Swizz Beatz and singer Trey Songz were photo’d together. Swizz wore a $128 Grey Homies South Central Hoody with Black Ink and a 40oz NY’s snapbacks.
Singer and actress Christina Milian was spotted at The Grove in Los Angeles. She styled in a $58 Brian Lichtenberg Women’s Homies Tee-Shirt “Black’Gold” and Alice + Olivia Arthur Silk Pants paired with Charlotte Olympia Dolly Island Platform Pumps.
Earlier in the week, The Dream attended Beyoncé’s Life Is But Dream HBO documentary at the Ziegfeld Theater in NYC. On the red carpet, the multi-platinum singer and songwriter wore a $98 Black Homies South Central Sweatshirt with Gold Ink and blue denim jeans. He completed his outfit with a pair of black Timberland boots with the Chanel logo insignia painted on the top cap.
Photos Credit: AP | Kitson | Swizz Beatz’s Instagram | Brian Lichtenberg
Lala Anthony was spotted leaving BOA Steakhouse in West Hollywood. She sported an around the way girl look which consisted of a Alexander McQueen Skull Print Tee-Shirt and black leather pants paired with Nike Lace Up High Top Dunk Wedge Sneakers. She also carried a Hermes Birkin bag.
Actress Gabrielle Union stopped by Sirius XM Radio in a quilted-sleeve leather jacket, black blouse and blue jeans which she paired with $500 B Brian Atwood Fortosa Ankle Booties (which she previous wore here with an Hermes Birkin bag).
Eve is working that fitted royal blue dress. She has a nice shape and I am feeling her new hair color. By the way, she stopped by Bravo for an interview.
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Yo Gotti started out as an independent artist in the early 2000’s and in 2012 the Memphis rapper released his first official major debut, Live From The Kitchen via RCA Records. The album debuted at number 12 on the US Billboard 200, with 16,000 copies in its first week of sales in the United States and only 90,000 copies sold worldwide. Because of the lack of promotion and support from the label, Gotti requested to be release from RCA and his wish was granted. After a fail record deal with a major label, Gotti decided to go back to his independent roots until recently when his CMG inked a multi-million partnership deal with L.A. Reid’s Epic Records. Below is a breakdown of Gotti’s new deal:
“This is a solid partnership that allows me to do what I do on bigger platforms, with the respect and support of the Epic team,” explains Yo Gotti. “Throughout L.A. Reid‘s career, I realize he has been a part of creating some of the biggest superstars in the industry. I feel there is no better person to partner with. After my meeting with L.A. Reid, Benny Pough and his staff felt like Epic would be the perfect home to further the growth of CMG.
“A lot of labels were talking big checks, but the money didn’t interest me,” explains Gotti. “I wanted a partner that wasn’t afraid to work as hard as I do. I knew that by sticking to my independent business mind frame and continuing to chase my dream, that the right situation was going to come. The independent success we’ve had thus far with our tour, merchandising and projects from myself and my first artist Zed Zilla has given me the perfect opportunity to create the best possible partnership for CMG,” Gotti says. “I have no doubt that we will take our movement to its pinnacle with Epic Records.”
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