Justin Bieber posted a photo on Instagram that he didn’t delete. JB documented his studio session with Chris Brown. According to the caption, the two made a song for the fans. How thoughtful. Both have […]
A snippet of the song plays underneath intense scenes from the movie, which finds Washington playing a man who inadvertently takes on the Russian mafia.
Released today, the clip gives more of a visual peek into the two’s rocky relationship, complementing the story that had already been told in the song itself.
Early last month, Eminem let it be known via Instagram that none other than Spike Lee would be handling directing duties for his next music video, “Headlights.” Lee flew out to the rapper’s hometown of Detroit to captured authentic images for the clip.
Eminem has taken to using his Instagram as a means to announce major shows. First there was his rumored spot at the Austin City Limits Music Festival that stemmed from a post last month, and now, the rapper is repping an upcoming show in one of England’s most hallowed arenas.
Eminem is giving rappers all over the world one shot to seize everything they ever wanted with his new rap battle competition league, Total Slaughter, which will hold its first event this summer in New York City.
This year’s Austin City Limits Festival features a diverse lineup that includes Eminem, Pearl Jam, OutKast, Skrillex, Beck and Calvin Harris.
Since its release last November, you’ve heard “The Monster,” Eminem’s song featuring Rihanna, plenty of times. But you’ve never heard it performed live — not until the MTV Movie Awards last night, anyway.
Spike Lee even left his beloved city of New York to head over to Em’s hometown of Detroit.
We already knew some of the headliners (Eminem, Kings of Leon, Arctic Monkeys, Skrillex), but the official release revealed a few new acts on the bill including Foster the People, Lorde, Avett Brothers and the rest of the bill.