Obama Takes White House Correspondents’ Dinner Stage To DJ Khaled's "All I Do Is Win," Addresses Jay-Z Apr 28, 2013 at 10:08am
As reported by HipHop-N-More, President Barack Obama took the stage at the annual White House Correspondent's Dinner last night to DJ Khaled's "All I Do Is Win." Before beginning his speech, he grooved to the music and said: "How do you like my new entrance m
Check out some footage of Compton rapper and tattoo lover, Game, getting Barack Obama's face tatted on his chest. Now we know it's real.Can you dig it? Did y'all catch Game's latest visual for Game "Confessions: Talks On Music Industry" Video?
When Kanye West gave a lecture at Oxford University on March 2nd, he said his voice gives him access to the most powerful people in the world, including multibillionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk and President Barack Obama.
In a recent interview, Game revealed his philosophy behind paying tribute to others, saying, "From the beginning of my career to the end, it's always gonna be an homage to somebody." The Compton rapper pays homage not only through his music, but also the image
Just how great of a diss track was Drake's "Back to Back"? Well, it's just been remixed by President Obama to diss the GOP's top clown, Donald Trump.
Chris Brown is his own worst enemy. The dude seems to constantly have his foot in his mouth.
Yesterday (Oct. 10), Kanye West performed at a fundraiser for the Democratic National Committee in San Francisco. He was introduced by Barack Obama, who cracked a few jokes at the 2020 "peezy" candidate's expense.
Wale appeared at the White House yesterday to speak on a panel for Michelle's Obama Beating The Odds summit, which aims to help teenagers make the transition from high school to college.
Barack Obama's love for basketball is a subject that comes up fairly regularly as the President loves to play hoops, and doesn't even mind if he catches an errant elbow, or is off on a day and throws up some bricks in front of onlookers, he just likes to ball.
Since premiering in January, The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore has been angling to develop a young, hip-hop savvy audience by inviting such rappers as The Game, Joey Bada$$, Mac Miller, and Big KRIT to discuss political issues.
One of the main storylines going into this season is the return of Derrick Rose, as fans had waited nearly a year and a half from the time he injured his ACL and he played real meaningful NBA minutes.
Game Gets Tattoo Of Barack Obama's Face [Update: Game Plans Malcolm X & Muhammad Ali Tattoos] Mar 15, 2013 at 07:55pm
Game may soon be running out of flesh real estate if he continues getting tattooed at his current rate. He also seems to be paying homage to just about everybody in tattoo-form as of late.
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