With the recent announcement of Kelly Rowland‘s addition to the X-Factor (U.S.) panel, the “Kisses Down Low” singer has joined her fellow judges Simon Cowell, Paulina Rubio and Demi Lovato to begin filming footage for the talent competition’s third season.
The four of them appeared together on Tuesday, May 21st as auditions kicked off in Charleston, South Carolina. With talent auditions continuing until July 12th, Season 3 of the U.S. edition of X-Factor is scheduled to premiere in Fall 2013 on FOX.
Created by Julia Ahumada Grob and Yamin Segal, and filmed right on site, East WillyB sets place along the historic Bushwick and Knickerbocker Avenues. The web series uncovers a story about the myriad of faces that make up the Latino community of Brooklyn and explores the ways their lives intertwine to create the extended family so essential to the culture.
Equipped with drama and sheer comedy, East WillyB offers an enthralling glimpse into the life of the urban American-Latino community, while embracing the true diversity of Brooklyn.
It’s been a minute since Goodie Mob has been on the scene. The Atlanta based crew has been on and off the scene since their last studio album release on 2004, but have reunited for a new project in 2013. They will be releasing their album, “Age Against the Machine” this summer and have shared a taste of what is to come with the first single.
“Special Education” featuring Janelle Monáe is a bass-heavy track with electric undertones, lyrically urging the listener to stay true to themselves and be “special”. Take a listen.
Despite the feedback from the controversial track “I Hit It First,” Ray J says he’s over Kim.
The R&B singer stopped by Wendy today and of course, Ms. Williams wanted to know about the song that serenades Kim Kardashian in an explicit way. When asked whether the pixelated track cover [and the song] was about the TV personality, Ray J revealed, what we could pretty much guess:
Listen, Wendy, I’ve never denied it. I’ve never denied it. I just felt like in the promotional campaign to go so hard after you already kinda know what the song is about, I just felt like that was too much. So I let the song speak for itself
Wendy then hit him with the question all of us wants to know, “Why doesn’t he just get over her?”