Brandy has her new single, ‘Put it Down (Ft. Chris Brown)’, to promote but there is something more pressing on her agenda. Indeed, although the singer nabbed the cover of Ebony magazine alongside Monica to highlight her own projects, she decided focus on defending her brother Ray J.
You’re going to know Rita Ora’s name by the end of the summer, whether you like it or not. The Roc Nation signee sat down with Billboard’s The Juice to talk about her debut album and also performed multiple songs from the record.
Shirtless album covers aren’t enough to move units so to build buzz for his ‘This Is How I Feel’ LP, Tank has released a preview of the record. Set to hit stores on May 8th, the record features appearances by Chris Brown, T.I, Busta Rhymes and Kris Stephens.
Remember Willow Smith? You know, Will Smith’s daughter; the little girl who sang ‘Whip My Hair’ and everybody thought she would replace Rihanna? Well, in case you have forgotten, she is back with a video for a new song called ‘Do it like Me (Rockstar)’.
After months for rampant speculation, it has finally been announced that Jennifer Lopez has returned to Epic Records. Yes, ladies and gentlemen, LA Reid, the man who once convinced her to join Island Records, has coaxed her to follow him back to her former label.
Nelly Furtado practiced dancing with hoops for her upcoming ‘Big Hoops (Bigger the Better)’ video but that’s not all she has in store for the production. In addition to the twirling moves, the quirky singer has also adopted walking on stilts as depicted in new behind the scenes footage of the shoot.
Jennifer Lopez isn’t the only Pop star planning to tour North America this summer? The diva will compete none other than Nicki Minaj, who has announced the dates of her 14-date ‘Pink Friday Tour’, which is set to begin on July 16th.
The 2012 Billboard Music Awards list of performers has been given a much-needed boost. Indeed, the show was sorely lacking an exciting headliner but Usher, Kelly Clarkson and Nelly Furtado will surely change that.
DJ Khaled’s music videos are always packed with a gang of Urban artists and his ‘Take it to the Head’ visual is no different. Filmed last evening, the visual will include appearances by Chris Brown, Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, Drake and several others.