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Topic - Lil Mama
John Legend believes hip-hop played its part in helping Barack Obama become president, and he's proud at how the genre has matured over the years.
Beyonce and Jay-Z's offspring doesn't even have a name yet, but it was the indisputable breakout star of Sunday's MTV Video Music Awards, upstaging everyone, even Katy Perry's win for video of the year.
Beyonce and Jay-Z's spawn doesn't even have a name yet, but it was the indisputable breakout star of Sunday's MTV Video Music Awards.
"Doing my thing on the charts is one thing, but to be getting honored on another avenue, it just feels like a blessing," he said in an interview. "I'm keeping my head leveled and staying humble."