XXL reports that for this year’s Thanksgiving holiday, Supreme and Timberland will join forces to release a limited edition boot capsule.
The Source reports that on this date in 2000, Cam’Ron released his second album ‘Sports, Drugs And Entertainment’ on Untertainment Records, which was owned by his former manager Lance “Un” Rivera.
Killa Cam is back. A few months after sampling Vanessa Carlton, Cam’ron returns with the Ric Flair-inspired “D.I.A.”
XXLMAG reports that Juelz Santana is gearing up to drop his upcoming mixtape, The Get Back. Before it drops, the Harlem native links up with Bronx native A Boogie Wit Da Boogie for the title track of the tape.
After 15 years, the GRAMMY® Awards are at long last returning to New York, Mayor Bill de Blasio and Media & Entertainment Commissioner Julie Menin announced today along with Recording Academy President Neil Portnow, MSG Chairman James Dolan, and CBS Chairman and CEO Leslie Moonves.
The Source Magazine reports that Killa Cam and Jimmy Jazz come together for an epic Grand Opening…..
Following Jim Jones’ emotional interview with Funkmaster Flex, in which he detailed he and Cam’ron’s falling out, Cam has responded with his side of the story.
Jim Jones recently got in his feelings while discussing his former friendship with his longtime collaborator Cam’Ron.
Cam’Ron stopped by the Angie Martinez show and cleared the air on his legal issues with VH1 and Love & Hip-Hop and his relationship with Jim Jones.
After debuting his “Purple Haze” Reebok collaboration earlier this year, Cam’ron is ready to drop his second installation, the all-pink Reebok Ventilator Supreme Cam’ron, on Cyber Monday.
It’s always good to see a someone give back to his community in a big way. On Friday November 4th, 2016, Harlem’s Cam’ron donated hundreds of sneakers in Harlem, New York.
Jim Jones, along with the rest of Dipset, always made sure to put on for Harlem, and the A$AP Mob are now doing the very same thing, so it only made sense for Jones’ “Harlem” record from his new mixtape, The Kitchen, to be a torch-passing moment.
The Apollo Theater today announced its Summer at the Apollo lineup with a series of concerts and events featuring some of the most renowned artists in hip hop and soul/R&B, including Jill Scott, Aaron Neville, DMX, Kurtis Blow and more, as well as its participation in the annual HARLEM WEEK Festival.
Join The White Party with Love & Hip Hops Yandy Smith and Harlem Dipset man Juelz Santana’s All White party on Friday, April 22nd, 2016 in New York City.
On June 16, 2015 in New York, the casts of “Love & Hip Hop: NY” and the hit web series “Money & Violence” came out to Bryant Park Hotel to support DOPE.