Tag Archives: Gwyneth

8
Jan

Rihanna, Gwyneth, Diddy and More Wish Jay-Z and Beyonce’s Blue Ivy Carter a Happy Born Day

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Beyonce and Jay-Z’s newborn daughter hasn’t even had time to let the ink dry on her tiny feet but she’s has already caused worldwide interest….
There’s been twitter hashtags like #UncleKanye, ….
And Foursquare check-ins at Lenox Hill Hospital…
And then all the theories about her name Blue Ivy Carter. (IV=Four, the couple’s favorite number, etc. etc.)
And don’t forget, the prerequisite fake twitter accounts too. smh..
Big Sister Solange reacted to her new niece….

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And Auntie Gwyneth Goop Paltrow cleared up the confusion about the baby’s name:

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The news of Blue Ivy’s birth kicked off a stream of well-wishes from all of Beyonce and Jay-Z’s friends and celebrity fans….
Check out the messages from Rihanna, Russell Simmons (complete with bitly link, lol), Diddy, The-Dream, inappropriate Snooki, random Dane Cook, and more…
After the jump









Really, Snooki? Sexpot? SMH.

Related:
Congratulations to Beyonce and Jay-Z on the Birth of their Baby Girl! (UPDATE: Blue Ivy Carter)
Beyonce Confirms “I’m Pregnant!” at the MTV Video Music Awards

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19
May

Headcrack: Mike Tyson The Dancer ?, Illinois Senator Cites Wu-Tang, Gwyneth Paltrow Raps NWA Lyrics


(via the.LifeFiles)

Mike Tyson may never step into a boxing ring again, but he’ll damned if he still won’t be making money. Over in Argentina, Iron Mike and his wife appeared as contestants on the country’s own version of Dancing With The Stars. The show titled, Bailando 2011 broadcasted Tyson shuffling all over the damn place.

Remember this?

after the jump, a cool ass Senator refers to Raekwon during a hearing and Gwyneth Paltrow earns more hip-hop points…


State Senator Christine Radogno is the coolest chick around. (via HHIR)


Paltrow knows NWA. (via complex)

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18
May

Gwyneth Paltrow Raps N.W.A Song

We found out a few weeks ago that Gwyneth Paltrow is a huge fan of Hip Hop and apparently she really knows her music. During her interview on UK comedy show, The Graham Norton Show, she decided to show off her skills by rapping ”Straight Out Of Compton”—crazy muthafucker name Paltrow.

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18
May

Gwyneth Paltrow Raps “Straight Outta Compton”

We found out a few weeks ago that Gwyneth Paltrow is a huge fan of Hip Hop and apparently she really knows her music. During her interview on UK comedy show, The Graham Norton Show, she decided to show off her skills at the 6:19 mark by rapping a few bars over N.W.A’s classic. White girl can rap!

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13
Apr

Jay-Z and Gwyneth Paltrow trade blog interviews

So Jay is really going to try and cash in on our hustle, okay I get it (ha!). On Hov’s new blog, he says his bff Gwenyth Paltrow (sorry Leo, Bleek & TyTy) hit him up to give props on his site and to inquire about a short interview. So in Jay-Z’s words she showed him hers and he did the same. Below check out a few sources of inspiration for the  richest blogger alive.

Gwyneth: In one word answers, name someone or something in food, music, art and design, style, and sports that inspires you today and your favorite spot to be leisurely.

Jay-Z:

* Food: Batali (he’s like a rock star)
* Music: MARLEY (the perfect blend of love and gangster)
* Art: BASQUIAT (where music and art met and fell in love)
* Style: MARC JACOBS (he takes the Bronx experience like 40 below boots and bubble gooses and puts it on the runway)
*Disclaimer: I know it’s one goose 2 geese..
* Sports: Muhammad ALI (enough said)
* And my favorite spot to be leisurely is wherever family, friends, good food and wine are.

after the jump, Gwyneth explains how she became a hip-hop head…

SC: Personally I was very surprised at your extensive knowledge of hip-hop songs. Particularly how you can sing ’90s hip-hip songs word for word. I can’t even do that! How does a girl from Spence discover hip-hop?
GP
: I first was exposed to hip-hop when I was about 16 (1988) by some boys who went to collegiate. The Beastie Boys were sort of the way in for us preppie kids. We were into Public Enemy, Run-DMC and LL Cool J. But then I went to LA the summer between my junior and senior year of high school and I discovered N.W.A which became my obsession. I was fascinated by lyrics as rhythm and how Dre had a such different cadence and perspective from say, Eazy-E, who I thought was one of the most ironic and brilliant voices hip-hop has ever had. It was an accident that I learned every word of Straight Outta Compton and to love something that a.) I had no real understanding of in terms of the culture that it was emanating from and b.) to love something that my parents literally could not grasp. But I was hooked. I can’t remember what I ate for dinner last night but I could sing to you every single word of N.W.A’s “Fuck Tha Police” or [Rob Base & DJ E-Z Rock's] “It Takes Two.” Go figure.

(read more at LifeandTimes.com)

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12
Apr

Gwyneth Paltrow & Jay-Z Trade Intvws.

Jay-Z and actress Gwyneth Paltrow traded interviews today on their respective websites. For Life And Times, Hov asks Gwyn about her musical taste.

SC: Personally I was very surprised at your extensive knowledge of hip-hop songs. Particularly how you can sing ’90s hip-hip songs word for word. I can’t even do that! How does a girl from Spence discover hip-hop?
GP: I first was exposed to hip-hop when I was about 16 (1988) by some boys who went to collegiate. The Beastie Boys were sort of the way in for us preppie kids. We were into Public Enemy, Run-DMC and LL Cool J. But then I went to LA the summer between my junior and senior year of high school and I discovered N.W.A which became my obsession. I was fascinated by lyrics as rythym and how Dre had a such different cadence and perspective from say, Eazy-E, who I thought was one of the most ironic and brilliant voices hip-hop has ever had. It was an accident that I learned every word of Straight Outta Compton and to love something that a.) I had no real understanding of in terms of the culture that it was emanating from and b.) to love something that my parents literally could not grasp. But I was hooked. I can’t remember what I ate for dinner last night but I could sing to you every single word of N.W.A’s “Fuck Tha Police” or [Rob Base & DJ E-Z Rock's] “It Takes Two.” Go figure.

As for her site, Goop , she asks Hov five questions including his musical inspirations.

As someone who has walked through museums with you, eaten with you, heard music with you, I know firsthand how creativity in all areas lifts your consciousness. Do you feel that as a cultural figure of importance it is part of your responsibility to share what inspires you?
I think it’s every human’s job to inspire others, to feed one another’s senses. Inspiration begets inspiration times infinity. Imagine if the person that was inspired to create the phonograph didn’t share it with the world.


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14
Feb

Cee-Lo x Gwyneth Paltrow “Forget You” At Grammys

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Cee-Lo channeled NBC logo tonight at this year’s ceremony. Along with actress Gwyneth Paltrow and Jim Henson’s muppets, he performed his Award winning track, “Fuck Forget You”.


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5
Jan

Cee Lo and Gwyneth Paltrow Remix "F**k You"

(AllHipHop News) The musical alliance between Cee-Lo Green and actress Gwyneth Paltrow has become official, with the pair recording a new version of the rapper/singer’s hit song “F*** You.” People.com received confirmation of the collaboration from
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