J. Cole fans may be disappointed by some recent news. The rapper announced he would be taking a break from touring at The Meadows Music Festival. “Before I get outta here, this is my last show for a very long time. J. Cole made the disappointing announcement to fans after his set, and this came after he replaced The Weeknd, who canceled his performance to prepare for his October 1st performance on “SNL.” J. Cole offered up no explanation as to why he is taking a hiatus. Check out the announcement here.
Rapper and actor LL Cool J likes to listen to inspirational books on CD while he works out. The “NCIS: Los Angeles” star regularly wakes up before dawn and hits the gym, where he’ll check out the wisdom of authors like Napoleon Hill while he’s lifting weights. “I might put on, like, Napoleon Hill’s ‘Think & Grow Rich…,'” he explains. “That’s like my hobby. I like to read. I might go back and read stuff you read in high school or college for no reason, like ‘The Odyssey.'” LL went back to college and studied executive education at Harvard Business School. “I always tell my kids to go to school and actions speak louder than words,” he said during a recent appearance on Ellen DeGeneres’ U.S. TV show.
VH1’s hit series “Black Ink Crew: Chicago” will return with a two-episode season premiere tomorrow (October 3). The series revolves around the 9Mag tattoo shop in the heart of Chicago. Season two follows regulars Ryan, Kat, Phor, Charmaine, Don, Van, and Danielle, along with new tattoo artists Cobra Kat and Junior Diaz. This seasons drama includes Van coming home from prison, a secret love child and more. The show premieres at 9:00PM ET.