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Alicia says, "Me and Miguel are going on tour together, it's happening in March," Keys announced. Dates for the trek have not yet been revealed, but expect Spring - Summer concerts in
Recordings by Richard Pryor, Whitney Houston, James Brown and Ray Charles are among the 27 that will be added to the Grammy Hall of Fame this year for its 40th anniversary. Charles’ “Hit the Road Jack,” Brown’s “I Feel Good” and Houston’s self-titled 1985 will join other historic recordings in the Hall, including Richard Pryor’s 1974 comedy album “That Nig**r’s Crazy,” “On Broadway” by the Drifters, the 1930 blues single “My Black Mama” by Son House, the 1963 jazz album “John Coltrane and Johnny Hartman,” “Hound Dog” from Willie Mae “Big Mama” Thornton and “Here’s Little Richard” from 1957. “With the Grammy Hall of Fame celebrating 40 years, it’s especially important to note that these entries continue the tradition of inducting a wide variety of recordings that have inspired and influenced both fans and music makers for generations,” said Neil Portnow, President/
TGT (Tank, Ginuwine and Tyrese) had this to say about their album: “It’s coming out probably in March, we’ll probably be finished by December. You can just expect great R&B music. We’ve all done great with our solo careers, but us coming together will just give you that great 3 punch combo.”
Rihanna is well on her way to being legendary, at least when it comes to chart records. According to Billboard, the "Unapologetic" diva has officially tied with super girl group The Supremes (Diana Ross, Mary Wilson, Florence Ballard) and Madonna for the "fourth-most leaders" in the Billboard Hot 100's 54-year history. With "Diamonds" becoming her twelfth hit single to reach the summit on the coveted Hot 100, Rihanna has also surpassed the legendary Mariah Carey in the fastest climb to 12 number 1's.
Kimora & actor Djimon Hounsou admit they've indeed been split for months.