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President Obama Covers Rolling Stone Magazine, Jams With the Roots on ‘Late Night With Jimmy Fallon’
President Obama Covers Rolling Stone Magazine, Jams With the Roots on ‘Late Night With Jimmy Fallon’
WASHINGTON (AP) - Offering riffs on Mick Jagger and reflections on race, President Barack Obama is capping a week devoted to courting young votes with a Rolling Stone magazine cover interview that segues from presidential musings on politics to foreign policy to pop culture...
Janelle Monae, President Obama: Artist Sings at Rally
Janelle Monae, President Obama: Artist Sings at Rally
Janelle Monae traveled to Chicago last week (Jan. 11) and met with President Obama during a concert and rally at the University of Illinois, which was organized as part of a campaign fundraising exhibition in Chicago. President Obama praised Monae for her vocal abilities, which he had previously witnessed in October 2011, at a state dinner alongside Korean President Lee Myung-bak...
Webbie Says ‘Rap Life Ain’t Real,’ Kids ‘Stay in School’
Webbie Says ‘Rap Life Ain’t Real,’ Kids ‘Stay in School’
Webbie is high off Webbie. The Baton Rouge rapper was in New York City recently to promote the release of his third album, 'Savage Life 3,' set for a Nov. 15 release, and he was a comedian to say the least. While he did his due diligence and spoke about the album, during the interview he also managed to touch on topics including why he didn't want to leave Lil Boosie's side and become a solo artis
Chuck D Says Rappers Should Support Obama, Diss Trump
Chuck D Says Rappers Should Support Obama, Diss Trump
Between proving his official citizenship, publicly trouncing Donald Trump and announcing the death of Osama Bin Laden, President Barack Obama has had a triumphant week. However, Public Enemy frontman Chuck D, still feels like his fellow MCs should have been a little more vocal in their support of the president back when Trump first made his allegations regarding Obama's place of birth...

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