The Morning Hustle

Rising rap sensation King Combs speaks candidly on how being the son of Diddy plays out when it comes to auditioning and clearing samples. 

He released videos for Big Time, Party All The Time, It Ain't Safe, Keep Going and These Streets Know My Name.

Ari Fletcher's Lamborghini truck is on its way to getting repossessed as a result of her breakup with Moneybagg Yo and TMH discusses.

In an interview a recent interview, Megan Thee Stallion was confirmed as the newest member of the famed Marvel Cinematic Universe.

The Morning Hustle discusses the controversy of an appropriate dating age range. Listeners chime in and share their stories on age gaps.  

Spice sat down with Headkrack and Lore'l to speak on finally being free to make the music she wants and collaborating with reggae legends.

In rap news, California Legislature passes rap lyrics bill and law student @iamlegallyhype for legal expertise on today's hot button topics.

The senior adviser to the President and Director of the Office of Public Engagement breaks down everything you need to know regarding the new student loan forgiveness plan that President Biden announced this week. 

Veteran vocalist Tank sat down with Lore'l for a candid conversation about his final album and who he thinks is being slept on in the genre. Last week in the world of R&B music, one of the genre’s most innovative producers stirred the pot with one tweet. Text “HUSTLE” to 71007 to join The Morning Hustle Show mobile club for exclusive news. (Terms and conditions). Diddy alluded to the genre being a corpse of its former self, asking his 15.3 million […]

Tasha says her son was being picked on by another student but the issue is that she's a GIRL!  Now that he finally stood up for himself, he's confused as to why he is the one who got in trouble!

Nicki Minaj continues to make history! Her brand new single "Super Freaky Girl" debuted at number one on the Billboard Hot 100, making her the first female rap track to debut atop the chart since Lauryn Hill's "Doo Wop (That Thing)" back in 1998.