Beyonce shot the video for ‘I Was Here’ in NYC last night and today- the first snap from the video has surfaced online.

Shot in aid of World Humanitarian Day, the singer/songwriter performed the cut for her fans and colleagues alike- Diane Warren and Teresa LeBarbera White included- at the United Nations General Assembly.

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Love it or hate it, there’s no denying the impact Lady GaGa‘s 2011 album ‘Born This Way’ made on both her commercial and branding front.

On a commercial tip it serves as one of 2011’s best US sellers, pushing a sweet  5 million copies worldwide by the year’s end.

However, despite being heralded for being socially aware on a thematic tip, the project saw her once light, bright and refreshing  message obliterated to make room for a cause some felt was a little…stifling.

Now, ‘Turn Me On‘ producer David Guetta has shared his thoughts on the release, and its long awaited follow up ‘ARTPOP’.

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In taking a break from her increasingly busy schedule, Rita Ora took London’s DSTRKT last night- enjoying downtime with a posse of friends.

Hitting the club in the city’s West End, the one time sneaker clerk’s night marks her latest appearance before the launch of her debut album ‘ORA‘, on August 27th.

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Cop a gander at Brit Pop force the Spice Girls, reportedly in rehearsals for tomorrow evening’s Olympic Closing Ceremony.

Snapped in action hours ago, the ‘Spice Up Your Life‘ singers attracted a crowd and paparazzi as they readied their heavily anticipated reunion, believed to see them perform a medley of their greatest hits.

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After racking up praise aplenty with her debut album ‘The ArchAndroid (Suites II and III)’, stage blazer Janelle Monae is gearing up to release its hotly anticipated follow-up.

Earmarked for a late 2012 arrival, the LP now has a title. Find out what it’s been christened after the jump…


Check this snap of ‘ARTPOP‘ star Lady GaGa posing it up with a fan in Chicago recently.

Reportedly taken after the pictured Monster spotted the disguised star, the pic surfaces a month before she is set to unveil further details on her new LP and launch the next stage of her ‘Born This Way Ball‘ tour.

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This week’s That Grape Juice Cover Star is A. Fox. Watch as the songstress takes on Aaliyah‘s Drake-assisted tune ‘Enough Said’ below:

Given the buzz about forthcoming music from late R&B superstar Aaliyah, it should come as no surprise that this week’s cover would be related.

With a tone somewhat reminiscent of Aaliyah’s ever-praised falsetto, Fox definitely succeeds in her attempt to convey the same emotion the late songstress was going for in ‘Said’.  And it doesn’t hurt that Miss Fox also looked to dress the part as well.

For more on Miss Fox, check out her Youtube page here.


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As reported here, ‘Poker Face’ performer Lady Gaga saw face afront September’s ‘Vogue’ magazine.  Set to hit stands August 14th, the mag’s cover showcases Gaga’s bottle-esque figure (an obvious ode to the singer’s forthcoming fragrance line).

As fans prepare for the accompanying feature story – the dish on her new fragrance ‘The Fame’, current ‘Born This Way Ball’ tour, and new album ARTPOP – all are invited to see what went down behind the scenes of Gaga’s fierce ‘Vogue’ shoot.

See it all below:





With just a week left before fans can get to experience pop legend Whitney Houston‘s final movie role, the cast of the highly anticipated ‘Sparkle’ set their promo efforts into overdrive for the film.

The star studded cast, which also features Derek Luke, Omari Hardwick, Cee Lo Green, and more, saw its leading ladies Jordin Sparks, Tika Sumpter, and Carmen Ejogo feature on September’s Ebony magazine.

And, as their promo efforts continue to cross many-an-outlet, a recent sitdown saw the ladies quizzed on their thoughts on who should assume the role of Houston in a biopic – should one ever come to light.  Find out who they think could fill the shoes of the legendary diva below:


As one of the many masterminds to craft Aaliyah‘s trademark sound, there was little doubt Missy Elliott would be called to  contribute on the star’s recently confirmed posthumous album.

Unfortunately, despite her contributions to the music they are undoubtedly profiting from, Elliott has revealed that the singer’s label Blackground Recordings did not invite her to work on the LP.

Claiming, that the ailing music group is yet to even tell her about the project.

Her comments below…


Say hey to the latest reworking of Michael Jackson‘s ‘Bad‘, featuring Pitbull and remixed by Afrojack.

Pulled from the late star’s forthcoming album Bad 25, a 60 second snippet from the release is now ready for your first listen below.



Beyonce put her star power to good use today, lending her voice to today’s ‘World Humanitarian Day‘ festivities in NYC.

Speaking at the UN Security Council an hour or so ago, the singer/songwriter also shot the video for her latest release ‘I Was Here’ at the event, all before she donates the proceeds from the single to its cause.

Unsure of what the day is in aid of?

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