Who’s the greatest entertainer of all time? If you ask Chris Brown, he is. The singer took to Twitter over the weekend to tout that he’s one of the best and put himself in the same company as the late soul icons Michael Jackson and James Brown.
Nearly two decades after his death, the voice of Tupac has been resurrected. In a new interview from 1996, the rapper speaks about being at war, the origins of his name and working with fellow actor Jim Belushi while on the set of his movie 'Gang Related.'
Kendrick Lamar's new Billboard cover story finds the rapper defending Iggy Azalea, but it's his comments on the shooting of Michael Brown and police brutality that has caught the wrath of Azealia Banks.
Lifetime's biopic 'Aaliyah: The Princess of R&B' "broke the Internet" this weekend with fans and critics blasting the televised story of the late singer. Wendy Williams defended her position as the movie's executive producer on her morning talk show Monday (Nov. 17).
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