The 2012 Grammy Nominations Concert is currently underway and amidst the excitement of the announcements this year’s honorees, several of music’s biggest acts are launching onto the stage to keep the the momentum high. Among the performers at the event included on the setlist are Rihanna and Lady Gaga.
After weeks of mounting anticipation and multiple previews, Mariah Carey and Justin Bieber’s video ‘All I Want For Christmas Is You’ has finally debuted. The visual was filmed in Macy’s in New York City under the supervision of director Sanaa Hamri, who also oversaw Carey’s ‘Crybaby’ and ‘Bringing on the Heartbreak’ productions.
Michelle Williams blew us away with the recorded version of her Electric Giant Beatz collaboration, ‘On The Run’. However, when she belted the tune live on ‘OK! TV’ earlier today in the UK, she took took it to an entirely different level.
Rihanna previously claimed that she had ditched her array of bright hair colours and shocking fashions to avoid being classed as a gimmick. However, probably in response to the slow sales of her ‘Talk That Talk’ album, the vixen has resurrected her wig collection for her ‘You Da One’ video.
Monica stunned her fans earlier this month when she delayed the release of her ‘New Life’ album until February 21st 2012. However, while the record is being restructured by RCA Records, the R&B singer visited ‘The Wendy Williams Show’ today to discuss a her real new life as a wife.
Rihanna’s ‘Talk That Talk’ entered the Billboard 200 at #3 this week and it became her sixth consecutive album to miss the top spot on the tally. However, what really baffled her fans were the relatively slow sales of the project, despite the record being preceded by its widely successful lead single, ‘We Found Love’.
Usher and David Guetta ventured to ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’ last evening as they performed their hit tune ‘Without You’ at the outdoor venue. However, unlike earlier that day when Usher’s hair stole the spotlight ‘The Ellen Degeneres Show’, the duo put forward a light show with carefully timed choreography to thrill the crowd.
With his ‘Restoration’ album scheduled for a February 7th release, Mario has begun to slowly inch his way back into the spotlight. As such, the R&B crooner has premiered a new web series, entitled ‘Mario Mondays’, with the first installment featuring a glimpse of his cover of Adele’s ‘Rolling in the Deep’.