Shot last night in Los Angeles, Da Showman began the production of his new video for his Ne-Yo duet. Until the video arrives, here are some flicks from the set. TM:103 in stores now.
This past weekend, Banko performed at the System Nightclub in NYC. Up top is some footage of him giving his first live recital of one of Cold Corner 2‘s stand out tracks. Shocked?
Killer Mike and his pals unleash the beast with the first offering off his collaborative project, R.A.P. Music (Rebellious African People’s Music) with producer El-P. Damn, this is pretty sick. dgb
Coincidentally, J.Cole and Lupe Fiasco brought their mothers with them to this year’s Grammys ceremony. And while on the red carpet, Touré rounded up the families for a brief interview. Get to know, Kay. fuse
[vodpod id=Video.16080445&w=540&h=350&fv=] What in the devil is this? Nicki Minaj channels her alter-ego, Roman Zolanski and spooked the Grammy stage with the premiere of her new song “Roman Holiday”. No celebration needed. yardie
[vodpod id=Video.16080626&w=540&h=350&fv=] Breezy returned to the stage by joining David Guetta and Lil Wayne at the Nokia Theater for a live edition of their track “I Can Only Imagine” before the Foo Fighters and Deadmau5 took over. yardie
[vodpod id=Video.16080411&w=540&h=350&fv=] During the ceremony’s recognition of music’s fallen soldiers, Jennifer Hudson graced the stage with her magnificent cover of Whitney Houston’s “I Will Always Love You”. After the jump, Alicia Keys and Bonnie Raitt pay their respects to Etta James with their rendition of “A Sunday Kind Of Love”. yardie
[vodpod id=Video.16080260&w=540&h=350&fv=] After her ex performed, Ri Ri hit the Grammy stage for “We Found Love”. Afterwards, she stuck around and joined Coldplay for a performance of “Princess Of China” and “Paradise”. yardie
[vodpod id=Video.16080188&w=540&h=350&fv=] Nominated for three awards, Breezy unleashed an electrifying performance of his new single “Turn Up The Music” and his hit “Beautiful People”. We’ve seen him do better, but dope nonetheless. yardie
Beyoncé took to her website and sympathized on the passing of Whitney Houston. She reflected on their first encounter and her musical influence. Well said, Bey. “The loss of Whitney Houston is painful. I remember meeting Whitney for the first time when I was 15. She was the ultimate legend. The ultimate woman. Not only was she confident, poised, stunningly beautiful and intelligent, but she was sincere and kind. She took the time to make everyone feel like they were […]