Archive for January 4th, 2011
Coming off the release of one of the best albums of 2008 singer/songwriter/producer Raphael Saadiq is gearing up to release his new album Stone Rollin’ this year. The soulful crooner continues with a classic, old school sound on the first single “Radio”. The 60′s style record is an uptempo, string and drum based track, which will be officially released to digital stores January 11th. Check it out now! What do you think?
We posted pics from the crazy NYE 2011 party, here is some official footage.
Trey Songz had the ladies excited the whole night with his presence and performance at South Beaches premiere upscale urban event, the 400 Fridays at LUX. Belvedere sponsored the New Years Eve party for the 400 and the event went til 6am. Take a unique look at what took place on this night.
Latina magazine takes you behind-the-scenes of their cover story photoshoot with Christina Milian. Check it out as the star talks about her new confidence, being a Mom and more.
In our exclusive interview, R&B singer Bobby V., who is destined to become a household name in 2011, talks about a myriad of topics related to his new album. He says he is done with simple party songs and that he wants people to know who he is on his new album, Fly on the Wall. Bobby compares Fly on the Wall to the film The Five Heartbeats, but he also says that he feels like a new artist, since he hasn’t broken through like he should have yet. Maybe 2011 will be the year of the V!
Bossip takes us behind-the-scenes of the upcoming, new video for Marsha Ambrosius’s single “Far Away”. Check it out. Follow the jump for an interview she did with SermonsDomain, where she talks about her album’s delay, why she chose Fabolous and Maino for “Hope She Cheats (Remix),” how the album has changed since 2009, what has been her favorite late night that turned into an early morning and more.
UK singer/songwriter/producer Taio Cruz embodies a UK legend on his cover of “Imagine”. Taking the timeless John Lennon classic, Taio keeps it true to form for his cover, adding only his own vocal stylings for his modern version. He premiered the rendition in Times Square on NYE. “I tried not to mess with it too much because it’s such a classic song and so many people love it,” said Taio. “I didn’t want to make a dance version or a crazy up-tempo remix-sounding thing that people would absolutely kill me for.” Check it out now! Get it on iTunes Here.