Nick Garth made five 3-pointers and scored 17 points in 19 minutes of play, Colton Weisbrod added 16 points and Lamar defeated Northwestern State 88-68 on Wednesday night
Our very own Coach Ron Steele has led Cornerstone to the 1A Final Four in his first year at the school! They will play South Lamar at the BJCC Monday morning at 10:30 a.m. Congratulations Ron, and good luck! Alabama Hoops Feed. FEED...
'Drunk' is out Friday.
Thundercat is preparing his new project Drunk for a February 24th release via Flying Lotus’ label Brainfeeder. Today he shares the track “Walk On By”, which features a typically fire verse from frequent collaborator Kendrick Lamar. Check it out below. Previously: Rae Sremmurd Preview New Song with Gucci Mane & Kendrick Lamar
On Friday, the dazed soul-music hybrid Thundercat will release his lovely, spaced-out new album Drunk, and we've already posted a couple of its tracks: "Show You The Way," which features Kenny Loggins and Michael McDonald, and "Friend Zone." And today, the album's most eagerly anticipated song has hit the internet. "Walk On By" features a…
Khloe Kardashian is allegedly worried that ex-husband Lamar Odom could try to ruin her wedding when she marries boyfriend Tristan Thompson. According to reports, though Khloe and Tristan have not confirmed they’re engaged, sources are...Show More Summary
Purdue escaped State College on Tuesday night largely unscathed, claiming a 73-70 overtime win against Penn State; star forward Caleb Swanigan wasn’t so lucky. Read more...
'Let's Rap, Kids!' is the newest category to be added to the hit game show. Continue reading…
It's debatable, but Alex Trebek might've just announced the best "Jeopardy!" category of his career... at the expense of Drake, Kendrick Lamar, Lil Wayne and Kanye West. The category was "Let's Rap, Kids" and Trebek had to repeat lyrics from…
The Internet is going wild over a clip of Alex Trebek on Jeopardy this week, rapping lyrics to some of your favorite rappers. The category was “Let’s rap, Kids!” and contained lyrics from songs by Drake, Kendrick Lamar, Lil Wayne, Desiigner and Kanye West. “I was just getting into this rap thing. I’m not too [...]
Let's Rap, Kids! category has the host rap bars from Kanye West, Kendrick Lamar, and Desiigner.
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For $200 imaginary dollars: Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek gamely spat rhymes written by famous rappers during the show’s current collegiate tournament. Answer (in the form of a question): What is pure joy? Correct! On Monday night’s episode of the long-running game show, Trebek delighted viewers as he attempted to rap ... More »
A category on tonight’s “Jeopardy!,” which is in the middle of its collegiate tournament, was called “Let’s Rap Kids!” and featured rap lyrics to some recent hits. That meant that host Alex Trebek was forced to recited the lyrics to Drake’s “Started From The Bottom,” Kanye West’s “Famous,” Lil Wayne’s “6 Foot 7 Foot,” Kendrick Lamar’s “m.A.A.d. Show More Summary
Perhaps because Jeopardy! is in the middle of its collegiate tournament right now, the game show featured a rap category tonight with humorous results. The answers to Let's Rap, Kids! involved Alex Trebek reciting lyrics from Drake's "Started From The Bottom," Kanye West's "Famous," Lil Wayne's "6 Foot 7 Foot," Kendrick Lamar's "m.A.A.d. City," and,…
When we grow up we wanna be just like Sebastian Taylor Thomaz! The little cutie turned four years old over the weekend — and his parents Amber Rose and Wiz Khalifa threw him one epic star-studded bash! Celebs like Lamar Odom, Blac Chyna, and yes, even Perez Hilton attended the themed-soiree for Bash that included a DJ, [...]
Rashawn Thomas scored 29 points and six of Texas A&M-Corpus Christi's last 11 points and the Islanders withstood Lamar 70-63 on Saturday for their seventh straight win
When the ESEA was boiled down into a racist states rights version, labeled ESSA, and quickly passed, it was Diane Ravitch and her loyal ghostwriters who hailed the new law as a huge success. She even gave Lamar Alexander's office nine...Show More Summary
TJ Holyfield scored 17 points, pulled down nine rebounds, and Stephen F. Austin beat Lamar 70-61 on Thursday night in the only regular season matchup between the two schools
“Alright” and “Studio” both moved a million units.