Teyana Taylor heightens the sexy, picking up where she left up in the “Fade,” clip that she debuted last year with Kanye West. Now, ‘Drippin,‘” see’s Teyana collaborating with Migos and slithering around in neon body paint.
The track maybe a buzz single for Teyana’s as yet untitled sophomore follow-up to her VII LP.
Check the video below:
Mary J. Blige releases the visual to her new single, “Love Yourself,” featuring A$AP Rocky. The original track which appears on her latest album, “Strength of A Woman,” features Kanye West.
Bryson Tiller has announced the follow up to his successful debut Trapsoul. His sophomore release is titled True to Self, and he has revealed three new songs.
One of those tracks, “Honey,” was released first with the other two arriving shortly after his pre-order link went out.
The new album is due June 23rd.
Check out “Get Mine,” below:
Only the elites of the elite’s can secure an invitation to the annual Dior Fashion show which was held at the Upper Las Virgenes Canyon Open Space Preserve in the hills of Calabasas in Los Angeles, CA.
Among those elite celebrities were Rihanna, Jhené Aiko, Big Sean, Nick Jonas, and Kelly Rowland to name a few. Other Hollywood stars like Charlize Theron, Laura Dern, Freida Pinto, Demi Moore also enjoyed the festivities. Dior ambassador Rihanna was front and center as she watched the show.
Solange entertained the crowd with her eclectic showstopping set with songs from A Seat at the Table. The show was dubbed Diorchella for its festival-like ambiance, and the event used nature as its backdrop. Check out some flicks below:
Jay Z and Live Nation have extended their touring contract while turning the focus away from recorded music.
According to reports Jay Z’s ten year touring contract with Live Nation is worth a whopping $200 million, ensuring that he will be on the road at least til he’s 57 years old.
Jay Z has already signed on for three music festivals this summer including his own Made in America, Labor Day weekend.
Last month Ja Rule and partner Billy McFarland were accused of fraud after their ‘luxury’ Fyre Music Festival in the Bahamas spectacularly crashed and burned.
Turns out Ja personally owes $3 million.
According to reports a new lawsuit has been filed in Manhattan Supreme Court claiming a $3 million loan was issued to Ja Rule by New York-based EHL Funding LLC to finance the event.
The lawsuit claims $1 million has been paid back but then the payments stopped in April.
The full balance is due May 31. Meanwhile there are six other lawsuits pending regarding the failed music fest.
Earlier this year Real Housewives of Atlanta star Cynthia Bailey’s ex-husband Peter Thomas and Kenya Moore’s ex-boyfriend Matt Jordan got into a knock down drag out fight at a Charlotte radio station.
Well, the video from the fight leaked online. Wanna see?