Nicki Minaj recently set tongues wagging following the release of her sexually explicit "Anaconda" music video and amongst the chatter of fans and critics begs the question: why are so many women in hip-hop using sex to sell records?
In July, Minaj, one of the highest selling rappers in music today, made headlines (some positive) when she debuted the cover art for her sex driven single "Anaconda" which features her casually squatting in a pink bra, matching G-string and Jordan sneakers while proudly displaying her bare behind.
The song's music video, which was released a month later, is even more sexually explicit as it shows Minaj in far more compromising positions giving a lap dance to fellow rapper Drake and girating with barely any clothes on. more >>
This amazing 5-year-old Rowan, is not only adorable to watch but also an amazing singer for her age. You will be amazed by her singing abilities and also saying "Aww!" when you see how cute she is.
Rowan sings a cover of the song "Own Side Now" by Caitlin Rose. This is definitely a video you want to watch more than once and share with friends!
Watch this impressive and adorable cover below: more >>
Michelle Williams has broken a personal record with her fourth studio album, "Journey To Freedom."
The 34-year-old singer, songwriter and actress, has made her best ever debut on the Billboard Top 200 charts with her latest album. It has already made its mark on multiple charts including a top ten debut on Billboard's Top Independent Albums chart.
She has also received the honor of having the number one album on the CMTA's Gospel Overall chart. more >>
Rapper Lecrae made an appearance on "The Tonight Show" Thursday night where Jimmy Fallon congratulated the Christian artist for his No. 1 album, Anomaly on the Billboard music chart.
Lecrae performed alongside Fallon's house band, The Roots, between the show's segments and then took to his Instagram account to express his appreciation for the opportunity to perform on network television, which is a first for a Christian rapper.
"It's a lot to take in. I haven't had time to download it all. I am so grateful for the support. I know I represent something much bigger than me. Thank you! I thank God for a voice into culture. I pray I use it wisely," wrote Lecrae. more >>
The Lifetime network movie about the life and tragic death of entertainer Aaliyah Haughton officially has an air date this November.
"Aaliyah: The Princess of R&B," starring Alexandra Shipp, will make its two-hour premiere on Lifetime Networks Saturday, Nov. 15, at 8pm ET. The television movie executive produced by Howard Braunstein, Debra Martin Chase and Wendy Williams, is based on the best selling book Aaliyah: More Than a Woman.
After Aaliyah's family publicly spoke out against the small screen film, actress Zendaya Coleman backed out of starring in it. Her replacement, Shipp, 23, is an actress and singer who starred in Nickelodeon's show "House of Anubis" along with other programs such as "Victorious," "Switched At Birth" and "Awkward." While she is gearing up to star in Nick Cannon's "Drumline 2: A New Beat," it seems the entertainer has spent little time on social media since news broke that she would star in the film. more >>
Kanye West and his wife Kim Kardashian West are using their star power to uplift people.
West, the 37-year-old rap mogul, was mentioned in his 33-year-old wife's Instagram post. In the social media message, the "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" star posted a photograph of a student who looked to be bed ridden in a hospital.
In the image, Kardashian was pictured video chatting on a cell phone with the college student named Alyson Raywood, who philly.com confirmed is registered at St. Joseph's University. Kardashian and her husband chatted with the student, who the reality star insisted they would be praying for. more >>