Robin Thicke honors the late Whitney Houston with a cover of one of her songs, “Exhale (Shoop Shoop).” The “Pretty Lil’ Heart” singer assists the stripped version with a black-and-white visual. In the melancholy clip, he strolls Los Angeles and performs for pedestrians. Watch below. Read More
Granted, Chris Brown is an exceptional dancer and decent singer, but his marketing strategy is more confusing than wearing a nose ring, gold grill and fur coat in 2012. For some reason, he’s releasing random forgettable songs leading up to the release of Fortune. It’s an odd strategy considering he has released a number of singles.
The latest is “Countdown,” a song you will listen to today and forget tomorrow–or in 10 minutes. Listen below and view Fortune’s track listing below. Read More
As Wiz Khalifa’s “Work Hard, Play Hard” climbs the charts, he continues assisting songs from his Taylor Alderdice mixtape with visuals. The latest is “The Grinder,” an ode to his rise to stardom. Juicy J bounces around and acts a fool in the Bill Paladino-directed video. Read More
Chrisette Michele has announced her fourth album will be titled, Better, and feature 10-12 songs. It follows 2010’s Let Freedom Reign, which underperformed commercially. Hopefully the jazzy songstress churns out a solo hit to support the record. Read More
Remember R&B bangers “Bed” and “Suffocate”? Remember how R. Kelly would frequently personify sex? Well, take the singer of the former, J. Holiday, add the concept of the latter and you have “Sign My Name,” the crooner’s latest release.
Chris Brown exits his office suite, appropriately labeled 420, with Wiz Khalifa and Big Sean in the video for “Till I Die.” The trio then hops in a car filled with foreign females being driven by Snoop Dogg. They then meet up with Method Man, Redman and Kreayshawn for a regular ol’ herbal gathering.
Chris has released a number of singles and random tracks in support of his upcoming album, Fortune. Brown’s fifth album is scheduled to hit shelves on July 3. Read More
Ciara is standing alone in a battlefield, and she’s ready for war–at least that’s what her album title suggests. During a press conference for That’s My Boy, Ciara announced her fifth studio album is titled One Woman Army. It will be introduced by “Sweat,” the first single under her new label, Epic Records.
Since the production of her last album, Basic Instinct, CiCi has been spotted in the studio with GoonRock (LMFAO’s “Party Rock Anthem” and “Sexy And I Know It”) and The Underdogs (Chris Brown’s “Turn Up The Music” and “Take You Down”). Read More
BET’s video countdown, 106 & Park, has undoubtedly had its fair share of changes since its 2000 debut – some for the better, some for the absolute worse. All in all, it still remains the premier source for Black entertainment…on television.
After several rumors began to form quite the buzz, Terrence J and Rocsi Diaz, announced their departure as hosts of the popular show after seven years.