Connect with us

Celebs

Grammys Coverage: The Black Music Collective GRAMMY Week Celebration

Published

on

John Legend received the first-ever Recording Academy Global Impact Award for his personal and professional achievements in the music industry.

Legend was celebrated with a performance by Summer Walker, and D-Nice will be spinning music throughout the night, with MC Lyte as the voice of the evening, Adam Blackstone as the musical director and Jimmy Jam, the first Black Chair of the Recording Academy Board of Trustees and Songwriting Hall of Fame inductee, will be making remarks. The inaugural Black Music Collective event took place at Resorts World Las Vegas.

Continue Reading
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Television

Yung Miami Joins BMF Season 2

Published

on

By

Yung Miami took to Twitter to announce that we will be seeing her face grace our TV screens this January, for Season 2 of BMF!

Continue Reading

Movies

“Creed 3” Promo Posters released!

Published

on

By

One of the most anticipated movies of the year has released the promo posters, and sadly, we gotta wait til next year to see these two titans take it to the ring.

Originally schedule to release this year, it looks like the new date of March 3, 2023 is when we will get to see what Michael B Jordan has been cooking up.

The movie will serve as Michael’s directorial debut, and also marks the first movie in the franchise where Sylvester Stallone will not appear.

Continue Reading

Music

“Super Freaky Girl” gets moved to the Pop Categories at the Grammys… And Nicki “isn’t mad”

Published

on

By

According to TheHollywoodReporter,

Minaj originally submitted the track — which debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart in August — to the rap categories at the Grammys, but the decision was overturned by the Recording Academy’s rap committee, according to a source. That group determined that Minaj’s playful and pop-sounding song sampling Rick James’ 1981 classic “Super Freak” should compete for best pop solo performance instead of rap awards.

TheHollywoodreporter

In my honest opinion, this was the right move! The song was produced by a Pop producer and it was also promoted as a Pop song. This isn’t an attack on Nicki Minaj, as it has happened across all genres. Some of the more notable people to have this happen would be Kacey Musgraves, The Weeknd, Iggy Azalea, Lil Nas X and so many more.

However, Nicki took to twitter to share her thoughts, per usual:

At this time, Big Energy by Latto, hasn’t been announced which category it will be in. It will likely be in the running for the same Pop awards, based on the fact that Dr. Luke also produced it and the Remix featured Mariah Carey’s rendition of Fantasy, which was also nominated in the Pop category.

Continue Reading
Advertisement

Upcoming Releases

03.25 – Latto – 777 (album)
03.25 – Kanye West – Donda 2 (All Platforms)
TBA – Cardi B – TBA
TBA – Monica – Trenches

Follow us on Twitter

Trending

Copyright © 2017 Zox News Theme. Theme by MVP Themes, powered by WordPress.