VH1’s Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party Season 2 (GHOST Teaser)

Just when it seemed like their relationship couldn’t get any weirder, Snoop Dogg and Martha Stewart have recreated a scene from the 1990 film Ghost to promote Season 2 of VH1’s Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party.  And it’s not just any scene, it’s the scene, where actress Demi Moore and the late Patrick Swayze mold clay … Continue reading VH1’s Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party Season 2 (GHOST Teaser)

Kevin Hart Recruits Celebrity Friends For Hurricane Harvey Relief Challenge

Comedic actor Kevin Hart took to Instagram on Monday (August 28) to implore his celebrity friends to be a part of his Hurricane Harvey Relief Challenge, including JAY-Z, Beyoncé, Chris Rock and Dave Chappelle. “I’m calling this the Hurricane Harvey Relief Challenge,” Hart wrote in the caption. “Lets go @therock @beyonce @chrisrock Jay Z Dave Chappelle @jerryseinfeild … Continue reading Kevin Hart Recruits Celebrity Friends For Hurricane Harvey Relief Challenge

“Devastated” Drake Working With Relief Groups Following Deadly Houston Floods

Although he’s currently overseas, Drake recently expressed his concern over the deadly flooding in Houston, Texas. Earlier Monday (August 28), Drake shared a lengthy post on Instagram about the devastation taking place in his second home. He also revealed his plans to take action by working with relief groups to provide aid for those in need. Drake … Continue reading “Devastated” Drake Working With Relief Groups Following Deadly Houston Floods

Questlove Reveals The Roots Currently Have 263 Songs Recorded For Their Next Album

263 songs have been recorded for End Game but only 14 will make the cut. “Usually when we get to 100 songs, he’s like, ‘Guys. You have 100 songs,” Quest explained. “There’s 14 really good songs in these 100. Let’s stop and concentrate on the 14.’ Right now, we’re at 263. But ideas keep coming. I made … Continue reading Questlove Reveals The Roots Currently Have 263 Songs Recorded For Their Next Album

How Hip-Hop is introducing children to coding and technology

WHEN Jamel Mims teaches young, lower-income minority students in New York, he doesn’t deploy traditional materials like a blackboard, a whiteboard or PowerPoint. He uses a microphone—turned up loud for politicised raps—and mobile phones with augmented-reality apps. Mr Mims’s “interactive hip-hop classroom” uses music as an entry point into discussions about politics, race, class and … Continue reading How Hip-Hop is introducing children to coding and technology

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