Just last week, Justin Bieber posted an Instagram video of him and Floyd “Money” Mayweather working out together inside of a boxing ring. After watching the video it makes us wonder: What would happen if Justin Bieber had a REAL sparring session with Money Mayweather. (more…)
Most sneakerheads have a bad reputation for being poorly dressed, but what if we told you that they have a significant amount of influence in the fashion world then you could’ve ever imagined? (more…)
With a series of hits that bundled gangster rhymes, weed talk, pop hooks, and slick production, Pittsburgh rapper Wiz Khalifa went from breakout single “Black and Yellow” to starring alongside Snoop Dogg in the film “Mac and Devin Go to High School” in a short amount of time! (more…)
The decision has finally been made. Katy Perry will perform at this year’s Super Bowl XLIX Halftime Show! (more…)
Returning to the Dodger Stadium, Tinashe performs the “Star-Spangled Banner” for a second time! (more…)
Ariana Grande hit all the high notes flawlessly during her stellar performance of “The Star-Spangled Banner” for the 2014-2015 NFL season opener! (more…)
Though the “Being Mary Jane” star and iconic athlete tied the night under tight ropes, (such a having all guests sign confidentiality agreements and restricting them from cell phone usage), we got our hands on some pics of the celebrity guests and their stunning dates.
Nicki Minaj & Kobe Bryant, Kendrick Lamar & Chris Paul and Eminem & Calvin Johnson Cover ESPN Magazine Music IssueTuesday, January 21st, 2014
Alongside your favorite athletes, some of your favorite rappers cover ESPN Magazine’s annual Music Issue. In three different covers for the issue which hits stands this Friday (January 24th), ESPN brings together Kendrick Lamar & Chris Paul of the Los Angeles Clippers for a West Coast themed cover. In another edition of the same issue, Eminem & Calvin Johnson of the Detroit Lions are brought together to rep the Motor City, Detroit. In the third and final edition, Nicki Minaj & Kobe Bryant of, of course, the Los Angeles Lakers. Very dope! We really like that the West Coast is being represented so heavily. Check out the pictures below!
After Sunday night’s intense NFC Championship game between San Francisco’s 49ers and Seattle’s Seahawks, Richard Sherman talked to Fox broadcaster, Erin Andrews to discuss the victory. The discussion sent twitter into an uproar! Within minutes, memes and banter filled up all twitter timelines. We have our top 15 Richard Sherman post-game interview memes [update: & videos], and in case you missed it, we have the interview clip below, too!
This year, Jay-Z will be headlining DirectTV’s annual Super Bowl Party on February 1st. The event will be co-hosted by New York Giants quarterback Manning and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban at SuperFan Stadium in Hudson River Park Pier 40, DirecTV announced. There are rumors that his wife, Beyonce (more…)
Dwight Howard loves to have fun. He joins Atlanta rap group WeAreToonz to show off his mean dance skills. His Houston Rockets team mate, Isaiah Canaan, also makes an appearance in the clip. Check out Dwight Howard dance to “Drop That Nae Nae”
49ers Quarterback Colin Kaepernick stars in the commercial for Beats By Dre‘s newest campaign “Hear What You Want.” Having beat the Seattle Seahawks yesterday, the commercial’s release is proper. Kaepernick is featured in a calm state of mind, able to tune out the chaos in Seattle as the reckless football fans throw everything they’ve got at it (verbally and physically). Thank to the the new Beats Studio Wireless headphones with adaptive noise cancellation, Kaepernick simply plays Aloe Blacc‘s “The Man.” As he hears what he wants, he is able to stay collective and ultimately, beat the Seahawks!