Ciara is currently in a race with Brandy for the most mishandled project of 2012 but LA Reid is set to put a stop to that nonsense. In fact, the music mogul has put the Twitter fashionista to work and during an interview with ‘Watch What Happens Live’, he announced that a release date for […]
Artists can’t achieve success on the strength of just raw talent and they need the support of a properly managed resources to help them climb the charts. However, several acts have suffered major losses because such a necessary foundation was not in place, and they are known as the entertianment industry’s label victims.
Rick Ross’ strategy of appearing on everybody’s songs and clogging the radio airwaves with his grunting has paid off as his new album, ‘God Forgives, I Don’t’, has topped the Billboard 200. In fact, the heavyweight rapper has notched a personal best with the highest opening sales of his career.
Luke James has been slowly building a name for himself on the performance circuit but soon his hard work will pay off. The powerhouse singer made a guest appearance on BET’s ’106 & Park’ last evening to talk about the title his debut album as well as his recent stint at the 2012 Essence Music […]
Michael Jackson lives on with this latest special edition of his legendary ‘Bad’ album – and one of my personal favourite records of all time – entitled ‘Bad 25′. Set to hit stores on September 18th, the multi-disc collection includes unreleased songs, rare DVD footage and much more, according to its official track list.
As time continues to zoom onward to August 27th, Rita Ora has released an official preview of her new album, ‘ORA’ to iTunes. The 15-track set features appearances by J. Cole, Tinie Tempah and will.i.am, and serves as Ora’s debut Roc Nation effort.
Melanie Fiona is a skilled vocalist who could make almost anything sound like a testament from her soul. The singer showcased this talent by taking on powerhouse Alanis Morissette’s ‘Ironic’ during Billboard’s ‘Candid Covers’ series.
The music industry is packed with several artists who exaggerate about their abilities, particularly regarding the rare art of songwriting. One individual who has long been accused of simply buying her way into the the writing credits of her songs is Beyonce, and Ne-Yo addressed those claims on ‘The Breakfast Club’.