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Jim Jones Breaks Down His 30-Minute Fight on ESPN’s ‘Highly Questionable’
Jim Jones Breaks Down His 30-Minute Fight on ESPN’s ‘Highly Questionable’
Jim Jones was a guest on ESPN's Highly Questionable. The segment was taped two weeks ago (notably before the death of Coke Boy rapper Chinx) and aired yesterday (May 20). Capo sat down with Dan Le Batard and Bomani Jones to about the craziest fight  he's been in, which began Jim's story about being in a 30 minute fight in D...
Watch Ludacris and The Roots Perform an Acoustic Version of ‘What’s Your Fantasy’
Watch Ludacris and The Roots Perform an Acoustic Version of ‘What’s Your Fantasy’
Ludacris making the switch from rapping to lounge singing? Based on his acoustic performance of his breakout hit "What's Your Fantasy" with The Roots on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, it may not be the worst idea. With a G0Pro camera capturing his every move, Ludacris sounds right at home over the stripped down production and kills his verses from his first smash ...
Action Bronson Says ‘Easy Rider’ Was His Favorite Song to Record From ‘Mr. Wonderful’
Action Bronson Says ‘Easy Rider’ Was His Favorite Song to Record From ‘Mr. Wonderful’
Action Bronson is out here actin' crazy. While down in Miami for the Rolling Loud festival, Bronson dropped by ESPN's Highly Questionable to chop it up with hosts Bomani Jones and Dan Le Batard. The hilarious interview covered Bronson's favorite studio experience while working on his upcoming album Mr... Read More ... Read More ...
Rae Sremmurd Is Hilarious In ESPN’s ‘Highly Questionable’ Interview
Rae Sremmurd Is Hilarious In ESPN’s ‘Highly Questionable’ Interview
Rae Sremmurd stopped by ESPN's Highly Questionable show earlier today and the whole ordeal was just hilarious. The SremmLife artists were turned up all throughout the interview, discussing their favorite city, parties, and the ladies. The pair gets serious for all of two seconds when discussing life while they were homeless, which according to Slim Jimmy, included "a lot of bud light platinum
Wheel Of Fortune’s Pat Sajak Raps Rae Sremmurd’s “No Type” On ESPN
Wheel Of Fortune’s Pat Sajak Raps Rae Sremmurd’s “No Type” On ESPN
Some of you new age millennial babies might not be familiar with Pat Sajak. His career as a game show host for Wheel of Fortune earned him his claim to fame. Today, Sajak went from beloved game show host to old age rapper. He appeared on ESPN's Highly Questionable and rapped Rae Sremmurd's "No Type" single with Dan LeBatard's father...