He's named in the latest filings.
"It seemed like something that was just never finished, that's all."
Watch "Street Knock."
FYI, "b*tches say [they're] cocky."
"He was negotiating to become the CEO, but it was never official."
Beyoncé, Emma Stone, Rye Rye, and more, in the best of this month's celebrity magazine portraits.
Plus: Drake, Arrested Development, Foo Fighters ...
It's Monster Monday (i.e. Swizz's day of the week to release free tracks). This one is called "King Tut," and it thankfully has no samples from the Steve Martin song.
Swizz will assist in the process of "teaching students the skills of creative entrepreneurship for the music industry."
It's part of the hip-hop producer's new "Monster Mondays" series.
His name is Egypt.
Also Ryan Leslie and Fabolous.
The latest in Kanye West's G.O.O.D. Friday MP3 giveaway.
A mellow, seven-and-a-half-minute MP3.
Three free mixtapes, actually, featuring a decade of Beatz-ified songs.
Complete with a Norman Mailer name-drop.
And Alicia Keys.
It's apparently a reference track for Diddy.
Not so catchy.
Takes a little explaining, but it's pretty awesome.
What'd you think of their collaboration?
How did this unlikely pair hook up?
"They need us!"
Or at all.
We have photographic proof.