This video ends exactly how you think it’s going to end.
Calvin, James, Dana… boooooring.
“That ain’t a challenge — you motherfuckers just sweating.”
New York based artist Amar Stewart’s artwork portrays popular rappers to look like regal portraits.
Yes, Macklemore is from the Northwest. But check out these talented artists from Portland, where the hip-hop scene is making noise after cops shut down a number of local shows.
Plus the results of swapping your entire beauty regime for just oil, James Franco’s brother on James Franco’s antics, and a chance to catch up with the original Power Rangers.
Were you rocking Air Force Ones or Yeezy’s? Either way, you were fresh, and so clean, clean.
Creep, don’t kill my vibe.
Celebrity (noun): A regular person with lots of money and lots of attention.
Admit it – you’ve always wanted to see how Yeezy would look as a cartoon. That’s why Bernard Rollins is your new favorite artist.
Rap and religion (attempt to) join in holy matrimony.
Now in trading cards! You’ve already dated these types — the bad boys, the sensitive souls, the one-night stands. Collect ‘em all.
Be honest, and don’t just try to avoid getting Macklemore.
Plus the 13 best bromances in Hollywood, 5 things your brain needs more of every day, and Taylor Swift mashed up with Street Fighter II.
Not the best. The most important.
From Tin Man to turnt up.
Warning: (beautiful) butt ahead. Slightly NSFW.
Guess whether it’s a government worker or just a government name.
Rappers tend to eat as many bars as they spit.
This holds up surprisingly well!
These facts will make any true hip-hop fan cry. Or just get ornery in the YouTube comments.
The Tumblr Rappers and Cereal pairs artists with their perfect breakfast food and it’s kind of amazing.
With such natural brand synergy, I don’t know why this didn’t happen sooner. Via rappersandcereal.com
No, not really. At all. We compared rappers’ alleged wealth as heard in their lyrics to their actual wealth.
Plus photos of Wookies doing people stuff, a motorcylist saving a coffee cup from certain death, and the return of “Princeton Mom.”
A match made in branding heaven. You probably got into Heavy D thanks to Sprite. Admit it.
Whether he’s trolling the music industry or not, this corn-rowed rapper sends tweets that are either non-sensical or hold the meaning to life. Probably both.