One entity that is fan of Kendrick Lamar's "i" single is the NBA. So much so that the Compton rapper's tune will be featured in new video spots to promote the 2014-15 NBA regular season.
In the clip, footage of NBA
Future's commercial appeal has reached levels unseen by any trap-boasting, southern rapper not named Clifford Harris Jr. or Jay Jenkins. Long gone are his days of rhyming about closets full of True Religion fits; in fact, the ATLien models some upscale pieces in an editorial in issue
This is one of the many reasons why we love Erykah Badu. The songstress pulled off one of the greatest celebrity pranks in a while by masquerading as a musical panhandler in Times Square.
Just to show how cold the Big
Bobby Shmurda’s recent (and since deleted) Instagram rant about not getting paid probably subjected the rapper to a few “No Shmoney Dance” jokes. The predatory nature of the recording industry is such that young Bobby Shmurda isn’t even the first rapper
Head of the Russian Tennis Federation Shamil Tarpischev won't be spearheading any sporting events in his country anytime soon.
The Women’s Tennis Association recently gave Tarpischev a heavy hand of discipline for remarks towards Venus and Serena Williams that most
Tyga recently sent out an incendiary memo to social media users who think they can attack celebrities and not get a response.
The Young Money rapper has sent mixed messages to the public regarding his current relationship status in the
A California woman was rescued after getting stuck in a chimney. This is where we mention that this struggle version of Santa Clause was at the home of a man she went out on a few online dates with. Oh yeah,
During an annual pumpkin festival in New Hampshire, riots broke out and prompted a response from police near Keene State College over the weekend. Twitter responded with biting sarcasm in how the situation at the festival was handled in comparison
In a perfect world, the art of staying woke--being aware of the events transpiring in the--world would be a global practice. Since that isn't the case, Dreamville's own Bas challenges listeners to "be alert" in the visual for "Mook In
On Saturday (Oct. 18), Jeida Torres, 3, was beaten to death at a Brooklyn homeless shelter. The tot was unfortunately discovered by authorities unconscious and unresponsive in an apartment at 38 Cooper Street in Bushwick around 4PM.