I didn’t learn how to drink alcohol until I was 33.
I’m very concerned about Drake and his tattoos. Drake was out at the events for Houston Appreciation over the weekend, and someone noticed his newest ink. But while some people say it’s Lil Wayne, it looks a lot like Dave Chappelle, so I’m confused.
On Monday the NBA did its best BET Awards impersonation and hosted the first-ever NBA Awards to honor its top players. And while this first shot was an air ball, I have to admit that I like the idea of the show—but there are several areas that are in desperate need of some extra time in the gym.
Drake took home 13 awards during Sunday night’s Billboard Music Awards, also dubbed the most boring award show in the world; it left people asking questions like, “Who is this Dollar Tree Rihanna performing?”
Drake isn’t officially on the Coachella lineup, but he did make an appearance over the weekend to perform with Future. But it seems as though a Coachella country club wasn’t too welcoming to the rap-singer.
Disclaimer: I’m not sure I’m a Drake fan, but I’m not NOT a Drake fan, either. I listen to all the albums and have listened to Drake songs when washing dishes, changing diapers and eating brussels sprouts. I’m an informed listener, so I’m speaking on More Life as a music enthusiast and avid consumer who respects Drake…
Chance the Rapper is awesome. Not only does he have the kind of music that makes hip-hop exciting again, with his horns, his elastic lyricism and his constant praise of the most high, but he's also got the kind of personality that can't be ignored. He's lovable, humble and hilarious.
It isn't every day that the Sanford and Son of podcasts—aka your grandma's favorite satin bonnet; aka your favorite podcast's most unknown favorite podcast—gets a special guest. But for this episode of Unique Views, the R&B gods blessed us with the incomparable and legendary Keith Sweat.
LeBron James had words of humility and emotion in the early-morning hours on Saturday after he and his Cleveland Cavaliers beat the Toronto Raptors 113-87 in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference finals, sending Cleveland to their second consecutive NBA Finals. James scored 33 points.