With a newborn baby at home, her sixth album Jackie dropping on May 4th, and the new single impacting the airwaves, Ciara keeps the momentum going with the “I Bet” remix, featuring the help of Family Hustle star T.I.
-By Ariel Morriar
Spring has finally sprung and it’s time to start shedding off that gloomy winter wardrobe and replacing it with more soft and bright colors—like pastels!
Madonna‘s Rebel Heart is suffering in sales, Fred Durst is not a murderer, Kanye West had something to do with Rihanna‘s latest single and more on Last Lap. Read more…
Marvin Gaye‘s family recently won a multimillion dollar lawsuit after a jury ruled that Robin Thicke and Pharrell‘s “Blurred Lines” plagiarized Marvin’s “Got To Give It Up.” It seems as though $7.3 million isn’t enough for the Gaye family because they’re coming for more— and this time, they’re going in on T.I.
All good things must unfortunately come to an end, as teen girl group the OMG Girlz have officially called it quits. The announcement was made via social media as the trio thanked Team OMG “for all the love, support, and loyalty. and support.”
T.I. turned some heads on Instagram today when the Family Hustle star posted an image with the simple caption, “#ATL2 Get Ready.” It looks like production has begun on a sequel to the 2006 hit movie ATL.
J. Cole announces “Forest Hills Drive Tour,” Death Cab For Cutie premiere new track “No Room In Frame,” Starbucks will stop selling CDs for good and more on Last Lap.
T.I. is premiering the prohibition-inspired visuals for his Paperwork track “G’ Sh*t” featuring Young Jeezy and Watch the Duck tonight at 8 p.m. on Revolt TV. The premiere will take place as part of a 30-minute special, T.I.: From A G’s Perspective, and will include a 12-minute version of the “G” Sh*t music video, behind-the-scenes footage of its making, and an interview with T.I. conducted by The Breakfast Club radio host Angela Yee.
-By Frank Donovan
Die-hard fans claim that music has saved their lives in troubled times. While we’ve totally been there, today we’re taking it a step further with instances when musicians have literally saved lives or otherwise contributed more than their musical talents to the common good. Some are in the right place at the right time when disaster strikes. Others use their vast cultural influence to make a difference.