K. Michelle (@KMichelle) made an appearance on The Today Show as a musical guest. The Memphis singer did a live rendition of “How Do You Know” a cut from her sophomore album “Anybody Wanna Buy A Heart”. Watch below.
Jessie Ware (@Jessie_Ware) delivers the official video for “Champagne Kisses”, from her highly acclaimed sophomore album Tough Love. Jessie comprises abstract scenes of her sitting through an eye exam, in a waiting room and even having her head detached from her body. There’s actually no champagne in this video, at all. Watch below.
Flacko Jodye season continues as ASAP Rocky (@asvpxrocky) delivers the full official visual aid to “Lord Pretty Flacko Jodye 2”, a single released on New Years Eve night and had a small teaser in the video for Multiply. Dat PMF and his ASAP Mob goons terrorize the streets of Harlem for the camera. There’s even…
Big Sean (@BigSean) discusses the role that patience has played in the making of his upcoming album “Dark Sky Paradise” in his latest vlog “Patience”. Dark Sky Paradise drops February 24th.
Sevyn Streeter (@sevyn @ChrisBrown) shares the official video for her Chris Brown assisted single “Don’t Kill The Fun”. Directed by Breezy himself.
Rihanna returned to the GRAMMYs for it’s 57th award show accompanied by Kanye West and new artist Paul McCartney (lol). Ri-Ri, Yeezus and Sir Paul performed a live rendition of “FourFiveSeconds” from her forthcoming album R8. Watch below.
Kanye West took stage aside from his performance with Rihanna and close call during Beck’s accept for a live rendition of the new single “Only One”. Watch below.
Another highlight from GRAMMY night, was the the trailer to Straight Outta Compton’s film being debuted. This comes on the heels of the controversy surrounding Suge Knight killing a man and injuring another during a hit and run on set of from a scene. F. Gary Gray is at the helm as director of the…
Beyoncé didn’t win an award for album of the year but that didn’t stop her from taking stage to perform at the 57th GRAMMMY’s. Mrs. Knowles-Carter sang a beautiful gospel tune “Take My Hand, Precious Lord” for those in attendance. Watch below.
Kanye West performed twice at this years GRAMMY Awards but his stand out moment on stage wasn’t during a song. Yeezy had the world on the edge of their seats when he approached the stage and quickly took a step back down, leading everyone to believe he was pulling a joke. Speaking with E! afterward,…