Ah, the 90’s. Back when Jay-Z and Lauryn Hill left a mark early in their careers and Nirvana, and other grunge acts, were tapping into every teenage kids’ depression. That decade and it’s culture seemed like so long ago but there’s some good news for these fans though. The same program that featured these mentioned artists is coming back to MTV in the same fashion as before.
Sirens sound, black man gets pulled over. We’ve all heard this story before. Some of us have even lived it. But this isn’t your usual routine stop. Not many would expect this act of service, especially coming from a rookie cop.
In the last episode of Kocktails With Khloe, Kanye says that his statement on Wiz Khalifa’s son KK, claiming he “owned” Wiz’s son, was just a joke. Something tells me that wouldn’t have been the case the other way around. Hit the jump.
Digital content is the real money maker these days, so when MTV decided to bring back their popular 90s/00s TV show MTV Cribs, it only made sense to head to Snapchat. MTV has its own channel on the popular social network, as MTV’s parent company, Viacom, struck a multi-million dollar deal with them not too long ago to sell advertising in the U.S. Fans will be able to go inside their favorite celebs’ homes with just the click of a screen starting this June, with Mac Miller, Austin Mahone and Travis Mills tapped as the first celebrity guests.
Love & Hip-Hop will soon be heading to the beaches of Miami. As they gear up to begin filming next month, some of the cast members have been revealed, and they include hip-hop heavyweight and Miami native, Trick Daddy.
Im so done xD. Jimmy Kimmel Live has a hilarious segment called “This Week in Unnecessary Censorship”, where he perfectly places the censorship beep on celebrities while they’re talking/singing. His latest victims range from Kobe Bryant to Donald Trump. It’s a must see, check it out.