ASAP Rocky and Kendall Jenner are now turning heads once again after being spotted for NYFW. The two were recently spotted at NOBU for a Sushi date. They now were in New York City Friday at 1 Oak where Kendall was fulfilling a fashion week DJ obligation.
With love all in the air Chrissy Teigen and hubby John Legend get real hot and sexy as they recorded a clip of them lip-syncing with John’s single “Ordinary People.” The couple teamed up with Love magazine for a super lovey dove shoot.
Danielle Bregoli is getting all kinds of attention after her now-viral appearance on Dr. Phil, but her merch game is about to slow up. In what was certainly a smart move, Bregoli immediately released merchandise to capitalize off of her 15 minutes. In what was NOT a smart move, the shirts she dropped with her catchphrase “Cash Me Ousside” featured the same C from Champion sportswear’s logo – and their parent company, Hanes, is NOT with the shits.
Solange Knowles was not here for Beyonce losing “album of the year” to Adele. She sided with Frank Ocean after he took to Tumblr to share his thoughts about the whole thing. These two were not alone as Kendrick Lamar was also displeased with the win.
Last night, Adele took home the album of the year awards at the Grammy’s. She did a moving speech telling the Queen Bey how inspired she was by her. Even made Beyonce shed a few tears. Terrence “Punch” Henderson, co-president of Top Dawg Entertainment, took to Twitter to share that Kendrick Lamar was not too happy with the win.
This is crazy. In a recent video, we see a vehicle being stopped by police in Brazil. Its hard to understand what the police are saying due to them speaking a different language but we do see them working to get the trunk of a car open.
Gucci Mane is not only dropping tons of music of his own, but he’s also putting other artists on as well. Taking to Instagram last night, the Atlanta rapper announced his new imprint 1017Eskimo Records, and revealed that the first signee is fellow ATL rapper, Ralo. Gucci previously signed artists like Waka Flocka, OJ Da Juiceman and more to his previous 1017 Records imprint and saw success, so I’m interested to see where this goes! Congrats to both Gucci and Ralo on the new endeavor!
It’s official! Last month, it was announced that Prince’s catalogue would soon be returning to streaming services, as it was unavailable since 2015. As of today, it is now available to stream on Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon and all other major streaming services.