Wiz Khalifa fell asleep during Taylor Swift's performance at the Grammy Awards.
The 26-year-old rapper thought the blonde beauty's set at the 56th annual ceremony on Sunday in Los Angeles was so boring he couldn't keep his eyes open. When questioned by Joan Rivers on The Fashion Police, she asked, "I loved that you had the good watch on [at the Grammy's], which is the detail. How many times did you check that watch during Taylor Swift's endless ballad?"
"I love Taylor, but I'm not even gonna lie. I fell asleep. Just a little bit... then I woke back up," he responded.
The 26-year-old star was on the E! show with his wife, model Amber Rose, who interjected, "We love Taylor."
Taylor took to the stage to perform the weepy piano ballad "All Too Well" from her hit album Red at the Staples Center. The 24-year-old star is rumored to have written the song about her ex-boyfriend, actor Jake Gyllenhaal. The pop beauty stunned the crowd with some fierce head-banging during the heartfelt performance.
Wiz Khalifa says he collaborated with Adele on his forthcoming album Blacc Hollywood. The "Black and Yellow" rapper claims he has recorded tracks with Miley Cyrus and the "Someone Like You" hitmaker, who has been on hiatus since the birth of her son Angelo last October.
Speaking of the unlikely collaboration to Fuse.TV, Wiz explained, "I got a lot of guest appearances that I've already done, but none of them have been cleared for the album yet, I got songs with Miley [Cyrus], I got songs with Adele."
Ne-Yo is desperate to work with Adele. The "Let Me Love You" hitmaker wants to get in the studio with the pregnant "Someone Like You" singer when she is "done having babies" and insists she is at the very top of a huge list of musicians he would love to work with in his career.
"There is a list a mile long of people I want to work with, I just don't have the time. But top of that list right now is definitely Adele. I think she's pregnant right now so she's got some time away, but Adele, as soon as you get done having babies and doing all that then let me know, we need to get in the studio."
Tupac Shakur helped close the Coachella festival last Sunday - 16 years after his death.
The rapper - who was shot dead in a gang killing in 1996 - appeared on stage as a hologram to perform with Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre at the annual festival in California.
He gave a spooky rendition of "Hail Mary" before duetting with Snoop on "Ain't Nothin' Like A Gangsta Party," before leaving the festivalgoers with the line, "Coachella, I wanna say thank you for all the love over the years."
The Tupac hologram drew mixed reactions from fans, with one saying it was "wrong on so many levels."
Another person, however, wrote on Twitter, "This is dope," while someone else added, "I told y'all Tupac wasn't dead! (sic)"
Kanye West has addressed Kim Kardashian and Amber Rose in a new track.
The rapper teamed with DJ Khaled for "Theraflu" in which he talks about Kim - whom he is rumored to have dated - and her ex-husband, basketball star Kris Humphries, who plays for the New Jersey Jets, part-owned by Kanye's friend and collaborator Jay-Z.
"I admit I fell in love with Kim / Around the same time she fell in love with him / Well that's cool baby girl / Do your thing / Lucky I ain't had Jay drop him from the team," he says in the second verse.
In another couplet he addresses his ex-girlfriend model Amber, who is now dating rapper Wiz Khalifa. "The whole industry wanna f**k ya old chick/ Only n***a I got respect for is Wiz," Kanye rhymes.
It is not clear if the song will be released as part of Kanye's forthcoming G.O.O.D. Music Compilation album, of tracks by artists from his label, or another project. Kanye is also preparing for another single release, of a track called "Mercy," tomorrow, which features him alongside Pusha T, Big Sean and 2 Chainz and is lined up with inclusion on the G.O.O.D. Music record.
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