VH1 Vintage

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VH1 Vintage: Janet Jackson Reveals Inspiration for Rhythm Nation 1814

This week we celebrate the 25th anniversary of Janet Jackson’s Rhythm Nation 1814, the 1989 album that cemented Janet Jackson‘s reputation as one of the era’s premiere female artists with it’s messages of sexual empowerment and era-defining new jack swing sound. However, did you know that it was actually a concept album about social injustices and was also accompanied by a 30-minute long form music video? Read more…

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VH1 Vintage: What Does It Take To Become a Hip Hop Video Vixen?

As part of I <3 Video Vixens Month here at VH1, we’re celebrating the fabulous women who made music videos so much hotter over the years, and changed our lives for the better. Read more…

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VH1 Vintage: Katy Perry Won’t Experience True Love Until She Gets With McLovin

Katy Perry has dated her fair share of duds. From her marriage to Russell Brand to an on-again, off-again romance with John Mayer, the human rainbow just can’t seem to find a man who shines as brightly as she does. She’s always had a thing for funny guys, and back in 2008, she had her eye on unexpected movie star: McLovin.

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VH1 Vintage: A Metallic Jennifer Lopez Defends A Woman’s Right To Bling

All musicians need a little sparkle to prove to their hometown haters and friends that they’re finally famous. And whether that’s a belly chain or grill, real diamonds never go out of style — at least that’s what Patron Saint of Bling Jennifer Lopez believes.

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VH1 Vintage: Elusive Chanteuse Mariah Carey Has Never Worried About The Rumors

In honor of this week’s release of Mariah Carey‘s 14th studio album, Me. I Am Mariah… The Elusive Chanteuse, we’re going back to a time when Ms. Mariah was just a (very successful) girl who liked to wear fitted jeans and flirty tanks. Then again, she’s always preferred a nice top that shows off her best assets.

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