Jay Z’s unfortunately named Tidal music streaming app is all washed up.
The aging rapper’s plans for a dominant music streaming service to compete with Spotify and Pandora were a bit premature.
Openly gay singer Frank Ocean is making a comeback by releasing a new album entitled Boys Don’t Cry.
Ocean announced his new album on his website Frankocean.com along with the caption, “I got two versions. I got twooo versions…”
Remember that “Jealous” duet featuring Beyonce and Chris Brown that leaked online this week?
Well, as it turns out, Beyonce didn’t authorize the remix with or without Brown. And furthermore, she didn’t even know about it.
Music mogul Shawn “Jay Z” Carter enlisted the aid of his powerful celebrity friends to exert pressure on you to dish out $20/month (in addition to your cable and Netflix bills) to stream music from his new music service.
The aging rapper teamed up with celebs such as Kanye West, Rihanna, Madonna, and his long-suffering wife Beyonce to promote his new TIDAL music streaming service to their fans.
Bajan pop singer Rihanna posed with fans as she left Giorgio Baldi restaurant after performing at iHeartRadio Music Awards 2015 in Los Angeles, California, on Sunday. Rihanna dressed like a stripper to perform her new song, “B*tch Better Have My Money,” onstage for the first time. The 27-year-old chronically single singer wore a Dior skintight frock, Versace sunglasses and a Versace choker. She further accessorized her outfit with a feather jacket on loan from Laverne Cox’s closet.
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Up-and-coming rapper Safaree Samuels, who once toted luggage for his ex-girlfriend, rapper Nicki Minaj, is releasing his EP mixtape in April. One of the songs on the mixtape is reportedly dedicated to pseudo singer K. Michelle’s butt. As you know, K. Michelle once famously referred to daytime talk show host Tamar Braxton as a muppet.
Rappers have a love/hate relationship going with their tour DJs. A DJ can either bring the noise or bring the curtains down on a show if they mess up the tracks during a rap concert. On Thursday, Lil Wayne abruptly ended his concert at Nova Southeastern University and stalked off the stage when the DJ messed up a track off Weezy’s mixtape, Sorry 4 the Wait 2, an apology to his fans for the delay in the release his album Tha Carter IV.