Last night on the red carpet before winning his first MTV Video Music Award for Best Male Video for “Sing” Ed Sheeran spoke with Billboard and announced that he’s working with French DJ/Producer David Guetta.
The 2014-2015 NFL season is right around the corner and Super Bowl XLIX will be here before we know it. February 1, 2015 will be here sooner then you expect which leads to the question, “Who will be performing at the biggest concert of the year?”
If they are going for current acts there are four artists who I could legitametely see performing at “the big game.”
Music’s biggest night, the 2015 GRAMMY Awards are about six months away, but like I’ve done for the past couple years I am going to go out on a limb and make (number) BOLD predictions for the show! October 31, 2013 – September 30, 2014 are the eligibility dates for the 2015 show:
The whole rap game was abuzz after Nicki Minaj‘s speech after winning Best Female Artist at the BET Awards, for the fifth year in a row. Nicki proclaimed that every word that you heard in a Nicki Minaj song was written by her. Everybody thinking that it was a shot at Iggy Azalea, a claim that Nicki denied. T.I. addressed those rumors of him being a ghostwriter during a recent interview.
Ever since Kanye West announced that he was postponing the Australian dates of his ‘Yeezus tour’ to finish up his new album Yeezy fans, like myself, have been anticipating the new album. Then word came out that the album would be a mix of soul samples and less abrasive version of Yeezus, I got more excited. Well West, who is featured on the cover of the new GQ Magazine, revealed the title of his new single and what to expect from it.
MTV has taken a rather unconventional route in announcing the nominees for the 2014 Video Music Awards (VMAs). They have various artists making the announcements on their Snapchat story.
It’s been quite some time since the king of the viral video, “Weird Al” Yankovic had a spoof video that I’ve seen. Well that ended earlier today when his spoof of Pharrell‘s smash single “Happy” hit the net. The video for “Tacky features Margaret Cho, Jack Black, and Aisha Taylor and plays up to the original.
DMX has been at the center of many a viral video in the past couple years including; Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer(which he already knows the words to), streaking in a hotel, and his being added to the Reading Rainbow theme song. Well we can now add another gem to that list. This morning on Good Day New York the shows anchors decided to play ‘Name That Tune’ with a song that they got from a Twitter follower. Well, that song was DMX’s 2000 hit single “Party Up (In Here)”
unfortunately the song wasn’t edited and broadcast live for all of New York (and now the world) to see.