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Pharrell talks about his girls-only gym, being 40, and his views on the cosmos

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Step aside Jay and ‘Ye, Pharrell is the new King of Cool. The rapper/producer/entreprener/fashion icon graces the cover of the GQ‘s Style Issue this month. (Yep, he’s winking at you.)

The photo spread featured an amazing polka-dot ensemble that you can’t miss. Pharrell really seems to be bringing the Dr. Seuss game to his style choices and it totally works for him. (It’s the cheekbones.) While cruising around Miami, he shared his thoughts on politics, black culture and the space and time continuum. Here are some highlights:

On the girls-only gym he’s invested in: “they can find their inner beauty and find their inner challenging spirit and find their bravery, all by dancing, and then at the same time getting fit…you’re going to see loads and loads of women doing, you know, trap dances and squatting low…”

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5 things we learned from GQ's Snoop Lion profile

snoop-lion_510x292It’s Snoop Lion. Not Snoop Doggy Dogg. Not Snoop Dogg. Snoop Lion. Get it straight.

The former Death Row gangsta rapper and Dr. Dre protegĂ© has been more or less officially reincarnated thanks to a new album, Reincarnated, and a documentary film called …Reincarnated.

And as would be the case with any star’s major identity shift, Snoop’s transformation has invited a host of new publicity, including a profile in GQ’s January issue.

For the piece, writer Drew Magary accompanied the reborn reggae artist to a meal in L.A. and later, to a medical marijuana dispensary. Here’s what we learned:

1. Snoop, 41, never thought he’d live this long.

“You always think 21 is your number in the hood, you know? Twenty-one. I’ve doubled up. As you become a man, you start having kids and living. You put the guns away, and your music becomes Hey, I’m with my kid and I’m living now…as opposed to Fthat – I’ll shoot you on sight.READ FULL STORY

Six things we learned from GQ's Frank Ocean interview

Image credit: Peggy Sirota / GQ

2012′s been a busy year for Frank Ocean. The R&B singer released Channel Orange, a game-changing record that debuted at #2 on the Billboard 200. He played high-profile gigs at the MTV Video Music Awards and Saturday Night Live. He opened up about a failed romance with a man on his Tumblr.

Now the Odd Future affiliate, who was born Lonny Breaux, has spoken to GQ about his humble upbringing in New Orleans, his rapid ascent to stardom, and the post that could have potentially derailed his career. Here’s what we learned:

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