Chris Brown fans have certainly been spoilt today. As well as a slew of promotional appearances to support his new ‘F.A.M.E’ LP, the video for the project’s latest single ‘Beautiful People’ surfaced moments ago.
Check out the clip for the Benny Benassi produced cut, which premiered on MTV’s The Seven, below.
Nelly, The Game, Estelle, Brandy, Omarion, Bow Wow, Tyga, Teyana Taylor, and Timbaland feature.
Jennifer Hudson made a promotional appearance on ‘The View’ today. However, the thunderous belter was outshone by an unexpected person in the studio who wanted to show off his pipes to the audience – her infant son, David.
Look below for Hudson’s lengthy interview and her show-stopping performance of ‘Where You At’ from her recently released ‘I Remember Me’ album:
While media outlets continue to focus on Chris Brown’s eventful interview on ‘Good Morning America’ today, many have forgotten that the he also performed live in the show’s studio. The entertainer delivered a rousing performance of his club anthem ‘Yeah 3x’, proving that, despite what the tabloids might report, he is one of the best in the dancers game today.
2010 was a year of ups and downs for Grammy Award-winning hitmaker Ne-Yo. The singer welcomed a daughter and scored a #1 single in the UK with ‘Beautiful Monster’ but also had to endure lackluster sales with his most recent album, ‘Libra Scale’.
In an exclusive chat with That Grape Juice, Ne-Yo addressed several points including why his album stalled on the charts and the musical direction of his next studio effort. The ever-opinionated artist also openly shared his thoughts on Usher’s upcoming “Revolutionary Pop” album, writing songs for Beyonce’s new project as well as working with Jennifer Hudson.
Additionally, Ne-Yo discussed his distaste for “lazy” singers who overuse auto-tune and his thoughts on Rihanna’s vocal ability in relation to that trend.
The 1st major chart battle of 2011 is finally here! However, this is a showdown with a twist as it will take place between 2 completely different types artists – Jennifer Hudson and Chris Brown.
Hudson’s ‘I Remember Me’ serves as the singer’s 2nd studio album, following her gold-certified self-titled debut LP which was released in 2008. The record, which includes credits from Alicia Keys, Swizz Beatz, R. Kelly and Dianna Warren, has received generally positive reviews from critics across the board.
On the other side of the spectrum, Brown’s ‘F.A.M.E’ album is already being heralded as the year’s comeback project to watch. Preceded by the worldwide smash ‘Yeah 3x’ and the unexpected hit ‘Deuces (Ft. Tyga & Kevin McCall)’, the collection comprises a blockbuster lineup of collaborators such as Lil Wayne and Justin Bieber.
So which album will you buy? Will you support the vocal gymnastics of Hudson’s traditional R&B offering or the high-octane R&B/Pop club collection of Brown? Vote below and, for those of you who already heard the albums, let us know what you think!
Jennifer Hudson was all smiles at her launch party for her ‘I Remember Me’ album last evening. The vocal heavyweight was accompanied by her mentor Clive Davis at the event which was presented by Weight Watchers and ARISTA Records.