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DJ Cassidy’s “Pass The Mic” to Make Live Concert Debut at 2022 Pegasus World Cup (Exclusive)

Three legendary hip-hop acts will join DJ Cassidy for the first-ever live concert version of his viral sensation “Pass The Mic” at the Pegasus World Cup, the star-studded horse racing event at Miami-adjacent Gulfstream Park in Hallandale, Florida. Ja Rule, Lil Kim, Mase, surprise guests, and host DJ Cassidy, will pass the mic from performer […]

GoFundMe for Netflix Fyre Fest Doc Breakout Reaches $100K

A crowdfunding campaign for one of the most memorable participants in the recently released Netflix documentary about the disastrous Fyre Festival has reached more than $100,000.

‘Fyre’ and ‘Fyre Fraud’: TV Review

Two competing docs about the disastrous Fyre Festival, one for Netflix ('Fyre'), the other for Hulu ('Fyre Fraud'), make an irresistible, provocative pairing.

Ja Rule Lands Family Docuseries at MTV

Queen Latifah will exec produce 'Follow the Rules'

Reggaeton Star Yandel Signs with CAA

The former member of the Grammy and Latin Grammy Award-winning duo Wisin Y Yandel has sold more than 20 million records worldwide.

Jennifer Lopez to Release First Greatest-Hits Collection

"Dance Again ... The Hits," which will include two previously unreleased songs, is set to hit stores July 24.

Ja Rule Calls Prison Life ‘Amazing’

The rapper, behind bars for gun possession and tax evasion, has bonded with fellow inmates Dennis Kozlowski, ex-CEO of Tyco, and Alan Hevesi, former New York City Comptroller.

Lil Wayne’s ‘How to Love’ and Why Rappers Shouldn’t Sing Ballads (Opinion)

Like LL Cool J's much-derided 1987 slow jam, "I Need Love," Lil Wayne's latest marks a jump-the-shark moment for the hip-hop hitmaker. But he wouldn't be the first thug to "cuddle rap," argues THR contributor Jeff Weiss.

Ja Rule Sentenced in Tax Evasion Case

The rapper gets 28 months in prison for failing to file income tax returns.

Ja Rule to Begin Two-Year Sentence on Wednesday

The rapper who pleaded guilty to a gun possession charge in 2010 will turn himself in at New York's Criminal Court House, after which he'll report to prison.