The 2nd single to be lifted from Kelly Rowland’s new album- ‘Ms. Kelly’- has been confirmed as ‘Comeback’. According to Middlechild Promotions, the song has already been sent out to radio stations and will indeed serve as the album’s next offering. The Scott Storch-produced track also won the AOL poll to decide the next single.
Having had the chance to listen to the album, I would have preferred ‘Work’ to be the next single. However, I can see why ‘Come Back’ was chosen; the uptempo club banger is good track with a catchy hook. As long as she brings ‘it’ with the video, then I’m all for it. ‘Ms. Kelly’ is out now in Europe and hits stores in the US on July 3rd.

What do you think of the single choice?

Rapper 50 Cent stopped by BET’s 106 & Park to perform his current single ‘Amusement Park’. The G-Unit leader also took a moment to address his shambolic performance at the BET Awards earlier in the week. Performance aside, most of 50’s new material just isn’t cutting it and he’ll need to come harder than this if his ‘Curtis’ album is to be a success.

What did you think of his excuse and performance?

Following Beyonce’s BET Awards performance earlier this week, the Internet has been rampant with claims that the ‘Deja Vu’ singer copied her set from another artist. According to many, Beyonce’s entrance was a carbon-copy of pop star Kylie Minougue’s on a past tour. I don’t check for Kylie like that, so I wasn’t aware. I hear the concept was taken from a film called ‘Metropolis’…whatever the case, you be the judge:

What do you think?

The video for Bone Thugs latest single ‘Lil L.O.V.E.’ has finally premiered. I’ve had the song in heavy rotation for a while now and was anxious to see how the video turned out. Though it’s nothing groundbreaking, the Chis Robinson-directed video is pretty good. It’s great to see Mariah back on scene after being on a hiatus – she looks stunning in the vid. Bow Wow as well as the song’s producer Jermaine Durpri also make appearances. After the success of ‘I Tried’, Bone Thugs look to be on course for another chart smash with this.

What do you think of the video?

Lil Fizz is the latest ex-boyband member to make a bid for solo stardom. ‘Beds’ is the lead single from the former B2K star’s new album ‘Payday’. Both the video and the song are so-so, however all the other members of B2K came out to support Fizz – with all three making cameo appearances in the vid. No words for Ray J..

What do think of the video?

Following several months of speculation, Usher and his fiance Tameka Foster have announced that that they are expecting their first child. In a statement released to PEOPLE magazine, the couple had the following to say:

We are extremely excited at this point in our lives planning our wedding and the joy that comes with expecting our first child together. We hope people will be happy for us and respect our privacy during this happy period in our lives.

The baby, which is in the Fall, will be the first for Usher, yet the 4th for Foster – who has children from a previous marriage. Thus far the pair’s relationship has been pretty controversial, with the often ridiculed Foster being blamed for Usher firing his mother as his manager earlier this year. The ‘Confessions’ singer is also scheduled to release a new album toward the end of the year.

What do you think of the pregnancy?
As Ashanti preps her new album ‘The Declaration’ (due for an October release), this new song featuring Nelly – apparently the lead single – has surfaced. I’m kinda thrown by this one; she went in a different direction with ‘Switch’ and I give her props for doing so. The song is pretty catchy – I’m liking the swagger in her delivery and Nelly’s feature on the hook. Having said that, I see the single either growing on the listener or tanking – no middle ground. It’s not that the track is poor, it has more to do with the feeling that Ashanti should come with something harder than this as a first single.

Hit or Miss?

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R&B star Kelly Rowland stopped by Jimmy Kimmel with Eve to perform her current single ‘Like This’. She also performed her international smash ‘Dilemma’ which didn’t air in its entirety. Check of the performance:

Kelly must be feeding off her BET Awards energy because this is definitely one of her best performances of ‘Like This’ yet. Her stage presence and vocals have both been upped a notch. Having Eve there was great too – she amped up an already-hyped crowd even more. Great stuff.

This steamy shot of Ciara and 50 Cent, taken from the singer’s newest video ‘Can’t Leave ‘Em Alone’ isn’t likely to ease the rumors that the two are indeed an item. For months now, many have speculated as to whether or not the pair are dating, after they were spotted out together several times. Fueling the rumors further is the fact that they were seated next to each other at last night’s BET Awards. Personally, I’m not convinced; it seems like a ploy to generate interest in the single – which features 50. Still, I’m more anxious to see the video now…so I guess it worked.
What do you think of the pic?

The 2007 BET Awards took place tonight in LA. Performers included Beyonce, Kelly Rowland, Ne-Yo and Jennifer Hudson. Check out the performance vids below:

Jennifer Hudson & Jennifer Holliday – ‘And I Am Telling You’



T.I. – Big Things Poppin’


Diddy (w/ Keyshia Cole & Lil’ Kim) – ‘Last Night’


Ne-Yo & Fabolous – Because of You/Make Me Better


Beyonce & Kelly Rowland – ‘Get Me Bodied’ / ‘Like This’


Ciara – Like A Boy / That’s Right


Robin Thicke – Lost Without You


50 Cent – Amusement Park


Eryka Badu – Diana Ross Tribute

Judging from some of these performances as well as viewer reports, this years show was definitely one of the better instalments of the annual event. Performance of the night, in my opinion, goes to Beyonce and Kelly Rowland’s joint showing. Everything about the performance was on-point; Beyonce nailed ‘Get Me Bodied’ and Kelly had her ‘coming out of the shadows’ moment by tearing down the stage with ‘Like This’ alongside Eve. Another notable performance was from Ciara, who did her thing with a medley of ‘Like A Boy’ and future single ‘That’s Right’. She has definitely upped her stage presence and live vocals too. I also really liked the Dreamgirls opening- which saw Jennifer Hudson perform ‘And I Am Telling You’ with the original Effie, Jennifer Holliday. It was a monumental moment seeing Jennifer Holliday finally get her moment to truly shine as Effie. On a side note, her facial expressions are still priceless lol. 50 Cent’s performance didn’t go…well just watch it lol. Overall it seemed like a great show.

What do you think of the show/performances?

The video for Kanye West’s latest single ‘Stronger’ debuted on TRL today. As with most things Kanye, the video is a kinda left-field and I’m liking it. Directed by Hype Williams, the big-budget video features many special effects – though they are, somewhat, hit and miss. Cassie plays the female interest in the vid too. ‘Stronger’ is the official first single from Kanye’s third album ‘Graduation’ (due August 21st) and was preceded by buzz single ‘Can’t Tell Me Nothing’.

What do you think of the video?

‘Tears Dry On Their Own’ is latest single to be lifted from Amy Winehouse’s breakthrough album ‘Back to Black’. The track is one of my personal favourites from the album and I’m glad it was chosen as a single. Though this David LaChapelle directed video isn’t all that great, it’s still pretty decent and doesn’t take away from what is a great song

What do you think of the video?

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