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Eminem’s ‘Kamikaze’ Set for No. 1 Debut on Billboard 200 Albums Chart

Eminem is on course for his ninth No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 chart next week, according to industry forecasters. His surprise new release, Kamikaze, will easily start with over 225,000 equivalent album units in the week ending Sept. 6 — though its final first-week figure will likely be larger. How big will Kamikaze get? Well, forecasting Kamikaze’s debut frame is...Continue reading

SHOWTIME DROPS TEASER TRAILER FOR LEBRON JAMES’ ‘SHUT UP AND DRIBBLE’ SPORTS DOCUMENTARY

Fresh of the success of The Shop on HBO, LeBron James next social justice series just released its first teaser trailer. Shut Up and Dribble, which is named after the phrase uttered by Fox News host Laura Ingraham in response to James criticizing Donald Trump, takes a look at NBA players, past and present, who have used their platform to help...Continue reading

Sam Smith & Calvin Harris’ Glam ‘Promises’ Video Celebrates Ball Culture

Calvin Harris and Sam Smith pay homage to voguing and New York’s iconic ball culture in the glitter-splashed video for “Promises.” The clip, which dropped on Tuesday morning (Sept. 4) opens with some dancers talking about the sense of relief and acceptance they get on the dancefloor, before it segues into images of Smith singing in a disco...Continue reading

Luol Deng gives back $7.5M in buyout agreement with Lakers

Luol Deng agreed to a significant give-back of $7.5 million in his contract buyout with the Los Angeles Lakers, clearing $38 million in salary cap space for 2019 free agency, league sources told ESPN. The Lakers can now offer a free-agent star a maximum contract in July to partner with LeBron James. The Lakers are targeting the top...Continue reading

SZA, Big Sean & Young Thug Slated for J. Cole’s Dreamville Festival

The Sept. 15 event in Raleigh, North Carolina, will also feature performances by Nelly, Rich The Kid, Teyana Taylor, Rapsody, Saba and more. J. Cole will host SZA, Big Sean, Young Thug and more in Raleigh, North Carolina, next month for his inaugural Dreamville Festival. The event takes place Sept. 15 at Dorothea Dix Park and, of course, will also...Continue reading

BUN B TALKS NEW ALBUM ‘RETURN OF THE TRILL’

Texas legend Bun B has released this week his fifth solo studio album in Return of The Trill which features the likes of Pimp C, Big K.R.I.T., Yo Gotti, Lil Wayne, Run The Jewlez, 2 Chainz and London legend Giggs. As one half of the influential and chart-topping Southern hip-hop group UGK with the late and great...Continue reading

College football’s opening weekend delivered an eclectic mix of the familiar and the sublime

September came, and all the familiar phrases and peculiar terms came hurrying back: “redshirt-sophomore kicker,” “jet-sweep pass,” “go-ahead safety,” “zone run,” “ ‘pissed’ Nick Saban,” “severe-weather cancellation,” “Michigan’s offensive woes” and, of course, that old magical passage that goes “Appalachian State.” The redshirt sophomore kicker stood amid 105,232 in Pennsylvania, 56 yards from the goal...Continue reading

Imagine Dragons’ Dan Reynolds Calls Out Eminem’s ‘Hateful’ Language: ‘It’s Never Okay’

In the wake of the surprise drop of Eminem’s Kamikaze on Friday (Aug. 31) — his new album featuring a track that hurls a homophobic slur at Tyler, the Creator — many are justifiably outraged at the rapper’s choice of words. Dan Reynolds of Imagine Dragons is one of them, and he’s using Twitter to take a stand against the employment...Continue reading

T-PAIN DETAINED AT AIRPORT AFTER GUN FOUND IN BAG

T-Pain had an “eventful” day at the airport. The 32-year-old rapper was detained by police after a gun was found in his bag during a security checkpoint screening at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta on Friday (Aug. 31). While inspecting his carry-on, TSA agents reportedly found a loaded Smith & Wesson .380 in his backpack, which was...Continue reading

Warriors’ David West retires after 15 seasons in NBA

Two-time All-Star David West, who won two NBA championships with the Golden State Warriors during an NBA career that lasted 15 seasons, announced his decision to retire Thursday on social media. West, 38, was part of the Warriors’ title-winning teams the past two seasons. He also played for the New Orleans Hornets, Indiana Pacers and San Antonio Spurs during his career, averaging...Continue reading
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