Rappers don’t get tired of taking their beef to social media. Kevin Gates apparently had some words for Young Thug to which Thugger responded to and urged the New Orleans rapper to “pull up” and accept the fade. No word on what this is stemming from but let’s hope no one gets hurt. Gates removed…
Iggy Azalea (@iggyazalea @ritaora) and Rita Ora’s sisterhood continues to flourish as the sexy tandem made an appearance on The Ellen Show to perform. Of course they did a live rendition of the increasingly popular single “Black Widow” from Iggy’s debut album “The New Classic”. Watch below.
Ellen (@TheEllenShow @NickiMinaj) shows her appreciation for Nicki Minaj’s assets and the viral video “Anaconda”. Check out the spoof version below.
LL Cool J (@llcoolj @mavado_gully) hits the streets with Mavado to shoot a visual aid to “The Hustler”, directed by Benny Boom. Watch below.
Charli XCX (@charli_xcx @samsmithworld) is the latest to to sing a rendition of Sam Smith’s ever so popular single “Stay With Me”. Watch the “Boom Clap” singer perform a cover at Bing’s Lounge. Watch below.
Wale (@Wale) has been quietly readying his fourth studio album “The Album About Nothing”, picking up where his critically acclaimed “The Mixtape About Nothing”. Jerry Seinfeld has been visibly active in the process for this body of work and watching this trailer only adds more excitement for what’s to come. Watch below.
Elle Varner (@ellevarner @asapferg) teeters between the VIP section and the couch at home for the ASAP Ferg assisted single “Don’t Wanna Dance”. Watch below.
Jhené Aiko (@JheneAiko @cthagod) visited The Breakfast Club to speak on her new album Souled Out. Things started off with a humorous discussion about her hygiene and being a mom. Jhené also touches on the relationship with Mila J (they’re sisters, if you didn’t know) and Drake. Watch below.
Alicia Keys (@AliciaKeys) delivers a visual aid to accompany this powerful and deeply rooted tune “We Are Here”, which she shared a preview for a few days ago. The day I wrote this song, I was sitting in a circle of people of all ages and we were asked, “Why are you here.” Why am…
J. Cole took stage for University of Illinois 2014 Spark In The Park concert and decided to invite Chance The Rapper out on stage. That wasn’t the only surprise, the two emcees performed a live rendition of “Thotty” which Chance debuted on the radio at Tony Touch a few months ago. Watch the footage below.