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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.

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RADiUS presents the Los Angeles Premiere of KEEP ON KEEPIN’ ON

Multimedia mogul Queen Latifah, left, and her current boo attended the RADiUS presents the Los Angeles Premiere of the documentary Keep On Keepin’ On. The Queen’s daytime talk show ranks dead last in TV ratings among women 24-54. Maybe more people would tune in if Lah was honest and open instead of following the same boring talk show template. #Helpful.
Photos: FayesVision/WENN.com

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Boston Celtics star Paul Pierce met with former President Bill Clinton and R&B star Usher at the Heads of State Reception at the MoMA in NYC. (Pierce was invited by Clinton to launch his FitClub34 fitness initiative at the CGI.)
Photo: National Basketball Association


Beyonce looked constipated while performing live in Perth, Australia yesterday.

The results of Lala Vazquez’s crash diet shows in this pic taken last night at the The Launch Of The New Porsche Panamera in Hollywood last night.

Quincy Jones gave Alicia Keys relationship advice at the the Clinton Global Citizen Awards in NYC yesterday.

Legendary rapper KRS-1 attended the VH1 Hip Hop awards with his daughter Tyme. His stepson Randy Hubbard Parker, who KRS helped raise, committed suicide in Atlanta 2 years ago after battling with depression for years.

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Michael Jackson’s older brother Jermaine Jackson was spotted outside a yogurt shop yesterday sporting a cool throwback vintage Jackson 5 jersey.

Meanwhile, Debbie Rowe’s attorney is disputing reports that she is not the biological mother of the three children Michael Jackson raised as his own.

She says Rowe’s eggs were fertilized by donor sperm in a process called in vitro fertilization (IVF). I believe her. The two oldest kids look just like her. She couldn’t deny them if she tried.

And Michael’s former producer Quincy Jones tells ETonline.com he won’t be attending the funeral circus for Michael at Neverland Ranch on July 3. “I won’t go to any more funerals as long as I live… I can’t handle it,” he says.

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Rumors have been swirling for months about the demise of VIBE magazine:

Vibe magazine, the urban-music magazine founded in 1993 by Quincy Jones, is the latest victim of the media recession. Multiple sources both within and outside the magazine confirmed that it is shutting down.

Reached for comment, chief financial officer Angela Zucconi said, “We will be making a statement by the end of the day. That’s all I can say at this point.” She referred further questions to CEO Steve Aaron, who was not immediately available. Messages left for editor in chief Danyel Smith and publishers Edgar Hernandez were not immediately returned.

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