Chuck Creekmur, owner of AllHipHop.com and father to a little girl, took a much different approach to Nicki Minaj’s Internet-breaking “Anaconda” cover. You know, the one where she’s clad in a sports bra, g-string and some AirJordan Retros? Of course, you know.
Add another one to Jay Z‘s extensive list of epic magazine covers. The Brooklyn rapper turned mogul lands on the front of the November 2013 issue of Vanity Fair.
Chance The Rapper has been bubbling for a hot minute, mainly thanks to his critically acclaimed Acid Rap project. With the accolades streaming in, the Chicago MC lands on the cover of Complex magazine’s October/November 2013 issue.
Kelly Rowland is on the cover of the October 2013 issue of SHAPE magazine, and we totally approve. The lovely R&B crooner looks stunning and talks about her derriere. We don’t mind that, too.
We’re reporting this strictly for archival purposes. Allegedly, Kanye West wants his newborn baby, North West, to make her debut to the world on the cover of Vogue magazine. Surprisingly (sarcasm), the fashion publication’s editor-in-chief, Anna Wintour, isn’t a fan of the idea.
Robin Thicke and Janelle Monae are a pair of the hottest artists in the game. So it’s no surprise that VIBE magazine has placed the edgy crooners on the cover of its summer 2013 issue.
Kanye West used to be thirsty for magazine covers; not so much in 2013. Yeezy was supposed to be on the cover of the latest Rolling Stone, but after bailing on the interview for reasons unknown at the last minute, the music title settled for its controversial Boston Marathon Bomber cover.
Naya Rivera has a legit acting career and a starring role on the hit Glee. Nevertheless, now many know her as Big Sean‘s girlfriend. But what really matters at the moment is that she is on the cover of the latest issue of Complex magazine, which means plenty of photos of the Puerto Rican, Black […]
Beyoncé is nude on the cover of Flaunt magazine rocking all-glitter everything. In the accompanying Q&A, Blue Ivy’s momma talks about her status as a gay icon and other topics, including her Pepsi deal.
The champ is here, again. LeBron James graces the cover of Sports Illustrated, the twentieth time he has done so. In the story, King James talks about equating his championship securing jumpshot to another by a certain NBA great named Michael Jordan.
Drake and GQ magazine have a nice relationship. The Toronto rapper graces the cover of the men’s fashion mag’s July 2013 issue and discusses his new album, Nothing Was The Same, his come up and misconceptions that dog him.
Wale has always included ample doses of political consciousness and righteousness in his music. The MMG rapper makes that connection all the more blatant by dressing like the late Malcolm X on the cover of Urban Ink magazine.
The 2013 NBA Finals kicked off last night (sorry, Miami), but before the game started, video game fans got a treat. 2K Sports released the trailer for the new NBA 2K14 basketball video game, which features LeBron James on the cover.
DJ Khaled’s dreams are coming true. The DJ and We The Best label honcho graces the cover of the latest The Source magazine alongside his artist Ace Hood and Cash Money’s Birdman.
Queens rapper Action Bronson clearly gives no fux about political correctness or Hip-Hop feminists. This is the conclusion after peeping the album cover artwork for the MC’s forthcoming Saab Stories project.
While her stint as an American Idol judge has been full of drama (rumor is everyone is on the chopping block), Nicki Minaj still has plenty of positives going on. That’s the gist of the YMCMB rapper’s cover story in the June/July 2013 issue Teen Vogue.
In a recent move to merge digital with print, VIBE magazine has digital covers to accompany the ones found on newsstands. For their April/May issue, Miguel and Kendrick Lamar grace the digital issue cover, with individual print covers as well.
It seems like controversy has been following Lil Wayne around like a groupie all year. Nevertheless, Weezy’s forthcoming album, I Am Not A Human Being 2, is still one of the most highly anticipated Rap albums of the year, and here is its tracklist.