November issue of GQ is going to be special. Hip Hop and Rock icons meet each other to share their stories of survival through all the trials and tribulations. Eminem, Lil Wayne and Rolling Stones member, Keith Richards grace the cover of GQ that will hit the stands October 25. Inside you can find the stories of 46 famous artists including Raekwon, Erykah Badu, Dungeon Family, Andre 3000, Big Boi and more. And while you’re waiting check out few excerpts from Eminem’s survival story.
On his addiction to pills: “If I’m used to waking up in the morning and having one of these, I could do it every morning for the next ten years straight until I find something else to move on to. So if I’m used to taking a Vicodin when I wake up in the morning because I’m hungover from drinking or taking pills…The bigger the crowd, the bigger my habit got.”
Necole Scherzinger finally drops the visual for her song “Try With Me,” which is the lead single from European re-release of “Killer Love” LP. It will also be the lead single in States for constantly delayed US project. Besides the fact that I find Nicole a flawless beauty, I’ve never been a fan of her as an artist. She was more effective in Pussycat Dolls. And while this song might be popular on European pop dance charts, I doubt it’s going to do as well in States. What do you think?
Magic Johnson couldn’t resist making fun of LeBron when he was asked which of his accomplishments Magic would prefer as his lasting legacy. Hall of Fame basketball player didn’t take a long time to think and said:
“There’s going to always be great players in basketball. There’s going to always be guys who win championships in the NBA, except LeBron..”
The reaction of the crowd was mixed and Magic then pointed out that he was joking, but that didn’t stop him and he continued:
“Everybody’s always asking, ‘Who is better between Kobe (Bryant) and LeBron?’ I’m like, Are you kidding me? I’m like you’re kidding me..Kobe, five championships; LeBron, zero. I love the young man though. I know he’s going to get better in the fourth quarter this year. I’m not hating on LeBron,” he added. “He’s a triple-double threat every single game and he’s going to get better.”
Lil’Kim somewhat redeems herself after “Spend A Mill” mess that came out two days ago. The track “O.D.” where she features with Ron Browz surfaced the internet just moments ago. She did a pretty good job, but still not enough.Go harder, Kimmy! Listen to the single below.
Celebrities been busy attending all kind of events lately. This time it was a charitable event to support Denise Rich’s“Gabrielle’s Angel Foundation” for cancer research. Check out below who came to the event..more photos inside.