Best Rap Song Jay-Z, Rihanna & Kanye West – “Run This Town” **WINNER**
Drake – “Best I Ever Had”
Kid Cudi – “Day ‘N’ Nite”
T.I. & Justin Timberlake – “Dead And Gone”
Jay-Z – “D.O.A. (Death Of Auto-Tune)”
Best Rap Performance By a Duo or Group Eminem, Dr. Dre…Continue
After three weeks of voting and tallying up over 40,400 ballots, the people have made their choice for XXL’s Best Cover of the Millennium. And the winner is… The March 2003 cover featuring Eminem, 50 Cent and Dr. Dre.
Although the Shady/Aftermath trio snagged top honors, it wasn’t an easy victory. Easily making it out of the first round with 64% of the popular vote, the March 2003 cover took an early lead in the…Continue
G-Unit member Lloyd Banks and three associates, who were jailed after allegedly assaulting and robbing a concert promoter in Canada, were released on bail Tuesday (January 12), but Banks and 1 associate were remanded by Canadian immigration.
According to Olaf Heinzel, a spokesperson for the Kitchener… Continue
ATF: Everyone is talking about you leaving Young Money. I want you to just tell us why you made such a bold move? O: I just saw how the ship ran. And the idea in the beginning to work with Lil’ Wayne was all good… Continue
David Hasselhoff’s contract with “America’s Got Talent” wasn’t renewed, and NBC will replace the drunken mess with obsessive-compulsive mess Howie Mandel. Though NBC, the show’s producers and Hasselhoff all have issued the usual fluffy statements indicating it was a mutual and amicable parting, I’ve learned the former “Baywatch” star had no say in it — and is deeply upset to have lost one of his major income sources.
MC, three associates allegedly assaulted and robbed promoter after dispute over pay.
G-Unit's Lloyd Banks is being held by police in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada, on assault and robbery charges after an incident involving a local promoter on Friday night. Authorities say that Banks and three others…Continue
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A KFC ad in Australia has led some on the Internet to accuse the company of being racially insensitive.
The ad, part of the company's "Cricket Survival Guide" promotional series, features a young white Australian at a cricket match sitting in a sea of dark-skinned fans loudly cheering, presumably for the opposition. The Australian, known as Mick in the ads, remarks, "Need a tip when you're…Continue