The other week, Lil Wayne shocked fans when he put out some brutally honest tweets reflecting on his current state of affairs, mentally and otherwise, the turmoil of which stems from an on-going lawsuit and beef with Birdman and the Cash Money label.
ESPN's director of sports analytics, Ben Alamar, came up with a formula that combined salary and endorsements with social media following and Google search popularity to determine which athlete is the most famous in the world.
To promote their newly-released Collegrove project, Lil Wayne & 2 Chainz made their way by the ESPN studios on Friday afternoon and sat in on the latest episode of Highly Questionable with Dan LeBatard & Bomani Jones.
Fresh off his performance on Jimmy Fallon Monday night where he debuted a new single with 2 Chainz called “Rolls Royce Weather Everyday,” Lil Wayne made his by the ESPN studios Tuesday night and paid a visit on Sportscenter.
ESPN's "First Take" recently got a revamped theme song courtesy of Wale, and now the network's pre-game show "NBA Countdown" has called upon two of hip-hop's elite, DJ Premier and Royce da 5'9", aka PRhyme, to create its opening music.
Wale has guested on ESPN's First Take a few times, and apparently, back in 2012, he was asked to remix the theme music to the sports talk show, which is hosted by Stephen A. Smith, Skip Bayless, and Molly Qerim. Well, it took him a while, but the D.C.
To promote their highly anticipated debut album Yung Rich Nation, which drops this Friday (July 31), Migos decided to make their way by ESPN’s Highly Questionable on Tuesday to conduct a little interview with hosts Dan Le Batard and Bomani Jones.
Big Sean was blessed with the honor of appearing on ESPN's "First Take," this week, where he had the opportunity to spar with TV warriors Skip Bayless and Stephen A. Smith. Skip and Stephen A.
Wiz Khalifa assisted ESPN in their pre-NBA Draft coverage with a medley performance of "Word Hard, Play Hard" and "We Dem Boyz." The show represented the launch of ESPN's "Center Stage" music performance segment. "Sports and music have always had a cool c
If you haven’t noticed, Lil B has been making a ton of noise recently for cursing out some of the NBA’s biggest stars, most recently James Harden for allegedly stealing his infamous “cooking motion” dance.
Jim Jones was the latest rapper to appear on ESPN's Highly Questionable segment. During the video, Jones fields questions about living in the Bronx and having to move to Harlem to live with his grandma (because of all his bad behavior).
A few days back, we reported that Mobb Deep would be remixing their 1995 cut "Survival Of The Fittest" to serve as the intro to ESPN's "NBA Countdown" during the Western Conference Playoffs. Today, it's arrived.