With Super Bowl 50 pitted as a matchup between dabbin', swaggin' Cam Newton and Papa John's franchise-havin' Peyton Manning, it was no surprise that the majority of the hip hop community threw its weight behind the Carolina Panthers.
The Super Bowl is the one event where the commercials demand as much attention as the main programming, and as a result, a Grammys ad got a whole lot of attention tonight -- though for the wrong reasons.The commercial hasn't made its way online just yet, but a
Beyoncé will be performing at the Super Bowl half time show tonight, and since dropping the internet-breaking "Formation" video yesterday, she's made sure everyone remembers to tune in.On top of the new track, Yoncé has also curated a playlist fo
Future had Twitter in a Frenzy when he dropped his new project, EVOL, Saturday night, and now he's debuted another surprise for fans -- a Super Bowl commercial featuring some music from his new effort.
Earlier this week, it was reported that a bunch of essential musical equipment -- as well as luggage and laptops -- were stolen from a van associated with Snoop Dogg's stage show in San Fransisco.
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.
It's Super Bowl week in the Bay Area. Despite the enormous amount of weed , things are not going well for Snoop Dogg. According to TMZ, a thief broke into Snoop's SUV Monday night and stole "a bunch of laptops, luggage, and concert gear."
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.
Super Bowl 50 is right around the corner, on February 7, and 8 days after that, it's the Grammys -- both to be shown on CBS. The network has now released a joint ad starring Rihanna and Stephen Colbert to get the public ready for both spectacles.
Lil Wayne is a well-known sports fanatic, regularly tweeting about the Green Bay Packers and Skylar Diggins, and frequently attending such high-profile sporting events as Mayweather vs. Pacquiao & the Super Bowl.
In the past, we've seen a few cases of Diddy going "0-100" on others. Most recently, he got into a scuffle with Drake over the beat of that very same song, and now, someone else is accusing him of flying off the handle.
With his team having won four Super Bowl titles in the last 15 years, New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft must have been feeling like a boss last night when his team vanquished the Seahawks in Phoenix, Arizona.