Jay-Z sports his Sunday best for the cover of GQ‘s December issue. If you’re keeping track, this is Hov’s second appearance as Gentleman Quarterly’s Man Of The Year. The issue’s on newsstands now, but you can peruse the feature here. So will the God MC be changing diapers? “Of course, of course. One hundred percent.” And will we see you putting the car seat in the Maybach? “Yeah,” Jay smiles. “Wouldn’t that be great? That would be a great picture.” […]
GQ scored an interview with Drake for their online division. In their discussion, Drizzy explains the meaning behind the title of next Tuesday’s release, Take Care. You announced the title of this album, Take Care, with us back in December. What does it mean? Drake:No one has actually asked me that yet. I came up with the name when I was on a bus in Birmingham, England, going to a show. “Take Care” is this thing we use in passing […]
Gentlemen’s Quarterly has named Eminem and Lil Wayne “Gods Of Rock” for the print’s “The Survivor” November issue. The two share the cover with Keith Richards and 43 other artists are featured in the music package inside including Raekwon and Erykah Badu. Issue on newsstands October 25, but the online interviews will be available October 18. Photo shoot below. [vodpod id=Video.15568692&w=540&h=350&fv=]
The biggest bawse that you seen thus far is featured in the latest issue of Gentlemen’s Quarterly magazine. Issue is available on newwstands now, but read some of it after the jump courtesy of Def Jam.
See what happens after a couple shots of Ciroc? You’ll find yourself swinging from the chandelier. Here’s Diddy’s pictorial and article from the August 2010 issue of GQ. The feature is part of the magazine’s “113 Funniest Dudes, Dudettes, & Dirty Jokes In America” list. Issue is on newsstands now. Brief write-up below.