Stephen Curry's endless deluge of three-pointers has captured America's heart and thrust him into the spotlight as the new posterboy of the NBA. As it turns out, Curry has been performing in front of cameras since he was a kid.
Future famously grabbed the cover art for his Dirty Sprite 2 off Shutterstock, a move that was duplicated for the What A Time to be Alive cover art too. DS2, though, is more overtly a lean-influenced project, from title to cover art to songs.
Bose has released a cheeky new commercial for their wireless headphones today, enlisting rapper Macklemore and NFL star/Ciara's boo Russell Wilson as their star power. It's pretty funny, although for some reason not available in HD (!).
It looks like Drake isn’t the only artist from the YMCMB camp that’s starring in a Super Bowl ad. Hours after seeing Drizzy’s “Hotline Bling” commercial, his bossman Lil Wayne also pops up in a new ad.
T-Mobile is stepping up their promo game, enlisting Drake and his "Hotline Bling" dance moves for their Super Bowl commercial. You knew a cellphone provider was going to capitalize on this record sooner than later.
Diddy's new TV network, Revolt TV, launches on Monday at 8 PM EST on Time Warner and Comcast, in anticipation of which the hip-hop mogul dropped a commercial featuring Lil Twist, Kylie Jenner, and his sons Christian and Quincy, Machine Gun Kelly and Miguel.
The third instalment in Tyler, The Creator's Mountain Dew commercial series. This time around, his "Felicia the Goat" character finds herself in a police lineup alongside Left Brain, toying with a hysterical elderly woman.
Rihanna continues to grow her relationship with the Puma brand, after coming on board as their creative director last December. We've seen glimpses at her ad campaign with the brand in the past, including most recently a 16-second clip featuring the