It was a West Coast takeover on episode ten of AXS TV’s SKEE LIVE as Los Angeles natives Dom Kennedy and Nipsey Hussle sat down for an interview and exclusive televised performance. Take a look at some behind-the-scenes photos of the artists preparing for their respective sets during sound check and up to when cameras started rolling.
Saturday was a special evening as the BET Hip-Hop Awards took place in Atlanta. However, the bigger news came about following the night’s festivities as super producer Mike WiLL Made It, T.I., Pharrell and Usher posed for a classic picture and revealed they were all in the studio working together. No word yet on what this collaborative effort is going to offer fans just yet but it’s definitely great to see so much talent in one creative environment.
Bone Thug-n-Harmony stole the show on episode nine of AXS TV’s new breakout music show SKEE LIVE. Take a look at some exclusive photos of the legendary Cleveland bred group as they took the stage at L.A. Live’s The Conga Room to perform soundcheck alongside Taylor Gang signee Ty Dolla $ign. Photo Credit: Luis Carrion.
Looking real dapper in a dark tailored suit and tie, MMG artist Wale takes the cover of Rolling Out magazine for the second time. Also, take a look below at some exclusive behind-the-scenes footage on the set of Wale’s photo shoot for the magazine courtesy of Rolling Out TV. Wale’s latest offering with The Gifted LP is now available in stores.
Oprah recently took to her twitter over the weekend and shared a photo of herself partying the night away with Diddy and Kanye West at Jimmy Iovine’s house. The music producer and American Idol mentor hosted the exclusive birthday celebration in honor of his girlfriend Liberty Ross. Other guests that were in attendance included Mick Jagger, Kim Kardashian, Dr. Dre, Brian Grazer, Gayle King and R. Kelly who decided to put on a live performance.
Female Hip Hop artist Iggy Azalea covers Complex’s latest edition for October/November. CLICK HERE to read Azalea’s candid interview with Complex and below you can read an excerpt.
In a country where “speaking black” has been a hindrance in almost every profession but rap, do you see how a white person making money in rap by adopting this accent could ruffle feathers?
If you’re mad about it and you’re a black person then start a rap career and give it a go, too. I’m not taking anyone’s spot, so make yourself a mixtape. Or maybe if you’re black, start singing like a country singer and be a white person. I don’t know. Why is it such a big deal? This is the entertainment industry. It’s not politics. You should be more concerned about the message, not the voices saying it.
Take a look at some exclusive photos taken at L.A. Live’s Conga Room and behind-the-scenes on set at AXS TV for DJ Skee’s SKEE Live show. In episode seven, viewers were treated to two candid interviews from rapper Pusha T and Taylor Gang artist and Hip Hop veteran Juicy J. Photo credit: Luis Carrion.