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Five out of Yeezy's seven nominations come from his collaboration with Jay-Z for their The Throne project, while Beyonce, Lil Wayne and Drake are among the other multiple nominees.
Though she is not featured in Jigga and Yeezy's collaborative album, the 'Birthday Cake' singer joins the rappers in singing two songs during their May 19 show at the O2 arena in London.
The rock band fronted by Eddie Vedder joins the likes of Calvin Harris, Janelle Monae, Passion Pit and Maybach Music in the line-up of the 2-day music festival in Philadelphia.
The rapper believes that discrimination against gay people is the same as discrimination against black people.
The Roc Nation founder says, 'I thought I would be more inspired with all the new feelings and everything that I'd have to write about, but it really happened the other way.'
The official sneak-peek features a large number of revelers throwing their hands in the air to a 'Watch the Throne' track.
In a preview for 'Oprah's Master Class: Special Edition', the 'Glory' rapper opens up about his biggest parenting fears after he and wife Beyonce Knowles welcomed baby Blue Ivy Carter.
The Diddy-Dirty Money founder becomes the wealthiest Hip-Hopper for earning $550 million, while Jigga is the second-richest star with $460 million in his pocket.
At a fundraiser event, the president took a question of choice whether he leans more towards Jay-Z or Kanye West.
Asked why the reunion movie was made after the 'thrilling climax' in 2003's 'American Wedding', Thomas responds, 'Jay-Z retired; he's back. Why don't you ask him that question?'
The 'Otis' rapper is spotted leaving the New York ultra-luxe boutique after reportedly purchasing an expensive bling amid swirling reports that he wants to renew vows with the 'Halo' songstress.
The 'Part of Me' hitmaker uses no profanities when performing the 'Watch the Throne' song for BBC's Radio 1 Live Lounge.
The rap mogul delights the crowd at South by Southwest festival with a number of songs including the most-requested track 'Glory'.
Sued last year by Syl Johnson, the rappers have reached a settlement with the blues singer over the sampling of 'Different Strokes'.
The 'Empire State of Mind' hitmaker is set to hold an interactive concert which will stream live from Austin City Limits on YouTube.