Rap star Kendrick Lamar kept it "Humble" as he gave his little sister a Toyota Camry for her high school graduation.
Alicia Keys penned her first song at 14 and won her first Grammy at 21. Now her 5-year old son, Egypt Dean, is already making his foray into the musical world. Keys's husband, hip-hop artist and producer Swizz Beatz, recently shared a video of Egypt dropping his first single, “Super-boy,” which the youngster wrote and produced himself.
On Hard Knocks, with the Rams in L.A. again, Kendrick Lamar and ScHoolboy Q, who are both from the area, stopped by practice to welcome the team back.
“It’s the biggest thing. It’s really not about how famous I get, it’s really about me utilizing my platform and giving it back to these kids because that’s what I wanted as a kid,” Lamar said.
The first week of Stephen Colbert’s Late Show has filled out its guest list. We knew George Clooney and Jeb Bush would be the opening-night guests. (Hopefully, that duo will play beer pong while doing Stupid Human Tricks.) Now it’s been announced that the Sept. 9 show will feature Scarlett Johansson; Elon Musk, chief executive of Tesla Motors and SpaceX; and Kendrick Lamar (who, close observers will note, had previously been slotted into opening night).
Whether or not Taylor Swift’s video for “Bad Blood” is a dig at Katy Perry, it is as star-studded as it is action-packed, and it premiered to open the 2015 Billboard Music Awards on Sunday.