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The 2014 American Music Awards Complete Hip-Hop Winners List

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Tonight’s American Music Awards feature a slew of hip-hop performances, with Iggy Azalea, Nicki Minaj and Lil Wayne all set to take the stage, as well as Mary J. Blige, Pitbull—who also handles hosting duties—and Wyclef Jean, among others. And Iggy is leading the way in the nominations with six, including nods for Artist Of The Year, New Artist Of The Year, Single Of The Year and Favorite Artist (Rap/Hip-Hop) against Drake and Eminem. So, who is taking home the top prizes? We’ll update the complete winners list for the 2014 American Music Awards as the night goes on.

Winners in bold with *asterisk

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Iggy Azalea
Luke Bryan
One Direction
Katy Perry

5 Seconds of Summer
Iggy Azalea
Sam Smith
Meghan Trainor

Iggy Azalea featuring Charli XCX, “Fancy”
John Legend, “All Of Me”
MAGIC!, “Rude”
Katy Perry featuring Juicy J, “Dark Horse”
Pharrell Williams, “Happy”

John Legend
Sam Smith
Pharrell Williams

Iggy Azalea
Katy Perry

Iggy Azalea

Iggy Azalea, The New Classic
Drake, Nothing Was The Same
Eminem, The Marshall Mathers LP 2

Chris Brown
John Legend
Pharrell Williams

Jhené Aiko
Mary J. Blige

Beyoncé, Beyoncé
John Legend, Love In The Future
Pharrell Williams, G I R L

An Almost Unbeatable Magnus Carlsen Defends His Title As World Chess Champion

Carslen Game 11 Win

Magnus Carlsen successfully defended his title as World Chess Champion on Sunday. He defeated Challenger Viswanathan Anand in Game 11 of a 12-game match to achieve the 6.5 points needed to claim victory.

Anand really went for it, attempting a dramatic sacrificial strategy when playing with the black pieces. It was a fitting end to a rematch of the 2013 WCC, when Carlsen ended Anand’s 5-time reign as champion.

Over the course of several weeks, Carlsen proved himself to be a tenacious, precise, and at times ferocious competitor, while Anand drew upon all his reserves in an effort to prove that at 44, he could recover the title he lost to the 23-year-old in 2013.

There were no theatrics after Anand resigned in a lost position and shook the now two-time World Champion’s hand. That isn’t what happens in chess. There’s no jumping up and down and there’s no fist-pumping, after hours of fierce concentration. 

Rather, Carslen and Anand briefly discussed the game, then left the stage in Sochi, Russia to celebrate and commiserate with their respective entourages.


Anand initially looked to be aiming for a draw with black in Game 11, setting up a decisive showdown in Game 12, when he would be playing white. The opening was once again the Ruy Lopez, Berlin Defense, which as I’ve pointed out during the numerous times it’s been employed during this WCC is well-known at Grandmaster-level play for being a drawing weapon.

However, on move 27, Anand executed a daring sacrifice of his rook, with the goal of advancing a pawn to Carlsen’s back rank, promoting it to a queen (the queens had been exchanged earlier). Here’s the position:

Carlsen Anand Game 11 Rook Sac

A collective gasp went through the chess world.

With the white bishop on c3, Carlsen then took the rook that Anand moved to b4.

Then attention shifted to Anand’s pawns on the a- and b-files. Game on, and how!

Ultimately, Carlsen was able to stave off the attack, liberate two of his own pawns in the endgame, and force Anand’s resignation on the 45th move.

The former World Champion had gone down swinging.


The game was complicated and unusual — “Wow!” was the word that the commentators in the official online broadcast used to characterize Anand’s decision to press the attack rather than working for a draw.

I’ll come back to this post for an update once I’ve had a chance to study the game a bit more deeply. 

But the bottom is that Magnus Carlsen has passed his second big test as the greatest chess player in the world. 

He’s repeated as World Champion. In the process, Anand managed a single win. Right now, Carlsen is very, very hard to beat.

You can watch the replay of the game here.

And you can review the game at ChessBomb.

SEE ALSO: The Stage Is Set For An Epic Finish At The World Chess Championship

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It’s time to treat push notifications as sacred

This post was originally published on my Medium blog. Once, many years ago, when you purchased your first smartphone, you joined the always-online revolution. Gone were the days of status messages like “afk” or “brb” — no, you, humble smartphone owner, are now a part of the hyper-connected world in which you’re never afk. Push notifications were the revolution of fast, always available internet that came with 3G. They made it easy to be on the pulse of the internet; instant gratification for your latest Instagram picture, who liked your Facebook status or up to the second news right on your lock…

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10 Foreign TV Shows You Should Be Watching

Doctor WhoFall TV season is well underway. 

While a few new series are coming to air, a few have already received the ax.

If you’re bored with the current crop of TV shows, we’ve picked ten of the best series from around the world that you really shouldn’t miss.

Most are available to stream on Netflix, Hulu, or Amazon.

“Misfits” (UK)

What it’s about: The dramedy follows a group of lower-class teenage felons who have been sentenced to community service. On their first day, they develop super powers after getting struck during an electrical storm.

Why you should watch: The strange, dark, risqué and hilarious world of “Misfits” has been a secret among Europeans and Australians for years airing for five seasons through 2013 making for some of the best supernatural TV since “Heroes.”

The series won Best Drama Series at the BAFTA Television Awards in 2010. 

Where to watch: Hulu

Watch the trailer.

“Please Like Me” (Australia)

What it’s about: The dramedy follows twenty-something Josh Thomas as he comes to the realization he’s gay.

Why you should watch: Gently navigating between touching and hilarious, the Australian series is quirky and refreshingly genuine. While it only reached small audiences in Australia, the series has been critically acclaimed in America with reviews referring to it as the “best new TV comedy you’ve never heard of” and “one of the year’s best shows.” Millennial network “Pivot” picked it up for at least another two seasons.

Where to watch: Pivot TV

Watch the trailer.

“Luther” (UK)

What it’s about: Gritty, dark, and hauntingly cinematic, Luther follows the investigations of Detective Chief Inspector John Luther (Idris Elba).

Why you should watch: The performance by Elba is enough reason to tune into the series. Luther is a blunt instrument consumed by his cases. His best friend for much of the series is a charmingly insane serial killer, Alice Morgan (Ruth Wilson), who he meets in the series’ premiere.

The series’ pacing and cinematography knows when to let periods of horror breathe without interruption. 

Where to watch:  Netflix

Watch the trailer.

See the rest of the story at Business Insider

Watch T.I. And Young Thug’s “I Need War” Video

T.I. is busy promoting his recent album, Paperwork and working on a joint LP with Jeezy. But, being the hustler that he is, he takes time out to endorse his team’s September mixtape, G.D.O.D. 2 with a new video. Today, the Kang releases a visual for the Young Thug assisted track “I Need War” which features what looks like an epic paint ball battle.

Check out the video, above.

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