Is there anything Jay Z can’t do? He is labeled by some as the greatest rapper of all time (if not definitely top 5), a music mogul with his Roc Nation label representing some of the biggest names in music. Two weeks ago he hopped into the sports world with his Roc Nation Sports first signing Yankees second baseman Robinson Cano, then New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz. Well the Jigga man is ready to take over the NBA.
The Justin Timberlake show rolled through Saturday Night Live where JT served as both host and musical guest. NBC brought out the big guns in former SNL cast members as well as the other five time hosts of the show. I was watching the show on a bit of a delay, because I was at work and Vinny from the Jersey Shore ruined the suprise of Jay Z coming out on Twitter, who is lucky I didn’t unfollow him for ruining the surprise:
I knew Jay was Comin out #SNL
— Vinny Guadagnino (@VINNYGUADAGNINO) March 10, 2013
It’s been quite some time since Mr. Kanye West went on a rant of any sorts. Instead of Twitter Kanye went on a rant during a show tonight in London. In said rant Kanye went off on The Grammys, business people, and said he wasn’t feeling Jay Z‘s latest collaboration with Justin Timberlake “Suit & Tie.”
It seems as though all of the big music news this year, so far, has revolved around three artists; Justin Timberlake, Jay Z, and Beyonce. Today is no different, Jay and Justin announced the dates for their ‘Legends of the Summer,’ 12 city stadium tour, and as you’d expect they are hitting all the major cities in the US as well as two stops in Canada.
This past Saturday, Beyonce finally premiered her anticipated autobiography “Life is But A Dream” on HBO immediately following her Oprah Next Chapter interview on the OWN network. Both channels did big numbers Saturday night. HBO revealed that “it was their most-watched documentary in ten years.”
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