In somewhat of an unlikely collaboration, rapper Eminem has teamed up with Pink for ‘Won’t Back Down’, a track lifted from his forthcoming LP ‘Recovery’. Check out the Hip-Hop meets Rock cut after the jump…
Shooting has commenced for Tyler Perry’s hotly anticipated new movie, ‘For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow Is Enuf’ (a mouthful, huh?).
Check out Pop icon Janet Jackson filming her first scenes in New York yesterday (June 3rd).
Peep Dance diva Kelly Rowland glamming it up on the red carpet at VH1 Hip-Hop Honors last night. Rowland, 29, joined a host of other celebs at the star-studded event, which took place at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York.
More pics below, including a shot of Kelly and BBF, Brandy backstage….
That Grape Juice is pleased to announce that we will be interviewing Ciara next week. Originally set to be conducted today (I know, last minute!), our time has been re-scheduled to next week.
Have any questions for the ‘Ride’ singer? As usual, drop them in the ‘comments’ section. Please note, only legitimate questions will be considered!
Dance diva Kelly Rowland features on the cover of the June issue of Musicology magazine. Though a shot from the album / ‘Commander’ single packaging, there’s no doubt Ms. Kelly looks stunning!
Speaking of ‘Commander’, the ‘official’ video for the song has been confirmed to premiere on (Wednesday) June 9th. Indeed both Rowland and her camp have stated that the current video floating around is an early edit (which was illegally leaked). As many know, music videos are subject to a number of edits / revamps – with essential input from the director, artist, and label. In any case, roll on next Wednesday.
UPDATE: More ‘Musicology’ pics after the jump…
Check out Nicki Minaj on the cover VIBE magazine. The Hip-Hop sensation is featured on the the front of June/July 2010 issue of the production. Shout out to Urban Music Direct for the image!
What do you think of the cover?
Peep the official single cover for Kanye West‘s comeback single ‘Power’. The song serves as the first release from West’s brand new LP, tentatively titled ‘Good Ass Job’.
A new Fantasia cut has surfaced in the form of ‘The Worst Part Is Over’. Set to feature on the American Idol alum’s forthcoming third album, the inspirational song was produced by Oak Fielder and penned by hitmaker Claude Kelly.
Interestingly enough I have had this song on replay for a while now after it landed anonymously in my mailbox a few months back. However, it’s not Fantasia’s version, it is another R&B diva who is a regular fixture on the site (won’t say no names). You see, there is a little drama surrounding the song, and who it was supposed to be meant for. Scratch that….A LOT of drama. (Remember where you read this should the other version ever surface)
In any case, it appears as though Fantasia has it in the bag,which is a great look for the 25 year old, as the soaring ballad is a winner. Take a listen below…
A rap superstar made his presence felt on ‘Le Grand Journal’ recently. Eminem performed on the show’s stage, delivering renditions of his latest hit ‘Not Afraid’ as well as his classic ‘Stan’ and ‘Forever’. Peep the performances below:
Usher made a recent appearance on ‘Le Grand Journal’. The chart phenom expertly performed his worldwide smash ‘OMG’, much to the delight of the audience. Check out the performance below: