Christian rapper DJ Cooley is sharing his testimony in a 6-minute video on YouTube in which he talks about his experiences in the hip-hop industry since the age of 15, and the moment that led him to fully seek God.
Cooley says that while he was partying and drinking during the week he was still going to church on Sundays but was beginning to feel convicted for the lifestyle he was leading.
"I was doing that stuff all week long and still going to church on Sunday. That's crazy," He admits. "You know how that goes, you have flexing Fridays, syrup sippin' Saturdays, then you trying to be sanctified on Sunday. That was me." more >>
Drake has earned chuckles for his role in T-Mobile's commercial for the upcoming Super Bowl 50 in which his hit song "Hotline Bling" is parodied.
The rapper's 30-second commercial for T-Mobile shows him performing his dance moves before company executives cut the recording to insert a few outrageous changes in the lyrics of his song "Hotline Bling." In the ad clip for the Super Bowl 50, Drake smoothly agrees to grant the requests of the executives, according to Vibe.
The Hollywood Life says the ad is hilarious because it flaunts the rapper's ability to make fun of himself and his work of art. When one of the company executives in the T-Mobile ad asks Drake to make some variations in the song's lyrics to insert the benefits of having a phone plan, he happily agrees and says he loves changes. more >>
In what must be one of the cleverest semi-subtle sex jokes of the modern era, the National Football League has given the world a musical commercial about one way people celebrate winning the Super Bowl.
Apparently, according to research cities that win the Super Bowl always get an increase in births approximately nine months after the big game. Hmmm … I wonder why.
Less than a week away from Super Bowl L (or as some insist on calling it, Super Bowl 50), the NFL brought together multiple choirs of people born about nine months after the Super Bowl. more >>
Justin Bieber is encouraging his fans to start reading the Christian devotional Jesus Calling, which has sold more than 15 million copies worldwide.
In an Instagram post on Saturday, Bieber shared a quote from Jesus Calling, written by missionary Sarah Young, that includes two Bible verses from Psalms and 1 Corinthians, in which Christians are advised to trust in the Lord.
After interviewing first lady Michelle Obama about higher education, Grammy nominated singer Tamar Braxton says at 38, she's going to enroll in college.
Braxton interviewed Obama with her fellow co-hosts of "The Real," Adrian Bailon, Loni Love, Tamera Mowry-Housley and Jeannie Mai for an episode about the "Better Make Room" campaign that aired last Tuesday. The campaign is part of Obama's initiative called "Reach Higher," which seeks to inspire students to pursue higher education.
It seems the discussion also inspired Braxton, a reality television star, mother and wife, who announced on Instagram last week that she was going to rely on her strength in Christ to go back to school. more >>
While much of the entertainment world focused on a social media tiff taking place between rap mogul Kanye West and fellow rapper Wiz Khalifa, West dropped another bombshell last week.
"This album is actually a Gospel album," West tweeted on Jan 27.
Before the announcement, the rap mogul exchanged vulgar words with Khalifa on Twitter about the 28-year-old rapper's son and child's mother, Amber Rose, who also happens to be West's ex-girlfriend. The Twitter feud started after West misinterpreted Khalifa's marijuana reference "KK," as him speaking about Kim Kardashian. more >>