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Def Jam Recordings is teasing a return to the video game industry.  After teaming up with Electronic Arts for a series of fighting games in the 2000s, the record label suggested via Twitter that it’s ready to step back into the ring.  In the tweet, Def Jam said that the streets “need a new Def […]

Damon Dash has no problem telling anyone what’s on his mind. He’s been going on a spree airing out his grievances and putting record execs…

Rihanna is known for making some surprising moves that keeps her fans guessing. In her latest move, the Bajan superstar has reportedly moved on from her label…

After dropping seven successful albums for the label, pop superstar Rihanna has decided to part ways with Def Jam Records. The island bombshell is leaving…

  Legendary rapper LL Cool J isn’t the biggest fan of everybody’s favorite rapper Jay-Z. They famously clashed when Jay was president of Def Jam…

While Def Jam Recordings newest crooner, August Alsina, finds himself basking in the success of his latest single, “I Luv This Sh*t,” featuring label mate…

This brother is the next BIG thing. Luke James ignited the station at this year’s BET Honors. This New Orleans native is about to take the world by storm with is first album this summer. Enjoy!

Hip-hop is officially entering the karaoke gaming market, allowing rap wanna-be’s to emulate their favorite stars in a new video game. Def Jam Rapstar, a hip-hop version of games like Rock Band and Guitar Hero we be released on XBox 360, PlayStation 3 and Wii in early October. Rapstar features hits from artist like Nelly and […]

Kanye West’s G.O.O.D Music has signed a worldwide label agreement deal with Def Jam music! Kanye brings with him artist Big Sean who is said to benefit the most from the new deal. Sean is the “first G.O.O.D. Music signee to have a project released via the label agreement, with his debut album Finally Famous […]

Vin Vivendi, a french international media conglomerate, with activities in music, television, film, and telecommunications, is reportedly behind the firing, claiming The-Dream as well as LA Reid are out due to disappointing sales figures and exuberant spending.

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