Super Bowl XLIX is officially done. The New England Patriots were victorious over the Seattle Seahawks (final score 28-24) in what was a down-to-the-wire game. Here is how your favorite hip-hop and R&B stars reacted to the thrilling game and its' stunning end.
Super Bowl halftime shows usually include a few surprise guests. Remember when Bruno Mars brought Red Hot Chili Peppers to the stage last year? This year seems to be no different as Missy Elliott is reportedly making a special appearance during Katy Perry's set on Sunday (Feb. 2).
LeBron James may have left the Miami Heat for the Cleveland Cavaliers, but that doesn't mean that loyal fans have abandoned their favorite team. Especially Rick Ross, who bet a ton of money that the Heat would be one of the top teams in the NBA playoffs this year.
Drake isn't the only rapper with a penchant for the basketball court. Kendrick Lamar will get some face time during the 2014-2015 NBA season as a result of his new song 'i' serving as the soundtrack for ads promoting the league's tops stars.
Chris Brown, Sage the Gemini, Game, Trey Songz and Tyga were just a few of the rappers and singers showcasing their ability to play hoops during a celebrity basketball game held by Power 106 in Los Angeles on Sunday (Sept. 21).
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