Colin Kaepernick’s name will be added back to the soundtrack on Madden 19 according to a statement by the video game’s developers.
Colin Kaepernick can’t be seen or heard on the new Madden NFL 19, because the free agent QB’s name was pulled from a Big Sean verse on the game’s soundtrack.
Big Sean places a world of senseless violence and wanton bigotry on display on his freshly unveiled video for his Jeremih-aided I Decided cut “Light.” As you might expect from a dude that freestyled about killing ISIS and Donald Trump earlier this month, Sean’s promo isn’t afraid to delve into the current cultural climate.
Jeremih, Breezy and Big Sean join forces for the Daniel Cz directed visual. READ MORE
Big Sean’s weekend kicked off with some foolishness. And now, video of the incident where a fan attempted to attack him at his own record signing has surfaced. The rapper’s also speaking on it.
Things ALMOST went completely left for Big Sean during an encounter with a fan/critic. According Black Sports Online, the 28-year-old rapper was doing a meet & greet, when a man either slapped or attempted to slap him.
Mike Carson directed the video it features the Detroit rapper showing off his own moves in a blue room with models standing motionless around him. Halfway through the video, when Big Sean’s verse goes to another level, the lights go out, creating effect highlighting his jewels. The 808 Mafia-produced “Moves” follows I Decided’s 1st single “Bounce Back.”
The 2016 BET Awards was epic and by far one of the best awards the Network has done so far. The show was hosted by “Black-ish” stars Anthony Anderson and Tracee Ellis Ross who’s great chemistry and playfulness energized fans and prepared audiences at the Microsoft Theater and across the world for a fun show. The show was hot from start with Beyoncé and Kendrick Lamar getting everyone in formation to the close out with the beautiful Sheila E honoring her mentor and friend Prince. I can recap the in between and share my behind the scenes photos after the break. READ MORE