Kevin Love just can't win. When things are going bad in Cleveland the attention always seems to shift to the jump-shooting 6'11 forward and even when he's performing well on the floor he's getting clowned by his Cavaliers teammates for the food that he eats.
Getting free food for punching people in the face is the hottest thing going in Major League Baseball right now.
First, Texas Rangers' Rougned Odor received free BBQ for life for punching Toronto's Jose Bautista in the jaw.
Few other rappers have command of similes and metaphors like Pusha T. His ability to describe the same thing (selling drugs) in endless ways is one of the many reasons he’s among the best emcees doing it right now.
From his endlessly quotable music to his iconic Twitter presence to his brash personality, Vince Staples has proven himself to be a master at the arts of speech and writing. In all seriousness, he could be a motivational speaker, comedian, and...
We knew Young Thug was something of an oddball. A new in-depth profile in GQ elucidates Thug's various eccentricities, and it appears that he is even weirder than we thought. Here are few standout details:
“All I believe in is food and myself”
“Fuck, That’s Delicious” is a perfect conglomeration of everything that defines Action Bronson-- food, hip-hop, and his true affinity for giving zero fucks.
Rap has an long-running obsession with food. Even "Rapper's Delight' couldn't resist speaking about grub, and when Wonder Mike dropped these words on the eighth verse of the pinnacle track, it opened up a lane that hasn't shut down since...
The holidaze are finally here, and instead of waking up and giddily running to the tree like we did on Christmas morning, we lethargically roll over and smoke trees, and go down the lazy river that is 4/20.
Hip-hop has always had its fair share of food-related lyrics-- with Outkast repping for fish and grits, Lil Wayne comparing himself to lasagna and MF DOOM releasing an entire food-inspired album-- but it's not often that a rap lyrics sheet resembles the men
T.I., ever the business man, is looking to start a new venture this year. The rapper and Atlanta native will be keeping his talents in the south as he plans to open up an upscale restaurant in downtown ATL.
Kelis has been low-key these days, but she's still been putting in work and promoting her new album FOOD. When she was out at SXSW earlier this year, she did the only thing that makes sense and used an actual food truck to help get the word out about FOOD.
Rising Atlanta, Georgia artist Rich Homie Quan has shown his charitable side this month. In a new interview with Complex, the ATLien revealed that he's bee helping collect food supplies in his native Atlanta.