Called the “Good Man” because…

“…that’s what every woman wants and what every man should strive to be…You’re not born a good man. You gotta go through some stuff, let some things happen, in order to become a good man.”

Stopping by the Breakfast Club, Ne-Yo let everybody know that ‘Good Man’ is still a work-in-progress…

“…There’s a message that I want to get across on the album, but I just need to make sure that the message gets across and it’s not just a compilation of songs.”

You can watch the entire interview below…

source: Rap-Up

We LIVE for artists who aren’t afraid to be themselves!

Zimbabwe-born and London-based, KWAYE brings your diversity and empowerment infused with 1980s synth-pop.

One listen and you’ll be catching those Sade & Prince chills!

source: noisey

Having graduated Grinnell College back in 2001, the actor was invited back to deliver one of the best speeches you will ever hear for a graduating class.

Insightful and honest, Kumail shares that…

“…When I came to Grinnell I was a devout Muslim who had never romantically touched a girl and I was going to get a degree that guaranteed me a job…By the time I graduated I was basically a Rastafarian with a white American girlfriend and a philosophy degree. College changes you, is my point.”

To watch the entire speech please click below!