On April 21st 2003, the world lost one of the most important artists of our time – the great Nina Simone. Now, as we mark ten years since the passing of the legendary songstress, it is clear that her influence on the industry still lingers as reflected in the works of dozens of artists across [...]
It’s Grammy Award weekend and that means that celebrities have flooded Los Angeles to enjoy the festivities. One of the most popular events held thus far was the Clive Davis & The Recording Academy’s 2013 Pre-Grammy Gala and Salute to Industry Icons honoring L.A. Reid at The Beverly Hilton Hotel.
The Lava Lizard’s first Flaming Feature, 10 Greatest R&B Albums of the Last 10 Years, was a monster success and now we’re back for another dose of fun! This time, however, we’re focusing on the artists behind the mic by ranking the 16 Best Singers of the Last 16 Years!
If you enjoyed Day 1 of the 2012 Made in America Festival then Day 2 should be a welcomed second instalment. A fresh roster of artists, including Drake, Rita Ora, Jill Scott, Eve and Jay-Z, took turns rocking the Philadelphia crowd with some of their biggest hits and we have the footage!
Jill Scott’s edition of ‘Vh1 Storytellers’ aired last evening and the show was a spectacle of comedy, drama, poetry and outright greatness! Indeed, by performing several of her popular hits, including ‘Gettin’ in the Way’ and ‘Golden’, the R&B/Soul diva wowed the crowd with her versatility.
Earlier today we showed you the first images from ‘Vh1 Divas Celebrates Soul’ and now the show is finally airing! Featuring performances from headliners Mary J. Blige, Kelly Clarkson, Jennifer Hudson, Jill Scott, Jessie J and a range of surprise guests, the special is the latest addition to the legendary ‘Vh1 Divas’ annual series.
BET’s annual Black Girls Rock event was hosted since October 15th but the ceremony only aired last evening. The show included stunning performances from Mary J. Blige, Melanie Fiona, Jill Scott and several others who joined their voices to celebrate the achievements of black women.
Jill Scott is known for telling a story through her music and her latest single, ‘So Gone (What My Mind Says)’, is no different. Joined by the newly slim Paul Wall, the songstress voiced the struggles of a poetic character who has been “d*ckmatized” by a “diamond chip d*ck” and became addicted to sex.