This week’s classic From The Vault video is Lil’ Kim et al’s 1997 remake of ‘Ladies Night’. Lifted from the movie soundtrack to ‘Nothing to Lose’, the Missy Elliott produced cut and its accompanying video remain etched history as one of the most potent displays of female Hip-Hop unity we’ve seen to date. What’s more, their take on the already classic number packed such a punch that it still goes hard to date. Ladies, we salute you..
Peep Solange on the cover of the September/October issue of ‘Fashizback’.
It’s quite clear to see where they were trying to go with this one. Unfortunately, between the hideous eye make-up and the cover’s generally cheap aura, they missed the mark – by a long shot.
Following a number of false-starts, Kelly Rowland has confirmed that her third studio album will not be hitting stores this year.
Full story below…
After a series of chart disasters, struggling diva Jennifer Lopez is pinning her hopes on Beyonce’s creative team to revive her music career.
Full story after the jump…
Chris Brown and N.E.R.D. took over West Broadway in New York City last evening to help kick off ‘Fashion Night Out’. Brown showed off his dancing skills while the group sang many of their most popular songs. Check out all the action below via Chris Brown Web:
Jason Derulo hit the stage at the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards Concert pre-event hosted by Taco Bell at the Music Box at Henry Fonda Theatre. No comment. Peep more images below via Derulo Daily:
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The X-factor 2010 audition phase continued tonight, with the usual array of hot and not performances. Check out what week 4 of the hit show served up below…
Best and worst of this week’s performances below…
Rap-Up TV caught up with the Black Eyed Peas at the BMI Urban Music Awards last evening. The group revealed some details about their new album, ‘The Beginning’, which might hit stores later this year. Lead artist, Will.i.am, also shared his views about the “fresh” Nicki Minaj and the possibility of him collaborating with her again in the future. Peep the footage below:
Leona Lewis took a break from recording her new album to participate in a worthy cause. The singer joined Stevie Wonder and other performers at the ‘Stand Up To Cancer’ telethon in an effort to raise awareness and funding for cancer research. Check out all the performances below:
Dance diva Kelly Rowland amps up the fierceness in the latest issue of YRB magazine. The daring shoot was shot by noted photographer Mike Ruiz. Love it!