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In addition to Drake, T.I. takes to Twitter to mourn Doe B's death, writing, '[You] will never be forgotten and U WILL NOT DIE IN VAIN.'
Drake joins West to perform their 2009 collaboration single 'Forever' before singing his 'All Me'.
Timberlake joins Fallon in a 'Family Feud' sketch in the Christmas episode, where Paul McCartney, Madonna and New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg make surprise appearances.
Mill performs his 'Dreams and Nightmares (Intro)' and 'Levels' while Sean later joins Drake for 'All Me' and 'Mercy'.
After finishing the song, Big Sean praises Drake and reveals that the Toronto rapper will be 'a huge part' of his upcoming album.
The late actors joined iPhone 5, Royal Baby and North Korea among others in the top 10 most searched terms of 2013.
The rapper is sued for backing out of two Chicago shows when he already took the advance money.
The lyric video for the star-studded single follows a young woman who's apparently looking for something in an abandoned building.
The rapper's dad, who also appears in the music video for 'Worst Behavior', dons a white long trench coat while showing off his dance moves onstage.
The Toronto MC, who is currently on his 'Would You Like a Tour?' world tour, 'sincerely apologizes' to fans for canceling his gig at the event because of 'scheduling complications.'
The Toronto rapper performs 'Make Me Proud' with the former 'American Idol' judge before inviting Snoop, who sings a medley of four songs.
The new song has previously been previewed by the superstar producer when touring with Jay-Z on 'Marga Carter World Tour'.
The rumored couple even threw in huge amount of cash for the dancers at Houston's V Live Gentlemen's Club.
Shot in Memphis by Director X, the ten-minute clip features appearances from rappers Juicy J and Project Pat as well as Drake's father Dennis Graham.
The Canadian rapper's upcoming video will feature appearances from dad Dennis Graham and rappers like Project Pat, Juicy J and Turk.