The video for Rich Gang's "100 Favors" displays a level of opulence that only Birdman can pull off. The Cash Money Records head honcho, along with Detail and guest Kendrick Lamar, is hanging out in an enormous mansion in the Hannah Lux Davis-directed video. With marble sculptures and a swimming pool, the mansion is fit for the level of success Rich Gang embodies, even though the rest of the group is not present for the video. "100 Favors" was produced by Detail, who plays a piano both indoors and outdoors here. The Rich Gang album came out back in July.
Cuffing season is upon us. And, if you’re broke, Old Man Winter’s arsenal of biting winds, frigid temperatures, and snowstorms can be especially painful. While the rest of the world cuddles under a heated blanket, you’re scrolling Tinder at a bus stop and delivering exhales into your ice-cold hands. SMH. Summer can’t come fast enough.
But, miraculously, you meet someone who’s willing to let you buy them a drink, and things escalate quickly. You’ve found a person to alleviate your seasonal loneliness, but now you have to keep them, which isn’t easy when you’re paying an X-Box controller off in installments. Vex over finances and dating a little less with this helpful guide for surviving cuffing season on a budget.
I heard that the boy Nipsey Hussel is now ROC NATION! You might remember, Jay Z bought 100 copies of Nipsey’s Crenshaw album, which was priced at $100. That’s $10k. That’s love and respect
Oprah Winfrey has amassed a $2.9 billion fortune, had a nationally syndicated talk show last for 25 years and basically has it all, except children. In a recent interview with The Hollywood Reporter, the iconic mogul explains how her ambition prevented her from having children.
Oprah admits that while her best friend and mother of two Gayle King was picking the names of her future children, she was having “daydreams about how I could be Martin Luther King.” This unwavering passion and her subsequent decades of success are the primary reasons Oprah has never had children:
They would have ended up on the equivalent of the Oprah show talking about me; because something [in my life] would have had to suffer and it would’ve probably been them.
Today (December 12th), the full list of nominees for the 71st annual Golden Globes were announced and surprisingly Lee Daniels’ The Butler was completely shut out. The Hollywood Reporter interview happened months before the nominations were announced, however Oprah sensed Hollywood was still not keen to her even after her critically acclaimed performance in The Butler:
That’s the reality of being 59 and female, not to mention a woman of color.
The 71st annual Golden Globes will take place on January 12th.