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20 Years Later: Why 1996 Was Such A Crucial Year In Houston’s Hip-Hop History
VIBE explores why 1996 was such an imporant time in Houston
Watch Biggie and Jay-Z Perform “Get Money” in ’96
Arguably two of the greatest emcees to hail from Brooklyn, Notorious B.I.G and Jay-Z shared a fellowship that extended far beyond hip-hop. But the relationship…
Michael Jackson’s White Glove Fetches Nearly $50K In Auction
The white glove Michael Jackson wore in 1996 sold at an auction in Australia on Sunday (August 6) for a reported $49,000.
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Lolo Jones -- My Ass Is Gold Medal Quality (PHOTO)
Madonna Speaks Out After Panned Prince Tribute At Billboard Awards
Hear the Roots' Rousing NBA Finals Anthem
Run The Jewels, Against Me!, Vince Staples Announced For Adult Swim Singles Series
Louisiana Governor Signs Bill Making Attacks On Police…
Gov. John Bel Edwards signed the "Blue Lives Matter" bill this week making an attack on cops, firefighters and emergency medical workers a hate crime.
Take Five Minutes And Become Inspired By Donovan…
Opting for a non-traditional route, Donovan Livingston decided to recite a poem, which has gone viral in the days since the original oration.
Justice Department Seeking Death Penalty Against…
Dylann Storm Roof, the 22 year old alleged gunman who killed nine African-American parishioners inside of Charleston, South Carolina's historic Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church…
A Louisiana Valedictorian Was Banned From The…
The straight A student and star athlete claims he's had facial hair all four years of high school and wasn't accused of disobeying school policy…
Donnie Trumpet Celebrates One Year Anniversary Of Surf With…
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