ScHoolboy Q was all the way live last night in Los Angeles as the TDE rapper continues the heavy promotion for his recently released LP, “Oxymoron.” Decked out in his signature bucket cap and shades, Q turned the energy up for viewers at home with a performance of his latest single, “Man Of The Year.”
Kendrick Lamar steps into the spotlight as a nominee for the GRAMMY’s Best New Artist. Take a look as the Compton native sits down and shares a few words for the camera on the struggle to make it to the top of the rap food chain. Lamar shares what his busy lifestyle is like and what it takes as an artist to remain creative and deliver quality material despite the lack of hours in a day.
Mariah Carey recently paid Angie Martinez a visit at HOT 97 in New York for an exclusive one-on-one interview. In the clip shown, Carey is questioned about her time as a judge on the popular television show, American Idol, and explains to Martinez that the experience for her was like working in hell with satan. It’s no secret the R&B diva bumped head numerous times with Nicki Minaj who also served also served as a judge on the show, however, Carey was careful not to reveal who she exactly was comparing to be Satan-like. Another interesting point the songstress decided touch on was that she loved many of the contestants but was disappointed when certain acts wouldn’t progress in the competition due to politics rather than talent.
Here’s a short new promo clip courtesy of NBC which features Eminem and Kerry Washington. Eminem will serve as the sketch comedy shows musical guest this Saturday while Washington will do the honors of hosting the latest episode. Watch as Marshall decides to keep a straight face, refrain from really moving at all and does little to engage the camera. Meanwhile, Washington showcases her bubbly and outgoing attitude as she playfully announces plans for her and Eminem to grab some cupcakes following the show’s taping.
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.
Check out the short clip below of Lil Wayne from Madonna’s “Revolver” which is currently showcased on her MDMA tour dates across the jumbotron. Weezy also stopped by Katie Couric’s daytime talk show yesterday and opened up about his addiction to pills and lean. The Cash Money artist also addresses his health issues with seizures and says he did some digging into his family tree and found out he has family who’ve suffered from them apparently in the past.
Lil Wayne Interview with Katie Couric:
Backed by the band the Roots and legendary singer Charlie Wilson on the vocals, Kanye West decides to make a surprise guest on Jimmy Fallon’s Late Night Show. However, the bigger news from the performance came about when Kanye decided to finally address Ray J’s “I Hit It First” diss with a jab of his own during his live set. The G.O.O.D. Music rapper kicked his verse off by rapping, “Brandy little sister lame and he know it now…” much to the surprise of audience members and those watching at home. Take a look at the performance footage below to see Ye vibe out with his latest single off his controversial Yeezus LP.
Kanye West’s interview with head of the Kardashian empire, Kris Jenner, aired today for her talk show’s season finale. However, besides all the talk around his relationship with Kim Kardashian, the first time they met, issues with the paparazzi, his public image, fatherhood and living at the Kardashian household, Ye decides to reveal the first photo of North West. If you missed the show check out the special moment below.
Karen Civil sits down with Big Sean for a one-on-one interview. Seans talks his sophomore album Hall of Fame, what fans can expect to hear and stresses he addressed more issues that he feels young listeners should be aware of. The Detroit native all speaks on the city’s bankruptcy and talks about his past efforts to give back to his hometown. Big Sean also speaks on meeting Eminem in Detroit at his studio, Kendrick Lamar’s “Control” verse and its positive effect on Hip Hop, the creative direction behind his “Sorry” verse and the evolution of G.O.O.D. Music.