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2016 VMA nominations:
Video of the Year
Drake, “Hotline Bling”
Justin Bieber, “Sorry”
Kanye West, “Famous” Continue reading
Toni Braxton surprised her sisters on Thursday’s episode of “Braxton Family Values”, when she brought Birdman out on stage during her concert in Atlanta. This little incident appeared to confirm they were dating, but we had no idea of the events later that evening when she got the third degree from her sisters. Continue reading
Keshia Knight Pulliam is clapping back at Ed Hartwell’s suggestion she was the one who stepped outside the marriage, insisting he cheated and she gave him another shot. The former “Cosby Show” actress admits she was blindsided by his divorce filing after only seven months of marriage. Continue reading
It was revealed earlier this month that Erykah Badu and Nas were collaborating on the soundtrack for the film, “The Land.” The sad yet beautiful song, “This Bitter Land” premiered today, ahead of the movie and soundtrack release on Friday.
In the song, Nas begins with “Running on the concrete, across the train tracks / The devil is behind me, and the ghetto’s where you’ll find me / It’s where I stays at” and addresses police brutality. He then tells those making the decisions that are negatively impacting him and his community, “stop riding me, stop driving us into a suicidal ideology.” Badu sings as violins play.
“The Land” is an independent film about skateboarder kids in Cleveland. Erykah Badu stars in the movie and Nas is one of the executive producers. Other stars include Michael K. Williams (“The Wire,” “Boardwalk Empire”), and rapper Machine Gun Kelly. It’s directed by Steven Caple Jr. and executive produced by Nas. The film premiered earlier this year at the Sundance Music Festival.
The soundtrack will also feature French Montana’s collaboration with Nas and Kanye West, “Figure It Out,” as well as new tracks from Pusha T, Jeremih, and Nosaj Thing.
The Land Soundtrack tracklist
1. “Intro” — Nosaj Thing
2. “Paid” — Pusha T & Jeremih
3. “Dopeman” — Machine Gun Kelly
4. “Figure It Out” — French Montana Feat. Kanye West & Nas
5. “Goodbye” — Ezzy
6. “Cisco’s Theme” — Fashawn
7. “Frequency High” — Stalley
8. “Angels” — Nosaj Thing
9. “Never Been Told” — Ezzy Feat. Machine Gun Kelly
10. “BAG” — Dave East
11. “Looking for Something” — Jerreau
12. “Fantasy” — Alina Baraz & Galimatias
13. “This Bitter Land” — Nas & Erykah Badu
14. “Outro” — Nosaj Thing
Monica and Shannon Brown’s marriage has been in the public eye this year due to rumors months ago that Brown was cheating on the singer. The couple were then hit with a woman named Tammy claiming to have a secret child with Shannon. Monica took to Instagram to put the rumor on blast. Continue reading
Hundreds of people gathered together at the House of Hope church in Georgia on Tuesday for a town hall discussion on the killings of black people at the hands of police officers. The meeting got a little heated during a disagreement between Lyfe Jennings and David Banner, with Tyrese stepping in to calm the situation down. Continue reading
There were rumors Blac Chyna was expecting twins at the time she announced her pregnancy. Now, new reports appear to confirm that Blac and Rob Kardashian are actually having two bundles of joy. Continue reading
Now we all know that the cast of “Love and Hip Hop Atlanta” are doing any and everything to secure their spots for next season. Come on you have heard the rumors that they ALL were fired, but would that really make sense? Could they perhaps find a new cast to give us that chemistry that we tuned in for in season one? Or will they just cancel the franchise in its entirety and focus solely on New York, Los Angeles and the others ones they have in the works. Continue reading
Last week, Wendy Williams called HBCUs and the NAACP racist during a “Hot Topic” segment of her talk show. Her comments did not go over well with the audience nor journalist Roland S. Martin, who called her out on News One. He appeared on Wendy’s show to school her! Continue reading