Bad gal Rihanna has debut the gray-scale themed music visual for her sixth Unapologetic single, “What Now.”
Peep the Jeff Nicholas, Jonathan Craven, and Darren Craig-directed clip up top, which features a dark, isolated and emotionally drained Rih Rih.
Now that the everything has simmered down after the premiere of the TLC biopic, the group’s former manager Pebbles has finally stepped forward.
The “Do Me Right” singer stopped by the Wendy Williams Show to tell her side of the story, but didn’t really say much due to “confidentiality agreements.”
However, she did answer some juicy questions like whether she really gave T-Boz, Left-Eye & Chilli a $25 weekly allowance, if the ladies really had to buy their name back from her and whether she believes that Chilli allegedly slept with her former husband, L.A. Reid back in the day. Ooo wee!
On whether she kicked Chill out of the group:
Absolutely not. T-Boz & Left Eye did [...] Because of what they said was happening in the studio [...] They made group rules.
Back in 2010, we highlighted a singer-songwriter by the name of B. Howard.
Now the international artist recently premiered his new song, “I Do It.” Co-produced by himself and Remo the Hitmaker, the radio-friendly pop track features his crisp vocals over body-moving, club-worthy instrumentals.
As for where this song can be found, it will be on his upcoming America-released EP called Official, along with 6 other tracks. In the meantime, peep his new record after the jump and share your thoughts.
Some of you may remember his 2007 dance hit, “Say Goodbye to Love.” Now 6 years later, singer-songwriter Kenna has been busy dishing out 3-track EPs before the official release of his next, untitled studio album.
Coming from the second installment of his Imitation Is Suicide series, we find the smooth, electric-pop and self-produced record, “Love is Still Alive.”
This chapter of Imitation [Is Suicide] is the heartbreak chapter of the series. Everybody goes through it and inevitably you realize that love continues to exist like atoms and energy. This is one of my favorite songs because it’s a reminder that there is always something to live for.
First a selfie pic. Now a Facetime surprise! Clearly the BeyHive is winning!
While performing at the in Adelaide, Australia, Beyonce decided to do a little impromptu multi-tasking as she sang her fan-favorite “Irreplacable.” As she sang the chorus, she quickly grabbed a fan’s iPhone saying, “This is a first.” Adding, “Hi. He’s doing Facetime right now. Nice to meet you!”
Yep. Bedazzled and all, Blue Ivy’s mama ain’t missin’ a beat. You can peep the randomness, beginning at the 0:15 mark. Hopefully this one isn’t a set-up like everyone was saying about the last incident! Chile…
Now that the lead single from her new Christmas album, A Mary Christmas is out for the world to hear, the Queen of Hip-Hop Soul has now premiered the visuals to match.
Check out Mary J. Blige‘s newest music video for her rendition of the Judy Garland holiday classic, “Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas.” Direction credit goes to Markus Klinko and Indrani. Shouts to Marc Bouwer for making her gold dress!
A Mary Christmas is in stores now.
Soul singer India.Arie and her Songversation Tour made a pit stop in the hustling & bustling city of New York (November 2). Held at the renown Manhattan venue of the Beacon Theatre, Ms. Arie carried on a soulfully solid, yet intimately musical conversation before an audience of 2,000-plus fans and onlookers.
After the show was kicked off by fellow singer Emily King, India stepped into the spotlight with her signature style – all while images and inspirational quotes were projected in the background, evoking the vibe of what is to come. Before getting into the main event, Arie made it clear that it was not be a concert but a “songversation” between her self and those in the audience. And we must admit that it was exactly that: an intimate moment between an artist and those present to experience touched talent.
US Senator Cory Booker (L), D-NJ, takes his oath of office from US Vice President Joe Biden during a ceremonial swearing-in in the Old Senate Chamber at the US Capitol earlier this week in Washington, DC.
The 44 year-old Yale University Law school alum put his hand on the bible in front of his 60 year-old smiling mother, Helen. His father, Cary, passed away in early October before seeing his son elected to the office.
Booker had 55 percent of the vote to beat out Republican businessman and former mayor Steve Lonegan and has now made history being the first African American to represent New Jersey in the U.S. Senate.
He resigned this week as mayor of Newark, the state’s largest city. Congrats to him!
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