Christina Aguilera is making major moves.
For, the vocal supernova has signed to Roc Nation management.
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The Dr. Dre and Nicole Young saga continues.
Since confirming their impending divorce, the couple has continuously made headlines for alleged embezzlement and a prenup dispute among other actions. Now, it continues, as Young is demanding to know if Dre had any children outside their marriage.
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Beyonce scorches in the December 2020 issue of British Vogue and now she’s taking the masses behind the scenes of the scintillating shoot.
“A Friday In September” showcases the making of Queen Bey’s three-cover, 20-page feature spread for the fashion bible.
As reported, the singer requested a Black woman photograph her and it was 21-year-old Kennedi Carter who was given the honor.
Throughout the visual (which features Bey’s daughter Blue Ivy), the superstar is seen uplifting Carter.
Watch after the jump…
Lil Nas X is back!
With festive celebrations around the corner, the performer rings in the season with aptly titled new single ‘Holiday.’
Set for release via Columbia Records on November 13, the track is the first taste of fresh material from the star since releasing EP ‘7’ – home of breakout smash ‘Old Town Road’ and follow-up hit ‘Panini.’
With ‘Holiday’ arriving after such gargantuan success, Team Nas went all-out with its announcement.
For, a cinematic trailer was unleashed during NBC‘s Sunday Night Football broadcast.
And we have it right here for you to check out too. Watch below….
The credits are now rolling on the 2020 MTV Video Music Awards.
Broadcast virtually in light of the global health crisis, the action-packed extravaganza boasted many a memorable moment – including a performances from the likes of Alicia Keys, Doja Cat, DaBaby, Little Mix, Sam Smith,
With all eyes on who took home which honor, did your favourite win any of the coveted award?
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With tonight bringing with it the 2020 MTV Europe Music Awards, what time is better than the present to revisit one of the most iconic moments in the show’s history?
This week’s pick is Beyonce‘s fire-fuelled performance of ‘Baby Boy’ at the 2003 ceremony in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Armed with the momentum of global breakout smash ‘Crazy In Love,’ Bey opted not to rest on the laurels of her preceding success. Instead, she mounted a huge international push for its Sean Paul assisted follow-up, ‘Boy.’
Performed on many a stage, no rendition was grander in scale than the spectacle she unleashed at the EMAs.
A fusion of old school Hollywood and street-flavored flair, the performance fittingly finished with flames!
[Fun Fact: the version of the performance most know (above) was actually the second to be broadcast. Indeed, when a technical glitch at the most pivotal part marred the first, a do-over was actioned. A wise call, as that’s what most international markets saw and is what aired with every subsequent replay]
The showing is also notable for being the only televised performance Beyonce and Sean Paul gave together. And what a moment it was!
Alicia Keys remains booked and busy as she presses on with promotion of her latest album ‘Alicia.’
Her latest live showing took place tonight at the 2020 MTV Europe Awards.
In a cinematic offering, the 39-year-old donned a sparkling mask as she strived to shine with a spirited rendition of new single ‘Love Looks Better’
The haunting track follows a lengthy list of previously released efforts, including ‘Show Me Love’ and ‘Underdog.’
Watch Alicia in action after the jump…
Little Mix may be a member down, but they still managed to deliver while pulling double duty at the 2020 MTV Europe Music Awards tonight.
With Jesy recovering from illness, Jade, Perrie, and Leigh-Anne hosted this year’s ceremony and also rocked the house with a rousing rendition of current single ‘Sweet Melody.’
The showing serves as the latest high-profile promotional spot for the Pop quad’s sixth studio album ‘Confetti’ – which arrived this week to rave reviews and is currently in contention for the top spot on the UK chart.
Peep the performance below…