Bajan singer Rihanna released this horrid acoustic track titled “Four Five Seconds,” featuring Kanye West and pop legend Sir Paul McCartney yesterday.
Just 4 months ago, singer August Alsina was laid up in a hospital ICU, suffering a brain injury after falling off a stage. Major newspapers and blogs had the New Orleans native’s obituary already typed up. They were just waiting to plug in the time and date of his demise when August made a miraculous recovery. You would think he learned a lesson from his close brush with death?
Songbird Ciara is back in the studio after spending nearly a year raising her infant son Zahir Future Harris. Zahir’s father, virile rapper Future Hendrix, moved on quickly when CiCi made the mistake of believing he was ready to stop sowing his wild oats.
To mark this latest blunder in her pursuit of intimacy, Ciara released a break up single titled “I Bet”.
“I bet you’ll start loving me/ Soon as I start loving someone else/ Somebody better than you,” she sings.
The Golden Globes of the past have always been stiff, snobby, pompous affairs. Though no one really believed Oprah‘s vanity film ‘Selma’ had a chance of winning a Golden Globe award last night, rapper Common and singer/songwriter John Legend pulled off something of an upset by winning Best Original Song for the truly forgettable “Glory” off the ‘Selma’ soundtrack.
Talented musician Kanye West dropped a new track at midnight on New Year’s. Kanye sings — yes, sings — on the track, titled “Only One”, from the perspective of Kanye’s deceased mother, Donda West.
British singer/songwriter Joe Cocker has died following a battle with lung cancer. He was 70. The gravelly voiced singer is best known in America for his hit songs “You Are So Beautiful” and “Up Where We Belong” (from the movie ‘An Officer and a Gentleman)’.
Reality TV personality and R&B singer K. Michelle emptied out the hood last night when she signed copies of her mixtape at DTLR sporting goods store at Camp Creek in Atlanta.