The New York Times is reporting that Santa Monica tech company, Whalerock Industries, is working on creating internet TV channels for a bunch of celebrities and artists, including Howard Stern, Kardashian sisters, and of course, Tyler The Creator.
On February 8th, Skateboard P will meet one of the most iconic skaters of all-time: Bart Simpson. That's right, Pharrell will see an animated version of himself appear on an episode of "The Simpsons" next month, marking a big career milestone for any musician.
Next year, the beloved host of Comedy Central's "The Colbert Report," Stephen Colbert, will be leaving his job to take over for David Letterman on "The Late Show." Before he concludes his current program on December 18th, he'll host several incredible guests next week, including Kendrick Lamar on the 16th (Tuesday).&nb
As a musician, Kid Cudi's been called a lot of things, but "pop genius" might not be one of them. As an actor, that's a different story entirely, as he's just been tapped to appear as a "brilliant musical prodigy" in the CBS show "Scorpion."
A couple of days ago, rapper and "Love & Hip Hop Hollywood" star Yung Berg was arrested after allegedly beating and choking his girlfriend -- the charge was "obstruction of breathing." Now, the incident has led to him being fired from his TV gig.
Love him or hate him, we all know that Kanye West is always an entertaining character. Whatever the situation, when he is on TV, you need to be tuning because he will most likely to be the talk of hip-hop (as well as non-hip-hop) sites the next day. We can always trust Kanye to be honest, and say it like it is.
What's this, a reissue of Nellyville? Unfortunately no, there's no news of a reissue of or sequel to Nelly's 2002 album (the 14th best selling rap release of all time), but it is the name of an upcoming reality series that the St. Louis MC will be starring in.
Mass Appeal, who've seen a resurgence over the past two years, and they've even started their own imprint with help from Nas, have revealed the cover for their new issue. They've tapped Tyler, The Creator and actor/comedian Eric André to fuck shit up on the magazine cover. What else would they do?
In the past, "Law & Order: SVU" hasn't been shy about incorporating real life news stories into its fictitious plots, adapting the Chris Brown/Rihanna saga into an episode last year, and it seems like this season will be no different.
Bow Wow (who's recently insisted on using his real name, Shad Moss) has been acting almost as long as he's been rapping, with career-making roles in "Like Mike" and "Roll Bounce" already under his belt at this point.
50 Cent is getting back into the music biz, but he hasn't put any of his other ventures on hold in the process. Last year, we heard word that Fif's book on bullying, "Playground" had been picked up by Fox as an animated series.
As Diddy continues the expansion of his Bad Boy empire, he's been venturing into all forms of media, including television. He announced last year the start of his own TV network, Revolt, and today news comes in that the network has finalized a national carriage agreement with Time Warner Cable.
50 Cent has had a lot of success in his career, though both music and various business ventures. The Queens rapper has made quite a name for himself, but has also managed to put other rappers on in the process.
Diddy's wealth just never stops coming in. He seems to always be starting a new venture, whether it's music-related or not, his latest one comes in the form of a new role on the popular T.V. show "Downton Abbey."