Kanye West may be eyeing a foray into the lucrative of beauty.
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In a bid to celebrate and uplift, the BET Awards 2020 are set to broadcast virtually on Sunday June 28th.
As always, all eyes are on who’ll be up for nominations at Black entertainment’s biggest calendar night. A ceremony that’s even more notable this year, given that it’s the show’s 20th anniversary and the 40th anniversary of the network.
Well, wonder no more. For, the nominees list has been revealed.
Much like the charts, Drake leads the pack with a whopping six nominations.
Following closely are 2020 chart-toppers Megan Thee Stallion and Roddy Ricch – who’ve both nabbed five a piece.
Elsewhere, the likes of Beyonce, Nicki Minaj, and Cardi B are amongst the stars who also scooped notable noms at show – which will air simultaneously across BET, MTV, VH1 and for the first time CBS.
What are you waiting for? The full list of nominaions awaits below…
2009 brought with it the introduction of Pop’s next big thing Lady Gaga.
This week’s From The Vault pick has a lot to do with it. Today’s selection is ‘Poker Face.’
Like predecessor ‘Just Dance,’ ‘Face’ was also penned plus produced by RedOne and Mother Monster herself.
Reportedly dealing with sexual ambiguity, the song references Boney M’s disco classic ‘Ma Baker’ on it’s hook and was a huge hit for Miss Germanotta.
Hitting #1 in the US and the UK (as well as Canada and Australia), it marked the diva’s second consecutive chart-topper in said territories and ushered her inside the Top 10 of many others.
Directed by Ray Kay and Anthony Mandler, the song’s video is set in a mansion and sees Gaga dancing by the pool and engaging in a game of strip poker with house guests.
In many a manner, this video was a true visual introduction to the ever-colorful and ever-evolving “Gaga” aesthetic. From eccentric glasses, metallic accessories and crazy outfits, it was the first time the world could truly privy to her complex universe.
The video received 4 nominations at the 2009 VMAs; a night that also saw her deliver a show-stopping performance.
After the introspective ‘Joanne’, it’s great to see Lady Gaga re-embrace her Pop roots, both musically and visually, with ‘Chromatica.’
As demonstrated with this classic, the fun also lies in her fantastic videos and stage shows, and this new album definitely lends itself to big visual moments. One we’re especially ready for is ‘Sour Candy’ from Gaga and the ladies of Blackpink.
Beyonce is demanding justice for Breonna Taylor.
Three months have passed since the unarmed Black woman was shot dead in her Kentucky home by police officers – who shot into her apartment over twenty times.
A cloud conundrum hangs over what happened and why.
As such, the singer has penned an impassioned letter to Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron calling for answers.
With the world engaged in heated dialogue about racial discrimination, comedian Jay Pharoah is weighing in with a very serious and very personal account of his own.
In a shocking video clip, the star shares real footage of himself being detained by police in Los Angeles – for allegedly “matching the description” of a criminal.
Jaw-dropping parallels to the passing of George Floyd saw an officer kneel on the neck of the unarmed Black 32-year-old.