He was credited for discovering artists like Diddy, The Notorious B.I.G., Mary J. Blige, Teddy Reilly, and more.
He admonished the Record Academy for failing to recognize black music.
The one-time Watch the Throne collaborators shook hands and posed for a photograph at Diddy’s 50th birthday party.
Plus, YG and Pusha T bring Sunday into their worlds, while Iceage shreds to the devoted.
Arichella also featured appearances from Diddy and Mase.
Ahead of his tour dates with Florence and the Machine.
An unidentified male pushed Diddy’s wax figure to the ground and stomped on its head.
The model and actress had been suffering from pneumonia.
“I’m a black man. I have so many other things to be fearful of. A clown is not gonna scare me.”
Sadly, no women made into the higher earning brackets.
New York-born MC was known for his smash hit “Flava in Ya Ear”.
That’s so… not cool, Raven.