The big news in hip-hop this week was the engagement of Kanye West to his girlfriend Kim Kardashian. Kanye, of course, proposed to Kim in front of the pair's friends and family at an extravagant party held at AT&T Park in San Fransisco. The news of the couple's engagement dominated the headlines this week as the media speculated about their wedding plans and fawned at their engagement video.

In other news, Jay Z was petitioned to drop his involvement with luxury department story Barneys, Lupe Fiasco and Childish Gambino squared off on Twitter, Diddy launched his new Revolt TV cable channel venture and both Young Scooter and Chief Keef were released from incarceration.

Here are top hip-hop headlines of the week!

1. Kanye West & Kim Kardashian Are Engaged

After giving birth to a child together back in June, Kanye and Kim officially got engaged to be married on Monday.

2. Jay Z Is Petitioned To Drop Barneys Due To Store’s Alleged Racism

After a pair of alleged racial-profiling incidents occurred involving a pair of black customers at Barneys New York this week, Jay Z was petitioned by to drop his association with the luxury department store. No word if Jay Z will acquiesce to the group's pressure for him to drop the company.

3. Lupe Fiasco Disses Childish Gambino On Twitter

After Childish Gambino went on the Power 105.1's The Breakfast Club on Thursday and accused Lupe Fiasco of "sneak dissing" him, Lupe Fiasco took to Twitter to diss Gambino himself.

4. Chief Keef Sprung From Jail Early'

After serving 10 days in jail, Cheef Keef was given an early release for good behavior.

5. Young Scooter Gets Out Of Prison

Brick Squad-affiliated rapper Young Scooter was released from prison on Wednesday after serving a six-month bid in prison for a probation violation.

6. Is Ja Rule Writing A Cookbook?

Ja Rule made unexpected headlines this week when rumors surfaced that he was planning to release a cook filled with recipes for your microwave.

7. Revolt TV Causes Mass Pandemonium

From the steps of Biggie's childhood home in Brooklyn, Diddy officially launched his new cable television channel, Revolt TV.