Nick Jonas wants to be Taylor Swift so badly. “R.I.P.” singer Rita Ora ripped his heart out, and he laments on new song “What Do I Mean To You.” He admitted the bitter lyrics were about Rita—whose name he mentions in the second verse—in a recent interview.
The beautiful LeToya Luckett stars in Future’s video for “Honest.” The Colin Tilley-lensed video is shot so well, you almost disregard the blood streaming from your ears.
Elle Varner’s relationship with NBA player Iman Shumpert has already met its demise.
Tinie Tempah follows “Trampoline,” one of the worst records I’ve ever heard, with “Children of the Sun,” a universally appealing track courtesy of John Martin’s soaring chorus. Tinie’s inspired verses aren’t that bad either.
Lorde is the latest indie sensation on the brink of mainstream superstardom, which means she’s at the brink of obscurity. The Lana Del Rey-inspired singer has followed her top ten debut single, “Royals,” with a less infectious but equally impressive track titled “Team.”
Solange is featured on the titular track of Janelle Monáe’s The Electric Lady, but Lady Monáe felt the song needed a few more eccentric souls. She recruited rap legends Big Boi and Cee Lo Green for the remix.
Britney Spears looks bored and constipated on the “Work Bitch!” single cover.
Kanye West has been charged with criminal battery and attempted grand theft for “attacking” a paparazzo at LAX back in July.
Sam, portrayed by Tyler, the Creator, orders his goons to beat up Wolf Haley, also portrayed by Tyler, in the trailer for WOLF, the movie adaptation of his latest album.
If the members of Odd Future were less offensive and made music crafted for radio, they’d be Macklemore & Ryan Lewis. The way these guys’ minds are set up…look, they stay inspiring me. Watch Mack & Ryan’s video for “White Walls.” There are a lot of cameos
Travie McCoy of Gym Class Heroes recruits Jason Mraz for his new single, radio-friendly single “Rough Water.”
LeToya Luckett has rebooted her popular web series, Life, Love & Music. In the latest webisode, Miss Lady Love chronicles her trip to Kyrgyzstan to perform for the troops.
Viewers follow the humorous Southern belle as she converses with her freaky nail technician, plays around in a bomb suit and sits atop a plane. She also performed a set including her solo hits, a Destiny’s Child’s medley and medley honoring musicians that are no longer with us. Read More →
“A life lived without forgiveness is a prison.” – William Arthur Ward
Destiny’s Child is destined to be together, whether it’s on or off the stage.
Last year, LeToya Luckett revealed in her Life, Love & Musicweb series that she had formed a sisterly bond with Michelle Williams. Around that same time, LaTavia Roberson shared a photo of herself, Luckett and Williams.
In a 2011 interview, after Beyoncé shouted out the members at the Billboard Awards, Roberson said she spoke with Bey in 2003 and got closure from Kelly in 2010, 10 years after their break-up. She went on to say she believes they would still be together if it weren’t for Matthew Knowles. Read More →
Last night saw some of Hollywood’s biggest and brightest stars come together for BET’s CEO/Chairman, Debra Lee’sPre-BET Awards Celebration at Union Station in L.A. The event brought out the likes of Ciara, Wale, Melanie Fiona, Terrance J and Rocsi (seen coupled up with beau Eddie Murphy), Tank, Tamia, Miguel, Estelle, LeToya Luckett and Luke James.
Peep pics of the looks, the laughs and MORE below…
In the latest episode of Letoya Luckett’s, Life, Love & Music, (a web series chronicling her journey as a thriving recording artist and actress), it’s revealed that Destiny’s Child has found understanding since their very public break-up back in 2000.
Embracing each other at University of Texas’ Minority Mentorship Symposium, Luckett and Michelle Williams reclaim their sisterhood–choosing to move on as women, regardless of the ugly past that saw Luckett ousted as Williams entered.
“…we have talked. I have grown to love this woman. I love her spirit. I love her energy. I love her smile. I love everything that she is. I love how she stood tall, because regardless of what naysayers were saying about her, she kept her head up. That’s what she’s supposed to do as a woman. So, for the team out there — ya’ll are running the same race for the same purpose, don’t pull each other down,” Luckett says
Look below for the clip, which also shows their very first duet…
Letoya Luckett packages her life in a 20-minute webisode in new web series, Life, Love & Music. The Grammy-winning chanteuse allows fans an exclusive look at the creation of her third album, the follow-up to 2009′s Lady Love. Watch webisode 2 below. Read More →
Letoya Luckett packages her life in a 14-minute webisode in new web series, Life, Love & Music. The Grammy-winning chanteuse allows fans an exclusive look at the creation of her third album, the follow-up to 2009′s Lady Love. Also, cameras follow the budding actress to a press event in support of her upcoming movie From The Rough, starring Taraji P. Henson. Read More →