Contemporary soul legend Musiq Soulchild released his 6th studio album MusiqInTheMagiq today! We caught up with the soul-man himself for a personal interview, and just for all you true fans we wanted to give something back and offer a limited edition gift. We asked Musiq to sign some official copies of the album to give-a-way to the first fans that can correctly answer the question below.
Archive for May 3rd, 2011
Kelly Price’s brand new album Kelly hit stores today (May 3). The R&B powerhouse started her day and many New Yorkers days with a performance of her hit single “Not My Daddy” on Fox’s ‘Good Day NY’.
I know we posted 2 previous visuals and photos from behind-the-scenes of K. Michelle’s video shoot for “How Many Times,” but this new footage is the best. The video looks like it will be great, and if any of you are still sleeping on K, you are buggin. Check this out and stay tuned!
Today, marked the commencement of Michelle Obama and the National Association of Broadcasters “Let’s Move! Flash Workout” campaign. Which organized over 600 schools nationwide to perform a dance by Beyonce from her new video for “Move Your Body,” created to encourage kids to get up and get moving. All the performances took place at 1:42 pm. First Lady Michelle Obama stopped by Alice Deal Middle School in Washington, DC, while Beyonce stormed into Harlem’s PS 161 middle school to surprise the student body.
Check out photos and video below of Bey teaching the PS 161 kids the new moves.
Adele is basically ruling the game with her latest album 21. The soulful chanteuse gave another powerful performance of her hit single “Rolling In The Deep”. This time on her home soil at the Jools Holland show. Enjoy!
Hitmaker Rico Love steps out from behind the boards and releases the scintillating “Wanna Hear U Say,” a soothing R&B jam. The “Motivation” songwriter hasn’t released any solo material since 2005 and this marks his first foray into singing R&B. It is slated to appear on his 8-song album 42nd Street.
“I was riding on an airplane on my way to New York and I thought, Damn, I really want the world to hear this stuff,” he tells Rap-Up.com. “So when I landed I made the decision that I was gonna release an 8-song LP called 42nd Street just for my fans and music lovers.” Rico maintains that he is not trying to push himself as an artist, but wants to get people’s feedback.
Shout to Rap-Up.