Miguel was the musical guest this weekend on Saturday Night Live. Above, he performs a somewhat rock rendition of his hit single “Adorn”. Below, he performs his newest single, “How Many Drinks?”. Kaleidoscope Dream in stores now.
“My hits so sick got rappers acting dramatic” Justin hosted and provided the musical numbers last night on Saturday Night Live. Above, he brought out Hov for “Suit & Tie”. JT even responded (2:17) to Kanye’s rant by altering his line in the second verse. He later returns to close out the episode with “Mirrors”. The 20/20 Experience drops March 19. UPDATE: “Mirrors” during dress rehearsal
Macklemore and Ryan Lewis were in New York yesterday and made their debut on Saturday Night Live. Here’s their performances of “Thrift Shop” and “Can’t Hold Us”. Nice jacket, Mack. Ha! Cop The Heist here.
Last night, K-Dot made his SNL debut with his
During host Jamie Foxx’ musical monologue last night on Saturday Night Live, 2 Chainz crashed the set (5:15 mark) for a performance of “Birthday Song”. Sa Prize!
Hosted by Jamie Foxx, Ne-Yo gave his musical entertainment debut this evening on Saturday Night Live with a performance of “Let Me Love You”. He then returned for “She Is”.
With her album Unapologetic set to arrive in stores November 19, Rih Rih returned to Saturday Night Live and gave a live debut of its new track. Prior to that, she performed her single, “Diamonds” below.
In his SNL debut, Frank pulled up a seat alongside John Mayer for a live rendition of “Thinking Bout You”. Afterwards, they returned for “Pyramids”. Nice performances. Channel Orange in stores now.
[vodpod id=Groupvideo.11414168&w=540&h=350&fv=] Introduced by Will Ferrell, Usher provided the musical entertainment during last night’s airing of SNL. Above he performs “Scream” then returns with “Climax” after the jump. Looking For Myself on June 12.
[vodpod id=Groupvideo.11406733&w=540&h=350&fv=] It isn’t even her birthday. But last night, Ri Ri returned to Saturday Night Live with host Eli Manning and brought her “Birthday Cake” and “Talk That Talk” on stage.