New Nicki Minaj music is on the way.
How she’s whipping up excitement for her esoteric and experimental set?
A brilliant and beautiful spread with ‘The New York Times.‘
Pink is on-course to open with the highest numbers of her career with new album ‘Beautiful Trauma.’ But the Pop rebel isn’t letting that slow down her promotional push.
The singer stopped by Good Morning America today to deliver a double helping of vocal excellence.
She first thrilled with a soaring rendition of lead single ‘What About Us’ and followed with a stirring rendition of ‘Beautiful Trauma.’
Peep both showings below…
In 1998 the Pop group DREAM impacted the scene with material they hoped would see them rise to levels reached by their peers TLC, Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera.
In 2017, one of its members has revealed that her time within the industry was more akin to a nightmare.
Melissa Schuman’s story below…
The whereabouts of Tinashe‘s sophomore album may be an unsolved mystery, but the starlet isn’t letting the hold-up dim her light.
Last night she took front-stage centre at the Dodgers game to perform the US National Anthem.
How did she do with her rendition of the ‘Star Spangled Banner’? Watch below and let us know…
“This film and its contents do not inherently convey or praise any kind of occult.”
The disclaimer above, much like that found in his idol, Michael Jackson‘s, iconic ‘Thriller’ video, introduces the video for Chris Brown‘s NSFW video for ‘High End.’
Directed by Brown himself (with help from Spiff TV), the star-studded visual features cameos from Trey Songz, Teyana Taylor, Fabolous, and, of course, the song’s co-stars Future and Young Thug.
See the frightening clip inside and tell us your thoughts:
Unlike sister Tina Campbell (who recently braved a backlash for her open support of President Donald Trump), ‘Mary Mary’ star Erica Campbell is not exactly a fan of “The Donald.”
Yet, while she is not in favor of Trump and his widely reported antics, that has not impacted her coming to the defense of younger sister, Tina. Taking to her radio show, ‘Get Up! Mornings with Erica Campbell,’ the ‘Help’ hitmaker said:
“I appreciate my sister’s [Tina’s] boldness. This is America.” “We should be free to say what we want, and not be vilified or bashed.”
Erica made sure to remind listeners she does not share her sister’s stance:
We’re back this week with yet another underrated gem. Today’s From The Vault pick is Ciara’s ‘Can’t Leave ‘Em Alone’ featuring former flame 50 Cent.
An ode to the “dope boys,” ‘Alone’ is an 80’s flavored R&B-Pop track which was released as the third single from CiCi’s sophomore set, ‘The Evolution.’
It was helmed by producer-extraordinaire Darkchild and boasted a guest verse from a still scorching Fiddy.
Sadly, the song didn’t perform as well as the album’s first two singles ‘Promise’ and ‘Like A Boy.’ Instead, it barely reached the US Top 40 – though it still went Gold. An international push did not take place.
Released just in time for Summer 2007, the colorful and sun-soaked video saw Ciara strut the streets of ATL in hyper hot pants before joining bae for a romantic dinner on a rooftop.
Of course the video also featured “those” shots of Miss Harris and 50 cuddled up and topless – which did nothing to dispel the rumors (at the time) about the pair dating.
The Fat Cats-directed vid went to #1 on BET’s 106 & Park.
We’re sure we’re not the only ones who deemed the song a winner on first listen. It’s still puzzling how it wasn’t received with open arms by critics and the record buying public, as we feel it a solid example of what a Pop/Urban Ciara sounds like at her best.
In any case, ahead of the arrival of Ci’s new material, let us know…