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“Brat Loves Judy” Exclusive: Da Brat Takes Her Boo On A Surprise Date But Will Their Chauffeur Drive Them Crazy?

On the season finale of "Brat Loves Judy," Da Brat takes Judy on a date to show her love and commitment but does she go too far?
Tags: Reality TV, TV, News, Gay, Beauty, Musicians, Jazz, Hair, Arts & Entertainment, Celebrity News, Judy, Date Night, Da Brat, For Your Viewing Pleasure, Bossip Exclusives, Coupled Up

“Dear White People” Exclusive: Antoinette Robertson, Brandon Bell And Deron Horton Talk “Musical” Final Season [VIDEO]

BOSSIP's Sr. Content Director Janeé Bolden spoke with "Dear White People" series regulars Brandon Bell (Troy Fairbanks), DeRon Horton (Lionel Higgins) and Antoinette Robertson (Colandrea "Coco" Conners) about the show's final season. The plot in the final season revolves around a student musical which uses popular songs from the 90's and required the actors to dance and sing through most of the episodes. The exception is Robertson's character, Coco, who is away filming a reality series "The Big ...
Tags: Coco, TV, News, Actors, Newsletter, Musicians, Jazz, Musical, Arts & Entertainment, Celebrity News, Robertson, For Your Viewing Pleasure, Bossip Exclusives, Dear White People, Janeé Bolden, DeRon Horton

Diddy Dastardly Downplays Jermaine Dupri In Fake Verzuz Battle On Fat Joe’s IG Live: ‘I’m The Greatest’

Like the true Libra he is, Jermaine played it cool and let Diddy get everything out his system but he didn't remain humble for too long.
Tags: Update, Hip-hop, Musicians, Jazz, Diddy, Snoop Dogg, Celebrity News, Jermaine Dupri, Jermaine, Fat Joe, For Your Information, Hip-Hop Beef, Hip Hop News, Celebrity Gossip, Verzuz, IG Live

“We Got Love” Finale Sneak Peek: Teyana Makes “Maxim” History And Iman Pops The Question… Again! [VIDEO]

In the sneak peek clips from the finale of "We Got Love Teyana & Iman" we get a look at Teyana's "Maxim" Sexiest Woman Alive cover shoot, Iman's super sweet promposal and the boughetto prom of Teyana's dreams.
Tags: Reality TV, TV, News, Actors, Newsletter, Musicians, Jazz, Arts & Entertainment, Athletes, Celebrity News, Iman, Iman Shumpert, Teyana Taylor, Multi, For Your Viewing Pleasure, Hollyweird

“Brat Loves Judy” Exclusive: Deb Antney Checks Da Brat For Cold Feet After Delaying Her Wedding Date [VIDEO]

On Thursday night's episode of "Brat Loves Judy," Deb Antney questions Da Brat about why she's pushing back her wedding date with Judy, asking whether she has cold feet. Da Brat says she's never had cold feet and would have wed Judy yesterday but she's trying to protect her from her own legal woes.
Tags: Reality TV, TV, Musicians, Weddings, Jazz, Public Figures, Celebrity News, Judy, Da Brat, ChitChatter, For Your Viewing Pleasure, Bossip Exclusives, Matrimony-dom, Coupled Up, Deb Antney, reality TV stars

Boo’ed Up Bey Bey And Her Roc-A-Fella Celebrate Nearly 20 Years Together In Newly Unveiled Tiffany & Co Ad

Beyoncé posted several ads and a campaign image from her and her husband Jay-Z's partnership with Tiffany & Co. In one ad the couple banters by the piano, Jean-Michel Basquiat's painting is in the background. They discuss how they've been together for 20 years. Blue Ivy makes a quick cameo wearing a hoodie and mask.
Tags: Music, Beyonce, News, Jay-z, Newsletter, Diamond, Musicians, Jazz, Advertisements, Arts & Entertainment, Celebrity News, Tiffany, Tiffany & Co, Blue Ivy, For Your Viewing Pleasure, Matrimony-dom

Don’t Tell Scott: MILFy Mommies Kourtney Kardashian And Megan Fox Introduce Their “Future Baby Daddies” Travis Barker And MGK At VMA’s

Megan Fox and Kourtney Kardashian created a huge stir after they introduced their boyfriends Machine Gun Kelly and Travis Barker at the 2021 MTV VMAs. The pair performed Kelly's song "papercuts" which features Barker on drums on the studio version as well.
Tags: Family, Music, TV, News, Parenting, Newsletter, Models, Musicians, Jazz, Public Figures, VMA, Kourtney Kardashian, Arts & Entertainment, Special Events, Celebrity News, Kelly

Haters So Mad! Lawd, #Have Mercy! Chlöe Claps Back At Complaints About Her Booty-Beholding Solo Debut

Chlöe Bailey claps back at criticism about "showing too much skin" in the video for her solo debut single "Have Mercy."
Tags: Music, News, Instagram, Musicians, Jazz, Arts & Entertainment, Celebrity News, SMH, For Your Information, New Video, For Your Viewing Pleasure, For Discussion, Black Girl Magic, Chlöe Bailey, Recording Artists, Hate It or Love It

Teyana Taylor’s Streetwear-Inspired Pretty Little Thing Collection Is Out Now!

250 guests gathered at Gotham Hall in New York city on on September 9th, 2021 to witness Teyana unveil her second collection with PLT.
Tags: Fashion, New York, Style, Culture, Models, Musicians, Jazz, Celebrity News, Teyana Taylor, Gotham Hall, NYFW, Black Girl Magic, BlackGirlMagic, Teyana, Style & Fashion, PrettyLittleThing Teyana Taylor

“Brat Loves Judy” Exclusive: Love Has Da Brat Hustling HARDER To Get Out Of Bankruptcy! [VIDEO]

Da Brat has a blunt conversation with Jermaine Dupri about how she's urgently trying to resolve her bankruptcy to avoid her issues causing problems for her wife-to-be, Judy aka Jesseca Dupart.
Tags: Video, Reality TV, TV, Television, News, Gay, Musicians, Jazz, Public Figures, Arts & Entertainment, Celebrity News, Judy, Jermaine Dupri, Da Brat, For Your Information, For Your Viewing Pleasure

40th Birthday Bey: Here’s How Poised, Polished, Perfectionist Beyoncé Encompasses All Things Virgo

Beyonce embodies all the quintessential Virgo traits from her relentless work ethic and determination to her insurmountable creativity and humble stature.
Tags: Beyonce, Musicians, Jazz, Happy Birthday, Arts & Entertainment, Celebrity News, Celebrity Interviews, Bey, Beyonce 40th Birthday, Beyonce Iconic Moments, Beyonce Virgo Moments, Beyoncé's 40th Birthday

Is Kim Kardashian West Konsidering ReKonciling With KanYe West Amid ‘DONDA’ Video Drop AND A Cheating Admission?!

Kim Kardashian West is reportedly currently in a good place with Kanye West, who is rumored to be hoping his estranged wife will take him back. Kim is said to be in no rush to finalize the divorce and wants to enjoy their time as a family unit.
Tags: Kim Kardashian, News, Newsletter, Kanye West, Musicians, Jazz, Kim, Celebrity News, Kim Kardashian West, Divorces, For Your Information, Matrimony-dom, Celebrity Seeds, Coupled Up, Celebrity Gossip, reality TV stars

Listening as a way to manage stage fright

It is as important for music teachers to listen to what music students and performers say as to the music they play. The incident I am about to describe further opened my eyes and ears.I always was interested in how to get help for my performance anxiety which, unfortunately, was not available when I was a music student at Juilliard. No one talked about it. It was too shameful to admit you were nervous, and typical advice was to practice more, believe in yourself, and/or don’t worry.I taught pia...
Tags: Books, Music, Featured, Musicians, Performance Anxiety, University Of Michigan, Juilliard, Northern Michigan, Arts & Humanities, Theatre & Dance, Stage Fright, Managing Stage Fright, Performers

The Happenstance at the House on the Hill

During the grind of lockdown, musicians exchanged notes on modes of creating through the barrier The post The Happenstance at the House on the Hill appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Music, Technology, House, Collaboration, Musicians, Friday, Sound, Hill, Live-streaming, Lockdown, Top Six, Happenstance, Shane Cooper, COVID-19, Centre for the Less Good Idea, In Concert @ House on the Hill

The Portfolio: Siphiwe Mhlambi on Jonas Gwanga, ‘a proper human being’

Siphiwe Mhlambi spent several years photographing his friend Jonas Gwangwa as he performed. Mhlambi spoke to the Mail & Guardian about their relationship The post The Portfolio: Siphiwe Mhlambi on Jonas Gwanga, ‘a proper human being’ appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Photography, Music, Friendship, Nelson Mandela, Musicians, Jazz, Friday, Tribute, Grammy Awards, Portfolio, Quincy Jones, Hugh Masekela, Dizzy Gillespie, Abdullah Ibrahim, Mail Guardian, Sandile Memela

Nompumelelo Ebronah Moholo: The first lady of jazz

Mpumie Moholo (1947-2021), who passed this week, was the engine driving the success of her husband, jazz drummer Louis Moholo-Moholo The post Nompumelelo Ebronah Moholo: The first lady of jazz appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Music, Marriage, Musicians, Jazz, Obituary, Friday, Tribute, Partnership, Apartheid, Drums, Louis Moholo Moholo, Mpumie Moholo, Nation Mtwana, Nompumelelo Ebronah Moholo

What is Bandcamp? What to know about the music platform for new artists and listeners

The BandCamp app, displayed on an Android phone. Guillaume Payen/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images Bandcamp is an online music service that helps musicians post music, earn new fans, and be paid fairly for their work. The site is also great for listeners, who can find new music and artists outside of the mainstream, and offer them critical support. Although Bandcamp is free, there's also a Pro membership for artists that includes new features, including more pricing options and adva...
Tags: Google, Spotify, Music, Trends, Pandora, Artists, Music Streaming, Musicians, Bandcamp, Tech Insider, Pandora Premium, BI-freelancer, Tech Reference, Software & Apps (Reference, Tech How To, William Antonelli

Street musician Cam Cole moved his shows to his van

Cam Cole is well known for playing at protests and political events, but like many buskers and street performers, he's had to adapt in the pandemic. Now he's doing concerts out of his van, and they are really great. Here's a really crunchy cover of California Dreaming, the song that inspired him to live in a van. — Read the rest
Tags: Video, Music, News, California, Musicians, Busking, Cam Cole

Facebook’s new Collab music app is a fun way to play with others

Enjoy other people's musical efforts, or join in yourself, with Facebook's clever Collab app for iPhone and iPad.
Tags: Mobile, Facebook, Music, News, Trends, Musicians, Collab, Facebook Collab, Breaking Twitter

Spotify will promote artists' songs to more users if they agree to lower royalty payments

After releasing "Folklore," Taylor Swift became the most streamed artist on Spotify on any day this year Roy Rochlin/FilmMagic As part of an upcoming trial, artists will be able to promote their songs on Spotify to more listeners, but they must agree to a lower royalty rate. Artists can select tracks that Spotify will favor when recommending new music to users. But Spotify won't guarantee that artists' tracks will be added to playlists, and said it would only recommend music it thinks list...
Tags: Spotify, Music, Trends, Music Streaming, Musicians, Tech Insider, Verge Spotify, Roy Rochlin, Spotify Radio, Grace Dean, Music streaming app, Folklore Taylor Swift

Covid-19 Delays Popoular Music Fesitival

MusicWatch - #1 Internet Music Media SiteThe Coachella and Stagecoach 2020 music festival, scheduled to take place in October of 2020, has been cancelled to due to the safety concerns over the Coronavirus pandemic regarding the well-being of music fans and festival workers. The new tentative dates added are April 9 – 11, 2021, April 16 – 18, 2021, and Stagecoach for  April 23 – 25, 2021. Top music acts scheduled are "Travis Scott, Rage Against The Machine, Frank Ocean, Megan Thee Stallion, Thom ...
Tags: Music, Musicians, Live Music, Coachella, Stagecoach, Unknown, Concerts, Lana Del Ray, Thom Yorke Dababy

Mary J. Blige Enters Oscars Race for Original Song (EXCLUSIVE)

At the 2018 Oscars, Mary J. Blige made history with “Mudbound” — by becoming the first Black woman to earn multiple Oscar nominations in the same year (for best supporting actress and original song). Now, she’ll be back in the Oscar race for her new song. Variety has learned the Grammy-winning singer’s latest “See What […]
Tags: Music, News, Awards, Musicians, Oscars, Mary J. Blige, Best Original Song, Belly of the Beast

Listen to "Songs About Comic Books & Mid-30s Malaise," the new album from the Roland High Life

When I'm not writing things here on BoingBoing and elsewhere, I also sing and play guitar for an indie rock called the Roland High Life. And today, we have a new album out called "Songs About Comic Books & Mid-30s Malaise!" The subject matter is precisely as you would expect it to be. You can hear it now on Spotify, Bandcamp, iTunes / Apple Music, Google Play, Amazon Music, plus a bunch of music streaming services I haven't even heard of like Deezer and ClaroMusica and Saavn and Anghami and K...
Tags: Post, Music, News, Comic Books, Mental Health, Depression, Musicians, Saavn, Deezer, Songwriting, Scarlet, Shure, Audio Engineering, Anghami, Singer/songwriter, Focusrite Scarlett

Nile Rodgers tells of transforming Bowie's "Let's Dance" from folky to beyond funky

Legendary guitarist, producer, and composer Nile Rodgers—co-founder of Chic—tells the story of transforming David Bowie's "Let's Dance" from its original "folky" vibe into the post-funk masterpiece we know and love. (via Kottke)
Tags: Video, Music, News, David Bowie, Musicians, Nile Rodgers, Bowie, The Serious Moonlight

Astounding acoustic guitar cover of Led Zeppelin's "Whole lotta love"

To paraphrase one YouTube commenter, innovative acoustic guitar maestro Luca Stricagnoli is the only guy permitted to play a Zeppelin song at Guitar Center. Don't miss his manipulation of the tuning pegs during the song.
Tags: Post, Video, Music, News, Musicians, Guitars, Don, Zeppelin, Guitarists, Luca Stricagnoli, baby I'm not fooling

Facebook launches Collab, a mix-and-match app for making collaborative music videos

Facebook’s internal R&D group, NPE Team, is rolling out yet another new app today called Collab after having just launched a new group audio calling app, CatchUp, on Tuesday. With Collab, the focus has now returned to video, and specifically, the concept of watching, mixing, and matching original videos together, beginning with music. In Collab, creators can either record their own musical arrangement or swipe to discover arrangements to build a composition, or a “collab.” While there are some e...
Tags: Travel, Social, Facebook, Apps, Spotify, Video, Music, Digital, Social Media, Ios Apps, Collaboration, Musicians, Collab, NPE Team, Instagram Facebook Stories, TikTok Dubsmash Triller

This Phoebe Bridgers profile is a fascinating look at journalism in the time of coronavius

The New Yorker has a great new profile on singer-songwriter / human treasure Phoebe Bridgers, whose new album, Punisher, will be released on June 19. Any interview with Bridgers is a delight, even if you're not a fan of her work. But what really makes this article stick out is its relationship to coronavirus quarantine. Author Amanda Petrusich initially follows the standard form for one of these type of marquee-musician magazine profiles — embedding herself in the subject's life over the course ...
Tags: Post, Music, News, Los Angeles, Musicians, Profiles, Facetime, New Yorker, Phoebe Bridgers, Quarantine, Amanda Petrusich, Singer/songwriter, Bridgers, Petrusich, Rock Journalism, Better Oblivion Community Center

Watch The Americans play Tom Waits together, apart

Faced with forced isolation, creative musicians are pushing the limits of telepresence tech to play together, apart. In the video above, my favorite roots rockers The Americans cover Tom Waits' "Hold On" from three different locations connected only by iPhone. The result is magnificent. Below, The Americans' soulful take on Guitar Slim's 1954 breakthrough R&B hit "The Things I Used To Do." See more clips on their Facebook page.
Tags: Post, Music, News, Tom Waits, Creativity, Musicians, Telepresence, Tom

Opera Singer Plácido Domingo Hospitalized with Coronavirus

Spanish opera singer Plácido Domingo has been hospitalized in Acapulco, Mexico, for coronavirus. “He is doing well and is responding to treatment,” Domingo’s spokesperson told CNN on Sunday. On March 22, the 79-year-old Domingo revealed via his Facebook page that he had tested positive for COVID-19. “I beg everyone to be extremely careful, follow the basic […]
Tags: Health, Facebook, Music, News, Global, Cnn, Musicians, Placido Domingo, Domingo, Acapulco Mexico, Coronavirus, Plácido Domingo Hospitalized

BandPay’s app ensures creators see collaborations through, just received $2 million investment

BandPay keeps both sides of a collaborators sweet by making sure its completed then sending all the agreed upon cash. A new app is helping creators trust each other when they’re both working on a project. BandPay lets its users set out their arrangement which they will then work towards and once completed, the app will pay out the agreed upon price – everyone’s happy and no-one gets mugged off. BandPay has now received $2 million in investment to launch their app on iOS and Android. Th...
Tags: Deals, Music, Investment, App, Creators, Artists, Collaboration, Musicians, Payments, Agreement, Artist / Label News, Producers, Producer, Collabs, Collab, DeCarlos Garrison

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