Monie Love took to her social media to pay tribute to her fellow talent, saying Weiland is now “forever carved into the tree of a changing time in rock music that ushered in a more risk taking generation.”
Rock singer Scott Weiland, known for his success as frontman of groups like Stone Temple Pilots and Velvet Revolver, died in his sleep Thursday [December 3] night. He was 48.
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After a sneak peek at The Dark Knight unmasked, a new trailer for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is finally here.
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Immediately following an album signing event on Saturday, Public Enemy were scheduled to perform a gig in Sheffield, England alongside The Prodigy. The hip-hop outfit’s agenda was going as planned, until the taxi tasked with taking Chuck D and Flavor Flav to the concert drove off without them.
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Update: The 76ers got their first victory of the season last night! Kobe Bryant received a loud ovation, all game long, and was honored with Dr. J and his high school basketball coach before the game.
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A night before he takes on the 76ers one final time, Philadelphia native Kobe Bryant had cheesesteaks on his mind.
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Swizz Beatz recently announced that he will be hosting a three-day art and concert series at Art Basel Miami Beach beginning on Dec. 3.
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Tupac’s biopic is getting a new director. The production company Morgan Creek is behind the Tupac Shakur movie, and recently announced they’re hiring Benny Boom to take on the role as new director. He’ll be replacing John Singleton, who dropped out of the position back in April. Morgan Creek is currently rushing to get the rapper’s biopic done, given that the music rights to Tupac’s songs will revert back to Shakur’s mother at the end of the year if the film isn’t in production by then. Boom is known for several projects on the big screen, including Summit’s 2009 action comedy “Next Day Air” and “S.W.A.T.: Firefight.”
The Queens rapper took to Instagram with a meme featuring the controversial Republican candidate.
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John Oliver ripped into GOP fear-mongering over Syrian refugees — but saved most of his ire for former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee, slamming him for his over the top attacks on people trying to escape persecution.
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P. Diddy’s 46th birthday might’ve been November 4th, but he’s still celebrating big. The rapper decided to throw himself a massive party Saturday night at Burkle’s Beverly Hill estate in the Green Acres neighborhood. The event was sponsored by Ciroc Vodka, and featured a guest list with names like the Kardashians, Jay Z and Beyonce, Leonardo DiCaprio and Kevin Connely. Justin Bieber and Rihanna were reportedly also on the guest list, but were no-shows. Pharrell Williams, Joe Jonas, Tyga, Ludacris and Wiz Khalifa also joined the business mogul in the celebration.
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Pastor Jeezy has been on the move since the release of his latest album, Church in These Streets and his travels recently found him in a Philadelphia juvenile detention center giving misguided youth some much-needed wisdom from self experience.
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Fabolous took it way back to the ’90s for his 38th birthday party by celebrating with his pals.
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Nonunion contractors at Philadelphia International Airport are demonstrating for better pay and working conditions this morning.
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Rihanna’s very own branded marijuana line, “MaRihanna”, will be going on sale in 2016.
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Last Friday, marked the release of Redman’s 8th solo LP, Mudface, and in an interview he talked about the release of
“How High 2.”
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In an interview released Tuesday (Nov. 17), Phife recalled a conversation with the Tribe’s label Jive about issues regarding the clearing of the sample.
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In the wake of its release, arguably the best Hip-Hop biopic of all time has amassed more than $200 million worldwide and the box office’s biggest R-rated August opening of all time. Those numbers also make it the biggest music biopic ever created and subsequently made Gray the top-grossing Black director for a single film.
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