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You know the famous saying, after the party it’s the after party.

Following the 2017 Grammy Awards, some of music’s biggest stars attended a handful of epic after parties, including GQ’s event held at the famous Chateau Marmont. Paparazzi captured celebrities as they arrived to the venue, including Big Sean, Diplo and Macy Gray.

Sean arrived without his boo, Jhene Aiko in tow, but he did bring along a major smile. The rapper, whose latest album I Decided has been receiving rave reviews, arrived to the party in a beige coat and black pants.

The Detroit rapper didn’t pick up in Grammy wins this year, but he did praise Chance the Rapper for his big night. Chance walked away with three Grammy Awards and one heck of a performance.

“Man U just went crazy on them congrats bro,” Sean tweeted after the show.

Ray J and his wife, Princess Love arrived arm in arm and per the usual, appeared madly in love. Ray sported a grey suit while his gorgeous wifey rocked a tight white low-plunging dress.

Quincy Jones and Macy Gray made rare appearances at the party — Quincy sported a classic printed scarf and Gray looked relatively simple in a basic red dress.


Cardi B. Just Made Rap History!!



You can’t F with her if you wanted to…

Carbi B. scored a major hit with her single “Bodak Yellow”. And after a viral campaign calling for fans to make Cardi #1, it happened. The reality star turned rapper just dethroned Taylor Swift for the number one position on the Hot 100 chart.

According to Billboard:

Cardi B is only the fifth female rapper ever to lead the Hot 100 at all. After (Lauryn) Hill (with “Doo Wop (That Thing)” in 1998), Lil’ Kim ruled for five weeks in 2001 with Christina Aguilera, Mya and P!nk on “Lady Marmalade”; Shawnna reigned as featured on Ludacris’ “Stand Up,” which topped the Dec. 6, 2003, chart; and Iggy Azalea‘s introductory Hot 100 hit, “Fancy,” featuring Charli XCX, led for seven weeks in 2014.

Cardi B is also the first female soloist to top the Hot 100 with a debut track unaccompanied by another artist since Meghan Trainor, whose “All About That Bass” led for eight weeks beginning Sept. 20, 2014.

Let’s all clap for Cardi!

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