Beyonce has become a social media fanatic, constantly posting pictures to her Instagram and Tumblr pages. The singer posted the last batch of herself dress in a yellow and black dress while playing a pinball machine and standing next to a retro vending machine. Maybe something for Jay-Z’ birthday? Read more
Archive for December 2012
In celebration of his 43rd birthday Jay-Z has released a short documentary, Where I’m From: JAY Z Barclays Center Documentary, showcasing his concert series at the Barclays Center. It shows rehearsals, him riding the subway to the arena and his performances.
There is a funny moment on the subway when Jay chats it up with an old lady. She asks him “Are you famous?” to which Jay responds: “Yes. Not very famous though, you don’t know me. I’ll get there one day.” 😆
After a rough weekend in Seattle, troubled comedian Katt Williams announced he is retiring from comedy. While in Seattle he had four incidents that required police attention. He went for a wild ride on a three-wheeler and led cops on a chase, he slapped a Target employee and escaped on an electric cart; he got into an altercation with fans; he chased people with a pool cue at a club and was arrested. The final straw came when he was ejected from several hotels. A tearful Katt tells a reporter he’s had enough. 😯
“I’m just gonna go ahead and announce my retirement from standup, I’m kinda done. This is um…I’ve discussed it with my kids. I wasn’t really gonna do it on a Seattle street, I was going to go to Los Angeles and do it in the offices of ICM or LiveNation.”
Watch him make his announcement below: Read more
During a visit with New York’s Power 105.1, DMX is challenged to sing Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer. Watch the rapper accompany himself with a beat on the tabletop. Loved it!
Alicia Keys is red hot on the January 2013 issue of Essence magazine. Alicia talks the mag about spiritual makeovers and how she learned to say no in order to create a more balanced approach to her world. She also dishes about being unprepared for Hurricane Sandy in her Manhattan apartment with her husband, producer Swizz Beatz, and their 2-year-old son, Egypt. She says “After the third or fourth tuna fish sandwich, and after we learned we’d be without power for a week, I called my mother, who lives Uptown. She was okay and hadn’t lost any power, so we ended up going to her house. We were pretty lucky.”
Her new album Girl On Fire is in stores now.