One of Big Sean’s dreams came true when he hit the studio with his idol Eminem on Friday. It’s unknown if the Detroit rappers were working on a collaboration, but Sean shared the special moment with his fans.
“Today was historical,” tweeted the G.O.O.D. Music MC.
Hip-hop icons meet rock royalty in GQ‘s November issue. Eminem and Lil Wayne share the cover of the men’s magazine with Rolling Stones member Keith Richards.
The men were honored as “gods of rock” in a special package called “The Survivors.” The photo portfolio pays tribute to the greatest living music masters and was shot by famed photographer Mark Seliger.
Through trials and tribulations, these superstars have persevered and for this they’ve been recognized by GQ. OutKast’s André 3000 and Big Boi, Erykah Badu, and Raekwon are among the 46 artists featured in the magazine.
The issue is available October 25 at newsstands nationwide.
Eminem and Shady Records have had a strong relationship with both Nike and Jordan Brand for the better half of the last decade. Now thanks to an exhibition at Brisk Bodega we get to see all of their collaborations in one place. On show are the extremely rare and highly sought after Air Jordan IV Eminems plus Nike kicks from Shady artists Proof and D12.
Eminem has earned yet another accolade. Rolling Stone has bestowed the rap titan with its current King of Hip-Hop title based on his album sales, YouTube views, and social-media scores.
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Converse Chuck Taylor “Bad Meets Evil” - Slim Shady and Nickel Nine link up with Converse to release these Chuck Taylor All Stars, these are set to release ”TODAY” in Boston and NYC only 100 pairs will be released.