Timbaland‘s newest protege is making a name for herself, and she’s doing it by taking the road less traveled. Tink, unlike many aspiring female rappers today, doesn’t want to be the next Nicki Minaj. She just wants to make good music that will put radio filler songs to shame.
Sometimes people don’t age well — even celebrities. But that’s not what we’re talking about today. While the natural process of aging will take its toll, we’re more interested in the rockers who just gave up on trying to look good. For instance: Paul McCartney has aged, but Paul McCartney still looks sharp. Bruce Springsteen has aged, but Bruce is still a sexy heart throb. By comparison: Axl Rose has aged. But Axl has also got a beer belly and doesn’t seem to comb his hair.
Bruce Sinofsky who, along with his creative partner Joe Berlinger, directed the landmark 2003 documentary Metallica: Some Kind of Monster and the trilogy of Paradise Lost films that led to the freeing of the wrongly-convicted “West Memphis Three,” has passed away due to complications from diabetes. He was 58.
Amber Rose has been the headline queen recently with her Twitter beefs with Khloe Kardashian and Kanye West. Now we can add ex-hubby Wiz Khalifa to rapidly growing list. Yesterday was the second birthday of Khalifa’s son Sebastian, or Bash. Early in the day, Wiz celebrated on Instagram posting photos of his son and the “Jake the Pirate” themed birthday party he orchestrated only to find out that Bash will not be attending.
Amber Rose had other plans for their son, which didn’t involve the Pittsburg rapper. Wiz took to Twitter to express his feelings on the matter, the custody battle with Rose and more. Check out the full rant below.
Nowadays, if you’ve been to one party then you’ve pretty much been to them all. This is because of bottle service culture, and the predictable music soundtrack that accompanies it. For some odd reason, folks continue to party and dance to songs that ran their course many moons ago.
Seriously- is there anybody hotter than Rihanna? Whether she’s rocking the Grammy’s stage, headlining a world tour, or gracing the cover of pretty much every major magazine, the girl is always on fire.