Last week, Mariah Carey surprised her fans when she announced that her new single, “Beautiful”, will be a collaboration with R&B giant Miguel. Now, as we await the May 6th debut of the highly anticipated tune, this is the perfect time for us to reflect on several classic pairings with a countdown of the ten [...]
Some of you understand the struggles of having an extremely talented brother or sister who leaves you permanently in the shadows, no matter what you do in life. Yet, you shouldn’t feel alone in that struggle because there are many people affiliated with the music industry who are easily outshone by their famous singing siblings.
So, the dust has settled from Beyonce’s 2013 Super Bowl Halftime Show and the media is buzzing with rave reviews regarding the spectacle. The diva’s performance has been compared to that of everybody from Michael Jackson to Prince as people attempt to rank her among the greatest entertainers of all time. Naturally, we have a [...]
When Beyonce shared footage of her rehearsal for the 2013 Super Bowl Halftime Show, I joked that the scenes of her on a laptop were telltale signs of her surfing the web for inspiration from more original entertainers. Little did I know that I was right on the stolen money.
Forget about Jay-Z and Beyonce, a true power couple that once dominated the industry was Mariah Carey and her ex-husband, former Sony Music Entertainment chief Tommy Mottola. Indeed, although their time together has long since passed, the public fascination with the duo remains and Mottola enjoyed that attention on The Today Show.
As a true artist, Marsha Ambrosius just loves talking about her creative process and she did exactly that last evening on BET’s “106 & Park”. Among the topics on the agenda were her new video for “Cold War”, working with the late Michael Jackson and her upcoming Lovers & Friends album.
The 2012 Vh1 Divas: Diva Dance Party ceremony was held earlier this evening at The Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles and several of the music scene’s biggest stars launched onto the stage. Celebrating the legacy of Dance music icons, the show featured performances by various acts.