not surprising that hip hop has a complex history of bootlegging.
A cast member of Love & Hip Hop" who was frequently embroiled in beef, is off the show and pursuing her education.
If you want to be the best, you have to learn from the best. Here's how you can get schooled by Just Blaze.
A new business is claiming to offer students higher education free of cost.
Variety just launched the "Hollyweed Impact List," which highlights the top celebrities who are making moves in the cannabis business.
How in the world can an artist who is touring the world, going in and out of recording studios and dating models possibly manage, and watch all of that money?
According to French Montana, you shouldn't follow trends if you want to be successful.
50 Cent has been shot, sued, and beefed with some of the biggest rappers of his day. The rapper explains how he lives so fearless.
If you are a budding rapper, how do you know which region will produce the most return on investment (ROI)?
Google is has created some new technology, which allows fans to visualize music in a completely new way.
After seeing the success of fellow Long Beach natives like Snoop Dogg, Nate Dogg and DPG, Randall Pich knew he could make it as well.
Running out of money towards the end of the month? Don’t sweat it, so is almost everyone else.