On Sunday night (Nov. 3), BET aired the Eighth Annual 'Black Girls Rock,' a show dedicated toward empowering women of color. The honorees this year included the likes of hip-hop pioneer Queen Latifah, tennis player Venus Williams and Patti LaBelle, who received the Living Legend award.
If there's one reason to buy Beyonce's 'Life Is But a Dream' documentary on DVD, it's this: her first official music release in months is available for download with purchase. The new tune, 'God Made You Beautiful,' will be available with the two-disc set, which also includes a live concert film.
Unlike the real Allen Iverson, Action Bronson is still very much in the game. The release of 'Blue Chips 2' is fast approaching and 'Practice,' a leak from the Party Supplies-produced project, hit the Internet.
Part of Drake's appeal is how his emotional honesty and parody-ready lyrics feel tailor-made for today's generation. Even though there's an age gap, 59-year-old weather forecaster Al Roker attempted to relate to the rapper and his fans, at least for one night.
The new film '12 Years A Slave' looks like its going to be a heartbreaker, as it tells the story of an African American man from the North who's kidnapped into slavery. John Legend channels the painful subject matter on 'Roll Jordan Roll,' which will be featured on the film's official soundtrack.
Well, a bet is a bet. Last week, Arsenio Hall made a wager with Nelly on his late night show. If the Dodgers beat the St. Louis Cardinals (Nelly's hometown team) in the NCLS, Nelly would have to return to the show to perform 'Country Grammar.' If the Cardinals win, Hall would have to perform the same song while wearing a Cardinals jersey.
DJ Khaled's 'Suffering From Success' is dropping next week and the tracks have been coming a plenty recently. The past couple of days saw the release of 'I Feel Like Pac/I Feel Like Biggie' (which angered Mase), 'I'm Still' and 'You Don't Want These Problems' -- which even you may have a credit on.
While people were marinating on just what happened at last night's BET Awards, Nelly and Future's performance on 'Arsenio' aired aired as well. The two performed 'Give U Dat,' a rap ballad that's similar to what we heard in 2002's 'Dilemma.' Perhaps the more interesting part about his appearance on the show was the bet he made with Arsenio Hall before his performance.
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