After teasing fans for quite some time, Jennifer Lopez finally delivers the goods with the steamy music video for her “Booty (Remix)” featuring Iggy Azalea.
The Pop icon and Aussie femcee flaunt their famous assets and gets touchy feely with each other in the Hype Williams-directed clip.
“It’s very editorial and classy and high energy and booty-ful,” J.Lo told “E! News.”
“Booty” is the latest single off J.Lo’s album A.K.A., which was released in June.
See all the booty action below:
K. Michelle got to meet one of her biggest inspirations this week during her visit to ‘The Breakfast Club’ on Power 105. The R&B songstress has plenty of her own fans, but she returned right back to a fan herself when she saw Mary J. Blige, who happened to be visiting the station at the same time.
The “Love ‘Em All” singer professed her love to the Queen of Hip-Hop Soul. “Hi Mary,” said a nervous K. “I’m K. Michelle and I really love you. I really, really, really love you, and I thank you.”
“You made me want to be a singer. I thank you for everything. You are absolutely amazing,” she said with tears in her eyes.
The ladies gave each other a big hug and Mary told her, “You have an amazing voice.”
K continued praising her. “I one day hope to have half the career that you have,” she said. “You have touched so many people and to stand here with you today, that is unreal, and I just want to say thank you…and I’ma keep stalking you.”
Watch the emotional moment below:
Jeremih has found big chart success once again with his club single “Don’t Tell ‘Em,” but the Chicago native is already readying his follow-up. Today, the R&B singer/songwriter has revealed he will take flight with J. Cole on “Planes.”
The single is set to hit iTunes on September 30 in advance of the release of his third album Late Nights, which is due out October 7. Earlier this year, he performed “Planes” with Chance the Rapper at a secret show in Chicago.
“I got you in the air / Your body in the air / How it feel up there?” he sings on the bass-heavy track, which he previewed on Instagram.
Jeremih recently revealed that Late Nights will also feature Trey Songz, Fabolous, Ty Dolla $ign, Juicy J, Flo Rida, and of course YG, who appears on “Don’t Tell ‘Em.” The DJ Mustard-produced hit rises 13-12 on the Billboard Hot 100 this week, his biggest hit since 2009′s “Birthday Sex.”
Preview his upcoming single below:
The controversial biopic on the life and career of Aaliyah is coming to Lifetime much sooner than we expected. The network has announced the made-for-tv movie will premiere on Saturday, November 15.
The infamous K. Michelle that everyone seems to love to hate is back!! Fresh off the release of her brand new single “Love ‘Em All,” the R&B songstress returned to “The Breakfast Club” on Thursday morning for a new interview. While sipping a mimosa and admitting to being on an edible, the unfiltered star got into all the gossip, rumors, hating artists, boyfriends and much more.
Jennifer Hudson helped close out season 9 of “America’s Got Talent” on Wednesday night.
The multi award winning diva brought down the house with a dazzling performance of her R. Kelly-assisted single “It’s Your World” off her new album JHUD, due out September 23. She then joined contestant Quintavious Johnson for a duet of “And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going,” which brought the crowd to its feet.
While he didn’t win the competition, JHUD still praised the 12-year-old. “Quintavious is amazing ! That child can sing!!! That’s right baby, bring back the music! So proud of u!” she tweeted.
Watch her soaring performance below:
Goapele had us all jammin along with her groovy comeback “Hey Boy,” which she released early summer as the first single off her upcoming album Strong As Glass.
With the album due out October 21, the Bay Area singer turns up the heat with the official remix featuring none other than Snoop Dogg.
The rap icon adds his signature tone to the already classic vibe with a slick verse and back and forth on the catchy chorus.
Take a listen below!
One thing that’s for sure, is the fact that ’90s R&B groups came out the gate debuting classics.
702, named after the area code of their hometown of Las Vegas, Nevada, was a platinum-selling R&B trio.
“Steelo” was the first single off their 1996 debut album No Doubt. The song, which features Missy Elliott, was premiered on August 27, 1996. The single peaked at No. 25 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and reached No. 12 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles chart. By February 1997 it was certified gold in sales by the RIAA. The group also rerecorded the record with altered lyrics for the Nickelodeon show Cousin Skeeter.
The song contains a sample of The Police’s “Voices Inside My Head.” Enjoy the classic above!