Canadian rapper Drake feels the same sense of entitlement as Beyonce, Viola Davis and other urban stars who only feel validated when their achievements are recognized by their Caucasian counterparts.
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Legendary musician Carlos Santana weighed in on the controversy surrounding Beyonce‘s loss to Adele at the Grammy Awards. Adele took home 5 coveted statuettes while Beyonce won only 2 — for best urban contemporary album and best music video.
R&B crooner Jidenna drops his latest single, “Bambi”, off his album titled The Chief, set for release on Feb. 17.
On the Doo-wop single, Jidenna warns the love of his life not get too near because, after all, he is a man who cheats and lies.
Eccentric singer Erykah Badu wore her best Wiccan garb to the 8th Annual Essence Black Women In Music Event, held at NeueHouse in Los Angeles on Thursday. The 45-year-old mother-of-3 hosted the event.
Good news for my fellow audiophiles! Elton John, Quincy Jones and George Clinton have joined forces to curate a new vinyl record subscription service!
The music icons will oversee Experience Vinyl as artist-curators, alongside rapper Talib Kweli and John Lennon‘s son, Sean Lennon.
Beyoncé Knowles‘s loyal fans can rest assured that they still have a once-in-a lifetime opportunity to see their idol perform while she’s pregnant with twins. If anyone can twerk and crawl across the stage while heavy with child — it’s Beyoncé.
Rap superstar Drake was forced to push back the start of his European tour due to “unforeseen production setbacks”. Insiders whisper that the unforeseen setbacks are slow ticket sales.
Former X Factor contestants Fifth Harmony performed for the first time since Camila Cabelo abruptly left the group. The quartet performed in Dominatrix styled outfits at the People’s Choice Awards in Los Angeles on Wednesday.
Troubled rapper Young Thug premiered the music video for his reggae single “Wyclef Jean”. The music video is a substantive question (and answer) about why Thugga didn’t bother to appear in his own music video.
Chance The Rapper covers the February 2017 issue of GQ magazine. The 23-year-old Chicago native explains why he won’t give in to irrational fears about a Donald Trump presidency:
“My dad’s the man. And I can’t say that enough,” Chance says about his father, Ken Williams-Bennett, who was an aide to former Chicago mayor Harold Washington and also worked for then-Senator Barack Obama.