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Chris Brown Reacts To "The Boondocks" Premiere Episode [HUMOR]

It’s been more than five years since Chris Brown threw his career into disarray by assaulting his then girlfriend Rihanna. Since then, the R&B bad boy has had a difficult time staying out of trouble–whether it be in rehab or a nightclub. 399 more words


YG Explains "My Crazy Life" Album Cover Mugshot [EXCLUSIVE]

Once upon a time rapper YG was on his Latarian Milton sh*t, doing hoodrat things with his friends. The 24-year-old Compton California native born Keenon Daequan Ray Jackson left a sizable footprint in the rap music landscape with his debut album, “My Krazy Life.” Thanks to hit records like “Toot It and Boot It,”  “Who Do You Love?” and “My N*gga” his album on CTE World/Def Jam landed at an impressive number two on Billboard’s Top 200 in its opening week. 372 more words


5 Things I Learned After Seeing "Time Is Illmatic"

I remember the first time I heard Nas’ classic debut “Illmatic” like it happened three seconds ago. In April of 1994, I was an annoying six-year-old who wasn’t allowed to listen to any rap music. 1,081 more words


Iggy Azalea Gets Ready To Change Her Life With Debut [EXCLUSIVE]

Hip-Hop has not been an easy road for Amethyst Amelia Kelly, better known as Iggy Azalea. What started off as a dream signing to… 2,215 more words


NY International Auto Show Preview [EXCLUSIVE VIDEO]

The  NY International Auto Show gets underway today at the Jacob Javitz Convention Center and TheUrbanDaily.com was invited to get a sneak peek at this years offerings. 159 more words

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Ice Cube Talks "Ride Along" and "Friday" Sequels, Battling "Chocolate Droppa"

NWA co-founder Ice Cube still has plenty of attitude, but nowadays he saves most it for the cameras. When he’s not terrorizing cans of beer or keeping bad ass kids in check, he’s on your big screen chasing down the criminal elements he used to rap about. 1,160 more words


Pharoahe Monch Loses His Mind In "Time2" [EXCLUSIVE]

Once upon a time New York’s famed “Times Square” was not the neon-flavored Euro-disney knock-off with pedestrian plazas and Starbucks popping up like boils on every corner. 488 more words