Beyonce's Formation World Tour kicks off in Miami

Beyonce kicked off her long-anticipated “Formation” World Tour at Marlins Park in Miami, Florida last night. The 35-year-old boudoir singer opened her spectacular show with her controversial hit song “Formation”. A few Miami police officers were seen scattered throughout the venue to support Bey’s own private security force.

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Jay Z and Beyonce' love coming out to the games.

Jay Z and Beyonce went to counseling sessions to save their failed marriage 2 years ago, according to E Entertainment.

Their marriage was at the breaking point and they were barely on speaking terms, a source told E! They were forced to make a choice: save the relationship or live separate lives.

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prince dead

Musical genius Prince Rogers Nelson is dead but not gone.

As large crowds gathered outside his Minnesota home, the world continued to pay homage to the music icon by painting landmarks purple in honor of his Purple Reign on earth.

While not as earth-shattering as Michael Jackson‘s death on June 25, 2009, Prince fans took the news of his untimely death hard.

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K Michelle Hosts Suite Lounge in Atlanta

600 fans turned out at Suite Lounge in Atlanta as reality TV personality and singer K Michelle hosted a release party for her latest album, More Issues Than Vogue, last night.

More Issues Than Vogue sold only 51,000 copies, but it was enough to land her at #1 on Billboard’s R&B/Hip-Hop Chart and #2 on Billboard’s Top 200 chart.

Atlantic Records rewarded her efforts by giving the singer her own record label.

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Kesha and Dr Luke

Sony Music is cutting ties with Dr. Luke, the controversial music producer who was accused of sexually assaulting singer Kesha Rose Sebert, aka Ke$sha.

Kesha’s fans were outraged after a Manhattan judge refused to allow her to terminate her Sony contract amid sexual assault allegations.

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Sequence

Singer Angie Stone and the 1970s rap group Sequence are involved in an ongoing legal dispute with singer/songwriter Bruno Mars and DJ Mark Ronson over their sampled songs “Funk You Up” and the Grammy Award-winning “Uptown Funk”.

Sequence was one of the first bold name female rap groups on the hip hop scene in the 1970s.

Their songs have been sampled dozens of times by multiple artists including Mars, Ronson, Dr. Dre, Erykah Badu, Trina, En Vogue, and Old dirty Bastard.

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