Looks like Ray J will keep raping VH1 ’til he’s the 100 million man. Today, it was announced the Norwood family is set to star in their own reality series called A Family Business. The hour long show will premiere on April 11th at 9/8c and will capture the day-to-day operations of their label Rn’B Productions. No TiVo for us.
Before the kickoff of Super Bowl XLIV this Sunday, CBS will air a special music video featuring Hov and The Rutgers Symphony Orchestra. In a statement, Maestro Kynan John said the mash-up is “outside the mainstream of classical music.” Sweet! JZW
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Take a gander at photographs from the set of Trey Songz’s next music video. Perhaps one of the ladies below will echo Trigga’s name in the clip. We’ll have to wait and see. YBF
The Grammy record-breaker furthered her business portfolio last night at the debut of her perfume Heat at NYC’s 15 Union Square West. Her husband, Usher, and Michelle Williams were on deck to lend their support. Meanwhile, the crowd was entertained by you-know-who on the 1s and 2s. All red everything! Rap-Up
Before Wayne’s countdown to lockdown, the rapper covers issue 1098 of RollingStone. The issue’s on newsstands today, but here’s a brief excerpt. “I don’t like to stop,” Wayne tells RS‘ Chris Norris. “I believe you stop when you die.” So in the weeks before he reports to Rikers Island, Wayne is keeping busy — recording tracks bound for Tha Carter IV (the album Cash Money staffers call “C4″ because it’ll be the bomb), shooting videos with his Young Money protégés, […]