But despite often flaunting his own talents when it comes to wrapping on the dating show, Kem Cetinay appeared to fall short when he was faced with a live rap battle against school teacher Christian Foley on Good Morning Britain on Friday. The reality.
Obama was asked on January 15, during a You Tube Q&A: 'If Drake and Kendrick Lamar got in a rap battle, who do you think would win?' 'Gotta go with Kendrick,' the President answered, 'I’m just saying. I think Drake is an outstanding entertainer.
shoutouts, the hip-hop mogul ― who only has 262 tweets since starting his account in 2008 ― promised that he wasn't drunk. He followed up with a video tribute from the man who he named the “greatest rapper of all time,” former President Barack Obama.
Meek Mill. But he flipped it and asked Obama who would win in a rap battle between Kendrick and Drake, and the POTUS didn’t hesitate when stating his pick. “Gotta go with Kendrick,” said Obama of the 11-time Grammy nominee. “I think Drake is an.
Watch Barack Obama Praise Chance The Rapper At Free Concert HipHopDX.
And Ben Fordham has delivered one of the most hilarious raps on Nova 96.9's Fitzy And Wippa, on Friday. Going up against Sarah McGilvray, the 40-year-old journalist poked fun at the show's hosts while rapping along to the 1993 hit Insane In The Brain.
23 (UPI) --President Donald Trump thanked military personnel stationed overseas, calling them "very, very special" people and said they're "winning" against the Islamic State in a holiday message ... battle there continued under President Barack Obama's.
President Obama gave hip-hop a home at the White House The Grio.
In a preview of her 'Nightline' interview with Juju Chang that will air early next week, Manning was asked what she would say to Obama if she had the chance to speak with him after he commuted her prison sentence prior to leaving office. She.
Of course, the discussion ended with a rap battle. “My name is Chance the Rapper. I’m actually from here,” said the Grammy-winning artist who curated the concert that closed the Obama Foundation Summit. He was joined by Michelle Obama and the 44.
“We are sending a strong message to Consol—and to any other corporation that wants to destroy the resources within our area—that we will not stand down when our constitutionally protected rights to clean water and clean air are threatened, and that.