Posts Tagged: Jay-Z


Jay-Z Dissing Dream Most Tweeted Moment of Grammys

(AllHipHop News) Frank Ocean was nervous making his first Grammy acceptance speech. The Dream was overzealous at finally making a complete Grammy acceptance speech. Jay-Z was Jay-Z. Sometimes being Jay-Z means you effectively takeover social media for moment. According to Mashable, the acceptance speech for “No Church In The Wild” generated more than 116,400 tweets… Read more »



Willow Smith Chooses Childhood Over Starring Role in ‘Annie’

(AllHipHop News) Will Smith recently told an audience at Temple University that childhood was the instrumental reason for his daughter, Willow Smith’s dropping out of the film adaptation of the Broadway musical, Annie. The “Whip My Hair” child star began feeling the wear and tear of her hectic schedule which included opening for Justin Beiber on the… Read more »



Ball So Hard: Dr. Dre and Lebron James on Beats Partnership, Playlists and Workouts

(AllHipHop News) ESPN the Magazine brought together the best basketball player in the world and arguably the greatest producer in Hip Hop’s history for its “The Music Issue” edition. The issue, which hits stands Feburary 18th reveals that Lebron James was actually the first person to test out the Beats by Dre headphones prior to the… Read more »



On To The Next One: Roc Nation adds Timbaland To Roster

(AllHipHop News) The latest collaboration between Hip Hop Mount Rushmore-bound Timbaland and Jay-Z involves no synths, no double metaphors or reminders. Just a photo posted on Jay-Z’s Life+Times website with a simple yet impactful message: Roc Nation Welcomes Timbaland to the family. There is no word yet on the details of their arrangement such as… Read more »



Inside The Covers: Awkward, Riveting and Surprising Rap Songs Renditions

Hip Hop was founded on sampling and reimagining songs usually from a different genre. So it is quite a surreal experience when those genres reverse the script and cover hip hop songs. Sometimes the results reveal meanings previously unnoticed and other times it’s an awkward rendition. Here are a few recent covers of hip hop… Read more »