Future Teases with “Rich Sex” Video, Featuring Blac Chyna??

With all this talk about Future and Blac Chyna this week, we should have known it was a ploy to generate some buzz. Future teases his fans via Instagram of his new video “Rich Sex,” which features a certain bootylicious vixen believed to Blac Chyna.  Was the whole tatoo debacle a PR stunt?? Guess we’ll have to wait until the full video drops.


NeNe Leakes Returning to RHOA

Earlier this year reality star NeNe Leakes left the Real Housewives of Atlanta after complaining the atmosphere had become too toxic.

Maybe it wasn’t so bad after all. According to reports NeNe will make a surprise appearance on The Real Housewives of Atlanta while the ladies travel to Jamaica for the annual cast trip.

E! News reports:

“The ladies have no idea she’s coming. NeNe will be making an undetermined number of appearances in the new season.”

Jeezy Reveals Tracklisting for “Church in These Streets”

Church in These Streets

Jeezy’s new album Church in These Streets hits the street on November 13.  Jeezy has now released the official track listing for the highly anticipated set.

See the tracklisting below.


1. “Grind State”
2. “Lost Souls”
3. “Holy Water”
4. “Gold Bottles”
5. “Hell You Talkin Bout”
6. “Hustlaz Holiday”
7. “Eternal Reflection (Interlude)”
8. “GOD”
9. “Church in These Streets”
10. “New Clothes”
11. “Sweet Life” feat. Janelle Monáe
12. “Scared Of The Dark”
13. “No Other Way”
14. “Sister Good Game’s Testimony”
15. “J BO”
16. “I Feel Ya”
17. “Go Get It (Interlude)”
18. “Just Win”
19. “Forgive Me” feat. Monica

Sam Sarpong Dies: Tommy Hilfiger Model, Yo Momma Host, Actor Dead of Apparent Suicide at 40

BURBANK, CA - SEPTEMBER 29: Actor Sam Sarpong attends

British-American actor and model Sam Sarpong passed away on Monday, Oct. 26, sources confirmed to Us Weekly. Sarpong took his own life. He was 40 at the time of his death.

A rep for Sam released the following statement:

“It is with great sadness that the family of Samuel Sarpong Jr. must share the news that Sam has passed away,” his family said in a statement via his rep. “The circumstances surrounding his death are currently under investigation and no additional details are known at this time. … The family appreciates the thoughts and prayers and other expressions of sympathy, and request that privacy be respected at this extremely difficult time.”

The statement also noted that final arrangements are forthcoming.

According to a news release from the Pasadena Police Department, a witness called law enforcement on Monday morning after seeing a man standing outside of the bridge railing. Officers and firefighters communicated with him for hours, but he ultimately jumped to his death.

“It is sad and troubling when an individual has become so despondent that he or she feels their only option is to end their life,” Police Chief Phillip Sanchez said in a statement. “These incidents can often have a significant impact on the victim’s loved ones, first responders, and the community as a whole. My prayers go out to the family.”

Sam lived in Pasadena, was born in London and moved to the USA with his Ghana-born father when he was 11.

He appeared as an actor in scores of films, such as Anchor Baby and Love Don’t Cost a Thing, and also scores of TV series, such as Bones, 24Cold Case, NCIS and ER.

His IMDb page reports he was filming a role in the upcoming FX series, American Crime Story, scheduled to air in 2016.

As a model for Tommy Hilfiger, he was the face of the brand for several years. He also modeled for designers such as Versace, Donna Karan, Gucci and Dolce & Gabbana.

He may have been best known as a co-host on MTV’s Yo Momma for three seasons alongside Wilmer Valderrama.

He won the MAA Fashion Award for Male Model of the Year, and twice was named byToday’s Black Woman magazine on their “Fifty Most Beautiful People” list.

Sam Sarpong Dies: Love Don't Cost a Thing Star Dead at 35

JAY Z Makes Big Move with TIDAL


According to Billboard, the Barclays Center in Brooklyn has signed a name-in-title sponsorship deal with Tidal, the subscription streaming service that will see the arena’s theater configuration operate as the Tidal Theater.

The Barclays cut-down theater configuration, which features an advanced curtaining system located in the bowl, had operated as the Cushman & Wakefield Theater since the arena opened three years ago. The theater officially becomes the Tidal Theater today, and Cushman & Wakefield has been “repositioned” into other areas of Barclays Center, according to Barclays Center CEO Brett Yormark, who describes the Tidal partnership as a “content deal.”

The relationship will tap into Tidal’s artist development platform Tidal Discovery, as well as serving up unique experiences via Tidal X. As part of its naming rights agreement, Tidal will be curating events in the Tidal Theater with emerging and established artists. “[Tidal] will put a minimum of eight events into the theater annually,” Yormark says, “but we’ll compliment that with other events.”

This comes after the TIDAL X concert last week, which was streamed by 3.3 million people across 198 countries, the show boasted performances from the likes of Beyonce, Nicki Minaj, and Usher.

Beyonce Tributes Nicki Minaj with “Darling Nicki (Minaj) Song

Beyonce and Nicki Minaj’s friendship has grown over the years and as of late, they seem to have become really closer.  Last week, the duo performed their critically acclaimed “Feeling Myself,” for a sold out crowd at the Barclays Center.  Today, Tidal released behind the scenes footage of the two rehearsing the now iconic set.  Beyonce also took some time to recreate Prince’s famous song about “Darling Nicki,”  putting her own little twang on things only like she knows how to.

Check the clip below:

New Video – Adele -“Hello”

Adele is back and better than ever with her new song and video for new single “Hello.” The video was Directed by Xavier Dolan features and actor Mack Wilds.   Adele’s third album 25 drops Nov. 20 featuring 11 tracks with contributions from Danger Mouse, Max Martin, Tobias Jesso Jr., and OneRepublic’s Ryan Tedder.

Check the video below: