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Glee’s Naya Rivera Gets Married…Three Months After Big Sean Break-Up

Actress & New Hubby Declare "True Love Always Prevails"

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Messy breakups often breed rebound relationships. However, for Glee‘s Naya Rivera, it’s more a case of a rebound marriage.

For, just three months after separating from rapper Big Sean, the actress is now married woman. Her husband? Actor Ryan Dorsey.

The surprising details below…


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Must See: Behind The Scenes Of Lifetime’s Whitney Houston Biopic

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As widely reported, much ado has been made about Lifetime‘s upcoming biopic on the late, great Whitney Houston.

However, hoping to silence the naysayers, director Angela Bassett invited Entertainment Tonight onto the Los Angeles set of the movie this week to provide a behind the scenes look at filming.

Is lead Yaya DaCosta doing due diligence to Houston? How does Deborah Cox, who’s voicing Whitney’s songs, sound? And what does Bassett feel about the backlash? All the answers and more await in the video below…


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Snippet: Danity Kane – ‘Roulette’

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Another day, another Danity Kane snippet.

But we are far from complaining.

Anticipation remains sky-high for the trio’s third studio album, which is set to hit stores later this year.

Whetting appetites appears to the ladies latest mode of promo, with snippets of new material being their primary vehicle.

The latest track to receive the preview treatment – this time via member Aubrey O’Day – is ‘Roulette’.

Take a listen below…


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New Video: Kirko Bangz & August Alsina – ‘Rich’

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Hailing for Houston, Texas Kirko Bangz unlocks his brand new visual today, unleashing the clip in support of his debut studio album ‘Bigger than Me.’

Featuring Hip Hop newbie August Alsina, the single ‘Rich‘ made its way to the world minutes ago, doing so with the aid of his supporting label ‘Atlantic‘, and a story you’ll no doubt learn from should you press play, below…


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New Video: Tiny – ‘What You Gon Do’

 New Video: Tiny   What You Gon Do

For months, rumors have raged about the status of T.I. and Tiny‘s marriage. Public spats and make-ups have defined the drama – which today takes a sensational turn thanks to the debut of Tiny’s new song and video ‘What You Gon Do’.

Released on her own imprint, Pretty Hustle records, the cut is a warts and all narrating of relationship issues — likely hers. Indeed, with lyrics such as “(I) said you better get your mind right boy or I’ll be gone”, it’s clear she’s either relaying her own issues or playing them up for the media.

In any case, catch the video after the jump…


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‘The Best Man Wedding’ Set To Hit Screens In 2016

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‘The Best Man’ is back!

Universal Pictures have announced that the hit franchise will return to the big screen for a third outing in 2016.

Details after the jump…


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Trina & Towanda Braxton Visit ‘Wendy’ / Dish On ‘Braxton Family Values’ Season 4

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The fourth season of ‘Braxton Family Values’ arrives August 14th on WE tv.

Previous instalments of the popular show have packed quite the punch; however for its latest, sisters Toni, Tamar, Traci, Trina, and Towanda are bringing the drama in earnest.

The latter two from the clan stopped by the ‘Wendy Williams Show’ today to let fans know what to expect this go round.

Peep their hilarious warts and all interview below…


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Whitney Houston’s Mother Cissy Slams Lifetime Biopic

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Lifetime‘s Whitney Houston biopic has been hit by yet another jab. This time courtesy of the late diva’s mother, Cissy Houston.

Controversy has engulfed the Angela Bassett helmed project since its announcement, with opinion split on almost every facet. Indeed, everything from the featured stars to it being a TV telepic instead of a cinematic release have come under fire. And let’s just say say, Ms. Cissy has poured fuel on the flames.

The 80-year-old offered Entertainment Tonight a statement about her views on the film — and it definitely wasn’t endorsing.

Her words below…


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Michelle Williams Previews New Songs ‘Yes’ & ‘Need Your Help’

Singer Builds On 'Say Yes' Buzz With Fresh Previews

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All roads leads to September 9th for Michelle Williams.

The vocal powerhouse is set to unwrap new album ‘Journey To Freedom’ on said date and is giving fans a preview of what they can expect.

Moments ago on Instagram, the ‘Say Yes’ singer shared snippets of new songs ‘Yes’ and ‘Need Your Help’.

Take a listen to both below…


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Hot Topic: Is There An Absence Of Black Men In Pop Music?

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With roots that run deep in Black culture, it’d be safe to say Hip Hop & R&B remain the go-to genres for most African-American males hoping to try their hand in the game that is music.

Leaving the genres’ lovers with enough testosterone to last if a few lifetimes, the US’ frequent delivery of new “Urban” blood has proved to be quite successful for the labels behind said “blood”, with each and every major label housing at least one of categories’ leading acts.

Miguel at ‘Sony.’

August Alsina at ‘Universal.

However, while labels seem to have no problem making exclusively Pop acts out of Black females, it would seem that the same can’t be said when it comes to Black men.

Indeed, while backing from ‘Top 40′ and ‘Rhythmic’ radio has seen Rihanna and Beyonce  has seen them dip in and out of genres at will, one would be hard pressed to find a Pop-pushing African-American male being marketed as a Pop act by their supporting label.

This, after the Black British force that was JLS failed to rock any US charts with their inoffensive brand of ‘Backstreet‘-inspired Pop despite soaring in the UK with the very same material.

Interesting, when one remembers Jason Derulo topped the UK’s R&B singles chart with the outrightly Pop ‘Whatcha Say.

With the above in mind, we ask…

Is there an absence of Black boys in Pop?


Does race matter when it comes to genre?

Please share your thoughts below!


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