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by Jay Alexander posted Jul 24 2013 12:39PM
Michelle Williams and Kelly Rowland

Michelle Williams brought the party to Hollywood to celebrate her 32nd birthday with her fellow child of Destiny, Kelly Rowland. The ladies hit up the Gilt City L.A. event for Jaguar F-Type and took a ride in the sexy red car.
The birthday girl was glowing in a long green dress while her friends presented her with a cake at a celebratory dinner later in the evening.
“I feel amazing on my birthday this year!!! Thank you Lord for the process to get to this place!!!” tweeted Michelle, whose album Journey to Freedom is due later this year.
Beyoncé also wished her DC bandmate via a message on her website.
See more pics from the Destiny’s divas’ day out.

Michelle Williams, Kelly Rowland, and Jeanette Jenkins

Kelly Rowland

Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams

Michelle Williams
by Jay Alexander posted Jul 24 2013 12:33PM


Juicy J and Miley Cyrus

Juicy J brought out Big Sean and Wiz Khalifa at his “Stay Trippy” show in L.A. last night, but the most surprising guest was Miley Cyrus. As money piled on the stage at the House of Blues, the pop star twerked to the Memphis rapper’s hit “Bandz a Make Her Dance.”
“Miley Cyrus twerked on stage tonite! The crowd went crazy!” tweeted Juicy J.
The 20-year-old is no stranger to twerking. She previously showed the world what she was working with in a viral video.
Just last week, Miley debuted her Mike WiLL Made It-produced single “We Can’t Stop,” which is currently in the top 10 on iTunes.
Watch bandz make Miley dance.
by Jay Alexander posted Jul 24 2013 12:29PM

Chris Brown and Nicki Minaj join forces on “Love More,” the new single off his upcoming album X. Breezy turns up the heat on the raunchy record, which he performed live at the BET Awards last month.
“Till we get it right, we gon’ fuck some more,” he sings on the provocative hook, while Nicki gets hot and heavy on her verse.
In addition to Nicki, X is expected to feature Kendrick Lamar, Rihanna, Kelly Rowland, B.o.B, Wiz Khalifa, and more, with production from Timbaland, Diplo, Polow Da Don, Danja, Pharrell, and Drumma Boy.
by Jay Alexander posted Jul 24 2013 12:24PM


Juicy J rounds up some of the biggest names in hip-hop and R&B for his major label debut Stay Trippy.
Due August 27, the 16-track album features the strip club anthems “Bandz a Make Her Dance” and “Bounce It,” plus collaborations with Justin Timberlake, Chris Brown, Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa, A$AP Rocky, Wale, 2 Chainz, Trey Songz, Young Jeezy, Big Sean, Trina, Pimp C, Yelawolf, and Project Pat.
The Best Buy deluxe edition adds three songs with Wiz Khalifa, Trina, 2 Chainz, and The Weeknd.
Wiz Khalifa and Dr. Luke serve as executive producers on the album, which includes production from Mike WiLL Made It, Timbaland, Lex Luger, Young Chop, Crazy Mike, Baby E, I.D. Labs productions, Danny Boy, and The Weeknd.
See the tracklisting below.
Stay Trippy Tracklisting
1. “Stop It”
2. “Smokin’ Rollin’” feat. Pimp C
3. “No Heart No Love” feat. Project pat
4. “So Much Money”
5. “Bounce It” feat. Trey Songz and Wale
6. “Wax”
7. “Gun Plus a Mask” feat. Yelawolf
8. “Smoke a Ni**a” feat. Wiz Khalifa
9. “Show Out” feat. Big Sean and Young Jeezy
10. “The Woods” feat. Justin Timberlake
11. “Money A Do It”
12. “Talkin’ About” feat. Chris Brown and Wiz Khalifa
13. “All I Blow Is Loud”
14. “Bandz a Make Her Dance” feat. Lil Wayne and 2 Chainz
15. “Scholarship” feat. A$AP Rocky
16. “If I Ain’t”
Best Buy Deluxe Edition
17. “One Thousand” feat. Wiz Khalifa
18. “Having Sex” feat. Trina and 2 Chainz
19. “One of Those Nights” feat. The Weeknd
Stay Trippy
by Jay Alexander posted Jul 24 2013 12:23PM


J. Cole is owning up to his mistake. The Roc Nation rapper has issued a sincere apology for an offensive lyric about autism.
On the Drake-assisted song “Jodeci Freestyle,” Cole raps, “Fuck your list, you lame ni**as and doubters/ I’m undoubtedly the hottest and that’s just me being modest/ Go check the numbers, dummy/ That’s just me gettin’ started/ I’m artistic, you ni**as is autistic, retarded.”
In a letter posted on his website Dreamvillain, Cole explained that the apology was necessary after a fan expressed their outrage.
“I was instantly embarrassed that I would be ignorant enough to say something so hurtful,” he wrote. “What makes the crime worse is that I should have known better.”
He went on to apologize to parents who are raising kids with autism, college students with Asperger’s Syndrome, and all those battling the development disorder.
“You deserve medals, not disrespect,” said Cole.
Read his heartfelt apology below.
Autism Speaks
Recently there’s been a trend that includes rappers saying something offensive, only to be attacked for it in the media and pressured to apologize. I have to be completely honest and say there’s a part of me that resents that. I view rap similar to how I view comedy. It’s going to ruffle feathers at times. It’s going to go “too far”. I do not believe that an apology is needed every time someone is offended, especially when that apology is really only for the sake of saving an endorsement or cleaning up bad press.
With that said, this is not the case today. This letter is sincere. This apology IS necessary.
In a recent verse on the song “Jodeci Freestyle”, I said something highly offensive to people with Autism. Last week, when I first saw a comment from someone outraged about the lyric, I realized right away that what I said was wrong. I was instantly embarrassed that I would be ignorant enough to say something so hurtful. What makes the crime worse is that I should have known better.
To the entire Autism community who expressed outrage, I’m moved and inspired by your passion, and I’m amazed at how strong you are as a unit. I have now read stories online from parents about their struggles and triumphs with raising an Autistic child and I admire how incredibly strong you have to be to do so. It’s touching. It also makes what I said even more embarrassing for me. I feel real shame. You have every right to be angry.
To anyone suffering from Autism, either mildly or severely, I am sorry. I’m bound to make mistakes in my life, but in my heart I just want to spread Love.
I want to educate myself more on Autism, and I’ll gladly own my mistake and serve as an example to today’s generation that there’s nothing cool about mean-spirited comments about someone with Autism. People with this disorder and their loved ones have to go through so much already, the last thing they need is to hear something as ignorant as what I said. I understand.
To the parents who are fighting through the frustrations that must come with raising a child with severe autism, finding strength and patience that they never knew they had; to the college student with Asperger’s Syndrome; to all those overcoming Autism. You deserve medals, not disrespect. I hope you accept my sincere apology.
Much Love
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by Jay Alexander posted Jul 19 2013 2:00PM


From blonde to brunette to red to black. Rihanna has rocked just about every color hair throughout her career. But now she’s going grey. The fashion icon has dyed her locks a more mature shade, debuting the new look on Instagram.
“Grey is the new black! Blondies, it’s quiet for y’all! #brrr,” tweeted RiRi, who is currently in Europe on her “Diamonds World Tour.”
The new ‘do was met with a mixed response. “Look Great with every hair colour, Turn to Blue, green or Orange, you looook awesome,” wrote one fan, while another commented, “This makes you look old.”
What do you think of Ri’s new image? Get another look below.
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by Jay Alexander posted Jul 19 2013 1:58PM


Hip-hop all-stars mingled with sports MVPs at the 2013 ESPY Awards in Los Angeles on Wednesday. The Game, Snoop Dogg, and Nelly rubbed shoulders on the red carpet with athletes including Michael Phelps, Gabby Douglas, and Dwyane Wade.
Diddy brought his son Justin Combs and presented the Best Team award to LeBron James and the Miami Heat, while “SNL” comedian Jay Pharoah drew laughs with his impersonation of Jay-Z as a sports agent.
Game caught up with Reggie Bush backstage. “Two very distinguished gentlemen. Ladies…. you may cream now,” the Compton MC told his followers.
See more pics from the ESPYS below.
The Game
Snoop Dogg
LeBron James and Diddy
LeBron James, Erik Spoelstra, Dwyane Wade, Ray Allen, Diddy, and David Fizdale
by Jay Alexander posted Jul 19 2013 1:57PM


Talib Kweli and Nelly put on their hoodies and paid tribute to Trayvon Martin on Tuesday’s “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.” The rappers performed “Before He Walked” off Talib’s new album Prisoner of Conscious with some help from Abby Dobson, who added her soulful stylings.
Nelly also shared some more behind-the-scenes footage from his “Get Like Me” video shoot with Nicki Minaj and Pharrell.
by Jay Alexander posted Jul 19 2013 1:55PM


While Jay-Z and Justin Timberlake were in Canada kicking off their “Legends of the Summer” tour, Wiz Khalifa and A$AP Rocky were burning up the stage in Cali for the launch of their “Under the Influence of Music” tour.
The U.S. trek got underway on Wednesday at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, Calif. Following sets from Joey Bada$$ and Pro Era, B.o.B hit the stage before A$AP Rocky and Wiz Khalifa.
Trinidad Jame$ will join the tour tonight in Irvine, continuing through August 11 in Cincinnati.
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