Bossip provided this new image of Beyonce and Jay-Z in New York City. The duo were having lunch in SoHo.
Ne-Yo made a guest appearance on MTV’s ‘When I Was 17′ recently. The singer/songwriter and his closest friends discussed how his odd fashion choices and how he was kicked out of school because of his constant focus on girls instead of his academics. Check out the footage below:
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Usher appeared on the latest episode of MTV’s ‘When I Was 17′. The Billboard titan reflected on his younger days as a rising playboy and revealed that he owes his once famous physique to producer Jermaine Dupri. All the action is available below:
Melanie Fiona was the latest artist featured on BET’s ‘Rising Icons’. The singer, who is currently working on her 2nd studio album, performed several songs from her budding catalog including ‘It Kills Me’, ‘Ayo’, ‘Monday Morning’ and ‘Somebody Come Get Me’. Furthermore, Fiona used the opportunity to talk about her West Indian heritage and how it is reflected in her personality. Check out the episode below:
B.o.B was featured on MTV’s ‘When I Was 17′ recently. The young rapper spoke about his days as a 17 year old when he was a fan of Alicia Keys and, strangely enough, classical moment. B.o.B also shared details about one of his most embarrassing moments as an artist during a talent show. Peep the footage below:
Check out these high-resolution shots of Janet Jackson‘s Blackglama ‘What Becomes A Legend Most?’ shoot. The 44 year old looks stunning!
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.
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