After getting a Disclosure remix on his R&B summer single “Good Kisser,” Usher is back with a new track featuring the woman having perhaps her all-time greatest year, Nicki Minaj.
Ladies and gentlemen, the numbers are in. Topping the charts in this mid-year music report is (surprise, surprise) Pharrell Williams’ “Happy”, which has reached half the world’s population in merely six months with 571,000 plays on terrestrial radio.
Watch Nicki Minaj, Iggy Azalea, Pharrell, Robin Thicke, Chris Brown, Jay Z & Beyoncé Perform at the BET Awards
Sure, they handed out awards last night (June 30) at the BET Awards, but what we’re all really going to be talking about is the performances. And boy, were there some doozies.
Pharrell Williams raised a few eyebrows over his statements about race in a recent interview with Oprah Winfrey, particularly his use of a term “the new black” — and a prominent professor at Howard University isn’t really buying it.
Last night on MTV, Sheeran showed he wasn’t afraid to try his hand at some of the more well known hip-hop tracks from DJ Khaled, R. Kelly and Jay Z.
We love summer–and so does pretty much every single pop star. Summer is sexy; there’s bikinis, beach side bronzing, pool parties, and lots of clothing optional fun. Summer is sultry; everyone is feeling hot and looking for a good time. Summer is sublime; the sun doesn’t go down until, like, 8pm and you can get up to a lot of fun/bad things. That’s the premise of most of these sexy summer-themed videos. Fun, bad things in the sun! Let us know if we missed out on your favorite summer themed video!
Disclosure, meet Pharrell Williams.
Some fans are not too happy with Pharrell over his recent choice of headwear.
Performance announcements for the BET awards have started to hit the net, and among those performers are Pharrell, Usher, Drake and Lil Wayne. In addition, Lifetime Achievement Award honorees Jennifer Hudson, Trey Songz and Lionel […]
For more than a decade, songs produced by Pharrell Williams (as well as by The Neptunes, the duo of Williams and Chad Hugo) have had one thing in common: they’re hits.