If you thought the previous episode of Trini Trent TV was controversial, take a deep breath before you watch this latest instalment of your favourite show. This time, I’m not hold anything back as I address the displacement of black artists in the music industry.
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.
Get out right now, Blackground Records! After years of battling her label for her freedom, massa day has finally come to an end and JoJo has been released from her contract. So, what better way is there for us to celebrate than with GIFs?
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.
It’s a new year and while everybody is busy making resolutions they will likely break in the coming months, there are then artists who require such a major change. These are the struggling acts who are in dire need of reinvention.
The 2013 American Music Awards have passed but many of us are still buzzing about all of the event’s biggest highlights. Now, Trini Trent TV is back to name the top performances, Rihanna’s special honor and allegations of racism during the show!
Lady Gaga’s career has been declining following her stunning debut with The Fame and this week, she hit a new low as ARTPOP debuted with less than stellar figures. So, Trini Trent TV is here to provide insight into what caused her loss of popularity.
We live in a world where Rihanna is being honored with the first ever Icon Award at the 2013 American Music Awards and real divas, like Mariah Carey and Celine Dion, are struggling to score hits. Oh well, at least there is a bright side: The latter duo can actually sing.