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West Coast rap legend Snoop Dogg takes literal shots at President Donald Trump in the visuals for his latest single, "Lavender."

Ken Bone, who attained semi-celebrity status after the second debate, claimed on an “Ask Me Anything” Reddit thread that Trayvon Martin’s shooting death “was justified."

Pop legends Black Eyed Peas band together with some of music’s top artists & celebrities for the 2016 version of “Where Is The Love?”. Catch appearances from Kendall Jenner, Mary J. Blige, Diddy, DJ Khaled, Quincy Jones, Snoop Dogg, Kareem Abdul Jabbar, Randy Jackson, Wilmer Valderrama, A$AP Rocky, Tori Kelly, Nicole Scherzinger, Jamie Foxx, Jessie […]

There’s no one cooler than Snoop Doggy Dog—but adding a dash of Martha Stewart to the mix could be just the right formula for a reality show. According to reports, Stewart and Snoop will star in a new VH1 series together entitled Martha & Snoop’s Dinner Party. The show will feature the entertaining pair teaming up to throw […]

Remember that one time Snoop Dogg and Martha Stewart made mashed potatoes together? And remember how badly everyone wanted them to get a cooking show after that? Thanks to VH1, Martha & Snoop’s Dinner Party is now a thing, and it’s making its way to the network this fall, Variety reports. “At our dinner party, we will exemplify […]

Comedian Eric Andre sure knows how to push people’s buttons. In a recent episode of his show, The Eric Andre Show, rapper T.I made an appearance and shortly walked out after feeling extremely uncomfortable. With prosthetic penises and half-naked men walking around, the Atlanta rapper walked out in the middle of the pranks. Check out the clip above. […]

The West Coast rapper – best known for his debut album Doggystyle and for smoking weed in public – urged viewers not to support projects in which Black people are mistreated, courtesy of a profanity-laced Instagram video.

We all like a good throwback, but when it features one of your favorite celebrities, we love it a little bit more.

President Obama was able to mobilize youth voters of color in unprecedented numbers through hip-hop and other venues. Can the 2016 presidential candidates do the same?