Steph Jones has finally released the video for the Pascal Guyon-produced ‘B E A utiful’. The track is featured on his EP, ‘Imperfect Me’. Check it out below:
Following her lethargic X-Factor showing last night, Rihanna sat down with Xtra Factor host Konnie Huq for a post-show interview.
During the otherwise mundane chat, the Bajan ear-drum slayer made quite the hilarious gaffe. See for yourself after the jump…
MTV aired their latest episode of ‘When I Was 17′ this past weekend, with Hip-Hop heavyweight Nelly‘s teen adventures taking centre-stage. Check out the St. Louis native, along with his friends and family, reliving his earlier days (which saw him almost take up professional baseball, and dabbling in petty theft). A great watch.
The official trailer for Beyonce‘s hotly anticipated ‘I Am…World Tour’ DVD crash-landed today. Set to air first on ABC this Thanksgiving (November 25th), the packaged-piece is inter-spliced with many an intimate moment from the 29 year old superstar. Markedly different to the DVD’s of her prior tours.
Trailer after the jump…
Rihanna hit the stage on ‘The X-Factor’ today. In the spirit of Halloween the Bajan brought her frightening vocals to the UK for a performance of ‘Only Girl (In The World)’. Check out the show below:
The X-Factor 2010 saw its fourth set of eliminations tonight. Find out who’s heading home this week…
Pop diva Kelly Rowland rocked the stage at Fun Radio’s Star Floor extravaganza in Paris last night. The 29 year old’s co-headlining set featured performances of ‘When Love Takes Over’, ‘Commander’, and a remixed version of ‘Forever & A Day’.
Peep her live showings below…(the ‘Commander’ performance is a must-see!!)
This week’s selection for From The Vault comes from Beyonce. ‘Work It Out’ served as the lead single from the ‘Austin Power in Goldmember’ film and was one of the singer’s first major attempts at solo success. However, despite the Tina Turner-inspired setup of the Mathew Rolsten-directed clip, and respectable promotion from her label, the song failed to enter the Billboard Hot 100.
By comparison, Beyonce’s bandmate Kelly Rowland’s duet with Nelly, ‘Dilemma’, was #1 on that tally for 10 weeks, initially climbing to the top spot without promotion and even before a music video has released.
Judging by the large disparity between the success of ‘Work It Out’ and ‘Dilemma’, it is quite puzzling that Beyonce’s label continued to focus on forging her solo career while almost ignoring Rowland altogether. In fact, it seems that Mathew Knowles ensured that his daughter’s first solo album, ‘Dangerously In Love’, was equipped with several of the industry’s then heavyweight producers whereas Rowland was given many of her leftovers.
Certainly this scenario provides ample evidence of the politics occurring behind the scenes at the Knowles camp. Indeed, why would they continue to emphasise only Beyonce’s endeavours but overlook Rowland who was, at that time, the more commercially viable act?
Imagine the kind of career that both artists would have had if given equal opportunities. Then again, they shoulda would coulda but didn’t. O well.
Alexandra Burke is set to re-release her Platinum selling debut ‘Overcome’ in Deluxe edition form on December 6th. Prior to then, you can check out the LP’s official tracklisting, which was revealed today.
The set comes packaged with four new songs, and a DVD…
Rihanna‘s attempts at singing may leave many reaching for them ear-plugs, however her comedic timing fares much better – as highlighted by her latest Saturday Night Live skit.
The red-head re-teamed up with ‘Shy Ronnie’ in a sequel to their Emmy nominated showing last year – ‘SNL Digital Short’. This go round, the pair attempt to rob a bank.
Check out the hilarity, which aired tonight, below…