Vaunted digital music publication 'Pitchfork' is now merging with 'GQ' Magazine, and numerous Pitchfork employees including its editor-in-chief were laid off on Wednesday.
OutKast’s indelible influence on the culture continues to shines through years after their historic run. Two NBA ballers recent paid homage to the ATLiens and Daddy Fat Sacks is here for it.
Tyler, The Creator done made it. GQ recently revealed which celebrities would be gracing their 24th annual “Men of The Year” issue and amongst the chosen four to grace that coveted cover, the Flower Boy rapper found himself sharing the honor with Al Pacino, Robert DiNero, and Jennifer Lopez. Not bad company to find yourself alongside […]
Pharrell is once again pushing the boundaries of culture and fashion in one fell swoop. His newest magazine feature is a bold proclamation to say the least.
Usually reserved artist J.Cole shocked the Hip-Hop world when GQ revealed the “Middle Child” rapper was featured on the cover of the magazine’s April issue. While the moment was monumental, Twitter had jokes about the fits Gentlemen’s Quarterly decided to put Cole in for the spread.
While Frank Ocean may never fully embrace the celebrity spotlight he has made some recent strides that should be commended. He explains why he is opening up in a new magazine feature.
Serena Williams can’t seem to catch a break as of late. Instead of celebrating being featured on the cover of GQ’s Men of The Year issue, Twitter is more focused on designer Virgil Abloh’s use of quotation marks.
Wale never bites his tongue and will let you know how he truly feels. A writer learned that yesterday (Oct 23) when he shared a portion of a GQ interview that tried to shade the Free Lunch rapper.
In the eyes of the public, the newly canceled diss war between Drake and Pusha T has awarded the Virginia wordsmith the victor after the “The Story of Adidon” track. King Push has already stated that he’s done with the beef, and hammered home that point in a new interview.
Bobby Shmurda is still waiting for his trial to start, and his struggle gets more epic by the day. In a recent GQ article, the Brooklyn rapper is painted like a victim of the streets, the music industry and the justice system.