Rapper and impresario Sean “Diddy” Combs announced Saturday that he’s changed his name ― again ― to “Love, aka Brother Love.”
Nicole Richie has come a long way from the seemingly dimwitted girl everyone remembers from "The Simple Life" (which, if you want to feel old, debuted in 2003).
Hip-hop was so strong this year, so bursting with vital information and ideas and emotions, that it singlehandedly gave another genre a comeback — rappers’ newfound affinity for jazz got people listening to Kendrick Lamar-approved saxophonist Kamasi Washington and Chance the Rapper’s main man Donnie Trumpet after the music America was built on reached its all-time sales nadir.
‘Life After Death Star’ Pairs Biggie with Darth Trying to mash-up the Star Wars themes with hip-hop might sound impossible, but as Yoda once said: “do or do not, there is no try.” Thankfully, musical...
Azealia Banks continues her reign as one of the most controversial celebs on Twitter. This time, she posted a video debuting her “new tiddies on the block,” as she tweeted. Azealia Banks Brushes Off Critics After Video Of Her Yelling Homophobic Slur Goes Viral The video features Banks showing off her chest while enthusiastically yelling “guess who got new tiddies, y'all!” Watch the video below: NEW TIDDIES ON THE BLOCK pic.twitter.com/F6ajSP5nHC— AZEALIABANKS (@AZEALIABANKS) September 25, 2015 The “212” singer was in headlines earlier this week for a disagreement-gone-viral with a Delta Airlines employee
It seems like forever since R&B music had a fresh, young singer who made songs about having a crush. So 18-year-old Anthony Lewis’s emergence is right on time. Yahoo Music goes behind-the-scenes of his new music video for “It’s Not My Fault ,” in this exclusive clip.
Arizona's departing state superintendent of public education, John Huppenthal, spent his last day of work targeting the Tucson Unified School District for violating the state's ban on ethnic studies, according to the Arizona Daily Star. In particular, the "notice of noncompliance" he sent the district's superintendent, Dr. H.T. Sanchez, on January 2nd highlighted two music-related violations: the use of the Rage Against the Machine 1992 song "Take the Power Back" in Mexican-American history and an introduction to hip-hop written by KRS-One in an English class taught from an African-American perspective.