Jay-Z wants the world to know that it’ll take more than negative press to stop his working relationship with the NFL.
His thoughts below…
Kenya Moore is working hard to promote the latest season of ‘The Real Housewives of Atlanta’ and made her way to ‘The Real’ to give fans insight into the series and its changing dynamics.
One of the hottest topics? Her unfortunate feud with the show’s leading lady Nene Leakes and why she feels she would benefit from some time away from the show.
Will you agree with Moore’s thoughts and feelings?
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Lady Gaga earned praise aplenty for her 2017 Super Bowl Halftime Show. As such, she’s well-equipped to offer advice to those set to step onto the grandest stage of them all.
Case in point Jennifer Lopez and Shakira, who’ll jointly be headlining Halftime tonight at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami.
As reported, Mother Monster rocked Super Saturday Night 2020 and seized the moment to publicly offer tips to the duo.
Her words below…
“I said “no” to the Super Bowl. You need me, I don’t need you.”
Those were the words Jay-Z rapped on 2018 hit ‘APESH*T,’ referring to the widespread rumor that he turned down an offer to headline the Super Bowl Halftime Show.
Now, with fences mended and Hov now in business with the NFL to co-produce the performance spot, he’s opening up about his initial refusal and how the current deal came about.
Dedicated Lady Gaga fans – affectionately called #LittleMonsters – were undoubtedly a little worried after inclement weather caused the cancellation of a Harry Styles concert Friday night (January 31) at the same venue the Grammy-winning diva was set to perform her brigade of hits at just a day later.
Despite on-and-off again showers throughout the day, by showtime the skies had cleared enough for the high octane performer to hit the stage for AT&T’s highly anticipated Super Saturday Night concert at Meridian at Island Gardens on Watson Island in Miami.
Amping music and sports fans for tomorrow’s Super Bowl (February 2), Gaga – a former Halftime Show headliner herself – brought that same energy to Saturday night’s stage when she cranked out a collage of hits including chart-toppers ‘Just Dance,’ ‘Poker Face,’ ‘Born This Way,’ and more.
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January 31 brought with it the release of Kesha‘s fourth studio album, ‘High Road.’
Her first full length project since topping the Billboard 200 with 2017’s ‘Rainbow,’ ‘Road’ – released courtesy of Kemosabe/RCA Records – is colored in with 16 tracks including the previously released “Raising Hell” (featuring Big Freedia), “My Own Dance,” “Resentment” (featuring Brian Wilson, Sturgill Simpson, and Wrabel) and “Tonight.”
The good? Unlike ‘Rainbow,’ ‘Road’ was greeted with critical acclaim for steering its sonic direction toward the sounds of her early ‘Animal’ and ‘Warrior’ days. The bad? As of time reported, ‘Road’ – also unlike ‘Rainbow’ – has not seen any of its singles hit the Billboard Hot 100.
Coming as her first album to date to know such fate, look inside to see just how that lack of buzz is set to impact the set’s first week sales:
Almost four years after unveiling her sophomore studio album, ‘Thank You,’ fans of Meghan Trainor are thanking the singer-songwriter for finally forging through label drama and setbacks to release her long-awaited tertiary studio effort, ‘Treat Myself.’
Featuring guest appearances from the likes of Nicki Minaj, The Pussycat Dolls, AJ Mitchell, Lennon Stella & Sasha Sloan, and more, the project – released via Epic Records on January 31 – is set to battle the likes of Lil Wayne, Kesha, and more for the Billboard 200’s top spot.
Curious to know if Trainor’s third-go-round has what it takes to keep up with the competition? Listen inside and tell us:
Kesha is hoping to ride to the top of Pop charts with her fourth studio effort, ‘High Road.’
Released courtesy of Kemosabe/RCA Records, the 16-track album – which was preceded by “Raising Hell” (featuring Big Freedia), “My Own Dance,” “Resentment” (featuring Brian Wilson, Sturgill Simpson, and Wrabel) and “Tonight” – hit digital shelves on January 31.
Battling the likes of Meghan Trainor, Lil Wayne, and more for Billboard 200’s top spot, ‘High Road’ – which follows 2017’s chart-topping ‘Rainbow’ – comes as a return to form for the Pop singer whose biggest hits were tinged with EDM.
Will the sonic reversal be just what the diva needs to push forward to #1? Listen inside and let us know:
The countdown to the biggest night in sports entertainment is on!
Airing live from Miami on February 2, as football fans ready their food bets on the epic showdown between the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs, music lovers are gearing up for the epic Super Bowl Halftime Show starring sizzling sensations Jennifer Lopez and Shakira.
Now, the leading Latinas are shifting that gear into overdrive with reports on who will be showing them on the Hard Rock Stadium stage in Magic City. Look inside for the official news:
Normani is looking to take 2020 by storm and what better way to kick off the year than to blaze the Spring issue of Wonderland Magazine.
Lensed by Micaiah Carter, the shoot comes as anticipation continues to grow for the 23-year-old’s debut solo album.
Preceded by Billboard hit ‘Motivation,’ the set also will be arriving on the heels of ‘Birds Of Prey’ soundtrack offering – ‘Diamonds,’ which is top-billed by Megan Thee Stallion.
As we wait on more from what we hear is a scorching shoot, peep the visual for ‘Diamonds’ after the jump…