The two biggest tours of the fall have already run into issues despite the fact they've just begun. Drake had to postpone a Would You Like a Tour? stop in Philadelphia due to technical issues on Saturday (Oct. 19) and now Kanye West has faced a Yeezus tour dilemma.
All eyes are on Iggy Azalea as she steps into a secluded private dining hall at the posh Mondrian SoHo Hotel in New York City. She's here to be interviewed by eager journalists and to promote her boldly-titled debut 'The New Classic.'
As promised, Paris Hilton gives her debut single an accompanying video. The 'Good Time' visual features a pool party with a solid number of attendees. The exact occasion isn't really clear, but apparently that doesn't matter since Hilton is an attendee.
A little over a decade ago Joaquin Phoenix was known as the villainous Emperor Commodus from 'Gladiator.' Now he's known for having a production credit for a song on a hip-hop album he apparently didn't even produce.
Nobody ever really wins when it comes to Drake -- the man who rules the fall season and social media conversation with his recently leaked 'Nothing Was the Same.' Writers and critics who focus in on him constantly risk getting scrutinized themselves because of his iconic status. Even if one blogs about the most essential news concerning Drake, that person risks earning the ever dubious title of a "d--- rider." Cover him too little and risk the ire of fans and fellow writers who constantly seek to crown him as mainstream rap's king.
A vast majority of Americans would freak out if they lost anything close to $1 million, but for Diddy, it's a minor inconvenience. He lost that amount to Rick Ross this past weekend, and he seems kind of OK with it.
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