In an interview with the Daily Mail, the singer said she would rather do her charitable part by “donating actual money”.
The two-disc compilation album celebrates the 15th anniversary of Eminem’s label Shady Records.
The collection includes the rapper’s duet with Sia ‘Guts Over Fear’, which is the pair’s second collaboration, following ‘Beautiful Pain’, which appeared as a bonus track on the rapper’s 2013 album The Marshall Mathers LP 2.
The compilation album features the label’s biggest hits from the past 15 years, including 50 Cent’s ‘In Da Club’, Eminem’s ‘Lose Yourself’, as well as new material from Slaughterhouse, Bad Meets Evil and D12.
Iggy Azalea recently slammed Eminem’s rapping in ‘Vegas’, in which he tells the singer to put away her “rape whistle”. The song features on Shady XV.
With Sean Cliver’s book ‘Disposable: A History of Skateboard Art‘ celebrating it’s 10th anniversary Nike has decided to put together the perfect companion piece. The famed skateboard artist now has a Nike SB Dunk Low shoe to call his very own with his coffee table book.
If you own the book you’ll immediately notice that the sneaker shares a color palette with the cover art as it sports silver and obsidian suede along with pink laces and powder blue lining. The book’s title is splashed across the heel as well and contrast colored midsole stitches only serve to add to the overall energy.
If you need some sneakers to kick up on the coffee table alongside the book of skateboard art, Premier has the Nike SB Dunk Low ‘Disposable’ in stock now for $ 105.
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Sandé, who appears on the new Band Aid 30 version of ‘Do They Know It’s Christmas?’, shared her thoughts on Twitter about newly-written lyrics reflecting the Ebola crisis.
“Yes, I agree the lyric needed changing,” she wrote. “In fact, I feel a whole new song is required.”
Sandé then revealed that herself and African artist Angélique Kidjo edited their lyrics, but those changes didn’t make the final song.
She tweeted: “Angelique Kidjo and I made and sang our own edits. Unfortunately none of these made the final cut.”
Beyonce won’t have the element of surprise on her side this year. The new songs from the platinum edition of her album already leaked. But new Beyonce is new Beyonce, and the star is certainly owning the moment. ’7/11,’ which is sure to do damage in the club, now has an instantly enjoyable video to go along with it.
The clip isn’t as high in production value as the visuals accompanying the original album. But this one is about fun. Beyonce claps, shakes her booty (that GIF is probably coming soon) and dances with her friends in a variety of locations. To many, she represented the image of perfection over the past year. The charm here is that she likes to have fun just like every woman.
The ‘Beyonce’ platinum edition set drops on Nov. 24.
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