Entertainment FLY Interviews

Watch: R. Kelly Sings The Story of His Life In 45 Minutes with GQ Magazine [Video]


R. Kelly always finds a new way to gives us a musical life experiences with different molds of storytelling. This time, the veteran R&B/Soul singer connects with GQ Magazine, sits in front of a camera with a plain white background, cigar in hand, and sings his whole life story all in 45 minutes.

In midst of song, he admits dealing with different life adversities, being shot, singing in front of McDonald’s, buying his first house, not being shamed about his past and much more.

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DJ Mustard: “It Use To Bother Me When I Would Hear Songs That Sound Like Mine”; Producer Lands A Feature On


Not just your average DJ, but one of the most-sought out producers in the music industry today; DJ Mustard lands a feature on In the article, the hit-maker talks about music, countless hit singles, his sounds being duplicated, Jay Z, a new sound for 2016 and much more.


Dijon Isaiah McFarlane [Mustard’s real name] spoke on others jacking his beats:

“It used to bother me when I would hear songs that sound like mine, but I don’t really care no more.”

DJ Mustard has no intentions of starting a rap career like Dr. Dre and Kanye West, and plans on passing along his best material even more:

“I’m selling everything,” he says. “I give all my best stuff to other people.”

On Jay Z [his Roc Nation Boos] being an inspiration for him and not releasing any music in 2015:

“He doesn’t have to. I’m trying to get to that level when I can just put out music when I want to, and work when I want to work instead of just all the time.”

As stated, Mustard has plans for more new music at the top of the year [2016], which GQ’s Jake Woolf notes as “Trap EDM,” once hearing a new collaboration track that features a 2015 breakout rapper. We wonder who that could be??

Jake says:

“At the end of our meeting, he plays me a song featuring a young rapper who had a breakout year in 2015. The song, which is set to drop in early 2016, doesn’t sound anything like any DJ Mustard track you’ve heard before. I don’t even remember hearing the “Mustard on the beat” tag. (Though I did only hear the song once.) Maybe the best way to describe it is something like trap EDM—really, really dope trap EDM. If I were a low-risk betting man, I’d put my money on this song being a massive hit. When the song is over, Mustard smiles and laughs. “This is gonna move!”

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Entertainment Fashion

In Fashion: Zoe Kravitz Gets Nearly Nude for GQ



If your parents were Lenny Kravitz and Lisa Bonet, you would be this cool too!

Zoe Kravitz stripped down to nearly nothing for GQ Magazine and described how she is starting from the bottom and working her way to the top. As a model, actress and musician she is making a name for herself with hard work.


She wants to make things very clear by saying:

“It’s so much work. But let’s be real: I’m not doing this for the money.”


She understands the celebrity status and the work of both of her parents. She knows that she could easily have a record deal right now or sit around her penthouse and just be cute and rich. However, the most interesting part about her journey is how she wants to pay her dues just like everyone else. Zoe is on tour at the moment with her band “LOLAWOLF” where she is traveling around the country performing at music festivals and opening up for different artists.


In Fashion: Zoe Kravitz Rocks Out In Leather On The Cover of Marie Claire


Check out the official video for “Bitch” x LOLAWOLF:



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[FLY Girl Cherri]

[Shout-Out: GQ]



2Chainz & Jhene Aiko Talks with An High-End Psychic On GQ’s ‘Most Expensivest Shit’


2Chainz continues his ongoing GQ series of Most Expensivest Shit featuring Jhene Aiko, as both trending artists visit a high-clientele psychic. During the interview, Chainz gets a bit shaken up over the woman who can actually connect with different spirits, she explains, that he pulls out a little something to smoke that calms his nerves. At the same time, 2Chainz gives her the side-eye as he questions her psychic abilities.

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Pharrell Williams Gets FLY for GQ….


Fly Guy, Pharrell Williams gets super fly for the February issue of GQ, celebrating the year’s most influential music makers.

Absolutely No surprise here.

Stories The Daily Word

The Word: Nicki Minaj Rocks GQ & Claims Her “Anaconda” Video Was Meant To Empower Women…


We’ve seen her style evolve tremendously over the past couple of years. She’s gone from natural to bone straight, to multiple colors, right back to natural! And that doesn’t include the ensembles that accompany each look. So we definitely appreciate the current style of Nicki Minaj and so does GQ.

Inside the feature/article, Nicki does her best to prove that Anaconda and it’s video was not a flop, but a strong visual that represented strong women and strong decisions.

On the Anaconda video and its message:

I don’t know what there is to really talk about… I’m being serious. I just see the video as being a normal video. I think the video is about what girls do. Girls love being with other girls, and when you go back to us being younger, we would have slumber parties and we’d be dancing with our friends.

She [Nicki’s character in the video] is just talking about two guys that she dated in the past and what they’re good at and what they bought her and what they said to her. It’s just cheeky, like a funny story.


I’m chopping up the banana. Did you realize that? At first I’m being sexual with the banana, and then it’s like, ‘Ha-ha, no.’ Yeah, that was important for us to show in the kitchen scene [before the Drake scene] because it’s always about the female taking back the power, and if you want to be flirty and funny that’s fine, but always keeping the power and the control in everything.



The November issue of GQ hits newsstands nationwide on October 28.

-Stay Fly!


In Fashion: Big Sean Gives Fall Fashion In GQ

Big Sean makes his rounds by entering the fashion gates of GQ once again; rocking the latest fashion trends for the fall. In this particular spread, GQ displays some key items that you have right in your closet that can be paired to another unthinkable item. Check out more pics below…

Stories The Fly Discussion

Beyonce Vs. Rihanna: Who’s Cover Was The Fly-est?


Well of course, you know my vote (Rae speaking)! Yes, you know I had to be reminded of what Rihanna‘s GQ cover even looked like after I saw Beyonce’s uber sexy situation! However, the similarities are striking as far as flesh is concerned, and it does pose a question, who’s cover was the fly-est? Let’s remove the writing shall we?


[Fly-LIGHTs] Diesel X GQ’s Holiday Gift Guide Event ….

Tuesday evening, Team SFPL was on deck to celebrate Diesel‘s first ever Holiday Gift Guide in collaboration with GQ Magazine, hosted by GQ’s Executive Stylist, Brett Fahlgren


[Fly-LIGHTs] Chris Paul Covers GQ Magazine

Los Angeles Clippers resident, Chris Paul, is the latest cover of GQ, gracing their October 2012 “Special Issue” as one of three covers, alongside  Denzel Washington and actor, Javier Bardem.