All is fair in love and war.
The 106 & Park-premiered video, in which Tamar costars with her husband Vince Herbert, depict two people caught between life’s preoccupations and matters of the heart. Love and War available on iTunes now.
Kanye parts ways with the multinational footwear cooperation, Drake steps in and announces a new partnership with Jordan brand.
During his tour stop in Portland, Oregon (home of Nike’s headquarters), the NWTS rapper announced his latest business venture in front of his fans:
Today also happens to be one of the best days of my life. So today, I came to Portland and officially became inducted into the Team Jordan family.
Shortly after the broadcast, Jordan, who has owned a division for Nike since the creation of Air Jordans in ’85, took to Twitter to welcome the Toronto native to the business:
Meet Antwain Alexander, 11, and Shannon Sailes, 46, two complete strangers who find common ground in their flair for dancing.
In a hilariously amusing video that has set the viral world ablaze, a charming kid and a talented foot-tapping NBA usher put on a killer dance-off during a recent Detroit Pistons game.
After Jimmy Kimmel took notice, the late-night talk show host decided to serve his audience with a dose of funny, by bringing out the duo for an encore of their performance.
A little over a month following her engagement to Future, Ciara covers Pulp magazine. Although she’s not seen donning the 15-carat diamond ring her rapper beau proposed with, the “Body Party” singer is exceptionally all smiles.
Adding to the slew of lids Ciara has already graced this year, the songstress is now happily in front of the fashion magazine’s No.8 issue.
Peep some takes from Ciara’s photo shoot, below. Pulp‘s issue No.8 is out now.
Released just over a month ago, M.I.A.’s Matangi LP is still fresh to the ears.
Today, the Sri Lankan recording artist gifts fans with a bonus track, “Trouble Again.” As per usual, her latest cut is charged with heavy bass and a dancehall energy.
Stream it below, via Spotify.