Celebrities are often held to a different standard than the average person. Be it because of the role model status bestowed upon them or their larger than life personalities, a great number of people are placing a lot of expectations on them. Continue »
While rappers are primarily praised for their lyrics and mic skills, a select few are praised for their sense of style.
Check out our list of the most stylish men in Hip-Hop at Hip Hop Wired. A few of the winners might surprise you.
While many celebrities have made the transition from television to music or music to television, many others have failed miserably.
Whether it was a one hit disaster or a whole album to torture us with, many celebrities have plagued the music industry with horrible music that we’ve tried to forget.
Head over to HipHopWired.com to see a variety of actresses, talk show hosts, and reality stars who have miserably failed at trying to be a double threat.
It seems the Nicki Minaj & Lil Kim drama continues, as Minaj’s label boss Birdman said some words addressing the rumor that Nicki’s new song with Eminem “Roman’s Revenge” was directed towards Lil Kim.
In a recent interview with Vibe, Baby said: “Real talk, but maybe Kim asked for it. Usually we don’t try to make money like that…that’s not our theory. We make great music…”
Celebrities are known for having a good time, but what happens when that “good time” includes a fellow celebrity? Continue »
Last night, Sister 2 Sister Magazine celebrated their 22nd Anniversary at a star-studded party in Atlanta honoring Mathew Knowles, Roger Bobb, Will Packer, Stephen Hill, and Paxton Baker. Continue »
Beyonce will release the CD/DVD from her “I Am…World Tour” on November 30th. If you want it early you can cop it on November 26th at Wal-Mart.
Ginuwine held a listening party for his new album Elgin at Straits Monday night in Atlanta.
A number of guests were in the building including Sister 2 Sister Magazine Editor-in-chief Jamie Foster-Brown, singer Sunshine Anderson, Tank, rapper Khia, Ray Lavender, Producer Stevie J., Nate Walker, Bryan Michael-Cox, Troy Davis, Chaka Zulu and Princess from Crime Mob.
Ginuwine, who previously made headlines for filming the video for “What Could Have Been”, with actress Malinda Williams will drop his new project Feb.8, 2011.
Check out the photos and video at HipHopWired.com
Looks like Kat Stacks may be creeping back to a rapper’s bed sooner than expected.
While some artists and celebrities climbed their way to the top of the music charts and television ratings with talent and dedication, some climbed their way down the pole to get to where they are now. Continue »