According to Page Six, Michelle Obama had a "top secret bash" planned for President Obama's 55th birthday, but the news and guest list have made their way out to the public.The party, which is said to be going down this Friday, will host the likes of Jay Z, Be
Amidst all of the tragedy and chaos last night in Dallas, an ignorant, former Congressman, Joe Walsh, warned President Obama and "black lives matter punks" to watch out because "Real America" was coming for them.
Macklemore visited the White House to film a conversation with President Barack Obama that will be included in an upcoming MTV documentary on opioid addiction. Macklemore, who has struggled with addiction in the past, will serve as the documentary's host.
Rick Ross attended the White House last Friday to discuss criminal justice reform and keep the youth of America "on the right track" as a part of President Barack Obama's "My Brother's Keeper" initiative.
Obama's love for hip-hop is now well-established. The President cited Kendrick Lamar's "How Much a Dollar Cost" as his favorite song of 2015, and he even invited the Compton rapper to meet with him in the Oval Office.
President Barack Obama is slated to attend a Democratic National Convention fundraiser in Austin next month. Entertainment for the evening will be provided by none other than the pride of Fayetteville, J. Cole.
After delivering his eighth and final State of the Union address earlier this week, President Obama sat down with Adande Thorne (better known by his YouTube alias Swoozie) to answer a multitude of questions posed via the hashtag #YouTubeAsksObama.
As you might have seen, Wale made headlines when he became the first rapper to open up the President's State of the Union Address on Tuesday night. The rapper performed "Chillin" and "LoveHate Thing" before President Obama took the reigns.
The Obamas have shared several playlists "due to popular demand" since Barack assumed the presidency. Just in time for Christmas, they share their lated curatorial masterpiece "Holidays with the Obamas."
President Obama recently made headlines when he announced that his favorite song from the year was Kendrick Lamar's "How Much A Dollar Cost?" If there's one year-end list you want to be on, it's the President's.
Kendrick Lamar appears to be making it onto everyone and their mama's year-end lists. To Pimp A Butterfly is reigning supreme atop most album year-end lists thus far, not to mention, it's a candidate for the Grammys (and a very likely winner).
Both President Obama and Kanye West guested at a fundraiser for the Democratic National Committee today in San Francisco. It had been reported that West would use the occasion to perform songs from his upcoming album, SWISH.