Killer Mike swept the Rap/Hip-Hop categories at the 66th Annual Grammy Awards and was shortly arrested after. He has since made a statement.
Kanye West is trending in the wake of the 66th Grammy Awards after Jay-Z had an epic speech and Taylor Swift won Album of the Year.
Jay-Z won the Dr. Dre Global Impact Award during the Grammy Awards on Sunday (Feb. 4) and defended wife Beyoncé in his speech.
Though we're sure the incident put a damper on Mike's night, they can't take away the fact that the man earned those Grammys and will be putting them on a mantle somewhere in his home.
It’s not a Grammy weekend if Jay-Z doesn’t hold a party and a-listers scramble to get invites and attend. Hova hosted a soiree at a West Hollywood club in lieu of his annual Roc Nation Brunch not going down this year.
Questlove of The Roots expressed that it "hurt" that MC Hammer wanted no part of the recent tribute to Hip-Hop from the Recording Academy. Hammer had previously expressed a reluctance to engage with the "fakeness" of the industry.
Will Smith's reuniting with DJ Jazzy Jeff was part of the star-studded night that was the Grammy Awards' television special honoring 50 years of Hip-Hop. Other notable artists who performed with Queen Latifah, Public Enemy & LL Cool J.
Janet Jackson rejected the Global Impact Award after CBS mistreated her after her Super Bowl performance with Justin Timberlake.
Dee Barnes spoke out about the Grammys renaming their Impact Award after Dr. Dre in an op-ed on Wednesday, stating that they did so for "an abuser." She wrote about how the situation made her feel, and how speaking out about her being a victim of assault by the producer has led to her being blacklisted by the industry. Barnes also wrote of the hope for a face-to-face summit with Dr. Dre to resolve things.
Dionne Warwick spoke for the first time about the death of the great composer Burt Bacharach, who passed away at the age of 94 on Wednesday. On Thursday, she shared a statement through social media about the man she called a "dear friend." The two, along with lyricist Hal David, created a remarkable string of hits that would be a defining part of the late 1960s and early 1970s.