Another highlight from GRAMMY night, was the the trailer to Straight Outta Compton’s film being debuted. This comes on the heels of the controversy surrounding Suge Knight killing a man and injuring another during a hit and run on set of from a scene. F. Gary Gray is at the helm as director of the…Details
Beyoncé didn’t win an award for album of the year but that didn’t stop her from taking stage to perform at the 57th GRAMMMY’s. Mrs. Knowles-Carter sang a beautiful gospel tune “Take My Hand, Precious Lord” for those in attendance. Watch below.
Kanye West performed twice at this years GRAMMY Awards but his stand out moment on stage wasn’t during a song. Yeezy had the world on the edge of their seats when he approached the stage and quickly took a step back down, leading everyone to believe he was pulling a joke. Speaking with E! afterward,…Details
Kid Ink (@Kid_Ink @MachineGunKelly) sophomore album didn’t quite live up to the success of his debut project but nonetheless a solid bundle of records. That includes this bonus song “Show Must Go On”, assisted by Machine Gun Kelly and Math Allen. Listen below.
Drake has partnered up with King Of The Dot for their Blackout 5 PPV Event. On the card to battle are the likes of Pat Stay, Charron, Big T, Hitman Holla, Arsonal and others. Drizzy showed up to speak at the press conference to get the proceedings proceeding. Watch below.
As the day draws closer for the release of Fast & Furious 7, here’s yet another trailer. This one features three minutes of additional footage and captures Jason Statham as the brother of the villain from Fast And Furious 6 looking to avenge his kin. Watch below.
After rocking House of Blues on stage with Big Sean, the legend of Yeezus continued outside in the parking lot. An aspiring rapper by the name of Cameron Grey caught up to Kanye and pleaded to have a chance at rapping for him, to which he obliged. Yeezy allowed him to freestyle and spit a…Details
Sam Smith (@samsmithworld) pushed out an official video for “Lay Me Down”, another deeply layered track from his highly successful debut album “In The Lonely Hour”. This takes place in a church to hone in on Sam Smith’s hope for gay marriage to be legalized around the world, which he even personalized with a message…Details