A 23-year-old hacker from the U.K. named, Marcus Hutchins who is responsible for stopping a global cyber attack.
Steve Madden went from having billions to being a jailbird. Now he is giving back...
O.J. Simpson will be back on the street this October. Check out five facts about the case...
A new tactic has been dubbed the "Poopootov" in a play on the Molotov cocktails often seen at streets protests...
Instead of being beaten, assaulted, humiliated and killed in some cases, these students have opted to find diversity and inclusion through another route – hip-hop culture...
Whether your intentions were hornily Innocent, or nefarious evil, taking off your condom and proceeding to screw is considered rape...
The Philadelphia Mural Arts Project is responsible for over 300 plus artists having jobs.
The world's top, and only rapping terrorist is in love...
Could this usher in the death of a number of popular websites?
The world's biggest drug dealer had his own song...
An epic battle in Hip-Hop took place today in the halls of congress. Martin Shkreli, the guy who infamously raised the price of Turing Pharmaceuticals’ AIDS drugs 5,000%, sat in front of a congressional panel. Shkreli also copped a one of a kind Wu-Tang Clan album for $2 million and was called to testify in front of a congressional hearing over his antics.
The Dayton Family were not truly “famous” by any means, but they are still respected in the city and on the underground scene for their dark, grim brand of realism. The group is named after the infamous Dayton Avenue, known as one of the most crime-ridden streets in Flint, Michigan.
Killer Mike is known for being an outspoken political activist, but listen to the rapper explain how Hip-Hop originated as an alternative to violence.
There's a product over in China that's been around for years that is now causing waves, and it will surely please that uncle in your family that no one trusts, or Vladimir Putin.
"An intelligent person that has opportunity and who can participate in how tomorrow is beneficial to everyone wouldn’t even pick up a gun." - will.I.am of The Black Eyed Peas
El Chapo's sons Ivan Guzman and Alfredo Guzman seem to take pleasure in flaunting the amount of money they're raking in from The Sinaloa Cartel’s drug operations. Both Guzman’s have unverified Twitter accounts that showcase the insane sum of money both of these guys are sitting on.
A few gunshots busted into the air by a poor black kid in New Orleans changed the course of American art and history today (December 31) 1912...
Bill Cosby has been charged with felony counts of assault over a 2004 incident!!!
"The sale of Once Upon a Time in Shaolin was agreed upon in May, well before Martin Shkreli's business practices came to light"- Wu-Tang group member RZA
Right after Eazy-E died, the FBI started investigated amidst claims that someone stole master recordings and unpublished songs that were in two titanium, locked briefcases. The masters, which were worth millions, were lifted from the trunk of Eazy-E's leased Mercedes.
What in the world is going on in Los Angeles? The LA Unified School District sent home 640,000 students over a serious threat!
“There is virtually no standard by which the media are holding Mr. Cosby’s accusers. Anyone and everyone who wants to file a suit or get on television can be guaranteed fawning coverage."- Bill Cosby's attorney Marty Singer
Murder accounted for 6.0% of deaths across the sample, but was the cause of 51% of deaths in rap musicians and 51.5% of deaths for hip hop musicians, to date. This could be due to these genres’ strong associations with drug-related crime and gang culture.
ISIS new tactic involves soft civilian targets. They involve country nationals and foreign recruits. The enemy is everywhere and nowhere. It is a classic terrorist response.
BMF 2015 Update
"I really explain to the world how things like this occur and have occurred since 1970 when gangbangin' was created in Los Angeles and its surrounding cities and hoods." - Game on "The Documentary 2"
Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist Dick Cady and escort Katina Powell have written an expose of recruiting tactics used in the basketball program at University of Louisville and it's causing major controversy!
By: Teron Anderson “We’re not against rap, we’re not against rappers, but we are against those thugs.” That’s from...
Police Still Looking For Teen Who Spray Painted Idaho Cliff With Message For "Destiny"
SSU President Addresses Campus About Shooting
Drake is finally talking about the shootings at his OVO Fest after-party. On Friday evening, more than 10 days after two people were gunned down in a double homicide that remains unsolved, the rapper broke his silence. In his first statement since the murders, he spoke of the anguish and emotional conflicts he’s experienced.
Two people were killed at an After Party for OVO Fest. According to a new lawsuit, violence is nothing new for Drake or the club that hosted his party.
This is a tale of two legal cases both involving terrible injustice in two separate directions. What the two entertainment giants also have in common is grossly ill-advised legal maneuvering, born of calamitous outsized arrogance and ego, causing catastrophic results.
While Drake was dealing with issues surrounding Meek Mill, the rapper was also being targeted by the University of Kentucky and a leak of his NBA jerseys!
They knew him as just a regular young man who enjoyed breakdancing and rooted for the Spanish football team Real Madrid. So it came as a shock to relatives and neighbours that engineering student Seifeddine Rezgui, 23, had gunned down dozens of holidaymakers on a Tunisian beach, killing 39 innocent people.