By Sam on Wednesday 26th Sep 2012 | Filed Under Rita Ora
Easily one of best “introducing” campaigns in recent memory, Rita Ora‘s promotional train has pulled into Australia this week. There, the Roc Nation chart-topper hit many a stage, including the country’s version of ‘The X Factor’.
Watch her diamond Down Under performances of ‘R.I.P’ and ‘How We Do’ below…
‘Jackie’s Back’ diva Jenifer Lewis is back and ready to take over your screens! Already leaving her mark in movies and television, now the comedienne has her sights on the web in her new scripted web series ‘Jenifer Lewis & Shangela‘.
With co-star Shangela (of Rupaul’s Drag Race), Lewis is bringing the laughs to Youtube in the series already winning rave reviews from the critics. As its fourthepisode premiered today, get a glimpse at the action above.
For more information, visit the show’s web page here.
These days music videos seem more a requirement than an artistic investment. So few churn out visuals that demand the attention of the masses; an ironic shame given the visual age we’re in.
Imagine our surprise, then, when we stumbled upon this epic gem from British newcomer A*M*E.
Aged just 17, the pint-sized singer razzles and dazzles in the video for her infectious debut single ‘Play The Game Boy’ (due November 5th via Future/ Universal Music).
The clip packs gloss aplenty, yet it’s A*M*E herself that shines most. Indeed, between the choreography, weave flicks, and intricate isms, it’s clear the Londoner possesses a confidence and stage presence well beyond her years. What’s more she co-wrote the song too.
She has excited, does she have the same effect on you?
Despite recent years seeing him traipsing the comeback trail, music lovers know R&B veteran Ginuwine once rode to the top of pop charts with hits like ‘Pony’, ‘In Those Jeans’, and ‘So Anxious’.
While dishing on his latest happenings with our friends over at Livin’ The Hustle, the singer was quizzed on this thoughts of news that ‘Headlines’ hitmaker Drake was to produce/create an album of unreleased Aaliyah music. Already garnering criticism from her fans as well as longtime collaborators Missy Elliott and Timbaland, fans have been so anxious to hear the R&B crooner weigh in on the hot topic.
While not as fiery as her ‘Back In One Piece’ co-star DMX‘s comments, he definitely did not hold back:
As previously reported, ‘Your Body’ beauty Christina Aguilera covers the latest issue of Billboard magazine.
Readying what is said to be a media onslaught – beginning with the visual release for her latest single – Aguilera undoubtedly as her aim set for the top of charts. And, if fan response to her new album ‘Lotus’ (November 13) lead single is any indication, she may be well on her way.
Alas, taking to Billboard, the singer directly addresses her thoughts on the failure of its predecessor ‘Bionic’ as well as her ‘diva’ showdown with former “rival” Britney Spears (X Factor). Candid as ever, get into what Xtina shared below:
As reported here, the R. Kelly-penned/guested ‘I Look To You’ is one of many remastered gems listed on ‘I Will Always Love You: The Best of Whitney Houston’.
Landing in stores on November 13th, the greatest hits set, featuring two decades worth of favorites from the late diva, is also feature the Jermaine Dupri/Bryan Michael Cox-produced song “Never Give Up”.
But, before diehard Houston fans can snatch the new compilation album from stores, they’ll get a treat in the form of a documentary weeks before the album’s release…