Drake may have gotten rich off a mixtape, but the self-proclaimed underground king’s mainstream popularity is undeniable. Several mixtapes, 2 platinum studio albums, and a record-breaking 12 number one singles on Billboard’s Rap Songs chart have solidified Drake’s place as a mega star. It’s no wonder GQ magazine selected the Young Money rapper to grace one of three covers for their first-ever style bible issue for April 2012.
The Rolling Stones are still going strong 50 years and 29 studio albums later. But the legendary band won’t go on tour this year to celebrate their golden anniversary. 2012 would’ve marked the Stones’ first tour since their epic two-year Bigger Bang tour, which ended in 1997. Both Mick Jagger and Keith Richards have confirmed that the band isn’t ready to hit the road just yet.
Funny man Nick Cannon is making some serious changes, both personally and professionally, for the sake of his health. In a candid interview with ABC's "Good Morning America," Cannon revealed the truth about the health scare that forced him to resign from his morning radio show in February.