Music mogul JAY-Z's enjoying one of the biggest years of his career having welcomed twins and toppled his competition both on the sales charts and Forbes list. Young Hov could make 2018 raise expectations with a potential Grammy Awards performance.
According to reports, Young Hov could bring his 4:44 album to the annual ceremony stage.
In less than 24 hours, the world will know next year's Grammy nominees.
With the nominees for music's proverbial biggest night being announced Tuesday morning, Grammy season is well and truly upon us. And with the Thanksgiving hangover just clearing up, the time seems ripe for a quick look at who the nominees for the four big categories - Album of the Year, Song of the Year, Record of the Year and Best New Artist - are likely to be. The Grammys will air live on CBS Jan. 28, 2018 from New York's Madison Square Garden. (Variety)
Last week, footage emerged of Young Hov dishing out inspirational words to a young 4:44 tour concertgoer.
"Now remember, as I was saying, you can do anything that you want. Okay? I'm gonna tell you something. At this very moment, America is way more sexist than racist. And you, young lady, you got the potential to be the next president of the United States. You believe that! You understand? Okay! You know how to count, right? How old are you? Nine? Nine, yeah, I said that, I can count too. Help me count this down. 10, 9, 8 - you ready to be president? Let's go!" (TMZ)
Recently, JAY penned a New York Times op-ed piece about Roc Nation star Meek Mill's publicized probation violation conviction.
"On the surface, this may look like the story of yet another criminal rapper who didn't smarten up and is back where he started. But consider this: Meek was around 19 when he was convicted on charges relating to drug and gun possession, and he served an eight-month sentence. Now he's 30, so he has been on probation for basically his entire adult life. For about a decade, he's been stalked by a system that considers the slightest infraction a justification for locking him back inside." (New York Times)
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