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The Netflix Era has officially arrived. Of course we've experiencing the paradigm shift towards digital content, but now for the first time ever Netflix has outdone HBO by four Emmy nominations to dominate the field.

Ciara might be revving up to a pinnacle point in her career. Yesterday, the singer came through with a sultry photo shoot. Her fans went nuts for her "latex-goddess" look.

Celina Powell is famous for all the wrong reasons, that she is unashamedly well aware of. The "Black Widow" as she's called, has set her sights on her latest victim, a particularly beloved rapper from Long Beach California, Snoop Doggy Dogg. Powell has gone record saying her and Uncle Snoop even made whoopie to his Gospel Album but I digress.

Azealia Banks is putting Wild'n Out on blast for how members of the production treated her on set. The rapper was invited to participate on the show. Rather than joining a team and unleashing comedic bars during a rap battle, Banks was only set to perform during the episode.

With Ant-Man and the Wasp in theaters, the countdown to Captain Marvel has officially begun. We have a ways to go--it's coming out March 8th, 2019--but we've still got a pretty good idea of exactly what we should be expecting from the MCU's very first female-focused solo film.

JAY-Z isn't quite rap's first billion dollar man.

Leaks are a natural occurrence in the music industry. Sometimes, entire albums hit the web before the official project is released. Once seen as one of the most disrespectful things that could happen to an artist, leaks are actually used as a tool in this generation.

Jamie Foxx doesn't star in enough movies. The talented comedian/singer/actor was last seen in Baby Driver as Bats, and has several projects on the way in the coming months. Still, Foxx has the type of personable on-screen magic that makes actors like Dwayne Johnson loveable, so he should be pumping out films at the same rate as the wrestler turned movie star.

It seems like the culture turned on Will Smith for a few years. After reaching heights of stardom that only a few other actors have touched, Smith starred in several movies that weren't received well by audiences.

Dennis Rodman reached out to Kanye West via Twitter this morning, in video post where he heaped countless praises on the rap maestro. Both he and Kanye are not for championing disparate views that have come under fire by the liberal media, the difference being Kanye is counted on for civil advocacy, whereas Rodman is often to mitigate his personal feelings. Together they are "les enfants terribles" of the U.S.A.

As Drake's Scorpion continues to do huge streaming numbers, the Toronto rapper is running victory laps in the form of freestyles. After sharing a new verse in the Link Up TV Behind Barz series, Drake has come through with another UK-based freestyle for Charlie Sloth's BBC Radio 1Xtra series Fire In The Booth.

Britney Spears is undoubtedly an icon. She rose to mainstream fame thanks to her dancing abilities, which set her apart from her contemporaries, such as Christina Aguilera and Jessica Simpson. Video footage of a performance by the star is chipping at this legacy. For some reason, her team choreographed part of her dance routine to a mashup of Migos' "Walk It Talk It" and Spears' "I'm A Slave 4 U." The artist's rendition of the choreography left some fans unimpressed.

Scarlett Johansson has exited the drama film “Rub and Tug” a little more than a week after her casting sparked backlash amid trans groups and activists, a source with knowledge of the situation confirms to Variety.

HBO has given a series order to “The Nevers,” a science-fiction drama from Joss Whedon. The series is described as a sci-fi epic about a gang of Victorian women who find themselves with unusual abilities, relentless enemies, and a mission that might change the world.

The half-hour drama series is based on the book of the same name by Stephanie Danler. The series follows a 22-year-old woman (Ella Purnell) who, shortly after arriving in New York, lands a job at a celebrated downtown restaurant.

While the collaboration of Dave East and Rick Ross may seem surprising on paper, recent single "Fresh Prince Of Belaire" proved that the pair had chemistry on wax. Now, with the nineties-inspired visuals having dropped a few hours ago, East and Rozay chopped it up with Vulture to explain how their paths ultimately crossed in the first place. "We ran into each other in the club, then the next day we followed up like, “Let’s put some music behind it.” So this is the first Rick Ross and Dave East collaboration," explains Rozay. "We brought back that Fresh Prince of Bel-Air flavor. Shout out to Will. Shout out to 215."

The rise of Post Malone has been impossible to ignore. Going from a cheesy gamer to a multi-platinum selling superstar, Post is one of music's biggest success stories of the last few years. Having been critiqued for the way he has described his music in the past, referring to his sound as one that is not necessarily hip-hop, the man has grown to embrace the rap elements in his music, becoming a true crossover star. beerbongs & bentleys saw Posty breaking streaming records and achieving impressive feats on the Billboard charts. However, if you ask him, he'll say he doesn't even make good music.