Beyonce may not become a Hall of Famer for another eight years, but her clothing will be featured in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as soon as next week.
Beyonce, the 32-year-old singer, is getting her own exhibit at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Oh. Some of the singer's highly publicized outfits will be featured in the exhibit including her 2012 Met Ball gown by Givenchy, the black leotard from her "Single Ladies" music video and the bodysuit she wore for her 2013 Super Bowl performance.
Even though the exhibit usually features Hall of Famers, Rock Hall curator Meredith Rutledge-Borger explained why Beyonce was going to have her own spot reserved next week. more >>
Rapper Marcus Jamal Hopsin, popularly known as Hopsin, told the world he found God in 2012 and was ready to walk the path of righteousness. On Friday, July 18, the day he turned 28, Hopsin released an irreverently delivered new song called "Ill Mind of Hopsin 7" in which he confessed he had lost his faith and screamed at God to do something to help.
Watch the video and read the complete lyrics of his song below and tell us what you think about Hopsin's position.
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In 2012, popular California rapper, actor, director and record producer Hopsin, whose real name is Marcus Jamal Hopson, declared to the world that he found God and was ready to walk the path of righteousness. On Friday, July 18, the day he turned 28, however, Hopsin revealed to the world in a most irreverent way, that he had lost his faith, and it shook the Internet profoundly.
"In my heart, I've always wanted to do right but I never knew what right was…but it's weird, God reached down, he said 'boom! This is what you are' and I was like whoa! Not literally, I didn't fly into the air, but this happened like a few months ago. It's like I just opened my eyes and I saw everything differently," said Hopsin in an interview with Hard Knock TV, published in October 2012.
"Nobody brainwashed me with God in my head or anything, I just saw this new reality and I felt like I've been blinded and I finally took the blindfolds off…I feel like God is just telling me what I need to do and he's showing me the light," he said. more >>
Keke Palmer says she is "blessed" to be the youngest talk show host in television history with BET's "Just Keke," but the former child star is doing so without making apologies for being a less than perfect Christian who expresses herself on her own terms.
Keke, 20, has starred in major productions like the movie "Akeelah and the Bee" and honed her craft as a Nickelodeon star for years. Now, the actress and singer with over one million Twitter followers is giving fans a glimpse of her own personality with a talk show that tackles important issues to today's Millennials from social awareness, to fashion and relationships.
While Keke grew up in a Christian household near Chicago where she sang in a church choir, she formed her own relationship with God outside of her parents by the time she was 16. Still, Keke acknowledges the fact that she is not a perfect Christian, but a human being whose faith is strengthened by her life experiences. more >>
A country music star is receiving criticism on social media for his alleged butchering of "God Bless America" at a recent MLB All-Star game.
Although some fans appeared to applaud country music star Joe Nichols' rendition of "God Bless America" when he performed it on July 15 at the Target Field in Minneapolis, Minnesota, others took to Twitter to express their displeasure with Nichols' rendition of the well-known patriotic song.
"I Like Joe Nichols' music, but I wasn't a fan of his 'God Bless America' at the All Star Game," tweeted Angela Hesse. more >>
An unconventional metal band made up of three eighth graders from Brooklyn, New York, called Unlocking The Truth just signed a deal worth a potential $1.7 million with Sony and they are taking the Internet by storm.
According to a report in the New York Daily News, Sony has agreed to produce at least two albums for the young band and could produce four more if the band does well commercially.
The band, comprised of guitarist Malcolm Brickhouse, 13; bassist Alec Atkins, 13, and drummer Jarad Dawkins, 12, shot to Internet fame after one of their recorded Times Square performances went viral when it was posted to YouTube. more >>