This is part 4 and the last of the interview where Eminem talks about singing, why he is still recording music, never leaving Detroit, and performing live.
Yo Gotti unleashes the official video for his track LeBron James. This is taken from Yo Gotti new album titled I Am, which is available in stores and also on Itunes right now.
Yo Gotti makes his way to The Breakfast Club to sit down with DJ Envy, Angela Yee and Charlamagne Tha God. Yo Gotti talks about his rising popularity, past record deals, signing to Epic Records, the situation with Juicy J, his single Act Right, Trinidad James comments about New York, and beef with Gucci Mane.
Foot Locker brings back Kyrie Irving for the Week Of Greatness, a week of the most premium shoe releases that can right all the world’s wrongs. See Mike Tyson and Evander Holyfield hug it out, Dennis Rodman fly to North Korea, Brett Favre finally walk away, and Craig Sager decide to change his wardrobe. If it’s at Foot Locker, it’s Approved.
Pharrell debuts his brand new video for Happy. Unlike any other video this is the world’s first 24-hour music video. This visual lets us follow Pharrell around to various locations around the world.
Logitech‘s brand new Powershell one of the first such gamepads tailor made for iOS 7 your iPhone 5, iPhone 5s or fifth generation iPod Touch can be transformed into a powerful gaming handheld. Packing a built-in 1500 mAh battery to expand the power of your Apple device, the Powershell offers console-style analog controls for a bevy of compatible games. Plus, no extra software needs to be installed so those games can be played right from the get-go. Furthermore, the design keeps your existing iPhone buttons easily accessible while also offering a 3.5mm headphone adapter, the ability to charge the phone in the Powershell, a subtly textured soft rubber surface and more. Logitech’s Powershell can be pre-ordered online now for $99.