News 1 - 15 of 15
T.I. leaves a furious message on Instagram after Banks made disparaging comments about his wife Tameka 'Tiny' Cottle, writing, 'If u speak ill of my family again, I will end you!!!'
In a new interview with Nick Grimshaw on BBC Radio 1, the 'Hard Out Here' singer says that the beef with Banks earlier this year has motivated her to write new music.
Pharrell, whose vocals are featured in the song by the raptress, doesn't make appearance in the music video and doesn't promote the track.
The Rony Alwin-directed video sees the raptress and her girl friends flaunting their bodies in colorful bikinis while having a pool party.
The raptress cuts short her perfomance at Melbourne's Listen Out Festival after almost getting hit by a can launched by an audience member.
The raptress claims that the Mother Monster has stolen an 'ARTPOP' track called 'Red Flame' from a demo, which was supposed to be a collaboration between the two stars.
Meanwhile, her 'ARTPOP' album collaborator Azealia Banks reveals a verse from their track 'Red Flame'.
A snippet of the rumored joint track by Banks, the Mother Monster, Queen Bey and RiRi has leaked out online.
GLAAD says the '212' rapper should know better than using a word 'that is used almost universally by bullies, often as part of a larger verbal or physical assault,' regardless of her intent or her personal definition.
The '212' rapper is unapologetic about her choice of words, 'If u listen to my music and are not offended by the word n***a.... We're not gonna go here with this f****t s**t.'
The British-Irish boyband remind fans of the debut of 'Kiss You' with a 30-sec plus teaser.
Producers of the ABC dating show file a lawsuit against Steve Carbone for the second time after he agreed to have no contacts with personnel on the reality series.
The R'n'B/pop diva might have hinted about a possible collab for the 'Ratchet' track initially recorded by GaGa and Banks.
The rapstress shows off her fashionista side as she projects for the new video 'Fierce' which serves as part of U.K. clothing line, ASOS, campaign.
The Harlem-raced female rapper flaunts both her body and attitude in her new music video for the title track of her mini album.