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BEST R & B OF 2012 IS……
Beyonce and Usher have two of this year's most popular R&B/Hip Hop Songs according to Billboard. The trusted publication released a Best of 2012 tally recently, showcasing this year's most popular and successful songs, albums and artists. Beyonce tops the R&B/Hip Hop Songs Best of 2012 chart with "Love On Top." The song claimed no.1 on the chart for several weeks and was one of her best performing songs from the 2011 effort "4." Usher follows at no.2 on the tally with "Climax." Also a chart-topping single, "Climax" led his album "Looking 4 Myself" and spent at least thirty-three weeks on the chart. "Lotus Flower Bomb," "The Motto" and "Mercy" round out the top five, tracks from Wale (ft. Miguel), Drake (ft. Lil
MJ & WHITNEY SHOW IN VEGAS
What would a story that combines Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, and Elvis Presley’s rise and fall from fame be like? Well soon, audiences and fans will be able to see for themselves. Those who helped to manage Michael Jackson’s career are coming together to create a musical called “The Man” about what the process is like behind the making of a star in the eyes of a manager, inspired by three of the most famous singers the world has ever seen. Producers Mark Lamica, Quincy Krashna, Jerry Greenberg, Raymond Del Barrio and Larry Hart were all in MJ’s managerial camp in some way, and they are calling it a cross between “Dreamgirls” and “Goodfellas.” Lamica called the musical an "epic, music driven dramatic work,” and gathering from his experience working with MJ, he describes the production as being “a fictional template and story that, with some variation, fits a number of global celebrities," he added. "We want this project to be a compelling, gritty, entertaining tale, that tells the story of the price of fame in a new way," he continued in a statement. "The Man” is projected to open in Vegas in fall 2013 and will feature original music, focusing on predominantly MJ’s rise during the 1980s until 2005. This production team is the same team that created "Larry Hart's Sisterella," an adaptation of the fairytale Cinderella that Michael Jackson worked on as executive producer before his death.