Drake and Larry Graham

I bet you didn’t know Kanye West sampled Drake‘s uncle, old skool singer Larry Graham, on his track “No More Parties in L.A.,” featuring Kendrick Lamar.

Drake posted a photo of his Uncle Larry’s album cover on Instagram.com. Kanye sampled Graham’s song “Stand Up and Shout About Love” from this album.

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Dr Dre and Dee Barnes

Misogynistic woman beater Andre “Dr. Dre” Young has apologized for committing incidences of extreme violence toward women in his past. The 50-year-old hip-hop magnate acknowledged the allegations that he savagely beat a female TV host in the 1990s.

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Keith Sweat and Sisqo of Dru Hill

R&B crooner Keith Sweat celebrated his birthday at his new restaurant Fuego in Duluth, Ga. Old skool R&B superstars from past and present came out to wish him a Happy Birthday and enjoy good food. This birthday celebration bought to you by event planner Jamahl King of S.T.E.P.S Events.

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Rapper Diamond shootng a video in Brooklyn

Rapper Diamond is back. The 25-year-old Atlanta native was seen strutting her stuff on the set of her music video in Brooklyn, NY today. Diamond burst onto the rap scene in 2004 as a member of Crime Mob. The group’s hits included “Knuck If You Buck” and “Rock Yo Hips”. Diamond left Crime Mob in 2007 to pursue a solo career. She has been struggling ever since.
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Guess Who

This precious baby girl grew up to be a self-absorbed, self-centered, delusional pop singer who can’t get enough of the spotlight. This woman will do anything for attention — even fake giving birth to her daughter. Millions of gullible young girls look up to her for guidance and advice, but she is no role model. Can you guess who she is?

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Bernard Bronner of Bronner Brothers

Long before they became pillars of the community and men of the cloth, Nate and Bernard Bronner were once a funk band duo in the 1980s. Nate and Bernard released 4 albums as The Bronner Brothers. Nate wrote most of their songs, including “Pretty Boys,” “I’m Not That Bad,” and “A Man To Love”. The group was active from 1983 through 1987.

Bernard Bronner (pictured above in 1985) is now President of Bronner Brothers, one of the largest manufacturers of hair and skin care products for African Americans. He is also publisher of Upscale magazine, partner in Rainforest Films, and Show & Sales Director for the Atlanta-based Bronner Bros. He and his wife Shiela have 5 children.

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Nas

Aging rapper Nas was seen walking talking on his cell phone while strolling the streets of NYC on Wednesday. Rapper J. Cole’s recounted how he acted like a groupie the moment he played his Born Sinner track “Let Nas Down” for the god MC. The encounter took place at a Houston airport at 6:30 a.m. “My homeboy’s like can I hear that song you just did?” Cole recalls. After letting his friend hear “Let Nas Down” they spotted Nas, 39. “He’s handing me the laptop back and he says ‘Yo is that Nas right there?’ I never run into this dude, I had only met him like one other time” said Cole. “I ran on the plane. He was in the seat directly behind me” Cole then played him the song, “He went nuts!”
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