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HBO is reportedly considering a Sex and the City spin-off with Kim Cattrall. Would Wendy watch?
Then, Robin Thicke is getting thick and Prince Harry’s new girlfriend is asking to take time off from her hit TV show.
Wendy weighs in on today’s Hot Topics.
Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour has dealt with many designers, but she was recently treated to a special performance from Desiigner himself.
In a new video released by the fashion magazine, the G.O.O.D. Music rapper delivers an acapella rendition of his hit “Tiimmy Turner” for Wintour and the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund panel.
Desiigner modeled a “digital letter of authenticity” for L.A. clothing brand Stampd in the clip and then wowed the panel with his infectious ad-libs, positive attitude, and dramatic flair.
When Wintour asked him about his chest tat, which reads “Chase Your Dreams,” the 19-year-old MC explained: “It’s a movement, baby. Chasing every last one of them and catching them.”
Watch Desiigner model and party with Vogue below.
Nick Cannon takes on Tupac Shakur.
Inspired by ‘Pac’s “I Get Around” classic, Mr. Ncredible delivers “One Night (Tupac Interlude)” off his forthcoming mixtape, The Gospel of Ike Turn Up, My Side of the Story.
Produced by Jahaan Sweet, “One Night” borrows bars directly from Makaveli’s rhymes. “Hate to sound sleazy but tease me,” Cannon raps in a melodic tone. “I don’t want it if it’s that easy.”
The track also ends with a spoken word piece from Nick. “Your hourglass shape is thick as fuck on the bottom half,” he says. “I can’t wait as the clock melts away. How do we make this time last?”
Expect the album to feature plenty of other ’90s-inspired tracks. “That’s what’s inside me,” Nick recently told Rap-Up. “I’m a student of that. That’s when music felt good and was fun and that’s what I do well.”
Listen to “One Night (Tupac Interlude)” below.
O.T. Genasis comes “Right Back” with another project. Following last year’s Rhythm & Bricks, the Long Beach rapper serves up Coke N Butter.
The 12-track mixtape is a star-studded affair with 2 Chainz (“Thick”), YG (“No No No”), and TIP (“Get Racks”). It also includes the previously-released remix to “Push It” featuring Remy Ma and Quavo.
Coke also features “Right Back,” a single that received its music video last week.
Stream Coke N Butter below.
T.I. speaks out once again.
A day after protesting Donald Trump’s presidential win, TIP joined “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” to explain why he hit the streets to voice his displeasure with the election results.
“Nobody in their right mind can ever assume that just gathering and going somewhere and showing an incredible disdain for a decision that the nation has made, that it will actually do anything immediately,” he explained. “I just want to be able to look my kids in the eyes and make sure they know I did everything that the constitution allows me to do to show my objection to this decision.”
The King of the South was also on “Kimmel” to talk about his name change. He shared the well-known story of how he initially shortened it to T.I. to avoid confusion with his then-labelmate Q-Tip.
Now, he says, the name change gives him a different feeling. “You know what?” he said. “I haven’t had a chance to think about it, but now that you mention it, I do feel a little bit better.”
While there, he also performed his Us or Else single “Black Man” with special guests Meek Mill, Quavo, and RaRa.
Tyler, the Creator is about take fans behind the scenes of his 2015 album Cherry Bomb in a new documentary.
Much like the project, the trailer is a star-studded affair with appearances from Pharrell Williams, A$AP Rocky, Kanye West, ScHoolboy Q, Lil Wayne, and The Internet’s Syd, among others.
At one point, Yeezy praises the Odd Future frontman while in the studio. “You Spike Jonze,” he tells him. “You both Spikes, ni**a.”
The film is set to arrive in January, but 10 minutes of it will be shown at Tyler’s Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival in Los Angeles this weekend.
Released in April, Cherry Bomb featured Kanye, Weezy, Skateboard P, and more.
You Built Tough Right?
Despite what is going on and what’s to come, Rapsody uplifts our spirits on her latest release produced by Kash,Khrysis and 9th Wonder. We still going to be alright.
Source: Rap radar