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The four heavyweight male rappers reply the 'Tik Tok' hitmaker's invitation to get sleazy by rapping extra verses in their signature styles in the crowded remix of the heavy bass banger.
The rapper defends Tracy Morgan's controversial stand-up joke which made fun of the LGBT community.
The 'Mistletoe' singer messes up the lyrics of 'Santa Claus Is Coming to Town' when singing it at the Rockefeller Center.
Wood reveals that there's a talk to re-dimensionalize the epic trilogy and shares that his character will only have a small part in 'The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey'.
In this black-and-white music video, the 'Born Free' singer shows his compassion along with T.I. and Angaleena Presley of Pistol Annies.
The newly-released song is a 'straight party record', while the album will be the first project where T.I. talks about things he's experienced before.
Rumor has it, Katy wants to take the break because she desires to spend more time with her husband Russell Brand and start a family.
Both 'I Do' and 'F.A.M.E' are expected to appear in Jeezy's long-delayed studio album 'Thug Motivation 103: Hustlerz Ambition'.
The 'Live Your Life' hitmaker joins his homies and cruises around the neighborhood of his hometown in this music video.
The 'I'm Flexin' ' rapper is considering to choose between 'Kill the King' and 'Trouble' as title for his upcoming studio album.
The 'Dead and Gone' hitmaker says of his verses, 'I haven't heard anybody but mine [but] I'm gonna put my money on mine.'
Instead of giving a look at a gory scene, the video focuses on Mary Elizabeth Winstead's character who tries to convince her partners that she has discovered a dangerous creature in her expedition.
After the October 2 duet which marks T.I.'s first live performance as a free man after the taping of BET Hip-Hop Awards, Swift tweets, 'Hands in the air- welcome back @Tip!!'
Now that he officially becomes a free man again, the 'Live Your Life' rapper celebrates his freedom by giving fans a first taste to his next album.
Serving almost a year in prison and less than a month in halfway house, the 'Bring Em Out' hitmaker is now a free man.