Roc Nation hosted a star-studded press conference at Moynihan Station in NYC on Monday, to announce the relaunch of Jay Z‘s TIDAL music streaming app. Jay Z’s supporters included the likes of Beyonce, Kanye West, Jay Z, Nicki Minaj, J. Cole, Madonna, Usher, Rihanna, Daft Punk, Jason Aldean and others who pledged to promote the app and ask their fans to cough up $20 for music streaming that they can get much cheaper from other services.
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Music mogul Shawn “Jay Z” Carter enlisted the aid of his powerful celebrity friends to exert pressure on you to dish out $20/month (in addition to your cable and Netflix bills) to stream music from his new music service.
The aging rapper teamed up with celebs such as Kanye West, Rihanna, Madonna, and his long-suffering wife Beyonce to promote his new TIDAL music streaming service to their fans.
I thought this debate was settled? For some odd reason Gawker.com decided to revisit the question of whether saloon singer Beyonce Carter-Knowles faked her pregnancy.
Who can forget the memorable scene above when Beyonce’s fake baby bump folded like a lawn chair when she appeared on a daytime talk show?
Rap mogul Jay Z’s oldest son, Rymir Satterthwaite, wants an apology from everyone who doubted his claims that he was the heir to Jay Z’s empire.
Radar Online reports that promiscuous rap mogul Jay Z will likely pay a settlement to a son he reportedly fathered 21 years ago.
For some reason, Playboy magazine saw fit to give narcissist Azealia Banks a cover and a platform to express her mentally disordered thoughts. Banks, wearing an animal print one-piece, graces the April 2015 cover on newsstands Friday.
The parents at a swanky Hollywood pre-school for children of the insanely rich are not thrilled that Blue Ivy‘s parents, Beyonce and Jay Z, are disrupting the daily routine at the pre-school.