MSNBC’s resident Hip-Hop connoisseur, Ari Melber, was quick to make the connection on the latest episode of “The Beat.”
During a recent sit-down with Ari Melber for The Beat’s “Summit Series,” Tom Hanks—the actor everybody seems to love—was shown a video montage of the many artists who’ve included him in their songs, including Gang Starr. Frank Ocean, Killer Mike to Tyga.
Logic recently sat down with MSNBC’s Ari Melber for an episode of The Beat, which airs on Thursday (May 11).
The DMV representative discusses his latest visuals.
The problem? 50 Cent was only the second “most watched” interview on The Beat. Andrew Kozyrev actually clocked a million more views at 5.5 million.
50 Cent sided with Future agreeing that the Atlanta-based rapper is a bigger artist than Jay-Z: “Yeah, he is, way bigger.”
The MSNBC anchor tells AllHipHop the verse is “so relevant” right now.
The Beat with Ari Melber host spoke to AllHipHop about the surprising mention.
Jay-Z said ‘The Beat’ anchor’s “HOV DID” analysis was needed for “people to articulate and understand what we’re going through.”
Jay-Z’s verse on DJ Khaled’s “God Did” was the focal point of a segment on MSNBC’s ‘The Beat With Ari Melber.’
Eric Clapton, Johnny Cash, and other Caucasians sing about violence in their music too.
“On this topic, Jay gets the last word.”
The disc jockey/photographer made history with his “Homeschool at Club Quarantine.”
The legendary record producer also asks for Drake to release their shelved music video for “Fancy.”