Starring Detroit’s finest, Eminem, Royce Da 5’9, Big Sean, Danny Brown, DeJ Loaf and Trick Trick, stomp around on their home turf in the black & white visuals. Carrying the rugged spirit of the Motor City on their backs, this group of super friends show why they aren’t afraid to take on any clique.

You can find the track on the 2014 SHADY XV compilation album.


Rihanna just dropped her highly anticipated collab with Kanye West and Paul McCartney titled “FourFiveSeconds.” The acoustic single continues with the stripped-down aesthetic of “Only One,” with McCartney once again handling instrumentation—this time on the guitar—and Ty Dolla $ign contributing background vocals. Both Kanye and Rihanna remind us of their DGAF mentality, allowing for the possibility that they might spaz out and end up in jail.

Kirby Lauryen, Mike Dean, Dave Longstreth, Dallas Austin, Elon Rutberg, and Noah Goldstein are also featured on the credits.


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Birdman and Lil Wayne aren’t seeing eye to eye on settlement talks  and all hell has broken loose! Wayne is suing Birdman claiming that he owes him $8 million.

As TMZ reported … the 2 titans tried coming to terms this week but it wasn’t meant to be. Now Wayne will ask a judge to declare him free of Cash Money and Birdman’s control. Wayne says Birdman has violated their contract by withholding the release of his new album.

Sources say Wayne believes Birdman owes him money for his latest album — it was supposed to be an advance.

Birdman has held firm … he will release the album “in due time,” but clearly that’s not good enough for Wayne.

We’re told Wayne will keep recording but he will release his works outside of the Cash Money umbrella

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Sports illustrated reports,

A man would grow old, wrecked by madness or more by shame, trying to find just one posed photograph of Ernie Banks when he was not smiling, or just one recorded complaint from the man, or just one negative word about him from anyone with a shred of human decency. Ernie Banks, the great symbol not only of Chicago Cubs baseball but also of a Major League Baseball ideal, really was that kind and that joyful.

In 1969, when Banks was two years from the finish line to his 19-year career, a Chicago Cubs teammate told Sports Illustrated writer Mark Kram what would happen when Banks passed on.

“When Ernie dies, and the undertaker is finished, he’ll rise up and say, ‘Nice job, buddy.’”

Banks died Friday, eight days before his 84th birthday. No word yet from the undertaker on acts of kindness from the beyond.

Banks played his entire Hall of Fame career, 2,528 games from 1953 through ’71, with one team, the Cubs. Only three men ever hit more than his 512 home runs while playing in one place: Mike Schmidt, Mickey Mantle and Ted Williams. Banks never left and he never disappointed, becoming, quite literally, the definition of a franchise player: Mr. Cub.


People Magazine report,

Like any new mom, Kathy Beitz had countless worries about giving birth, among them was how she would see her newborn’s first moments of life.

Legally blind since childhood, Beitz was desperate to find a way to see her infant son on the day he was born, the Huffington Post reports. Thankfully, her sister Yvonne Felix, who is also blind, found a solution.

Felix reached out to eSight, a company that produces glasses that allow low-vision individuals to see, for help. The company loaned out a set of their $15,000 glasses for Beitz and her baby’s big day.

“For the first baby that I get to actually look at being my own is very overwhelming,” Beitz said of the moment. “Even to look at my husband – looking at him was such a good feeling. I got to fall in love with him.”
After going through the birth of her own children without sight, Felix was focused on making sure her sister didn’t experience same thing.

“Kathy got to see what my struggles were and the things that I missed out on and the things that were hard for me as a parent,” Felix said. “Something like being able to see your baby when it’s born – I didn’t get that experience. When I first tried the glasses, I had a 6-year-old and a 2-month-old, so I still never had those first few moments.”


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Singer Monica is in the studio working on a new album, Code Red, recording with producer Polow Da Don  and up-and-coming lesbian singer/songwriter Jo’zzy (pictured below). Here is what she tweeted:

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