It's looking like Drake is not being nice to his fans lately! One of his fans was ignored by the rapper and Gary is standing up for her!

Irv Gotti is calling out Drake for his new album, "Honestly, Nevermind." “Drake’s new album is not hip-hop,” Gotti said, “and he can do whatever he wants. Let me stress that: Drake can do whatever he wants.”

Drake has secured the bag, and it's a massive one. Universal Music Group revealed that has renegotiated its contract with the Toronto rap star and it sounds like an all-inclusive and expensive affair.

It is no secret Drake has an affinity for Jamaican culture. This week he proves it again by offering to buy a Toronto patty spot is about to close their doors. As per Hype Beast the self proclaimed 6 God is stepping up not only for his city but for mom and pop businesses. On Thursday, […]

Kanye West and Drake held a whole concert, that streamed on Amazon, in support of Larry Hoover. Needless to say, the Fed ain't feeling two A-list rappers supporting the founder of the Gangster Disciples, who is serving six life sentences, by the way.

Da Brat recaps Drake & Kanye West's epic night in hip-hop history for today's "Hot Spot," running down some highlights and speaking facts on if the publicity will benefit their cause to free Larry Hoover overall.

October’s Very Own is sticking it to the Grammy committee, withdrawing his nominations for Best Rap Album and Best Rap Performance.

From a viral fight between Bone Thugs-N-Harmony & Three 6 Mafia at VERZUZ to $7K ticket prices for the upcoming Drake & Kanye West concert for Larry Hoover, the "Hot Spot" today is definitely on fire with celebrity news!

After finally ending their long-running feud earlier this week by meeting up in Drake’s native Toronto, Ye and Drizzy have confirmed they will take the stage together for a benefit concert next month in an effort to “Free Larry Hoover.”