Instagram began as something more about dinner pictures than beef initiation. Then it evolved into a video platform for those wanting to give a 15 second glimpse into moments. Somewhere in the middle, celebrities, including rappers, are bypassing the usual press roll for direct fan interaction. While some attempt to give a mystique about themselves, many let it all go in terms of their personal lives. And to think, it’s all from the comforts of their smartphone. Considering the amount of famous folks on the social network, it can be a lot to filter through post displaying everything from their luxurious lifestyle to studio sessions. With that in mind, HipHopDX presents a weekly feature for those looking to have a filtered look into the lives of your favorite notable humans.
This week, Miguel covers SZA’s “The Weekend,” and 2 Chainz wishes Bankroll Fresh a happy birthday.
Gucci Mane Has His Own Floatie
Summer is here.
Miguel Covers SZA’s “The Weekend”
Big Baby DRAM Turns 29
Happy born day.
Kodak Black Does It For The Fans
2 Chainz Wishes Bankroll Fresh A Happy Birthday
O.T. Genasis Crip Walks In Front Of The White House
To YG’s “FDT.”
Cardi B On Getting Her Dad A Birthday Gift
Tell us how you really feel.
Nicki Minaj On Set With Quavo
Raekwon Celebrates 22 Years Of “Only Built For Cuban Linx…”
Swizz Beatz & Alicia Keys Celebrate 7 Years
7 years ago today Magic was made 🙏🏽 I can't believe time move so fast when you're having fun and staying young with love ❤❤ 100 plus more years to go inshallah 🙏🏽 thank you @aliciakeys for 7 years of love and support 🙏🏽 our kids are also very lucky to have you 🙏🏽⚡️⚡️⚡️⚡️⚡️⚡️⚡️⚡️⚡️⚡️⚡️⚡️⚡️⚡️⚡️#Deansanniversary #7
With 100 more to go.
Khalid & Lil Yachty Take The Stage In Atlanta
Nipsey Hussle, James Harden & Meek Mill
Wins & Losses.
The Weeknd To Put Out Remix To “Reminder”
Whips on deck.
Mack Maine Celebrates His Bday With The Squad
With Drake, Weezy, Nicki, Frenchie, Dave East.
Vic Mensa Sends A Special Thanks To JAY-Z
I have to thank Jay-Z for allowing me the space to grow and showing me how to move in a room full of vultures. He has been nothing but supportive and taught me things not only as an artist, but as a man. A lot of times i see great artists get pressured by their label to follow trends and chase hits, and it has ruined some of the most talented of them. I was so lucky to partner with a company that is really more of a family, and a home to people of all ethnicities, backgrounds & genders that were nothing but supportive along my journey and never once tried to control me creatively. When I first met with Roc Nation I felt as if I would be doing business with my own people, and i'm glad i was so right.
Roc Nation in the building.