On Thursday night’s (May 8) episode of The Arsenio Hall Show, veteran MC Talib Kweli appeared as the evening’s special guest performer.
Vine phenomenon turn child star, of sorts, Lil Terrio has gone global (or national, at least). His most recent feat was a recent appearance on The Arsenio Hall Show, where he discussed his rise to fame, weight loss goals, and even taught the host a new dance.
Through all the melancholy, confusion, addictions, and the like, KiD CuDi’s intentions have always been to teach and support those who feel alone. That’s why the former G.O.O.D. Music affiliate spoke so passionately about the state of music culture on The Arsenio Hall Show.
Last night, Suge Knight appeared on The Arsenio Hall Show spewed his opinions on fellow Compton natives, The Game and Kendrick Lamar. The Death Row founder saved any slander, and instead critiqued their deals with Interscope.
Ty Dolla $ign’s catchy single “Paranoid” took off right in front of our faces. Having reached certified hit status, the West Coaster promoted the track during a performance last night on The Arsenio Hall Show alongside his partner and frequent collaborator DJ Mustard.
Bone Thugs-N-Harmony chopped it up with fellow Cleveland native and late night television host Arsenio Hall last night. While there, the legendary collective discussed their upcoming album Art of War: World War III and performed their classic “Crossroads,” as well as their Ty Dolla $ign-assisted single “Everything 100.”
Last night, The Arsenio Hall Show hosted newcomer Chance The Rapper, who performed his Acid Rap track “Chain Smoker.” Before taking the stage, the young MC spoke with Arsenio Hall on topics ranging from the violence in Chicago to why rappers should unionize.
Former Cleveland Browns running back Jim Brown remains as one of the most legendary football players ever. But more than his play on the field, Brown has become known for his outspoken stances and displayed such after saying Kobe Bryant was “confused about culture” on The Arsenio Hall Show.
Since returning to late night television, Arsenio Hall has sat with a list of today’s prominent rappers. Last night, The Game visited the show to chop it up about his charity, The Robin Hood Project, his tattoos, and more.
Yo Gotti is currently on a press run promoting his major label debut I Am. Last night, that led him to The Arsenio Hall Show to chop it up with the host and perform “Cold Blood” and “King Sh*t.”
With Because The Internet weeks away from releasing, Childish Gambino premiered yet another song from the LP last night on The Arsenio Hall Show. Titled “Shadow,” the cut is smooth in a manner similar to the actor-turned-rapper’s recent releases.
You never know what you’re going to get out of a Tyler, the Creator interview. The Odd Future frontman was a guest on The Arsenio Hall Show and was his usual candid and sarcastic self, which included an explanation of his usage of the f-word (three letter version) and the n-word, among other topics.
Arsenio Hall returned to late night television after a near 20 year hiatus a little over a month ago, but is back to pushing forward Hip-Hop culture like he never left. Just last night, he invited New Yorkers A$AP Ferg and A$AP Rocky to perform their collaborative hit “Shabba.”
2 Chainz usually runs through a set of energetic songs during performances, but he opted to do something different on stage at The Arsenio Hall Show. He kept his clubs hits on the shelf for a second, and instead introduced fans to the thought provoking “Black Unicorn.”
Last night, Big Sean blessed the The Arsenio Hall Show with two live performances of Hall of Fame tracks “Fire” and “Beware.” He also had a chance to briefly discuss his come up with host Arsenio Hall.
ScHoolboy Q is on a mission to push his groovy single “Collard Greens,” featuring partner in rhyme Kendrick Lamar. Last night, the TDE duo took their talents to The Arsenio Hall Show to perform the aforementioned track.
Arsenio Hall made a return to late-night television earlier this week, and he’s already had a few noteworthy rappers perform. Last night, Nas joined the shows growing ranks as he rocked the crowd to the sounds of his Life Is Good song “You Wouldn’t Understand.”
As you may or may not have known, Arsenio Hall made a return to late night television. Without missing the beat, the reboot of The Arsenio Hall Show had a pair of noteworthy guest last night in the legendary Ice Cube and independent MC Mac Miller.
In a few days, Arsenio Hall will reenter the talk show arena after a nearly twenty-year absence from the game. While some say the field is crowded, Hall is more determined than ever to go forth with the reboot of The Arsenio Hall Show.