Last week there were rumors Bow Wow and Keyshia Cole were secretly hooking up.
Now Bow Wow is finding out what Birdman learned the hard way.
Last year Keyshia Cole famously attacked a women she found at Cash Money CEO Birdman’s house while they were dating.
Now its Bow Wow’s turn.
Singer songwriter Kevin McCall helped Chris Brown craft some of his biggest hits, including Deuces and Yeah 3x, but somewhere along the way things turned sour because they’ve been going HAM at each via social media.
Danielle Brooks, Jazmine Sullivan, Chrisette Michele and Gabi Fresh gets sexy inside EBONY’s new issue. “The Body Brigade,” the cover story exhibits the black woman as curvaceous, confident, and sexy which all four women evoke. It’s about time that more media feature images of what everyday women look like.
The magazine hits newsstands later this month.
Check out some of the sexy photos below:
Back in January pop star Janet Jackson postponed the North American leg of her Unbreakable Tour promising to resume the tour in March.
Well, this week Ticketmaster sent emails to UK ticket holders explaining,
‘The event organisers have been in touch to let us know that, due to scheduling difficulties, they’ve had to postpone the ‘Unbreakable’ tour.’
‘It is not possible to confirm new dates at the present time so we are refunding all ticket holders.’
Q-Tip is making history with the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.
He has been tapped as artistic director for the the Center’s inaugural Hip-Hop Culture series for the 2016-17 season. The Hi-ARTS partnership features six different events from July through June 2017.
“With Hip Hop constantly changing and evolving, it is easy to forget the history and legacy that precede it,” Q-Tip said in a statement. “I want to begin at the beginning of the Culture to help people see its roots, better understand its present, and responsibly create its future.”
“In our role as a national cultural institution, we feel it is vital to recognize all of the performing arts in our programming,” Kennedy Center president Deborah F. Rutter said in a statement. “The history of Hip Hop and its development as an art form, and the complexity and importance of its impact on the arts landscape driving social and cultural awareness, has inspired us to have a more formal connection with our ongoing programming. By launching this series, we strive to spotlight these powerful traits through each program and to make them part of the Kennedy Center fabric as we look into the future.”
The first set of programs are as follows.
- Brave New Voices Youth Summit: July 12-16; Family Theater & Concert Hall
- All The Way Live!: Oct. 12-16; Family Theater,
- Words, Beats & Life Teach-In: Nov. 3-5; Terrace Gallery
- Top Notch: Nov. 5; Grand Foyer
- DJ Spooky: Rebirth of a Nation: May 23, 2017; Eisenhower Theater
- /peh-LO-tah/: June 5-11, 2017; Family Theater
For full program and ticket information, head to the Kennedy Center’s website.
Kendrick Lamar surprised the masses when he released his latest project “Untitled.” The new project is a follow up to chart-topping, critically acclaimed set ‘To Pimp A Butterfly.’ Untitled features appearances from Bilal, SZA, Cee Lo Green, and many more.
The set is predicted to top the charts and sell anywhere between 175-185k. Kendrick is still riding the wave after winning 5 Grammy’s a couple weeks ago.
Chart position: #1
Kanye West is saying goodbye to CD’S and possibly forever. Yeezy expressed his sentiments via his favorite outlet, Twitter.
He plans to only release future music via streaming services via TIDAL, which premiered his latest classic The Life of Pablo.
West went on to vent, “Why do people not want me to be me?” he asked. “I want people to be the best version of themselves and I will be the best version of me. Growing and learning but not being told to stop …not being stunted. please avoid trying to talk me out of being me in the future.”
Travis Scott drops his rendition of Madeintyo’s breakout single “Uber Everywhere.”