It’s apparent that Nas‘s album is definitely on the way, even if you haven’t heard the song on Khaled’s album. The legendary emcee is being seen more than we’ve seen him in years. For his most recent appearance, he stopped by The Jimmy Kimmel show to discuss his business ventures, his first celebrity interaction and . . .
I always say that there is nothing like a live show and Future‘s ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’ performance proves that yet again. He performed “Blow A Bag” and the Drake collaboration “Where Ya At” alongside 1500 Or Nothin’ in front an energetic crowd that rocked out to every last word. Fully decked out in new gear compliments . . .
Travis Scott was the latest musical guest on Jimmy Kimmel’s show Tuesday night. He, Mike Dean, and Chase B went the non-traditional route and packed an outside venue as opposed to the indoor studio, which is typical of the show. It was a true rage fest (which is the usual with Travis Scott’s energetic performances) . . .
Now this is a pleasant surprise. What are the most important things we learned from watching Fetty Wap perform “Trap Queen” last night on Jimmy Kimmel? First of all, Fetty and Phony Ppl make a damn good combination. The Brooklyn band did a great job of stepping in and crafting a live version of “Trap . . .
Love him or hate him, you have to give Drake credit for the comedic value of his latest venture with Jimmy Kimmel. The Canadian superstar took to the streets of Los Angeles, disguised in a wig, fake mustache and beard. Why? To ask people what they think about Drake, of course. The ensuing interactions are . . .
In case you didn’t notice, Kanye West has a lot to say about a lot of things. Last night, he and Jimmy Kimmel exchanged words on Jimmy’s show in the wake of their difference of opinions over Jimmy’s parody of Kanye’s Zane Lowe Interview. Whether you’ve seen the interview or not, social media has probably . . .
Recently, 2 Chainz made an appearance on Jimmy Fallon that had everyone buzzing. He was joined by The Roots, Gucci Mane, and Fonzworth Bentley‘s trapchoir for an epic performance of “Good Drank 2.0.” The reaction was so strong that 2 Chainz actually updated the studio recording of the record to include the choir. The rest . . .
It’s a great time to be Chance The Rapper. As the world continues to play his standout verse on Kanye West‘s “Ultralight Beam,” he makes another high profile appearance; this time to perform “All My Friends” with Tinashe and Snakehips on Jimmy Kimmel Live! The single released back in October 2015 and the video dropped in . . .
I never thought I’d see ?uestlove and Big Bird sharing the stage together, but here we are. Jimmy Kimmel and The Roots team up with some of your favorite childhood Sesame Street characters to remake their infamous theme song. Is this borderline cheesy? Yes. Does Black Thought save the day? Yes. The Philadelphia emcee is . . .
The past 24 hours have been pretty big for Tory Lanez. He released a mellow, acoustic-influenced single called “LA Confidential” that’s been buzzing. The song features production by Cashmere Cat, Benny Blanco and Andrew “Pop” Wansel. It also includes co-writing credits from Miguel, whose influence can be more clearly heard. More importantly, Tory made his . . .
Kanye West fans who attended the San Jose stop of his Yeezus tour were in for an unexpected surprise when they heard a portion of an unreleased, which may or may not be titled “I’m Not Here.” The track eventually transitioned into “On Sight,” the lead-off track from Yeezus, but was not quickly forgotten. Oh . . .
Kanye West continues to pull no punches with interviews, this time stopping by San Francisco’s Wild 94.9 to discuss everything from him bringing out Jesus Christ on stage to the constant Illuminati rumors to his infamous voice change as of late. Kanye continues to prove why he is the most polarizing, dynamic personality in hip-hop . . .