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Jay-Z Insists He Knows What Twerking Is (But Magna Carta's Good Anyway)

8 years ago by Jaron Ikner
At 43 years old, it seems safe to say that Jay-Z is on top of the world. Within the past year, he's become the face of an NBA basketball franchise, had a beautiful child with his tremendously famous wife, and had a mega-collaboration with Justin Timberlake. Hell, he even picked...
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On the Intimate 4:44, Jay-Z Is Less Hova, More Humble

3 years ago by Amy Young
In order to drop a bomb, you have to build one first. This album's explosive.
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Why the New Earl Sweatshirt Is Better Than the New Jay Z

8 years ago by Derek Askey
"It's money" opens Doris, the way-way-way-too-much-anticipated album from Odd Future standout and internal rhyme genius Earl Sweatshirt. "It's money," the intro repeats, "It's money." If you bought a physical copy, you're hearing that opening while thumbing through the artwork: an intoxicated-looking (though he kind of always is) Earl standing next...
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Blimey, Phoenix! Another Royal Wedding — Let's Have a Pint

3 years ago by Sean Holstege
Americans love royal weddings and Phoenicians can celebrate with tea, champagne, and viewing parties.
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How Jay-Z and Samsung's Revolutionary App Is as Gross as Farmville

8 years ago by Dan Moore
Jay-Z's Magna Carta Holy Grail is--well, I haven't listened to it yet. (iPhone 3GS users are actually barred from owning it until they upgrade to a newer device.) This isn't a review of the album, except to say that I think "BBC," with its bizarre, layered production and conciliatory Nas...
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10 Athletes Who Tried to Break into the Rap Game

4 years ago by Eran Ryan
Kobe, Lebron, and yes, John Cena.
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Jarrett Maupin Leads Blockade of Biltmore Area Intersection Demanding Police Reforms

5 years ago by Stephen Lemons
When it comes to orchestrating a civil rights-themed public spectacle in Phoenix, the Reverend Jarrett Maupin cannot be beat. Billed as a protest of police brutality, the event that took place Friday at 24th Street and Camelback Road in the city's tony Biltmore area lacked the spontaneity, the fear and...
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2014 Grammy Nominees: Why Metal Will Make A Strong Showing

7 years ago by Lauren Wise
The Grammys has never been known for supporting heavy metal. Heavy bands show up and it's like a burnout kid crashing his parents' fancy dinner party. Even when Halestorm won Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance for their song "Love Bites (And So Do I)" at the 2013 Grammys, Lzzy Hale told...
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Top Five Must-See Phoenix Shows This Week

8 years ago by Phoenix New Times
Important concert-going note: Until Friday, at the earliest, it is still at least a little weird to go to a show--whether it's on this list or not--in a Halloween costume. We're just trying to help. (View our complete concert calendar here.)...
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Improv Nation

18 years ago by Quetta Carpenter
If you still think of improv comedy as amateur night, let the Phoenix Improv Festival change your mind. This second annual two-day event brings the best of Valley improv together with the best of the nation's offerings to convert all of you unbelievers. The festival was founded by Jay Melius...

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