After a long legal battle personal items once belonging to Madonna go up for sale. Rough cut (no reporter narration)
You know it’s a new age when rapper begin making cuts about their social media life (“Down In The DM” anyone?) but while most would rap about how glorious they are in their social media conquests, Casanova decided to go the opposite route and talk about getting curved… kinda.
In his new visual for “Block Me” the Brooklyn rapper uses his big boy mansion as the backdrop for his story about a woman who got all in her emotions after scrolling through his IG page and eventually hit the “Block” button. Happens to the best of us, b.
From the east to the west and present to the past, YG takes things back to the slavery days and makes a break for his freedom in his provocative clip for “Stop Snitchin.” Kinda surprised there wasn’t a rainbow haired snitchin’ ass villain in this joint. Just sayin.’
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CASANOVA – “BLOCK ME”
YG – “STOP SNITCHIN”
LIL UZI VERT – “THAT’S A RACK”
MATT OX FT. CHIEF KEEF – “JETLAG”
BEAST COAST – “LEFT HAND”
GASHI & G-EAZY – “MY YEAR”
CLIFF SAVAGE – “GAS”
ETO & SUPERIOR FT. SKYZOO – “TAKE Y’ALL BACK”
In their first game since news broke of Anthony Davis’ trade request, the Pelicans were down five of their top six scorers and still managed to top the Rockets 121-116 in Houston on Tuesday night.
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Elon Musk triggered a fraud investigation and a fine from the Securities Exchange Commission after he fired off a tweet that he was going to take his company Tesla public at $ 420 per share. At the time, the tweet was made with his ex-girlfriend Grimes and Azealia Banks in his presence and investors in a lawsuit against him with to subpoena the women but Musk’s legal team is hoping to block the move.
“It is readily apparent that this is more of an effort to sensationalize these proceedings than a legitimate attempt to preserve evidence,” attorney Dean Kristy said in a filing Thursday in federal court in San Francisco.
The Tesla shareholders say the former girlfriend, Canadian singer Claire Elise Boucher, also known as Grimes, may have first-hand knowledge about what Musk was thinking Aug. 7 when he shocked the world with a tweet: “Am considering taking Tesla private at $ 420. Funding secured.”
The investors claim Musk and Tesla manipulated the company’s share price. They allege Musk lied about funding to push the shares higher and ambush short sellers betting against the company.
The investors cite news media accounts placing Musk in the company of Boucher, and rapper Azealia Banks, around the time of the tweet. They contend it’s not unreasonable to subpoena Boucher and Banks to ensure the preservation of anything in writing that might be relevant to the lawsuit — Twitter and Instagram messages in particular.
Banks responded to news of the filing by Musk’s attorney, writing, “This is going to get extremely ugly” before deleting the post.
Jarrett Allen’s block on Tuesday was only the ninth time LeBron James has been denied on a dunk attempt in his career.
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A collection from the archives of the 1939 film are going up for auction in December and could fetch up to $ 1.2 million. Rough cut (no reporter narration).
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“The Voice” isn’t just introducing Kelly Clarkson as a coach for Season 14. They NBC singing competition is changing things up during the blind auditions with a new feature called The Block. Learn how and when judges can use it. Plus, find out more about how Kelly fits into the panel of Blake Shelton, Adam Levine and Alicia Keys as the newest coach. “The Voice” returns Mon., Feb. 26 at 8/7c on NBC.
In 1961, after being signed with RCA Records for just six years, a young singer named Elvis Presley reached a major career milestone: becoming the first artist in history to sell 75 million copies of his records. To celebrate the occasion, RCA presented him with a white gold Omega watch fitted with a diamond bezel, the kind of gift normally reserved for a 75th wedding anniversary. And this spring, that watch will go on sale as one of the marquee lots in Phillipsâ annual watch auction in Geneva.
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The Ghost been, well, ghost for a minute but he’s back with some heat for the streets.
Linking up with Nino Man, Styles P gets into cipher mode and burns down some trees with the crew while he and Nino kick some bars and crush up some more greenery in the clip to “Block Fear.”
Speaking of smoke, Sir and ScHoolboy Q blow tons of it into the air while accompanied by some women sitting on glowing clouds in the visuals to “Something Foreign.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from PapaBlack Davinci featuring Jim Jones and Freekey Zekey, Lama Squad, and more.
STYLES P FT. NINO MAN – “BLOCK FEAR”
SIR FT. SCHOOLBOY Q – “SOMETHING FOREIGN”
PAPABLACK DAVINCI FT. JIM JONES & FREEKEY ZEKEY – “SEE THE SHINE”
LAMA SQUAD – “BACK TO THE EAST”
NBA 3THREE FT. NBA YOUNGBOY – “MURDA”
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WIRED Editor-in-chief Nick Thompson sits down with Instagram CEO, Kevin Systrom, to talk about the platform’s bold plan to use AI to block hateful comments posted by trolls.
At the CNN democratic debate on Tuesday, Dana Bash, who joined moderator Anderson Cooper in asking questions, turned the conversation to paid family leave. Bash asked Hillary Clinton, who supports mandated paid family leave, what…
Police in Poland blockaded a stretch of tracks after the alleged discovery of an abandoned train rumored to be the “Nazi gold train,” a freight car reportedly filled with gold and gems before vanishing in 1945 and a target of treasure hunters who, police say, risk their safety by investigating the still-active tracks for clues. What do you think?
(AllHipHop News) Lil Wayne’s attempt to show love to his city by hosting the first Lil Weezyana Fest appeared to turn into the latest battle between Apple and Tidal. When Drake hit the stage at the New Orleans event, the live stream on Tidal shut down.
[ALSO READ: Drake’s Performance At ‘Lil Weezyana Fest’ Blocked From Streaming On Tidal Due To Apple Interference]
The Jay Z fronted company accused Apple of blocking Tidal from streaming Drake. According to reports, Apple threatened to sue Tidal for $ 20 million if the Toronto entertainer appeared on the platform.
Drake signed a reported $ 19 million exclusive deal with the tech giant’s new streaming service Apple Music. However, team Drizzy claimed Apple had nothing to do with him not appearing on Tidal’s live broadcast.
“The decision to not have Drake participate in the Tidal stream has nothing to do with Apple or Drake’s deal,” Drake’s manager Future the Prince told BuzzFeed. “I made a business decision. Apple doesn’t have the power to stop us from being part of a live stream. The only people that have the power to do that are Cash Money and Universal, and they’re our partners.”
Tidal then countered Future’s statement by claiming they have proof Apple was involved in the black-out. A representative for Tidal issued a response to Buzzfeed but chose not to provide evidence.
“We have all the email receipts and written correspondence that took place with said, blocked performance. That being said we choose to keep it classy,” stated a Tidal spokesperson.
The Lil Weezyana Fest situation may still be unclear at the moment, but Future the Prince’s statement did confirmed that Drake is still officially signed to Cash Money Records. There had been speculation whether the OVO leader’s latest project If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late was his final album for the label, therefore making him a free agent.
[ALSO READ: Drake’s “If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late” Was Originally To Be A Gangsta Grillz Mixtape]
PHOTOS: Cash Money, Roc Nation
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Photographs and a custom gown once worn by Jackie Kennedy go up for sale. Alicia Powell reports.
Sure, it’s got a sleek design and a user-friendly operating system, but just how durable is the Apple iPad? We put the touchscreen gadget through three challenges to find out how much it can really take.
Bill Cosby is seeking to keep the lid on material linked to a confidential 2006 settlement of a Philadelphia sex-assault lawsuit.
For fall, designers sent an open invitation to go bold or go home, peppering collections with fresh color-blocked geometric motifs. The technique transformed familiar shapes — jumpers, A-line skirts, flared pants, crossbody bags — into simple yet sophisticated additions to a wardrobe desperate for a jolt of fun.
“19 Kids and Counting” may survive the Josh Duggar molestation scandal, but Josh might not. Connected industry sources tell TMZ, TLC is considering a number of options, weighing the pros and cons. One is to cancel the show outright, the other is to just…
Real Madrid trounced Granada CF on Sunday with a final score of 9-1.
But as this Vine painfully illustrates, it wasn’t for a lack of effort, as one Granada defender left it all on the field — and then some — while failing to block the first goal of the game, scored by Gareth Bale:
Following Bale’s game-opening score, Cristiano Ronaldo proceeded to score five goals of his own, three of which he scored in a period of just eight minutes.
Here is your chance to own some of the best personal items belonging to arguably cinema’s worst director: A collection of notebooks, candid photos, press clippings and more amassed by infamous B-movie extraordinaire Ed Wood, the filmmaker responsible for the critically reviled cult classics Plan 9 From Outer Space and Glen…
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A Mississippi school board has rewritten the district’s rules on school clubs after a student expressed interest in forming what the superintendent called “gay clubs.”
According to the Clarion-Ledger, a student at Brandon High School in Rankin County approached a teacher about starting a Gay-Straight Alliance chapter, which is aimed at creating safe spaces for students regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity. According to the teacher, the student sent the proposal for the new club to school administrators.
On Wednesday, the Rankin County School Board voted to require students to get permission from parents before joining clubs. Officials deny that they knew about the club before making their decision, although superintendent Lynn Weathersby met recently with county administrators and the school board attorney to discuss how to legally “limit organizations like that on campus that we don’t want to endorse and don’t want.”
Brandon High School did not return The Huffington Post’s request for comment.
The school board’s decision was quickly condemned by advocacy groups and civil rights organizations.
“This policy sends a harmful message to LGBT students in Rankin County that they are not welcomed within their classrooms, at school functions or on the bus,” said Mississippi’s Human Rights Campaign director Rob Hill in a statement. “The board’s actions tell LGBT students that they should be ashamed of who they are and that their lives are valued less than their peers.”
“I was greatly disturbed when I heard what was said by the superintendent and his board attorney, because he should know better,” American Civil Liberties Union Legal Director Charles Irvin told WAPT. “What I want to see changed is that you not try to hide behind abstinence only to say that is the rationale for keeping students from being able to assemble.”
Though school board officials stated that the new restrictions apply to all clubs and are not unlawful, Rankin County School Board attorney Freddie Harrell also claimed that a GSA club might violate the state’s abstinence-only education policies. Courts have rebuked school districts that have made similar arguments in attempting to block GSAs from forming, finding that clubs are dedicated to promoting tolerance and raising awareness of prejudice in schools.
According to the ACLU, 15 federal courts have upheld students’ rights to form GSAs under the Equal Access Act, which prevents schools from discriminating against clubs based on the content of the meetings.
Mississippi is one of nine states with restrictive laws that maintain strict goals for teaching students about sexuality and essentially bar teachers from educating students about LGBT issues.
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From unreleased Bob Dylan song lyrics to Willie Nelson’s braids to John Lennon’s “Paperback Writer” guitar, it’s been an interesting few months for rock memorabilia on the auction block. That trend looks to continue in 2015 as a few more rare music-related items will go to a winning bidder: Elvis Presley’s private planes……
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The Minnesota Timberwolves have put veteran swingman Corey Brewer back on the trading block, according to league sources.
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