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Over the weekend, Steve Harvey hosted a mentoring program for at-risk youth outside of Atlanta with the help of Jeezy. The event took place at The Rock Ranch and was orchestrated through the decorated comedian’s ‘Harvey Foundation’ in association with Snowman’s ‘Street Dreams’ Foundation.

Check out some photos from the outreach occasion below and watch a video recap here.

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FADER magazine taps Rico Nasty for its latest cover star. The reveal is bundled with the announcement about her inking a fitting deal with Atlantic Records as well headlining her first U.S. tour. No subject was off limits during her intimate conversation with Tasbeeh Herwees, which took place at Disney World as she divulged information on everything from tragedy to triumph.

Peep the DMV sugar-trap sensation’s cover below and read the full cover story here.

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This Friday, Jorja Smith will release her highly anticipated ‘Lost & Found’ project. In conjunction with album drop, the UK vocalist linked up with Playboy Magazine for a steamy yet tasteful photo shoot.

Check out the exclusive pictures after the jump and be sure to purchase the LP later this week.

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After a 3 year musical hiatus, A$AP Rocky is finally gearing up to release his highly anticipated ‘Testing’ album. In conjunction with the LP, the Harlem rap staple covers Complex’s Summer 2018 issue. The cover story interview finds him detailing what its like to work with Kanye West, Nigo’s influence on Hip-Hop culture and of course the new project.

Check out the cover above and watch the intimate interview after the jump.

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Janet Jackson is the latest Billboard cover star. The 2018 BBMA’s Icon Award recipient discusses everything from upcoming music to early challenges in the music industry to the joys of motherhood in the during the intimate interview with the staple publication. She also reveals the importance of executing her artistic vision for the classic album ‘Rhythm Nation 1814’ and how records like Stevie Wonder’s “Songs In The Key of Life” were an inspiration.

View the flawless magazine cover after the jump and read the in-depth interview here.

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The Oscars of the fashion industry has arrived as the annual Met Gala takes place Monday night (May 7), at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. Presented by American Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour, the 2018 edition is co-hosted by Rihanna, human rights lawyer Amal Clooney (wife of George Clooney) and iconic designer Donatella Versace. The theme for this year’s extravaganza is “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination,” dictating sartorial-themed fashion choices for the invite-only soirée.

On the museum’s website, Costume Institute curator Andrew Bolton posted that despite this year’s theme potentially attracting controversy that “dress is fundamental to any discussion about religion.” He would later state, “although some might regard fashion as a frivolous pursuit far removed from the sanctity of religion, most of the vestments worn by the secular clergy and religious orders of the Catholic Church actually have their origins in secular dress.”

Many A-listers in entertainment and fashion will appear the Met Gala, arriving in over-the-top looks. Rihanna, Cardi B, Nicki Minaj, Solange Knowles, Diddy, A$AP Ferg, Donald Glover, Mary J. Blige, SZA, Migos, Rita Ora, Lana Del Rey, Jaden Smith and more donned some eye-catching and stylish outfits, showing off their grand and flamboyant style while posing for thousands of photographers. Check out photos from the star-studded event below.

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Fresh off his Inaugural #CombsFest hosted during Coachella, Diddy’s son Christian BKA King Combs takes a break from the studio to play poster boy for LA-based clothing brand Paraval. In conjunction with the rising apparel companies 2018 Spring release, The Runway Collection, the Badboy Records’ hip-hop heir can be seen sporting the lines orange “Jogger Sweatpants” to complement his classic 6-inch Timberland’s – giving off that nostalgic NYC swagger.

Other items from the ground control staff inspired set include “The Drop Crotch Jean,” “The Denim Straight Leg Jean,” “Cargo Pants,” “Bomber Jacket,” “Oversized T-Shirt,” “Sweatshirts” & “Jean Jacket.” Rooted in aviation and tactical wear, the Richard Currier & Omer H. Paracha created brands’ third collection was crafted from Italian salvage denim, Japanese satin, wool sherpa and terry cotton.

Peep the lookbook after the jump and take flight at paraval.us.

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Watch Beyoncé’s long-awaited Coachella 2018 performance, closing out Day 2 of the music festival. Now known as Beychella, the electrifying and monumental show featured a Destiny’s Child reunion, plus appearances by JAY-Z (“Déjà Vu”) and Solange Knowles (“Get Me Bodied”). The iconic 36-year-old entertainer made history becoming the first black woman to headline Coachella.

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The official kickoff to festival season started on Friday, as Day 1 of Coachella 2018 began at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, CA. The Weeknd headlined opening night with an electrifying set of hits, while SZA was joined by TDE labelmates Kendrick Lamar and Isaiah Rashad, plus Trippie Redd. Snoop Dogg brought the good vibes to Jamiroquai’s set, meanwhile Belly was joined by Rich the Kid and NAV over at the GOBI Tent. Chance the Rapper and H.E.R. made guest appearances earlier in the day for KYLE and Daniel Caesar’s sets respectively.

The major highlight from Day 1 came from the latest social media sensation, Mason Ramsey. Dubbed the “Walmart Kid,” Ramsey was invited by DJ/producer Whethan to yodel “Lovesick Blues” as Justin Bieber was enjoying the moment from backstage. A Coachella regular, Rihanna, was spotted moving around the Polo Club grounds watching a few of the late-night sets. Vince Staples (with Kendrick Lamar), Rita Ora, Jamie Foxx, Kelela, Steve Aoki also highlighted a busy first day. Check out some photos and video below.

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Bruno Mars and Kendrick Lamar dominated the 60th annual Grammy Awards in New York City on Sunday night (Jan. 28). Hosted by James Corden at NYC’s Madison Square Garden, music’s biggest night was lead by the pop singer and TDE MC, who walked away with the most of the nights. Mars, who performed his “Finesse” remix with Cardi B during the star-studded show, left with six GRAMMYs including the major three categories: “Album of the Year” (24K Magic), “Record of the Year” (“24K Magic”) and “Song of the Year” (“That’s What I Like”). For Kendrick Lamar, who opened the 2018 GRAMMYs with guests U2 and Dave Chappelle, the Compton lyricist won five awards including “Best Music Video” (“HUMBLE.”) and “Best Rap Album” (DAMN.), sweeping the rap category.

Childish Gambino landed his first-ever Grammy as “Redbone” won “Best Traditional R&B Performance,” and The Weeknd’s STARBOY LP won for “Best Urban Contemporary Album.” Going up against SZA, Lil’ Uzi Vert, Julia Michaels and Khalid, Canadian singer Alessia Cara earned her first Grammy by winning “Best New Artist.”

Check out the full winners list from the 2018 Grammy Awards below.

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