YOU CAN ALWAYS REACH ME BY EMAIL HERE..."LIKE" ME ON FACEBOOK OR FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER.
Alicia Keys covers the December/January issue of COMPLEX Magazine where she discusses her evolution as an artist, how motherhood has changed her and the impact of
The 40th Anniversary American Music Awards just got better. Dick Clark Productions announced today that Stevie Wonder, music icon and eleven-time American Music Award-winner will perform a tribute to world-renowned Dick Clark who created the American Music Awards in 1973. Stevie will be one of many performers for the evening. Others on the roster include Christina Aguilera, Justin Bieber, Kelly Clarkson, Carly Rae Jepsen, Carrie Underwood, Ke$ha, Linkin Park, Nicki Minaj, No Doubt, P!nk, Pitbull, Psy, Taylor Swift, Usher, The Wanted and Swizz Beatz featuring Chris Brown and Ludacris. Wonder’s tribute will be highly appropriate since he won the award for the Favorite Soul/R&B Single for “Supersitition,” and Favorite Soul/R&B Male Artist during the inaugural telecast of the American Music Awards. This year’s show will be broadcast live from NOKIA Theater L.A. Sunday, November 18 (/PT) on
Swizz Beatz is brushing off reports that he has fallen behind on his taxes, insisting he has the documents to prove he is up to date with his payments. Reports surfaced on Monday suggesting
50 Cent has been unveiled as the new ambassador for an autism charity in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The rapper signed on last month following a private visit to the
Ginuwine’s mega hit “Pony” went down in history as one of the most popular 90s R&B jams. It looks like Rihanna is going to take it for another ride on the charts, with a track titled “Jump” on her Unapologetic album, which samples “Pony.” Ginuwine responded to the news with excitement and anticipation. “When I heard that she wanted to do it, I immediately said ‘OK.’ I signed on board…I’m anxious to hear what she’s done to it and at the same time appreciative of her to consider that song from me. Hopefully it does a wonderful job for her like it did for me,” he told MTV News. “If anybody in the business can capture the spirit of ‘Pony,’ it would have to be Rihanna,” he said.