Tekashi 69 is determined to disrupt the lives of the alleged gang members he was once affiliated and has even gone as far as to help the police put one behind bars for 14 years.
After a rocky run with last year’s ‘Man Of The Woods,’ Justin Timberlake is looking ahead to the release of new music.
And he seems adamant about injecting an air of freshness into his creative mix.
As reported, JT shared footage of himself in the studio with Lizzo and now he’s opening up about what they’ve been cooking up.
Dive below for details…
Kelly Rowland is keeping it real about her long-awaited fifth studio album.
Patient supporters have waited in earnest for newness from the solo Grammy winner and saw their anxiousness reach fever-pitch last week when a promised release didn’t occur on October 11th.
Now, during a recent interview with the Today Show in Australia, Ms. Kelly was keen to point out that she is aware of the fan frustrations. Yet, insisted that it’s so as to give them all they’ve asked from her over the years and to, herself, make right some of the missteps in the past.
Check out what she had to say below…
Cop a gander of Pharrell Williams!
The hitmaker cuts a striking a figure a-front of GQ Magazine‘s New Masculinity Issue – which is billed as an exploration of the ways that traditional ideas of masculinity are being challenged, overturned, and evolved.
Head below to see the ‘Happy’ crooner pose it up and open up about his take on the discourse surrounding what masculinity is in 2000-and-now.
Whitney Houston set the world ablaze with her legendary voice and now her Estate will be looking to do the same with her likeness. Because seven years after her death, aged 48, a worldwide hologram “tour” is being mounted.
And her manager Pat Houston is expanding on the reason why. She also responded to news of the eagerly anticipated book by Robyn Crawford, whose relationship with the songbird has been widely debated for decades.
Her words below…
During Michael Jackson‘s illustrious career, the undefeated King of Pop has blessed us with many musical and visual gems. Today’s From The Vault pick salutes one of his finest – ‘You Rock My World.’
Released in 2001, ‘World’ was MJ’s first single of the new century. The musical landscape was way different than it was the last time he had released material. Still, with producer extraordinaire Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins, Michael crafted the absolute bop-banger to kick-start his comeback. With nods to his disco-heavy debut and sophist R&B (which was gaining momentum thanks to artists like Brandy, Usher and Jennifer Lopez), the track did solid service of positioning Jackson as a viable act amongst all the newcomers. All the while re-affirming that certain regal flair he’d been able to cultivate over the years.
‘Rock’ was issued as the first single from his criminally underrated final album, ‘Invincible.’ With the excitement of new MJ in the air, the release was a worldwide smash reaching the Top 10 in the US, the UK, France, Germany, Australia, Canada, and Sweden to name just a few territories. It was also nominated for a Grammy for Best Male Pop Vocal Performance.
In true Michael Jackson form, the video for the track was more than just a music video. Indeed, a whole mini-movie was lensed by Paul Hunter with appearances from Chris Tucker – who is also featured on the song’s opening skit – Michael Madsen and the legendary Marlon Brando. Reminiscent of Jackson’s earlier work, notably ‘Smooth Criminal’ and ‘The Way You Make Me Feel,’ the cinematic visual showcased the artist’s moves in earnest too and featured talented stunner dancer Kishaya Dudley as Mike’s love interest.
Unfortunately, all promo was halted a few months after the release of ‘Invincible.’ A much documented feud with then label-boss Tommy Mottola meant that the other bops on the album weren’t afforded the same exposure this single had. A seismic shame.
Nonetheless, MJ still managed to bag himself another instant classic with this one.
Almost 20 years on, this offering – much like the magic of Michael Jackson more broadly – continues to inspire generations; including many who weren’t even born. Only a King!
ABC hit ‘How To Get Away With Murder’ is back for a sixth and final season. And fireworks are promised!
The legal drama, which stars Emmy-winner Viola Davis, follows a group of ambitious law students and their brilliant criminal defence professor.
For six years, viewers have been engrossed with the seemingly endless array of twists and titillating turns. And for its penultimate run, it looks as though they’ll be tied up in equally exciting fashion.
See what we mean below, where a sneak peek preview of ‘How To Get Away With Murder’ season 6/episode 4 titled ‘I Hate The World’ awaits…