After a three-year fight for his freedom, the rapper was released last month. His lawyer explained what Drakeo's story says about our justice system.
“People in the building have said, ‘This is unethical; this is wrong. This is not right,’” the producer said of his Universal Music contract.
"Don't just see the advance. Don't just see which label it is. Don't be blinded by the perks, without seeing the other side of it."
He's not the first US rapper to back the US president.
With an upcoming collaboration with Foreign Beggars and an album with Ritviz in the works, Seedhe Maut is riding the new wave of Indian hip-hop.
BNYX® combined a Bollywood song, Young Thug, and a drill beat to remind us of the history between the two genres.
We speak to The Spindoctor on how his life changed after he went from mic checks to temperature checks.