Beyoncé kicked off her Pepsi Super Bowl XLVII Halftime Show press conference with a undoubtedly live rendition of the National Anthem. “Due to the weather, due to the delay, due to no proper soundcheck, [she] did not feel comfortable taking the risk” at performing it live at President Obama’s Inauguration and opted with singing along to a pre-recorded track. However, she says she will “absolutely be singing live” during her halftime show. Read More
Alicia Keys and Maroon 5 will take the stage at Los Angeles’ Staples Center on February 10th to perform a special duet at the 55th Grammy Awards. This isn’t the first time Keys and Maroon 5’s frontman Adam Levine have worked together; the Best New Artist Grammy winners covered The Rolling Stones’ “Wild Horses” for Alicia’s Unplugged album. Read More
Paparazzi ambushed Beyoncé while she was making a low-key arrival to rehearsals for her Super Bowl half-time show. Instead of asking her about her set list or something, they asked: “Do you plan on lip-syncing at the Super Bowl?” She chortled and kept it moving. Read More
Miley Cyrus, 20, flaunts her toned tummy on the March 2013 issue of Cosmopolitan. In the issue, Miley speaks on her relationship with her fiancé Liam Hemsworth, preferring a small wedding and new music.
For quite some time, Miley has been tucked away in the studio crafting the follow-up to her 2010 album Can’t Be Tamed, which will be released by RCA. Pharrell,one of the main producers Miley is working with, hosted a session between Miley and her frenemy Tyler, the Creator. Apparently magic was made during the session. Read More
If you’re familiar with The Lady Killer, you know that Cee Lo Green’s area of expertise are old-school soul ballads. Over a groovy rhythm reminiscent to Lloyd’s “Dedication to My Ex (Miss That),” the brokenhearted soul professes his love to industry newcomer Lauriana Mae on “Only You,” the lead single from his forthcoming album.
Last year, Cee Lo announced the production of two new albums–his solo LP, Cee Lo Green Is…Everybody’s Brother and Goodie Mob’s Age Against the Machine. The mob performed “Fight to Win” on The Voice and at the Billboard Awards as part of a tribute to Adam Yauch. They have since released “I’m Set” and filmed a video for the record. Read More
February 11th will mark the one-year anniversary since the death of Whitney Houston. To promote her new memoir, Remembering Whitney, Cissy Houston, Whitney’s mother, sat down with Oprah for a very candid interview about her daughter’s drug use, death and relationship with ex-husband Bobby Brown and gay friend Robyn Crawford. She also claimed The Houstons: On Our Own exploited Bobbi Kristina and Oprah’s interview with the family was too soon. Read More
The commercial success of Mac Miller’s Blue Slide Park set new standards for independently released albums; however, it wasn’t met with the same critical acclaim. The 21-year-old Pennsylvania rapper told Complex the criticism added stress to his already stressful life, and drugs were a stress reliever.
“A lot of the reviews were more on me as a person,” Mac said. “To be honest, that was even worse. You’re 19, you’re so excited to put out your first album, you put it out—and no one has any respect for you or for what you did.” Read More
Gucci Mane has shared photos via Twitter of himself speaking at Atlanta’s Crawford Long Middle School’s career day. Considering the fact that Gucci has an ice cream tattooed on his face and raps about gang banging and selling drugs, I’m intrigued to know the advice he gave the wide-eyed youngins regarding making a living. Maybe he warned them of the consequences of breaking the law. He’s definitely the archetype for that. Read More