Kelly Rowland rose bright and early on Wednesday morning for a performance and interview on ‘Good Morning America.’ The Destiny’s Child diva, who’s new album Talk A Good Game is in stores now, took to the GMA stage to perform her Pharrell-produced “Street Life,” with a guest surprise from Pusha T.
Following her first televised performance of the bouncy single, Kelly treated the audience to a medley of her hits and DC classics.
Prior to the performance she sat down with Lara Spencer for a candid interview, and previewed clips from the anticipated “Dirty Laundry” video. Check out Kelly’s visit to GMA below:
Bruno Mars relived his performance at this years Billboard Music Awards of “Treasure,” on Tuesday night’s finale episode of NBC’s ‘The Voice.’
The Pop superstar and his band of Hooligans brought back the disco era stage and matching red suits for the retro inspired single.
Can’t get enough of these feel-good throwback performances. If you missed it live, watch below:
While in the UK recently, Ciara caught up with Tim Westwood for a new interview. The R&B vixen spoke about her single “Body Party,” working with Nicki Minaj, dancing, being in the UK & what the ‘Future’ holds!
As always Tim goes in, and makes for an awkward/comedic interview.
Ciara’s forthcoming self-titled album will hit stores on July 9. Check out the interview below:
Kelly Rowland stopped by Hot 97 on Tuesday in support of her new album Talk A Good Game, in stores now! Among common topics including the album and “Dirty Laundry,” Kelly spoke about forgiving her abusive ex, dating ‘regular’ guys, and she participated in an old school dance-off with K Foxx.
The R&B chanteuse also shared the top 3 reasons why fans should pick up her album.
Check out the clips below:
In celebration of Black History Month, Kevin McCall pays tribute to Bob Marley with a short remake of the music legends classic, “Redemption Song.” Check out the in-studio visual above.
Can’t lie, a new Marques Houston song is the last thing we expect in the email or look forward to. However, the singer/actor is shedding any doubt with his comeback single “Give Your Love A Try” featuring buzzing west coast rapper Problem.
Houston teased fans last fall with the falsetto driven record “Speechless,” but has mostly been on a hiatus from music. As his fans on social media urged him to return, the 31-year old headed back into the studio to work on his forthcoming album entitled Famous, now due out August 27.
Houston says he wants to give the fans what they have been asking for, but he also wants to make sure it’s an album people can listen to from beginning to end. “If I was going to make another album, I wanted it to be a classic,” said the singer.
The formula Houston is following in the studio is a fusion of the past and the present,delivering a Marvin Gaye-meets-D’Angelo vibe. “This album has more of a live feel to it that people will really enjoy,” says Houston.
Take a listen to his impressive new song below:
Raheem DeVaughn is fueling up and getting ready to take off as he prepares for the release of his forthcoming album ‘A Place Called Loveland.’ The R&B crooner has unveiled the cover art for his fourth studio album, which features a world of love and romantic objects.
The follow-up to 2010′s ‘The Love & War Masterpiece‘ has been led by vibrant first single “Love Connection,” which is currently #12 on the Urban AC radio charts. The album boasts collaborations with Ne-Yo (“Ridiculous”), Mario Winans (“Pink Velvet Crush”) and more. The LP will hit stores on August 20. Mark your calenders!
Grammy Award winning R&B songstress Algebra Blessett is planning for the release her long awaited sophomore album ‘Recovery‘ due later this year on eOne Music/Purpose Music Group/Slim Frances Music.
Today, she has debuted the first single, “Nobody But You,” produced by Shannon Sanders (India Arie and Anthony David). A feel good, mid-tempo ballad, which celebrates the joys of being a one-man woman.
Algebra’s follow-up to her 2008 debut album ‘Purpose,’ will feature additional production from Kwamé Holland, Bryan-Michael Cox and more.
The new single will be serviced to radio shortly, get your taste early below: