1738‘s Monty may very well be the Quentin Miller to Fetty Wap‘s Drake, but that’s not stopping him from releasing new music…
Nicki Minaj is featured on the cover of New York Times Magazine’s Culture Issue, because she is after all a New York win. And during her cover interview, all was seemingly going well until things suddenly weren’t.
It’s really real. Rick Ross is getting married before me, and now I’ve seen everything.
Kendrick Lamar took to Paper Magazine‘s latest Nowstalgia Issue to pay tribute to a lost leader of the game, Eazy E…
Although Rihanna may already be on the cover of FADER‘s 100th issue, and declined to give them an interview, that didn’t stop her from speaking openly and candidly with Vanity Fair for their November issue.
Well, I definitely didn’t see this coming. Diddy aka Puff Daddy, and his label Bad Boy Entertainment (Bad Boy Records), have officially inked a two album deal with Epic Records.
Drake closed out the 2015 edition of Austin City Lights, and it was no surprise that he brought out his What A Time To Be Alive collaborator, Future, to give it a proper send off.
When Drake made an appearance on Beyonce self-titled visual album, a snippet of this record “Can I” first made it’s appearance online, but now we have the extended version.