Nipsey Hussle piqued interest (and attracted some buyers) when he announced he was selling copies of his 'Crenshaw' album for $100. Although it was available for free around the web, the West Coast rapper Hussle was still able to make $100,000 in a day from 'Crenshaw' sales. $10,000 of that profit came from Jay Z.
The rollout to Justin Timberlake's new album, 'The 20/20 Experience: 2 of 2,' isn't too different from the first half of the project. There are the two singles ('Take Back the Night' and 'TKO'), the tour to promote the album (this time it's the 20/20 Experience World Tour after the Legends of the Summer Tour with Jay Z), and now, the early album stream.
Meet Adam Lefkoe, a sports anchor who has the pleasure of covering the Louisville Cardinals -- a pretty good college football team. He also appears to like hip-hop and pro wrestling ... a lot. To prove it, he tries to insert references as much as possible in his newscasts.
Nobody ever really wins when it comes to Drake -- the man who rules the fall season and social media conversation with his recently leaked 'Nothing Was the Same.' Writers and critics who focus in on him constantly risk getting scrutinized themselves because of his iconic status. Even if one blogs about the most essential news concerning Drake, that person risks earning the ever dubious title of a "d--- rider." Cover him too little and risk the ire of fans and fellow writers who constantly seek to crown him as mainstream rap's king.
A vast majority of Americans would freak out if they lost anything close to $1 million, but for Diddy, it's a minor inconvenience. He lost that amount to Rick Ross this past weekend, and he seems kind of OK with it.
Drake catches a lot of flack for being an emotional guy. 'Nothing Was the Same' remains the single most anticipated album release of the fall, but the impending release has brought on a parade of memes. Those same memes fail to comment on how Drake really likes to flaunt his stuff ('All Me' anyone?), which is exactly what he does in the latest promo visual for 'Nothing Was the Same.'
Pharrell Williams has assaulted the charts and inspired thousands of words from critics this summer because of songs he's featured on like Daft Punk's 'Get Lucky' and Robin Thicke's 'Blurred Lines.' The attention to his music hasn't meant his personal life has been brought to the forefront though. The big hit producer is soft spoken, but he's letting the public in on his love life in an interview on 'Today.'
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