Keith Richards wants one more Rolling Stones album, Gwen Stefani gets granted a protective order, Princeton students don’t want Big Sean performing at their school, and more on Last Lap.
Justin Bieber really wanted to touch Ariana Grande during a performance last night, but neither she nor Big Sean was having it. It’s never cool to make unwanted contact with anyone, especially another dude’s girlfriend — especially when you’ve got the Bieb’s track record. The whole scene had Sean ready to rumble, and he took to Twitter to fire a warning shot.
T.I. defends himself against new allegations in “Blurred Lines” case, Major Lazer announce Peace is the Mission, Big Sean describes the Kanye West experience with Big Morning Buzz’s Nick Lachey, and more on Last Lap.
Big Sean and Ariana Grande seem to have the kind of relationship that makes us jaded millenials want to give dating another try — or at least go back on Tinder. Not only do they take the most adorable Instagram photos, Sean and Ari know the words to each others’ songs. Because they actually like each others’ songs.
Big Sean is so in love with his girlfriend Ariana Grande that he wants to sing it from the rooftops. That’s totally sweet! But now he’s rapping about her “billion dollar p-ssy” in his new song, “Stay Down.” Ehhh, call us old fashioned, but that’s not quite as cute. More importantly, how does the former Nickelodeon star feel about the NSFW lyrics?
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Mark Ronson speaks on how to keep music relevant, Imagine Dragon hit the Big Morning Buzz Live stage for a stellar performance, Jodeci officially announces a reunion album and more on Last Lap.
Since before Rakim rhymed about getting “Paid In Full,” rappers have been obsessed with that dollar bill (y’all). They rap about trying to get it, what they’d do with it if they had it and all the problems it creates. And they should know, as no one knows how to spend it in style like a hip hop star. There are however, a significant number of MCs who have decided to put their money back into the communities that raised them. From California to the Carolinas, famous rappers have helped fund charities, college scholarships and community centers. See which big-hearted rappers have given back in big ways and find how they’re paying it forward to help the next generation.