Aaliyah isn’t the only fallen artist who has a posthumous album set for release in 2012. The recently deceased Whitney Houston, who would have celebrated her 49th birthday today (August 9th), will have an updated greatest set in stores in late fall.
The release date of Brandy’s ‘Two Eleven’ album has been postponed, her fans threw tantrums and some of us said a prayer in a circle of salt. However, it appears that we aren’t the only people devastated by the news. In fact, Brandy herself has admitted to be frustrated by the record’s delay.
The most awkward moment in singers’ careers occurs when they fail to perform their hits live. However, while that experience is incredibly embarrassing for acts, who run the risk of being labelled frauds when critics judge their studio vs live performances, it is even more confusing for heir loyal fans.
Forget about Brandy’s performance of ‘Almost Doesn’t Count’ at the House of Blues because she has something even more interesting for us to enjoy. During her appearance on ‘Access Hollywood’, the exotic diva shared exclusive footage of her rehearsals for her new video, ‘Put it Down’.
The 2012 BET Awards ceremony is being hosted this evening at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles and several of the industry’s biggest stars are launching onto the stage. Celebrating the accomplishments of black artists, the show features performances by several major acts such as Chris Brown, Kanye West, Brandy and Usher.
The stars of ‘Sparkle’ united to celebrate the life of the late Whitney Houston in their new video, ‘Celebrate’. Jordin Sparks belted alongside images of the fallen diva and stayed true to her promise that they will continue to honor the latter’s legacy.
We previously shared behind the scenes footage of Whitney Houston and Jordin Sparks’ new video for ‘Celebrate’ and now a preview of the clip has been released. As the official lead offering from the ‘Sparkle’ movie soundtrack, the clip features appearances by their costars Omari Hardwick, Derek Luke, Goapele and others.