Monthly Archives: March 2004

EMI Cuts Jobs

The world’s third largest music company, EMI, is cutting 1,500 jobs, will drop 1 in 5 of its artists signed and will begin outsourcing its CD and DVD manufacturing to...

Usher Tops Charts

Having sold nearly 1.1 million copies of his new album, Confessions, in its first week, Usher will rise to the top of next week’s Billboard albums chart, leaving a stream...

Gary Payton Presents a New Breed of Artists

Nashville, TN – (February xx, 2004) – Out of Nashville, Music City USA– emerges Rock Solid Entertainment, a power-house of talent including Los Angeles natives PYG’z, Cali Active and Ill...

Ma$e to return?

Almost five years after retiring from rap to preach the gospel of Christ Jesus as Dr. Mason Betha, Mase is reportedly planning a comeback to Hip-Hop. According to The Daily...

Obie Trice Nominated For Award

Obie Trice was among the nominees for the annual Detroit Music Awards, which are slated to take place Friday, April 23 at the State Theater in Detroit for Outstanding Major...

Lil Scrappy suing Orlando Police 250 Million

Darryl “Lil Scrappy” Richardson has filed a $250 million dollar lawsuit against the Orlando, Florida police department, manager Tommy “Serious” Phillips confirmed with AllHipHop.com. The lawsuit stems from the treatment...

Kim Mathers, Eminems Ex-Wife back in jail

Eminem’s ex-wife was back behind bars after Macomb County authorities said she dropped out of a court-ordered drug treatment program. Kimberly Mathers was released from jail March 1 to attend...

Neptunes sign a deal with Interscope

The Neptunes have defected from Arista, moving their Star Trak label to Jimmy Iovine’s powerhouse label, Interscope. The Grammy Award winning duo will ink a deal worth an estimated $5...

Dr Dre Abandonds Detox

Dr. Dre has decided to abandon work on his highly anticipated final LP, according to the cover feature article in the upcoming XXL magazine. Dr. Dre and the newest members...