‘The Arsenio Hall Show’ continued its successful comeback into the world of late night television by welcoming rapper Kendrick Lamar and actor David Oyelowo from ‘The Butler’ last night. Watch clips from the show after the jump.
Yesterday, Snoop Lion dropped by 106 & Park to announce that he will host this year’s BET Hip-Hop Awards, which will be taped Sept. 28 at the Boisfeuillet Jones Atlanta Civic Center, and aired on Oct. 15. Trinidad James (that damn hair) and French Montana were also in the building.
Kendrick Lamar received the most nominations with 14. Drake earned 13 nominations and J. Cole scored 10 nods. Check out the complete list of nominees for the 2013 BET Hip-Hop Awards after the jump.
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Recently promotion for the BET Awards ’13 has been about as quiet as Olivia’s career, so we were hoping they hadn’t secretly cancelled it. Thankfully, President of Music Programming and Specials Stephen G. Hill heard our cries and blessed us with a sign.
Host Chris Tucker along with
the leader of the Golden Lords Chris Brown, Kendrick Lamar, Tamar Braxton, and Cadillac Lifetime Achievement Award recipient Charlie Wilson were all present at the Icon Ultra Lounge in Los Angeles yesterday to share details about this year’s show at a press conference.
SXSW is a musty music fan’s wettest dream. Click through the gallery below for flicks around the music and media conference, including shots from T.I. (I’m petty for that), Snoop Dogg, Kendrick Lamar, Pharrell, Ice Cube, LL Cool J, Kid Cudi and others.
Also included, a demure sprinkle of Bobby V.
Solange and Kendrick Lamar were photographed outside of the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York City on Tuesday (February 26). What’s your verdict on Solo’s pretty in polka dots style statement?
You can watch Blue Ivy’s sugar cookie go-getter, who is currently embarking on a North America tour, rock out “Don’t Let Me Down” tonight. In the meantime, check out K. Dot perform a Drake-free version of “Poetic Justice” backed by a full band.