Cassie took to twitter to show off some of her footwear for Grammy weekend.
So after a long and great 2011 year, Fabolous decides to bring in the New Year in a place known for getting money, Dubai.
Jay-Z is the first rapper to perform at Carnegie Hall and performs his latest song, “Glory.”
Rather than give you our impression of the night, here’s the scoop straight from Mr. Jonathan Mannion himself:
“This episode focuses on the journey that Rick Ross and I took to put ourselves in a position to create something that we were so passionate about. A desire to tell the authentic story of drive, dedication and perseverance is at the heart of this episode. What comes out of it is a motivational and inspirational story for all watching to believe in the power of their dreams, and with focus and talent, ANYTHING is possible.
Relaying early influences in music, turning points and transitions from desire to actualizing, Ross takes a look back at his career. Divulging early stories of a career that he was contributing to, not based on financial gain but a desire to be part of a movement that he saw developing. The results of the work created from both Ross and I have helped shape the art form from its inception. With relentless fire, the journey through the industry continues and develops.”
Gold platted shoes part of the Marc Jacobs Spring/Summer 2012 collection.
African American actress Meagan Good stars on the cover of the next Vibe Vixen.
Hand crafted out of a solid sheet of Bamboo. Hand cut strap from a full hide. Hand burnished and oiled. All in a remarkably thin, light design.
Perfect partner to your unibody aluminium Macbook Pro. The bamboo case has a soft wool felt inner lining, that provides protection to your unibody aluminium Macbook Pro.
Fabolous takes another trip back to the motherland to entertain his African fans. This time he hits up Lagos, Nigeria. From touchdown, there was military transport, bulletproof Benz G-Wagons and a bunch of fans ready to see Loso put on a great show. Check out the video for yourself. [Visuals by Rome]