GlobalGrind's own BlogXilla recently sat down with Kareem 'Biggs' Burke to talk music, business and more.
It’s always entertaining when a classic family game show like Jeopardy has trivia involving anything hip hop related. Contestant Sara from Thursday night’s episode of the hit show wasn’t quite as prepared for one question as she thought it was. Her hilarious wrong answer turned into a great laugh for the hip hop fans and […]
We know you’ve ’bout had it with all these Tupac biopic setbacks. So have we. Now for some consolation. According to VIBE, Dominic Santana, who plays Death Row Records co-founder Suge Knight in the forthcoming film, All Eyez On Me will be released on June 16, 2017 — Tupac’s 46th birthday. From VIBE: “On Instagram, the […]
While Tupac’s biopic has seen many roadblocks, USA Network has ordered a pilot about the infamous rapper’s murder. Named Unsolved, the drama will chronicle the police investigations of Tupac and Biggie‘s deaths, and is based on the experiences of former LAPD Detective Greg Kading. Kading will also serve as a consultant and co-executive producer of the show. […]
Bill Simmons recently sat down with NBA star Kevin Durant and rapper Nas and got tons of good (and hilarious) out of the two during his rapid-fire questions segment.
The actor has just signed on to star as a detective investigating the murders of rappers Biggie and Tupac in Brad Furman's 'Labyrinth,' an adaptation of the book published in 2002.
Since taking his talents to the West Coast, it looks like the Golden State Warriors star is fully embracing the California lifestyle, because he just got a huge tattoo of Tupac on his leg.
Rich Homie Quan took to Instagram to apologize for flubbing Biggie‘s lyrics at Monday night’s VH1 Hip-Hop Honors. While the Internet has yet to forgive the rapper for his transgression, Lil Kim, whom RHQ was on stage to tribute, is ready to move on. In a moving Instagram post, Kim called Quan a “true giant” and publicly forgave him […]
According to Ed Lover, Biggie’s song “Kick In The Door” marked the beginning of an important period in hip-hop history. Click on the audio player to hear him explain the story behind the song in detail, in this exclusive audio clip from The Ed Lover Show.