Thursday, October 23, 2014


Legendary R&B group BOYZ II MEN are back with new music! Check out the video for "Losing Sleep" which is a new single off their album Collide.

In 2012, BOYZ II MEN reached a milestone when they received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Nathan, Wanya and Shawn are the current active members of Boyz II Men and are signed to BMG. 

Chris Brown To Open The Show At The 2014 Soul Train Awards In Las Vegas

Alright, alright, alright! BET/Centric just announced its line-up of presenters and performers for this years Soul Train Awards which will be televised on Nov. 30th.

C Breezy is making a strong comeback leading the list of nominees with a whopping seven nominations and will open up the show. 

BTS: Actress Kerry Washington Featured In ALLURE Cover Shoot 2014

'Scandal' star Kerry Washington is featured in the November issue of Allure magazine. She talks about battling eczema, her mom instilling the importance of inner beauty and more. The very busy wife/mother/actress was photographed by Carter Smith in Los Angeles, CA. (In the photo above, Washington is wearing a royal blue taffeta gown by Zac Posen.)


Watch a clip of the behind the scenes shoot below!

Ellie Goulding, Kendrick Lamar, and DJ Calvin Harris To Perform At BACARDI Triangle Event

[Thursday 23rd OCTOBER 2014]: Ahead of her performance at BACARDI Triangle, an exclusive music event on a private island in the Bermuda Triangle, Ellie Goulding takes time out of her busy schedule to discuss her obsession with David Attenborough and her dream to visit the Galapagos Islands.

Ellie will be performing alongside Grammy award-winning DJ Calvin Harris and hip hop star Kendrick Lamar. She will also be treating fans to a sneak peak of her new single ‘Outside’ alongside Calvin. The slowly sizzling electro-pop song reunites Harris and Goulding after the dynamic duo’s 2012 hit “I Need Your Love,” taken from Goulding’s album Halcyon.

Harris’s new album Motion is due out November 4th and features a star-studded tracklist with appearances from Gwen Stefani, Big Sean, Tinashe, John Newman, and HAIM. It will be Harris’ first album since 2012’s 18 Months and he will be hitting the road in support of its release — if he survives his Halloween show in the Bermuda Triangle.

The Halloween-themed event, which will involve three charter jets, flying in from three cities around the world, carrying three superstar artists will take place over three action-packed nights.

The weekend will culminate with guests being whisked to a private Caribbean island where a world-class line-up awaits. Joining singing sensation, Ellie at the festival will be Grammy award-winning DJ Calvin Harris and hip hop star Kendrick Lamar who will perform their biggest hits as part of an unforgettable climax to a weekend like no other.

Friday, October 17, 2014

Black-Ish Star Anthony Anderson Featured On the Cover Of EMMY Magazine October Issue

Anthony Anderson, star and executive producer of the new ABC fall comedy series black-ish, appears on the cover of award-winning emmy® magazine, the Television Academy’s “must read” journal which hits newsstands today.
The actor is suave in a white-on-white Dolce & Gabbana linen suit, silk pointed tie and Ted Baker London shirt. 
For exclusive photos and video of behind-the-scenes moments from Anderson’s photo shoot, visit, the Academy’s award-winning website.
The narrative behind ABC’s new comedy black-ish hits close to home for the comedian, who portrays a successful father struggling to make sure his privileged children remember where they’ve come from.
“I was dealing with my son coming home and saying he doesn’t feel black,” Anderson recalls. “
At the tail end of a heart-to-heart conversation about my unprivileged struggle growing up in Compton, California, versus my son’s privileged struggle growing up in the Valley and knowing nothing but private school, he said, ‘Dad, for my birthday, I want a bar mitzvah.’” Looking back, the actor is able to laugh at the memory, but at the time he responded, “Oh, so you really aren’tblack.’”
black-ish “has a real point of view,” shares Laurence Fishburne, who both executive-produces the series and plays Anderson’s old-school dad. “And although it appears to be a point of view about race, it’s really about class, success and generational differences more than anything else.” Adds writer-producer Kenya Barris, “That’s really what I wanted to say with this show, that we are the sum of all our parts, and we should acknowledge that.”
All that said, black-ish “…is not indicative of just one culture and one race of people,” Anderson concludes. “It’s inclusive. Everybody’s dealing with a little ‘ish’ in their lives.”

Thursday, October 16, 2014

ShoeGasm: Christian Louboutin Keeps Bringing the FootWerk Heat

This shoe is the favorite of the day! Or ShoeGasm pick for the day. The Christian Louboutin "So Kate Pump" that goes for a mere $1395.00. These would be great with the Isabel Marant fur jacket (below) and a leather pencil skirt. 

Saturday, October 11, 2014

Ray J, Jazmine Sullivan, K Michelle, Teairra Marie and More Attend Women Behind The Music Event

Nicole George-Middleton - Sam Selolwane - Jazmine Sullivan - DJ KISS

A few days ago, ASCAP honored six fierce females in New York and Los Angeles for their annual “Women Behind the Music” event.

Over 200 industry VIPs packed Toshi’s Living Room in NYC to celebrate the careers of RCA recording artist Jazmine Sullivan, DJ Kiss and RCA Records VP of Promotion Sam Selolwane.

On the West Coast, Bardot was the spot where top music influencers gathered to toast the achievements of Atlantic recording artist K.Michelle, Billboard senior editor Gail Mitchell and Motown Records’ VP of Creative Relations & Marketing Myisha Brooks.

Both events kicked off with a MYX & Mingle hour, where guests experienced the refreshing natural flavors of Mango, Coconut, Peach and original MYX Fusions Moscato.

Attorney Ed Wood and Guests.

Deshawn Hamilton

The audience was then treated to a Q&A with the honorees, moderated by Nicole George-Middleton, ASCAP VP of Rhythm & Soul/Urban, in New York and Mir Harris, Associate Director, ASCAP Rhythm & Soul/Urban in L.A.

Friday, October 10, 2014

Nicole Murphy Plays Jilted Lover In Johnny Gill New Video "Behind Closed Doors"

Johnny Gill, singer/songwriter and member of the legendary group NEW EDITION has ventured out on his own yet again with his sixth studio solo project. The R&B crooner who is rumored to be dating Sherri Shepherd, will be dropping a new album titled "Game Changer" on December 9th. He recently released the video for "Behind Closed Doors" which is the first single off the project.

In the visuals to "Behind Closed Doors," Nicole Murphy (ex-wife of Eddie Murphy) - a longtime friend of Johnny's - plays the part of a woman in a same-sex relationship who suspects her significant other is cheating.

Saturday, October 4, 2014

Grammy-Nominated Singer JOE Joins Kem On "Promise To Love" Tour

Soulful Grammy-Nominated Singers KEM (left) and JOE. 

Two-time GRAMMY®-Nominated Motown Recording Artist KEM has announced dates for his 2014 "PROMISE TO LOVE TOUR - Part 1," with special guest, Joe and Kemistry Records artist, L Renee. KEM's "PROMISE TO LOVE TOUR - Part 1" will hit 8 cities at concert halls this November, while his full U.S. Headlining "PROMISE TO LOVE TOUR" will launch in the Fall of 2015. Tickets are on sale now at


Actress Sharon Leal and actor William Levy "ADDICTED"

 Radio and Television Personality, Angie Martinez known as "The Voice of NY" brings her unbridled interview style and charm to "Addicted: Live With Zane," a special pre-release event on October 9the day before the nationwide theatrical release of Lionsgate (NYSE: LGF) and Codeblack Films' highly-anticipated Addicted

 "Addicted: Live With Zane," to be shown in 350+ cinemas nationwide courtesy of Lionsgate, Codeblack Films and Fathom Events, is a unique event for the legions of fans of Zane's provocative best-selling thriller.

Legendary Radio Host Angie Martinez pictured with colleague POWER 105.1 Radio Host Angela Yee.

Martinez will moderate a live Q&A with best-selling author Zane, "Addicted" starsSharon LealBoris KodjoeTasha SmithTyson Beckford and William Levy plus the film's director Bille Woodruff. Audiences will get to ask questions via Twitter as well as hear GRAMMY® winning recording artist Estelle sing her latest single, "Conqueror." 

Tickets are available now at participating theater box offices and online at Click here for a full list of participating theaters on October 9th at 8 pm ET/ 5 pm PT with a second tape-delayed showing at 11 pm ET/8 pm PT.

REVOLT Network To Launch On Verizon FIOS And Host Inaugural Music Conference In Miami

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Chairman and Founder Sean "Diddy" Combs Discusses RMC on Access Hollywood Live (Oct. 1, 2014).

REVOLT TV is taking over the month of October! Kicking off the network’s celebration of their one-year anniversary, chairman and founder Sean “Diddy” Combs sat down with Access Hollywood Live to discuss adding Verizon FiOS to the line-up of cable carriers and the inaugural REVOLT Music Conference kicking off at Fontainebleau Miami Beach from October 16th – October 19th.

In a statement released October 1, Sean Combs revealed that starting late October, FiOS customers would have access to the music network. For millions of viewers who are passionate about music, REVOLT will now finally be available in 46 of the 50 top U.S. markets on Time WarnerCable, Comcast, Century, Suddenlink and Verizon FiOS. REVOLT will be available on channel 726.

Tracee Ellis Ross on the Cultural Importance of ABC’s “Black-ish” and Being the Daughter of Legendary Diana Ross

Big hair & big smiles fill Larry King’s studios as guest host Janet Mock finds a BFF in Tracee Ellis Ross on the latest episode of the Emmy nominated series  “Larry King Now”. The actress opens up about the cultural importance of her new “Black-ish” gig, neofeminism, and the perks of being Diana’s daughter.

Janet Mock (left) and actress Tracee Ellis Ross.
Tracee talked about the void in television that ABC's "Blackish" is filling, "In my opinion, sometimes TV takes a minute to catch up with our culture." She explained why the freshman comedy works well with longtime hit "Modern Family." Janet and the "Blackish" star discussed the evolution of what it means to be black, and the extent to which modern-day Americans of all walks adopt pieces of other people's cultures. They also chatted about why it's time to openly discuss race, even if it proves uncomfortable.

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