Yo Gotti stopped by 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' to promote his new album The Art of Hustle with a performance of "Down in the DM," his biggest hit ever. You peeped that Nicki Minaj remix yet?
It’s that time of the year again. After the airing of Monday night’s Grammy’s, Jimmy Kimmel’s third annual “mean tweets” segment was aired, this time again featuring Drake, Wiz Khalifa, Rita ORa, Common, and more.
Jimmy Kimmel was been on the receiving end of some of Kanye West’s angry tweets, so it’s only fitting the late night talk show host would do a masterful job of summing up Wednesday’s Twitter fuckery between Mr.
Last night, DJ Khaled was the musical guest on Jimmy Kimmel, and he brought Future along for a mash-up of his hits. Although Khaled's last album, I Changed A Lot, was pretty lacklustre, the Miami native has found new avenues for success: Snapchat.
With Rick Ross fresh off the release of his eighth studio album Black Market and Chris Brown's Royalty just around the corner, the two of them teamed up last night for a live performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
Snoop Dogg was the special guest on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night, where he talked about what it’s like to do Christmas shopping as a celebrity, his secret life as a painter, and his new marijuana website, Merryjane.com.
2015 MVP candidate Future performed on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night, rocking the crowd with a pair of DS2 hits in “Blow a Bag” and “Where Ya At.” He was backed by a full live band, complete with guitar, drums, & keys,
Jimmy Kimmel Live is broadcasting from Brooklyn Academy of Music this week, and last night's program featured a rather distinguished guest, Brooklyn's favorite son Jay Z. A proud moment for Brooklyn to say the least.
A$AP Rocky rocked the house on Jimmy Kimmel Live this week, entertaining the crowd with a rendition of At.Long.Last.A$AP standout "Canal St." Rocky held it down but the live band made a huge difference, as did rapper Bones, who as one YouTube commentre no
A "new" Dr. Seuss book is hitting shelves, although it's not exactly new, it was believed to be written between 1950 - 1960, but was only just discovered. Jimmy Kimmel wanted to liven up the rhymes from Dr.