Europe seems to be filled with surprises as of late. While Drake borught out Rihanna recently, Beyonce called on hubby Jay-Z to show face at her London show last night to perform “Drunk in Love”.
“Ladies and gentlemen, give it up for my man!”
Last night Schoolboy Q celebrated the release of his album Oxymoron by putting on a free show in the Hooters parking lot across from the Staples Center in Los Angeles. During his set, he brought out Kendrick Lamar for “Collard Greens”, Kurupt for “The Purge” and Mac Miller for “Yay Yay”. Seattle Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner also joined the rapper on stage.
ScHoolboy Q took his promo tour over to the Arsenio Hall Show, performing Oxymoron’s lead single, “Man of the Year.”
To celebrate the release of Oxymoron yesterday, ScHoolboy Q joined forces with BJ The Chicago Kid to perform their collaboative single “Studio” on Conan last night.
Rick Ross took over the Jimmy Fallon stage last night to perform “The Devil Is A Lie,” smoothly and soulfully backed up by the Tonight Show’s official band, The Roots.
Last month, SmashMouth Entertainment gathered some of Toronto’s youngest artists (all 90s babies, to be exact) to create the Yxung Toronto Lxrds Cypher. The near 50-minute vide shows Dillan Ponders, Jimmy B, SeT, Tray, Terrell Morris, Raheem, X.Zavier and Devontee giving it their all, while backed by music from The Bass6 and production from MMac and BATMANONTHEBEATZ.
Last night, Jimmy Fallon kicked off his new gig as the host of the Tonight Show in New York with a bang! His first night featured cameos and appearances by Will Smith, U2, Tina Fey, Stephen Colbert, Robert De Niro and more. The most entertaining bit of the show came at the hands of Jimmy and Will Smith’s partnership for this quick skit called “The Evolution Of Hip-Hop Dancing.” Watch the video above!
Alongside Pharrell’s performance, Kendrick Lamar took to the stage to perform “m.A.A.d. city” and “Bitch, Don’t Kill My Vibe.”