You’ve seen her perform ‘Only Girl In The World’ and ‘Where Have You Been’, but now peep Rihanna‘s serving of ‘Man Down’ at last weekend’s ‘Wireless Festival‘.

Undeniably better than her attempt at Hackney’s Radio 1 Weekend, peep her in action below…


Two nights ago, following a performance in Shanghai, B2K sensation Raz B was hospitalized in the city following a horrific accident in his hotel room.

Details below…


Frank Ocean‘s show-stopping performance on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon moments ago lived up to its must-see billing. For, while his talent – as expected – showed up and showed out, the performance was garnished with an added coat of brilliance in that it was chosen as “the” one to launch its housing album ‘Channel Orange’.

The rare and surprising move, actioned by label Def Jam, saw the release of the eagerly anticipated set  brought forward by seven days (hitting iTunes at the strike of 12.00am) to coincide with the performance. It’s a move no doubt set in motion to capitalize on Ocean’s sexuality-bearing  letter – which remains a headline grabber a week after it rocked the industry.

Hence, in staying true to his reclusive “music does the talking” M-O, Ocean didn’t sit down with Fallon, instead he made folk sit up with a haunting showcase of ‘Bad Religion’.

Check it after the jump…


Tonight, the latest episode of ‘Love & Hip Hop: ATL‘ airs on VH1, picking up from last week’s explosive episode.

However, before you get into its new installment peep our friends over at ‘Kempire Radio’ interviewing one of the show’s cast members, K. Michelle.

Spilling on the growing tension within the series and her thoughts on a number of is participants, this is one conversation you do not want to miss.

Enjoy above…

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A staple in the minds of many a music critic, Frank Ocean‘s name has been etched (seemingly with ink) in headlines the globe over ever since his truth-baring letter was made public last week.

And with a high-profile performance on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon slated for this evening, multiple sources are confirming that -in light of recent events- the release of his hotly anticipated album ‘Channel Orange’ has been pushed up. All the way up.

Details after the jump…


Nicki Minaj continued in her bid to dominate the UK yesterday, working the crowd at  the T In The Park‘ event.

Rousing her audience with a set list that included ‘Moment 4 Life’ , the 5x Platinum ‘Starships’ and the budding hit ‘Pound The Alarm’, the Pop star’s performance was ‘colorful’ to say the least.

All the fun below…


While her vocals and choreography are a little too rough and stiff for our liking, there’s no denying Rihanna‘s ‘presence’ on stage.

Presence, she served up during her set at last night’s Wireless Fest aided by a carefully designed stage, which you’d agree might be her grandest yet.

Whipped up to distract her audience from her inevitable missteps, peep the hit or miss star and snippets from her elaborate set below…


Keyshia Cole wasn’t the only R&B beaut to grace the 2012 Essence Music Fest this year.

Yes, in what certifies the event as one of the hottest of the year, last night saw Mary J. Blige took to the stage to perform a set of her more well loved material.

A cut above the bulk of her other performances, her delivery at the show was ‘fierce’ to say the least.

Watch her perform ‘Ain’t Nobody‘ below…


Ne-Yo returns to the dance floor with the release of his new single  ‘Let Me Love You’.

Laced with R&B undertones, the number comes before the release of his new LP ‘R.E.D’ due on September 18th which also features the Urban smash ‘Lazy Love’.

Enjoy below…


No Doubt and Rihanna are just two of the stars set to perform at this year’s ‘IHeartRadio Music Fest’ this year.

Set to take place at the MGM Grand on September 21 and 22, the Ryan Seacrest hosted event will also feature performances by Mary J. Blige and Shakira.

Details below…


Later on this year, Joss Stone will release ‘The Soul Sessions: Volume 2′ to her remaining fan base.

So, in what marks one of her best performances to date, the belter took to the UK’s ‘Sunday Brunch’ to perform the Honey Cone cut ‘While You’re Out Looking For Sugar’, all in aid of the anticipated release.

Watch below…


Femcee Azealia Banks has seen her buzz stretch far and wide, a trend which looks to continue with the release of her new mixtape ‘Fantasea’ – the cover for which was unmasked today

The hotly anticipated mixtape (due July 11th) features songs ‘Jumanji’, ‘Nathan’, and ‘Aquababe’, and precedes Banks’ eagerly awaited debut album ‘Broke With Expensive Taste’ – which hits stores in September.

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