Kanye West has plenty to say in his latest rant!!! This time Kanye goes off about how hes the worst kind of celebrity, and how he’s tired of being harassed every day and blah blah blah… I mean I think Kanye is one of the best in the game, but his attitude sometimes is too much!! I mean I get your life is always on camera and everything you do or say is being used against you, but you sign up for this life when you become famous!!
While my sister was on stage killing it like a mother——, I was enraged feelin’ it like a mother——-.
Bird in the cage, you would never know what I was dealing, we went our separate ways but I was happy she was killing it
Bittersweet, she was up I was down. No lie I feel good for her, but what do I do now?
Meanwhile, this n-gga putting his hands on me, swear y’all don’t know the half of this industry.
Its looks like this year Rock the Bells with celebrate 10 years strong by taking a page from Coachella’s book!! Everyone remembers Coachella 2012 with the Tupac resurrection via his hologram… Well this year Rock the Bells with resurrect both Eazy-E and Ol’ Dirty Bastard! They won’t be holograms, though. America’s premiere hip-hop festival is calling it an “Original Virtual Performance” based off of the Pepper’s ghost illusionary technique and powered by the company Gig It, who recently brought the first and only virtual 3D concert game to Facebook.
Also hitting the stage for your 2 day music festive on (September 7-8 in San Bernardino CA, September 14-15 in Mountain View CA, September 28-29 in Washington DC, and October 4-5 in Rutherford NJ) –
Black Hippy (aka Kendrick Lamar, Schoolboy Q, Jay Rock and Ab-Soul) Common, Kid Cudi, Big KRIT, Danny Brown, Earl Sweatshirt, Tyler, the Creator, Flatbush Zombies, Hit-Boy, Immortal Technique, Mimosa, Jhene Aiko, Juicy J, E-40 & Too Short, Dom Kennedy, Lecrae, Rakim, Dilated Peoples, Talib Kweli, TechN9ne, and A recently reunited Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Jurassic 5, Wu-Tang Clan will also hit the stage, And even more artists will be announced next month.
Hip-hop star Dr. Dre and music mogul Jimmy Iovine are scheduled to announce Wednesday a $70-million donation to USC for a new academy that they say will give students new facilities and the tools they need to break into the rapidly changing music industry.
“I feel like this is the biggest, most exciting and probably the most important thing that I’ve done in my career,” Dre, whose given name is Andre Young, told the New York Times.
The donation will establish the USC Jimmy Iovine and Andre Young Academy for Arts, Technology and the Business of Innovation. The four-year undergraduate program aims to foster entrepreneurship and bridge entertainment, engineering, computer science, fine arts, graphic design, business and leadership training. The first class of 25 will be enrolled in the fall of 2014.