Nicki Minaj has been known for her colorful antics and sexy image and there’s no slowing her down with the release of the Winter edition of “PAPER” magazine. Inside the issue, she talks about her upcoming album and even stated that if she ever did a joint album with another artist, it would only be with Beyoncé.
Some women have spoken out against the cover stating that it is over sexualized and inappropriate; especially for young girls who look up to Nicki.
For the full interview visit papermag.com
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Colin Kaepernick is GQ‘s Citizen of the Year. While Kap maintains his silent protest, he collaborated with GQ on a special project: a wide-ranging series of interviews with ten of his closest confidants and supporters—including rapper J. Cole, filmmaker Ava DuVernay, legendary artist Harry Belafonte, and more. Together, they explore Colin Kaepernick’s actions, provide insight into his world right now, and explain why there’s more work to be done.
Check out some dope photos of Kap below:
Eminem surprised the world yesterday when he released his first single “Walk on Water,” f/Beyonce. It caused a firestorm on Twitter and was trending for hours. The new song is the long-awaited single from his forthcoming album “Revival.”
The soulful and introspective song see’s Eminem in a different light reflecting over his life and the pressures that sometimes encompass being a successful celebrity. The track has already landed at #1 on itunes.
Take a listen below:
Have you heard the new Remy Ma f/Lil’ Kim song? Well “Wake Me Up,” premiered earlier today to mixed reviews. The song pays homage to Lil Kim’s classic song “Queen Bi**h,” and made famous again by Mary J Blige when she released “I Can Love You.”
“Wake Me Up,” is the first single from Remy’s long-awaited sophomore album, “7 Winters, 6 Summers.”
Did Remy do her thing? Y’all ready for her new album?
If you were a fan of the hit series “Underground,” well sad news below. The show creator, Misha Green has confirmed the show still has not been picked up by another network since the WGN network did not renew the period series.
“Underground,” which told the story of the Macon 7, who were runaway slaves on their quest to freedom; was a story of triumph and resilience. A story about slavery that still needs to be told and heard. Of course a network would choose not to pick it back up. Yes, I understand that period pieces are often more expensive to film considering costumes, set design and other expenses to create such a period in time. But there are enough resources out here to pull together and make it happen if people really wanted to.
John Legend, one of the executive producers even sought out Oprah and her OWN network to help fund the continuation. However, they cited not have the funds due to their own big production of “Queen Sugar.”
Hopefully, someone will see the importance of “Underground,” and quickly get it back into production. In the meantime take a look at the message Misha Green posted: