Whoopi Goldberg took the day off, so the producers of The View thought it was wise for Mary J. Blige to serve as a guest host. Staying true to their nosey demeanor, Barbara Walters and co. asked MJB about her thoughts on Whitney Houston’s death and funeral.
“I never go to funerals but I’m really happy I went to hers,” she said. “This was really sad because she was everything to women like us.”
Barbara then segued the conversation to Whitney’s public struggle with drugs by asking Mary about her past addiction. Mary began the conversation by stating an awkward disclaimer: “I’ve never done crack!” Watch below. Read More
As Melanie Fiona‘s The MF Life March 20th release date draws nearer, songs from the album continue to surface. The latest is J. Cole-assisted single, “This Time.” Listen below as Roc Nation’s finest trade verses! Read More
Jennifer Hudson and Ne-Yo teams up with Rick Ross for the title track and lead single from Steve Harvey’s Think Like A Man. It was directed by Chris Robinson, with cameos from Kevin Hart. Watch below as J. Hud acts like a lady but think like a man. Read More
Kreayshawn burst on the scene after her “Gucci Gucci” video went viral. Since, the Amy Winehouse look-alike hasn’t done much else. Regardless, she plans on releasing an album via Columbia Records. The album title is… Read More
Enough actress Jennifer Lopez suits up to knock out the competition on the latest issue of V Magazine. In the issue, the hot American Idol judge briefly spoke on her current relationship with ex-husband Marc Anthony.
“I mean, we’re parents and friends first,” she says with a smidgen of exasperation. “That will be the thread that ties us together. I don’t know if people expect it to be negative (Of course they do, Jennifer!) just because the [intimate] relationship didn’t work out.” Read More
Striking while the iron is hot, Chris Brown unveils the album cover and release date for his F.A.M.E. follow-up, Fortune. The album is preceded by lead single “Turn Up The Music,” its Rihanna-assisted remix and “Birthday Cake (Remix).” It’s due out May 8 and is available for pre-order.
The symbols on the cover aren’t a message to the illuminati or whatever theory people with too much time on their hands will come up with; they actually represent letters that spell out “fortune.” Read More
Rita Ora is killing all the girls her lover had prior relations with – figuratively, not literally. “R.I.P.” was written by Young Money’s Drake (see “I’m Ready For You”) and produced by dubstep gurus Chase & Status and Stargate. The Roc Nation songstress teams up with fellow Londoner Tinie Tempah for the mediocre rehash. “I love complimenting females,” she says when explaining the track. “It’s about a girl getting her own – and telling her man: ‘I’m so much better than your ex-girl that you don’t even know.’ I’m always intrigued with knowing who he use to go out with. Not because I cared about her. Not because I think they’re better than me or anything like that. It’s just because you always want to know. You’re going to compare yourself to the ex because that’s what girls do.” Read More
Yesterday, Estelle‘s All of Me hit stores and the London songbird has been adamant about promoting the project. She’s released a video for the Akon-penned “Thank You” and the Rick Ross-assisted “Break My Heart.”
She has performed on VH1 Divas, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and is tapped to sing at BET’s Rip The Runway. Most recently, Estelle serenaded guests on Late Show with David Letterman and The Wendy Williams Show with her heartfelt ballad, “Thank You.” Watch below. Read More