According to a familiar cliché, a picture is worth a thousand words. Your favorite celebrities—including rappers—are doing less and less press, but luckily their thumbs and smartphones still work. Instagram has provided a way for them to document their lives and/or thoroughly embarrass themselves for our collective enjoyment. The beauty of it all is that you don’t even need to join Instagram, as most rappers are perfectly fine leaving their feeds open for public viewing. And if you’d rather avoid the IG life altogether, we’ve filtered through the top rapper’s pictures and videos and consolidated all the week’s events into one convenient feed.

This week, Nick Cannon pulls off a ridiculous stunt, Pharrell covers yet another magazine and Beyoncé says goodbye to her fans. Check the rest of the week’s top Instagram posts below.

Exile & Johaz Get Bloody For Dag Savage’s Latest

In this week's hey-let's-perpetuate-stereotypes news, Nick Cannon slaps on whiteface and transforms into a skater boy named Connor Smallnut. He shared the final look on Instagram (evidence posted above) and wrote, "It's official... I'm White!!! #WHITEPEOPLEPARTYMUSIC #Wppm in stores April 1st!!!!!!Dude Go Get It!!!Join The Party!!!! #GoodCredit #DogKissing #BeerPong #FarmersMarkets #FistPumping #CreamCheeseEating #RacialDraft "Bro I got drafted!!"" Racist or not racist? Let us know what you think, dudes.

A$AP Rocky Announces Sophomore Album

Detroit's favorite player (hint: not Big Sean) performs on The Arsenio Hall Show in a black, blue, red and white jacket. Danny Brown shared a picture of him and the late night host, with the caption, "shout out the bruh bruh Arsenio Hall for having me on the show tonight .. It was an honor." Danny performed "Dip" from his 2013 album, OldIf you're sad because you missed the taping, Danny Brown is in the lineup for Bonnaroo 2014 in Tennessee which means, you June to cop your tickets.

DJ Dahi Making Music With J. Cole

Mike WiLL Made-It welcomes his quarter of a century mark with his "partner in crime" Miley Cyrus. Mike WiLL had a great year, last year, collaborating with Miley on "23" and "We Can't Stop." In the Instgram above, the Georgia-born producer poses for a photo opportunity with the ratchet pop princess. "S/O my partner in crime @mileycyrus for pulling up on the kidd for my b-day... Luv," reads the caption. Besties at their finest.

Beyonce Wraps Up The Mrs. Carter Show Tour

Illustrator Zhi-Yun Zhang re-imagined famous cartoon shows and some of today's favorite musicians in his gallery titled Cartoon x Pop. Some of the characters included Goofy as 2 Chainz, Bart Simpson as Pharrell, Porky Pig as Kanye West and South Park's Cartman as DJ Khaled. Cartoon Khaled dons a beard, a thick gold chain and a clean pair of Jordans. Looks like a pretty accurate portrait of the We The Best producer. Now, let's see if we could get Zhi-Yun can give us the entire cast of a Hip Hop-themed South Park.

Behind The Scenes On Pharrell's "GQ" Cover

For their annual yesteryear issue, New York magazine displayed covers of two influential New York rappers, Jay Z and The Notorious B.I.G. Each of the rappers received their solo alternative covers (you can see the Jay Z cover here) but let's talk Biggie's cover, which should be a collector's item for any Hip Hop lover. "There never was a New York hip-hop season quite like the autumn of 1994," wrote New York in their description of Biggie as a part of their "Encyclopedia of New York Pop Music." Even 20 years later, Christopher Wallace continues making the cover of influential magazines. 

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