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November 2017

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November 21: King Kendrick

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Kendrick Lamar graces the cover of Variety magazine, where he discusses his praised career, slew of hits, the country's political state and more. “America will survive once it recognizes the position it’s in, and the trials that it’s facing. Once people stop being nonchalant to it and recognize it, that’s when," he explains. "When it’s not something that’s just swept under the rug because we’re the quote-unquote ‘greatest country in the world.’”

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November 20: Meeting New (Famous) Friends

Kehlani via Instagram

The 2017 American Music Awards brought out some of the biggest names in music, which provided some great photo ops! Kehlani caught up with friend DJ Khaled on the red carpet and met the famous Asahd as well. The singer also revealed she'll be going on tour with the producer and Demi Lovato next year!

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November 13: He Won't Be Silenced

GQ via Instagram

Colin Kaepernick graces the cover of GQ's latest Men of the Year issue, where he has been named Citizen of the Year. The football free agent doesn’t give an interview himself, but instead has notables like Ava DuVernay and J. Cole congratulate him on beginning the important movement of bending the knee in sake of social injustices.

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November 8: From Rap Star to Movie Star

Ruven Afanador for The Hollywood Reporter

Drake looks mighty dapper in his new cover story for The Hollywood Reporter, where the rapper discusses his plan to return to his acting roots. No, this won't be another rehash of Wheelchair Jimmy in Degrassi! Instead, the Toronto native explains he wants to create movies and original TV shows with Netflix, A24 studios and Apple. His first step? Reviving the cult UK crime series Top Boy (Drake serves as executive producer) that will premiere on Netflix in 2019.

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November 6: A Major Reunion

@majorlazer via Instagram

Diplo and Camila Cabello came together for an adorable snuggly reunion at iHeartRadio Fiesta Latina: Celebrating Our Heroes on Saturday (Nov. 4). The two friends, who previously collaborated on Major Lazer’s “Know No Better,” both performed at the Miami benefit concert. It featured tributes to various communities affected by the natural disasters in Puerto Rico, Mexico, Florida, Texas & more. Ricky Martin, Luis Fonsi, CNCO, Don Omar and other artists also took the stage.

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November 21: King Kendrick

Kendrick Lamar graces the cover of Variety magazine, where he discusses his praised career, slew of hits, the country's political state and more. “America will survive once it recognizes the position it’s in, and the trials that it’s facing. Once people stop being nonchalant to it and recognize it, that’s when," he explains. "When it’s not something that’s just swept under the rug because we’re the quote-unquote ‘greatest country in the world.’”

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