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The green dress Nas holds on the cover of his 10th album is a piece of the gown his former wife Kelis wore on their wedding day...Life Is Good , but frequently seems to question whether life is in fact all that great -- or if it may even be terrible.
Shawn Corey Carter (born December 4, 1969), better known by his stage name, Jay-Z, is an American hip hop artist and businessman. He is the former CEO of Def Jam Recordings and Roc-A-Fella Records...He is one of the most financially successful hip
NYThere was quite the buzz of anticipation that was filling Carnegie Hall for the last of a two-night charity event that would go down as being quite historic. Guests were mingling on the floor, ushers were smiling as they sat patrons around the
The Sundance Film Festival became the unlikely center of hip-hop's latest feud when actor-turned-rapper Drake and rapper-turned-actor Common came to town. Common was promoting his role in upcoming family drama "LUV," while Drake was performing at one
Rap lyrics are some of the most powerful popular poetry of the past three decades. Studying rap music in a classroom is kind of a drag compared to studying rap music, say, in a car full of weed smoke, but hey, it's not the worst thing you could do in
A decade after he changed his mind about calling one of his albums I Am The Autobiography, the rapper will write an actual autobiography called It Ain't Hard to Tell, in collaboration with music journalist Toure. "This is hip-hop history," Toure
I recently came across Zack O'Malley Greenburg's book " Empire State of Mind: How Jay-Z Went from Street Corner to Corner Office ." I have to admit that I didn't know if a hip-hop icon had much to teach me (aka a regular worker) about succeeding in
58 p.m The invite said the doors would open at 8. But by then, the line in front of The Box, Serge Becker's reservations-only, bordello-meets-sideshow nightclub, was already snaking down Chrystie Street...White guys in nice suits; a black girl out of
16 p.m The Brooklyn Museum "When were you introduced to, as a hustler," Charlie Rose asked Jay-Z last night at the Brooklyn Museum, "crack cocaine?" Jay-Z rose from the back of his low leather chair onstage, hands cycling:"Growing up at the time we'
If you were to scroll down a list of things I will never become tired of you may come across the words "Jay-Z" and "the Internet." Sure, there may be items between these like ice cream and a good laugh, but the point is, I have been a fan of both