The Buzz: DJ Khaled's New Track, Jay and Bey See North West and More...
DJ Khaled's new track, Jay & Bey see North West and more...
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Maybe a Trick? - So, maybe DJ Khaled's proposal had to do with his new single featuring Nicki Minaj, Rick Ross and Future titled "I Wanna Be With You." We're still waiting to see what's really good, though. (Photo: Alberto Reyes/WENN.com)
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Confirming Fans Worst Fears - Rumors have been swirling about Drake's departure from YMCMB and although he hasn't confirmed them, Nicki Minaj hinted that there's trouble in paradise with her latest interview with Funkmaster Flex. Check some of what she said below: “I just feel like people’s perception of their reality is their perception of their reality. Sometimes people make moves based on their perception of what reality is and I know that sounds like a riddle, but maybe one day you’ll be able to unravel that one.” She continued, “All I can say is he’s so talented. Sometimes when you’re really intelligent and you’re really talented, you also think a lot and sometimes your mind is racing with thoughts. It is what it is. People go through their own emotions and you gotta respect it and keep it moving. We all love the team.” (Photo: Jason Merritt/Getty Images)
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At It Again - Yesterday Rick Ross released "I Wonder Why?," which is a song about the Trayvon Martin situation. This isn't the first time that he's rapped about it, and it isn't the first time that the lyrics could be misconstrued as disrespectful and slightly insensitive. Hopefully Ross clears the air and explains his point to fans soon. (Photo: Johns PKI/Splash News)
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Visiting Kim - While in Cali for a Jay Z show, Bey and her hubby stopped by to pay Kim Kardashian a friendly visit. There aren't too many details around this, but we see a potential playdate partner for North whenever Blue Ivy is close. (Photo: Christopher Polk/Getty Images For BET)
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What Dreams May Come - Get ready for J. Cole and Wale to hit the road and make a musical impact all around the states with the upcoming "What Dreams May Come" tour. They're hitting around 20 cities, so we suggest that you check them out! (Photo: Johnny Nunez/WireImage)