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The rock band is performing their 1997 single called 'Dammit' when LL Cool J walks onstage and performs his 1991 song, 'Mama Said Knock You Out'.
The TV host/comedian invites actor/singer Alan Cumming for a duet called 'Oopsie-Daisy Homophobe' for his spoof.
In 'Weekend Update' segment, Kenan Thompson plays the rapper who admits that the song is not good musically and that 'all we're trying to do is start a conversation.'
After their first collaboration 'Accidental Racist' drew much attention, the unlikely new duo releases another duet 'Live for You'.
The rapper defends his new collaboration track with the country crooner, saying he's very much proud of it.
The country crooner's controversial new song with the rapper addresses such issues as racism and slavery.
The 'I'm Bad' hitmaker releases the stylish visuals to accompany his latest song lifted off his thirteenth studio set 'Authentic Hip-Hop'.
The 'Begin Again' hitmaker and Grammy awardee herself will co-host the live event with LL Cool J on December 5.
Following the funeral service at the Frank E. Campbell Funeral Chapel in Manhattan, the founder of Violator Management is laid to rest at the George Washington Memorial Park.
Jonathan A. Kirby pleads not guilty when appearing in a Los Angeles courtroom and will return for another hearing on September 10.
Jonathan Kirk faces a maximum of 38 years in prison if he's convicted of burglary for breaking into LL Cool J's house in Los Angels.
The rapper gave a man who sneaked into his L.A. home some good punches and held him until the police arrived.
A video of Whitney singing her iconic single 'I Will Always Love You' is shown on the screen, and it's followed by a standing ovation from the crowd.
Minaj raps and moves her curvaceous body to Cool J's beatboxing, but then she tells him to 'pause' when he is unable to keep up with her.
Find out what makes Cool J say that he loves Minaj less when the two team up to promote the upcoming 54th Annual Grammy Awards in this new commercial.