Makeup-color heels are always pretty.
Your "commute shoes" can look out of place.
"Great job matching her cab, not so much her outfit."
Barely there sandals say "beach goddess."
"She wishes she was on a Hawaiian vacation, but the park will have to do for now."
Socks + sexy pumps = identity crisis.
"The black heels are 'downtown' sophisticated, and the socks are schoolgirl cutesy. I'm confused."
MediaTakeOut.com spoke with AN EXTREEEEEEE-EMELY reliable Young Money insider who tells us that rapper Drakegot “married” to a woman whom he’s known for just ONE WEEK. The woman, who is pictured below (with her face hidden) is a Miami “model”/college student. She reportedly met Drake over Twitter, and the two have been INSEPARABLE for the last few days.And the snitch claims the two flew to VEGAS . . . and got a quickie wedding on Monday night in VEGAS. Oh . . . and Drizzy’s twitter seems to CONFIRM it – peep what he says. But the FINAL piece of evidence . . . the two were wearing MATCHING WEDDING RINGS . . . as they were out at dinner on Thursday.
Little Miss Sunshine aka Willow Smith certainly looked the part of a ‘Fireball’when she debuted her glowing yellow hair at Los Angeles’ ‘The Grove” on Saturday. The youngest of the Smith clan, who is said to be whipping up her Spring-due debut album ‘Knees and Elbows’, was all smiles during the trip accompanied by friends.
As fans may remember, the yellow glow is just one of many interesting looks the 11-year-old has unfolded including green hair, no hair, and more. Get a closer look at these snaps (courtesy of Rap-Up):
Nas says Jay-Z is not a businessman. He’s a business, Man! Who do you think is the greatest?
Rap veteran Nas may credit himself for saving hip-hop at times, however, God’s Son recently gave props to one-time music rival Jay-Z for helping the culture remain relevant and alive.
Nasty Nas, it is Jay’s focus on taking his craft seriously both as an emcee and businessman which has helped inspire hip-hop artists.
“Hip-hop has a savior in Jay-Z,” Nas said during a sit-down chat with Hot 97′s Peter Rosenberg while at SXSW last week. “Let me tell you why. As a business man — the fact that he’s doing what he’s doing is a [wake up] call for all of the Gods and Earths to wake up and understand — this generation is bigger than what we can even fathom. And he is one of the only ones out of the whole community that we grew up with from the Run-DMC days, who’s taken his sh*t seriously. Taken his sh*t very seriously. That’s powerful. And you gotta respect that.” (XXL Mag)