Here is a special sneak peek of Willow Smith’s ‘Whip My Hair‘ video. The visual is being directed by Ray Kay and will debut on BET next week. Peep a 2nd image below courtesy of Punchbowl Blog:
Kelly Rowland’s contribution to the ‘Now That’s What I Call Christmas! Vol. 4′ record has surfaced. The song, entitled ‘Wonderful Christmastime’, is actually a cover of a 1979 Paul McCartney classic. Give it a listen below via Rap-Up:
Check out this interview that J.Cole had with ‘ThisIs50′. The ‘Blow Up’ rapper talked about having a Bachelor’s degree, working with Jay-Z and his new ‘The Warm Up’ mixtape. Peep the discussion below:
Shontelle took part in a short Q&A with MTV recently. The singer/songwriter spoke about the concept of her video for ‘Impossible’ and also talked about some of her favourite television shows. Check out the mini interview below:
Well documented is the fact that Kelly Rowland‘s latest project has been quite the roller-coaster. Now set for release next year, the album’s revised deadline has afforded the 29 year old studio time with Urban heavyweights such as The-Dream & Tricky Stewert, Jermaine Dupri, Johnta Austin and Brian Michael Cox.
Now, hitmaker Rodney ‘Darkchild’ Jerkins can be added to the list of collaborators on the project.
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Fans of the late, great Michael Jackson will certainly have some cause for celebration. It has been announced that the last music video the King of Pop shot is set to be included in a new boxset.
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It’s been rather easy to forget the fact that X-Factor Cheryl Cole is releasing her sophomore album, ‘Messy Little Raindrops’, in a matter of weeks. Indeed, in the wake of Gamu-Gate, Cole’s musical makings have been very much sidelined (along with her nonsensical ‘Nation’s Sweetheart’ tag).
However, she and her team will no doubt looking to re-affix the focus on the LP as its release draws nearer – case, point, example, today’s unveiling of its artwork (above).
Based on that shot, her team seem to have opted to cultivate a cover which mirrors her ‘talent’ (see: uninspired, amateur, and generally, yet postively crap).
‘Messy Little Raindrops’ hits stores November 1st.
Pop rebel Ke$ha looks set to further silence her naysayers with the release of ‘Cannibal’ - a ‘companion’ to her Platinum selling debut ‘Animal’.
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Rihanna’s ‘Only Sheep (In The Meadow)’ ‘Only Girl (In The World)’ video was released just seconds ago. The visual was directed by the model’s long time director Anthony Mandler. Check it out below:
Ke$ha is featured on the cover of the November edition of Seventeen magazine. In the issue the auto-tune mistress revealed that people do not appreciate her voice like they should. Check out what she had to say below: