I usually review the best and worst moments of award shows but that format has become incredibly dull. So, I will use Trini Trent TV to address the glaring issues that arose from the 2014 Grammy Awards as they relate to major problems affecting the music industry. Naturally, I’m starting with Beyonce’s performance.
It must be a Monday because Beyonce is back in the headlines again. Well, thanks to the dozens of “respectable” media outlets that continuously plug every artist associated with Roc Nation, Beyonce never left the spotlight. This time, however, she is creating buzz for an essay about gender equality.
If you’re eager to see an entertainer deliver a show packed with spontaneous moments, fresh ideas and great crowd interaction, do yourself a favour and don’t waste your money on a Beyonce concert. Indeed, as proven by her appearance at the Made in America Festival, this diva has little to offer except recycled routines.
Even the best artists have been guilty of releasing at least one weak record during their careers. So, instead of only reflecting the best moments in music history, this weeks edition of Way Back Wednesday highlights some of those bad songs that should have never seen the light of day.
When people talk about the current embarrassing state of R&B, the usually refer to the 1990s as the golden era of the genre. However, many fail to mention the string of quality hits that dominated the airwaves at the turn of the century and the artists who undoubtedly made a serious impact on the music […]
Propaganda twins powers, activate! The stars of the overhyped media universe aligned last evening when Beyonce hosted the latest stop of The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn and surprised patrons by bringing out her husband, rapper Jay-Z.
We all love it when our favourite artists go on tour because it gives us the opportunity to experience the music live while we gain new appreciation for those great acts. So, this week’s Way Back Wednesday lists amazing several shows that helped us to see the world’s top artists in a different light.