Princess RiRi continues her world travels, hanging with wild animals and finding any available space to twerk. Rihanna‘s latest buzzworthy contribution to our Instagram feeds is important for two reasons: 1. She reminds us that Miley‘s not the only one who can twerk (or really even knows how) and 2. She reveals more of her upcoming collaboration with River Island for Winter 2013.
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Aubrey Drake Graham turns 27 today, which means he’ll be celebrating before, after, and during his scheduled Would You Like A Tour? date in Toronto in the style that is so effortlessly his own.
Whether it’s courtside at the Knicks game, or atop a monstrous rock on an island he’s just discovered, Drizzy knows how to have a good time. Don’t let the music fool you! This guy actually enjoys smiling.
When J. Cole‘s album, Born Sinner, dropped in June, the music world took notice. The 28-year-old’s second LP elevated his status in the hip-hop community and has been praised for its high production value and epic storytelling. Cole reveals the meaning and origin of Born Sinner track “Crooked Smile” in his Life & Rhymes special with MTV, as well as takes us along on trip to his old neighborhood.
Katy Perry‘s fourth album PRISM is available for purchase today, promising to be the aural light that will brighten any gloomy autumn. More or less a part of our lives since 2008, Perry is an interesting artist with an even more interesting background that now seems contradictory to the candy-coated persona she’s crafted.
We might be biased here at VH1 when it comes to tattoos, but this preferred form of expression is becoming increasingly popular among today’s crop of pop stars. With so much attention paid to the meaning behind said body art, how well do you actually know the designs that cover your favorite stars’ bodies?
K.Michelle turned heads at the the premiere of VH1′s CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story in New York last night, thanks to a skin-tight gown that left very little to the imagination. In addition to chatting up red carpet guests, K took time to share some news about her own music career–namely the next single off Rebellious Soul and details about her upcoming tour.
As musical genres continue to blur, everyone listens to everyone. It’s why Jay Z told Miley Cyrus to keep twerking and Ezra Koenig of Vampire Weekend listens to A$AP Ferg. According to Pharrell, Miley is a “byproduct of America,” raised in an era where “hip-hop is king.” So it’s only natural that she, as well as many of her peers, are venturing outside of their musical molds, ready to experiment with new sounds.
They’re young, they’re talented, and they’re hot. Hip-hop is all about style and bravado, but just like anything in life, a little eye candy doesn’t hurt. Jay and Bey might be the reigning King and Queen, but there’s a collection of gorgeous duos nipping at their heels.
While you were still talking about Miley, Justin Timberlake‘s new album–his second of 2013–was released this week. The 20/20 Experience 2 of 2 might be a disappointing “data dump” to some, but it’s not terrible enough to discredit all the jams JT has given us over the years.
After nearly seven years of doing anything but music, Justin Timberlake‘s second album of the year is currently out and available for your listening pleasure. Like its predecessor, The 20/20 Experience 2 of 2 is produced in full by old friend and frequent partner, Timbaland, the man responsible for helping to bring sexy back and convincing us that a boy band past and successful solo artistry are not mutually exclusive.