Drake took to Instagram to remember Redway, posting two different tributes.
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So, Gwyneth Paltrow's latest venture is partnering up with Edie Parker to make clutches with the names of famous rappers on them.
Obviously we had to make a Perez Toon about it!
It's hilarious and awesome, and is just the thing to make this Friday Eve even better.
Watch it (above) and see the actual clutches in the gallery (also above)!
It's been reported that Apple Music is being investigated over its alleged anticompetitive business practices in the music streaming market!
Streaming services and record labels have been summoned by New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman's office asking questions about Apple's Beats Music!
Schneiderman is probing major record labels like Sony, Warner Music, and Universal Music about their contracts to license music on the streaming services. According to a source, the Attorney General is:
Ahh! How cute!
In maybe one of the most adorable shots ever, it looks like Bey is having some fun in the pool with Blue!
These two basically do everything together, so it's no surprise the three-year-old would already know how to swim — even if it's with floaties on.
She's growing up so fast!!
Blue apparently has even started wearing lipstick, judging by another pic Bey uploaded on Thursday. Wow!
As for the rest of their vacay pics? We get a glimpse into their fabulously luxe life!
There seems to be no end to the private planes, helicopters, and yacht living for the Carters.
Looks like they had a special trip! Ch-ch-check out all the photos in the gallery (above)!
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He certainly isn't having a very good day…
Well, not only does Lil Wayne have to worry about possible hits out on his life, he now has a lawsuit against him as well.
If you consider yourself a hip-hop fan, then you're probably aware of the rapper's ongoing struggle to get both his music and/or contract dropped from Cash Money Records.
Since Wayne was not allowed to release his latest album Tha Carter V, he decided to bypass the rules and drop his album on TIDAL for free.
While he thought he found a loophole, Cash Money says that since they owned the music, Jay Z's streaming service broke the law and now owes them $50 million!
Do you know who Prince is? Well, if you don't have TIDAL, that may change!
The artist has followed Taylor Swift in pulling his music from Spotify, but he's gone a step further.
While Tay gave Apple a stern talking to, Prince has removed his catalog from their streaming service as well.
The Purple One's music is now exclusively available on Jay Z's artist-centric streaming service.
The move won't be a surprise to Prince's Twitter followers, with whom the artist regularly shared his disgust over Spotify and other services:
Enjoy it while it lasts, Talvin!
Now that they're officially a couple, Taylor Swift and Calvin Harris can boast about landing on Forbes' annual World's Highest-Paid Celebrity Couples list with a combined income of $156 million earned in 2014.
That's cool and all, but we all know these lists change from year to year, and Swifty and her DJ lover can only reign atop it if they don't break up.
So there is that, but let's live in the moment and enjoy this very impressive achievement for what it's worth.
Fingers crossed they last forever, of course!
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The Confederate flag has long been seen as a symbol of racism … and Sean Hannity is saying rap music is, too!
The conservative talk show host said on his radio show Thursday that if the Confederate flag is getting taken down, rap and hip-hop should get taken off the airwaves.
Um … okay!
Last time we checked, Hov's words didn't incite a civil war.
Hannity went so far to even take a dig at President Obama and his daughters:
"If it's OK for Obama's teenage daughters and people to go into these stores and buy music chock-full of the N-word, the B-word, well maybe we should consider banning that too. We're in the process of banning everything."
We think the free speech amendment that protects Hannity from expressing his views should apply to music artists too, right?!
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