Jimmy Fallon ended his first week as the new host of The Tonight Show with the fifth installment of his “History Of Rap” series with Justin Timberlake. This time they covered the likes of Drake, Kendrick Lamar, Jay-Z, Kanye West, Outkast and more.
2 Chainz took his white outfit and gold chain to the Jimmy Fallon show to perform his track “Outroduction”. Off his album B.O.A.T.S. II: MEtime.
Jay Z was the headliner at DirectTV’s Super Bowl party last night and during the show he brought out none other than Beyonce to perform their latest hit “Drunk In Love”.
After their epic performance at the Grammy’s Kendrick Lamar and Imagine Dragons hit SNL for another performance of their Radioactive remix.
Dom Kennedy recently performed at the Irving Plaza in New York and brought out special guest Kendrick Lamar. K. Dot performed his “Backseat Freestyle” to a surprised audience filmed by The Source.
After the jump check out Dom Kennedy’s interview with HHS87 where he talks about his latest album Get Home Safely.
J. Cole had an epic 29th birthday last night. Firstly he performed a sold out show in Madison Square Gardens in New York for his “What Dreams May Come” tour. Then he brought out special guests Jay-Z and Kendrick Lamar. Jay performed ‘PSA’ and ‘FuckWithMeYouKnowIGotIt’ and gave Cole his original Roc-A-Fella chain. Kendrick Lamar also came out to ‘Forbidden Fruit’ and ‘Backseat Freestyle’. Earlier in the day he also announced his Dreamville label had signed to Interscope and he released a new mixtape.
Check out Kendricks appearance below.
Ty Solla $ign hit the stage on the Arsenio Hall Show to perform his single “Paranoid” with DJ Mustard.
Macklemore and Ryan Lewis were high off winning 4 Grammy Awards including Best Rap Album tonight but still managed to perform their song “Same Love”. They were also joined by Madonna and Queen Latifah for the performance. Check it out below.
Pharrell was joined on stage by Daft Punk, Stevie Wonder and Nile Rodgers for an incredible performance of “Get Lucky” at the 2014 Grammy Awards. Check out the performance below which Jay-Z, Beyonce, Yoko Ono and Paul McCartney dancing along as well as the rest of the star studded audience.
Beyonce and Jay-Z opened the 56th Annual Grammy Awards with a performance of their collaboration “Drunk In Love”. Watch the smoking performance below.