Look for Steve Jobs to hit theaters on October 9.
Nas shared his story with The FADER x Sprite. “Growing up in Queensbridge, hip-hop was the most amazing thing I’d ever heard,” says Nas in the Obey Your Thirst documentary, made by The FADER and Sprite. “There was nothing more important to me than having a voice. I wanted to make a big impact on this art form. I wanted to open up a doorway for another generation.”
Considering that these are words coming from one of the most revered rappers of all time, behind one of the most beloved albums of all time in 1994’s Illmatic, it’s safe to say that Nas has succeeded in making his dreams a reality. But how did he make it all happen? In the video, Nas gives up-and-comers some advice, insisting on following your vision regardless of what other people say: “Why do something that’s not you? Trust in yourself and always push the envelope.”
Pharrell is back once again with the drop of his brand new visual for Freedom.
Fetty Wap keeps the material coming with the release of his solo offering for the ladies called D.A.M. (Dats All Me).
20 weeks! Joe, Marisa, and Rory discuss the BET awards performances, Meek Mill’s new album, a short therapy session, and the two segments “I’ll Respond To These Emails Later” & “It Might Be Over For..”
Hitting theaters on July 17, Rudd’s Ant-Man is joined by Evangeline Lilly and Michael Douglas, who play Hope Van Dyne and Hank Pym respectively.