Who knew… Future featuring Kanye West “I Won!” Future’s next studio album Honest hits stores on April 22nd.
Cam’Ron and JuJu are cape stuntin! hHere’s the video for Cam’s version of Soulja Boy’s “We Made It.”
Jay Z’s recent wearing of the Universal Flag (of the Nation of Gods and Earths, also known as the Five Percenters) restarts the controversy on whether he’s a Five Percenters or not.
The medallion represents Knowledge of Self (as defined by the Nation of Gods and Earths, the 5 percent), which is clearly defined in the book Knowledge Of Self – A Collection Of Wisdom On Science Of Everything In Life.
Jay-Z wore the 5% Nation Medallion at the Barclay’s Center last week. When asked by a reporter whether the medallion is meaningful to him, Jay-Z shrugged and said ‘A little bit’. This isn’t the first time that the rapper has been connected to the Five-Percenters. He was photographed wearing another similar medallion while giving radio interviews for his album Magna Carta Holy Grail last summer. And in ‘Heaven’ a track on that album, Jay-Z references the Five-Percenters acronym for Allah by rapping ‘Arm leg leg arm head’.
It’s tough to understand why Jay Z is wearing the 5% Nation Medallion if he isn’t a true Five Percenter…
Check out the video after the jump.
Listen to Future’s words of wisdom on the opening of his “Honest Webisode 1″ vlog. Future reflects on how hard it takes to win and his journey.
Do you have what it takes to win?
Justin Bieber posted the following photo with this caption:
Uncle Stunna luv. My first Bugatti #generosity
The gifted Buggati has a sticker price of over a million dollars.
Page 31 sat down with Love and Hip Hop New York star Tahiry Jose just days after she released her latest calendar, Intimacy 2014.
Tahiry reveals her crush on rapper A$AP Rocky, Brooklyn Nets point guard Deron Williams, actors Idris Elba and Omari Hardwick!
Check out the interview below.
LeBron James wears a “Pharrell Hat” after loss during his post-game interview.
When asked about the hat, LeBron responded, “I’m happy,” quoting the lyrics of Williams’ popular song.