Beyoncé and Jay Z are shutting the divorce rumors all the way down. Following their appearance at the MTV VMAs, the Carters cozied up on Day 2 of the Budweiser Made in America Festival in L.A. on Sunday. In between sets from Rita Ora, Chance the Rapper, and Cypress Hill, the Roc Nation mogul was spotted on the grounds at L.A. Park.
Kid Cudi scared his fans during his set at Chicago’s North Coast Music Festival on Saturday. The Cleveland rapper was signing an autograph in the front row when he suddenly passed out. He fell back and hit the floor, but luckily security was there to pick him up and carry him backstage.
Aidonia is making his European fans know that he will not be performing at an upcoming concert in Amsterdam.
Reggae Dancehall Xtraordinaires, RDX, is still one of the few Dancehall artistes or groups from Jamaica that consistently represent Dancehall music overseas.
Twenty years after the release of his groundbreaking debut Illmatic, Nas takes a walk down memory lane in his documentary Nas: Time Is Illmatic.
Rihanna has blessed us with some footage of herself getting down to Bobby Shmurda’s “Hot Nigga.” Fresh off “The Monster Tour” with Eminem, a bikini-clad RiRi filmed herself and her BFFs Melissa Forde and LeLe Boo smoking and dancing to the Brooklyn rapper’s hit while on a yacht.
Snoop Dogg is pretty fly…for a white guy. For his latest incarnation, the rapper has transformed into a white man named Todd. Snoop, whose past alter egos have included Snoop Lion and Snoopzilla, debuted his whiteface on Instagram, donning a blond wig, glasses, and face makeup.
In honor of his first No. 1 album, Wiz Khalifa received a special gift from his wife Amber Rose. The voluptuous Mrs. Khalifa posted an Instagram video of herself twerking to her hubby’s song “Ass Drop.” While wearing blue lingerie, she made it wiggle in front of a portrait of Wiz.
Rico Love cashes in with Future in the video for his hustlers’ anthem “He Got Money” off his mixtape I Sin. The Division1 hitmaker stunts alongside Future while surrounded by women in the Parris Stewart-directed clip.
Lupe Fiasco enlists fellow Chicagoans Jennifer Hudson and Common for “Remission,” the remix to his powerful anthem “Mission,” which was created to empower those facing cancer, celebrate survivors, and remember those lost to cancer-related illnesses.