Fans finally got a chance to see how Kanye West and Kim Kardashian‘s relationship evolved on a recent episode of ‘Keeping Up with the Kardashians.’ Apparently, one of the things the couple have in common is their love for cars.
Hip-hop/pop dignitaries Kanye West, Nicki Minaj, Bruno Mars, Questlove and will.i.am and will invade the small town of Stoolbend, Va., next fall on ‘The Cleveland Show.’ The group will appear on an episode titled ‘Menace II Secret Society,’ in which the five celebrities are supposedly part of the secretive “rap illuminati.”
R&B singers Drake and Chris Brown are not the only ones who admire Rihanna. Rapper Flo Rida is also infatuated with the Barbadian singer and has recorded a tune dedicated to her called . . . ‘Rihanna (That’s My Attitude).’
While everyone was celebrating Independence Day (July 4), Nicki Minaj was in her homeland of Trinidad celebrating with the locals on her video shoot for ‘Pound the Alarm.’ As requested by her Barbz in an online voting poll, the Young Money rapstress is going ahead with the dance-pop single, much to the chagrin of Peter Rosenberg, we suspect.
It’s been three years since we heard any new material from Alicia Keys. Since her hiatus, the R&B songbird became a new mom to three-year-old Egypt and is enjoying the married life with hubby Swizz Beatz. Now she’s ready to make her return to music.
Snoop Dogg‘s son, Cordell Broadus, is one of the top dogs in high-school football, and if everything goes to plan he could be headed to a top university after he graduates in 2015. Although he just finished his freshman year at Diamond Bar High School, Broadus has received a scholarship offer to play football at UCLA.
NBA star Tony Parker has filed a lawsuit against New York club W.i.P. and its owners for $20 million after suffering a scratched retina during a brawl last week allegedly involving Chris Brown and Drake. It’s the first official lawsuit — of soon-to-be many — that has been filed regarding the violent champagne bottle-throwing fight that has injured several people.
Chris Brown has the rap forums abuzz over remarks he made about hip-hop in an interview with Fuse TV (spotted at Complex). The R&B crooner believes that hip-hop is dying off as a brand (or genre) because of its lack of marketability and profitability.
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