Thank Mr. Kanye West.
The veteran rapper had fans confusing thinking the 'SHEther' artist was expecting their second child together.
The 1994 hit 'Sabotage' popped up in a campaign ad during Sunday's (October 18) Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cleveland Browns NFL game.
"[Birdman] done robbed every n-gga he came in the game with to get some money."
Derrick Thrasher claims he was invited to a L.A. party in May — only for the slimes to kick his ass.
"You remind me of how we used to be."
K. Dot and his cousin grace the cover of i-D Magazine's new issue.
The late Brooklyn native became the first rapper to return to No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with a posthumous album this century.
Slim Shady was born on October 17, 1972.
"While I'm fightin' my own, somehow got you home/So drunk in L.A., end up pissin' on Drake, shit."
The remix released in September and appeared on Moneybagg Yo's 'Code Red' joint project with Blac Youngsta.
The two have been doing back-and-forth on social media for weeks.
She also had something to say about the Hip Hop mogul's new Our Black Party political party.
The 6 God's right-hand producer pitches the 10-song album to him every project cycle.
"I watched Kanye in real time evolve, following almost that same blueprint."
"A whole bunch of 15-year-olds telling me how to live my life like I'm muthafuckin' Ariana Grande or something."
Instead of a deluxe version, 'Savage Mode 2' gets chopped not slopped.
A truck happens to feature the title of Pusha T's 'DAYTONA' album on the back.
"When Meek Mill posted one of my freestyles, that's when I went viral, and everything started getting crazy," the self-proclaimed Philly Flow God says.
The 'Suga' track — powered by a guest feature from Beyoncé — became Megan's first No. 1 single.