The sneak peek of Eminem's 'Rap God' video showed fans he was going the pop culture route -- although this one may feel a bit more esoteric if the viewer isn't up on the '90s references. The rapper stars as sci-fi host Max Headroom, but that's not the only role that's prevalent in the visual, which premiered today.
Part of post-'Encore' Eminem's charm is how outdated his pop culture references are. There's probably no rappers -- or musicians from any genre --who could namedrop Kevin Federline on the hook of a Billboard Top 10 song like Eminem does on 'Berzerk.'
Eminem's childhood home on 19946 Dresden St., in Detroit, has been destroyed. The property featured on the cover of his famous 2000 album 'The Marshall Mathers LP' in addition to 'TMMLP2,' was damaged by fire Thursday evening (Nov. 7).
Revolt TV, Diddy's music-oriented cable channel, launched this week. It features a wide variety of music, a few interviews and congratulatory appearances from a selection of artists. But does it feature Diddy twerking? Sadly, that's been a no after four days on air.
Timbaland has had a great year so far with production credits on Justin Timberlake's 'The 20/20 Experience' and Jay Z's 'Magna Carta Holy Grail.' However the same can't be said for his married life as his wife is divorcing him.
Jennifer Hudson plays a drug-addicted mother in 'The Inevitable Defeat of Mister & Pete,' out today (Oct. 11) in select theaters. This means it's time to promote, and the songstress' attempt to do so last night (Oct. 10) on 'Chelsea Lately' went haywire because of a wardrobe malfunction.
A lot of people didn't know just exactly what Paris Hilton's purpose was when she signed to Cash Money Records earlier this year. Her only notable contribution was her appearance in Rich Gang's 'Tapout' video. Even Limp Bizkit got a feature on the 'Rich Gang' album while Hilton's vocals were left out. It wasn't looking too good for the hotel empire heiress. Until now.
Drake's hit, 'Hold On We're Going Home,' has been said to carry that airy, '80s R&B vibe. The rapper does take it back to the '80s in the video -- 1985 Miami to be exact -- but it doesn't exactly feature a love-on-Miami-Beach-type scenario. Have you ever pictured Drake with a machine gun?
Today (Sept. 24) brings some good news for a select group of people. If you're one of the Drake fans who've been waiting eight days to legally listen to 'Nothing Was the Same' but aren't ready to pay for the album quite yet, you're in luck. Spotify has the effort available for streaming. The stream excludes 'The Motto,' the album's Best Buy bonus track.
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