President Barack Obama's oldest daughter turned the big 1-8 on Monday — so of course POTUS did what any dad would do… and sang her Happy Birthday on a national stage! LOL!
With none other than Kendrick Lamar and Janelle Monae along for the ride, the 54-year-old led the crowd at his last Fourth of July party at the White House in singing to Miz Malia.
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Michelle Obama's other half said of his first born:
"And just because it's a job of a father to embarrass his daughters, I've got one last job. It just so happens that we celebrate our country's birthday on the same day that we celebrate my oldest daughter's birthday."
Watch the sweet moment (below)!!
We told you about her fabulous dancers demolishing their arrival, and now the queen is officially here!!
Beyoncé opened the BET Awards splishing and splashing to Freedom — and best believe all eyes were on her following today's surprise announcement that she'd be performing this evening.
Guess Yoncé got in all the Hawaiian rest and relaxation she needed!
Bey wore a nude and black Julien Macdonald custom Swarovski crystal encrusted bodysuit — adorned with sequins and fringe — to sing her heart out barefoot in the water. The songstress completed the getup with golden makeup and perfect braids.
Check out another pic of her with performance buddy Kendrick Lamar (below)!
Beyoncé just stopped the show before it began!
The internet was abuzz hoping that Queen Bey might grace the BET Awards with her sweet presence on Sunday, and the Lemonade singer did not disappoint!
Bey kicked off the show with a crowd-pleasing performance of Freedom and got the stage soaking wet by dancing in the rain with her backup dancers!
Thankfully, Kendrick Lamar was wearing a poncho during his part — but despite all that water, the performance was still fiery hot!
Ch-ch-check out the AH-Mazing opening performance (below)!
Just like Reebok's Classic Leather sneaker, Kendrick Lamar is timeless.
That's why the King Kunta rapper makes the perfect spokesperson to merge the worlds of music and sneaker culture with the power of spoken word!
In a new video paying homage to the authenticity of the iconic kicks, K-Dot tells the story of what the sneaker he grew up wearing means to him — a form of self expression that gives him the confidence to stay true to who he is.
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Wow — who knew the Grammy-winner's artistic inspiration came from a pair of sneakers!?
Ch-ch-check out Kendrick's motivational video (below)!
We have a feeling gems like this are going to be popping up for a long time.
It's been nearly two weeks since Prince was found dead in his Minnesota recording studio, and secret moments from his life are still just surfacing for the first time.
For instance, did you know that the 57-year-old musician once had an underground show with Kendrick Lamar at his Paisley Park estate two years before his death?!
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Apparently, the two Grammy winners — who interestingly enough each have seven gramophones to their name — performed What's My Name for a crowd of superfans back in 2014, and the video finally found its way online this week!
They sound as AH-Mazing as you'd expect, but the real treat is just getting to see Prince like we've literally never seen him before.
Rest in peace, sweet Prince.
Ch-ch-check out Prince and Kendrick's live rendition of What's My Name (below)!!!
In Ice Cube's first Coachella set he fell short of reuniting all of N.W.A. after Dr. Dre didn't show up.
But this week, the 46-year-old actor and rapper was finally able to pull it off!
On Saturday night, Cube and the rest of the surviving members of the rap group — MC Ren, DJ Yella, AND Dre — took the stage for a VERY memorable performance!
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After Ren, Yella, and Ice pumped the crowd up with Straight Outta Compton, Cube asked the crowd:
"Is there a doctor in the motherf*cking house?"
Of course this is when