- Ice Cube brought out his old N.W.A. pal Dr. Dre during his set at Coachella – TMZ
- Here’s the latest on Prince‘s autopsy results – Radar
- Demi Lovato says her body isn’t perfect with new bikini photo – US Weekly
- This celeb says Prince helped bring him out of a depression – Huffington Post
- It looks like Chloe Moretz and Brooklyn Beckham are back on – Just Jared Jr
- Mariah Carey has a wardrobe malfunction in Paris – Lainey Gossip
- When will Game of Thrones end? Find out here! – The Hollywood Reporter
- Fifth Harmony pushes their album release date back – J-14
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Kendrick Lamar speaks on stage while inducting the legendary rap group N.W.A. into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on Friday (April 8) at Barclays Center in New York City.
During their speech, N.W.A. blasted Gene Simmons for recently saying that “rap will die.”
“I want to say to Mr. Gene Simmons that hip-hop is here forever — get used to it,” MC Ren started off the speech (via LoudWire).
“The question is, ‘Are we rock ‘n’ roll?’ and I say ‘You g–damn right we rock ‘n’ roll!’ Rock ‘n’ roll is not an instrument — rock ‘n’ roll is not even a style of music. Rock ‘n’ roll is a spirit! A spirit that’s been going since the blues, jazz, bebop, soul, R&B, rock ‘n’ roll, heavy metal, punk rock, and, yes, hip-hop!” Ice Cube continued. “And what connects us all is that spirit — that’s what connects us all is that spirit. Rock ‘n’ roll is not conforming to the people who came before you, but creating your own path in music and life. That is rock ‘n’ roll and that is us. Rock ‘n’ roll is not conforming, rock ‘n’ roll is outside the box and rock ‘n’ roll is N.W.A.”
Ewan McGregor hits the red carpet with his co-stars Don Cheadle and Emayatzy Corinealdi while attending the premiere of their film Miles Ahead held at the Writers Guild Theater on Tuesday (March 29) in Beverly Hills, Calif.
The three stars were joined at the event by Regina King, Lenny Kravitz, Michael Ealy, Aloe Blacc, Dr. Dre and his wife Nicole Young, Garcelle Beauvais, Alfre Woodard and Don‘s partner Bridgid Coulter, who all came out to show their support.
While promoting Miles Ahead, Ewan revealed that production is officially underway for Trainspotting 2 to start filming in May.
“The script only arrived very recently, which was really, really, really good. I think, if that had not happened, none of us would be into it,” Ewan told Collider. “I think we’re all sort of somewhat protective of what Trainspotting means to people, and what it means to us. None of us want to make a poor sequel to it. So had we not been presented with the most extraordinary script, which we were, I think we wouldn’t be making the sequel. But because we were, we are.”
Ewan McGregor Confirms ‘Trainspotting’ Sequel
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Dr. Dre is set to star in and executive produce a brand new scripted television series titled Vital Signs exclusively for Apple.
This is the media and electronics company’s first foray into the original and scripted television content world, though it’s not currently known if the six-episode series will be released on Apple Music, Apple TV, the iTunes store, or another Apple platform.
Dre‘s show is “billed as semi-autobiographical, with each episode focusing on a different emotion and how Dre’s character deals with it,” according to THR.
The show will have a run-time of 30 minutes, but it is a dark drama and not a comedy. Sam Rockwell and Murder in the First‘s Mo McCrae are also set to star in the series.
Dr. Dre has issued a statement to apologize to the women in his past who he has allegedly assaulted.
Following the massive success of his biopic Straight Outta Compton, journalist Dee Barnes spoke out about how his attacks on women were left out of the movie. Now, the rapper and billionaire mogul has released a statement to The New York Times.
“Twenty-five years ago I was a young man drinking too much and in over my head with no real structure in my life,” Dre said. “However, none of this is an excuse for what I did. I’ve been married for 19 years and every day I’m working to be a better man for my family, seeking guidance along the way. I’m doing everything I can so I never resemble that man again.”
“I apologize to the women I’ve hurt. I deeply regret what I did and know that it has forever impacted all of our lives,” Dre concluded.
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- Get the scoop on Dr. Dre‘s big return to music – US Weekly
- Britney Spears will reportedly be under her conservatorship for the rest of her life – TMZ
- Cara Delevingne has debuted new pink hair – Just Jared Jr
- Travi$ Scott charged with disorderly conduct after Lollapalooza set – Entertainment Weekly
- Tom Cruise had a really good weekend – Lainey Gossip
- Bindi Irwin gushes about her new boyfriend – TooFab
- Nicki Minaj‘s security team has left her “heartbroken” – MTV
- 18 actors who have dated their co-stars – Popsugar
The 56-year-old entertainer hit the stage to honor dancer Charles “Lil Buck” Riley while the 42-year-old rapper gave a speech for honorees Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine at the event celebrating the most innovative and influential talents whose groundbreaking accomplishments have shaped their respective fields.
“Only for you Lil Buck! @wallstreetjournal #rebelheart,” Madonna shared on her Instagram account along with a pic of herself on-stage.
FYI: Madonna is wearing a Miu Miu dress and shoes. Eminem is wearing G-Star.
10+ pictures inside of Madonna, Eminem, and others at WSJ. Magazine’s 2014 Innovator Of The Year Awards… More Here! »