We've all heard the old saying that sex sells, and nothing is more sexual than nudity. (Well, other than actual sex.) From a topless singer crossing her arms to hide her lady lumps to strategically placed props covering a rapper's nether regions, hip-hop and R&B albums have showcased tons of skin in the past few decades.
Questlove again finds himself as a topic of conversation of the Internet, and this time it's not because of 'The Tonight Show''s antics. The Roots member will make an appearance in an upcoming episode of 'Law & Order: SVU.'
Ice-T knows all about role-playing. He serves as Det. Odafin Tutuola on 'Law & Order: SVU' after all. On his latest episode of his 'Final Level' podcast, the veteran rapper and actor details a hilarious tale of dabbling into fantasy land by recording "a motherf---in' Dungeons & Dragons book."
You can't talk about the history of west coast Hip Hop without dropping the name "Tupac," east coast hip-hop without Rakim and you can't speak about the lore of Midwest pimpin' without mentioning Iceberg Slim.
Tracy Marrow aka Ice-T has been acting since almost before he was known as a rapper – small roles in 'Breakin' and its sequel actually put him on the map, professionally speaking. But in the early ‘90s, he got the opportunity to show more s
Sade's biggest regret? Refusing to work withJay-Z back in 2010. "I would have asked Jay-Z to rap on Soldier of Love in 2010. There's not much else I would change -- the mistakes I've made have made me grow braver," she said
Ice-T has a knack for getting people to open up to him. Apparently he's learned a lot from his character Det. Odafin "Fin" Tutuola on NBC's "Law & Order: SVU." This time though, Ice is behind the cameras as
Don Cornelius, who helped popularize black music and culture through 'Soul Train,' a show he created and hosted for more than two decades, was found dead earlier today (Feb. 1) in Sherman Oaks, Calif., the Los Angeles Times reports. He was 75. According to sources, t
Political pundit and Fox News correspondent Bernie Goldberg recently got his hip-hop "Ices" mixed up on the 'The O'Reilly Factor.' In an attempt to prove that he is not "the whitest man on the planet," Goldberg produced a photo of himself and rapper-actor Ice Cube "
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