Robin Thicke plans to honor his father, actor Alan Thicke at the upcoming National Hockey League 100 Gala. Alan passed away December 13, 2016 due to a heart attack while playing hockey.
Alicia Keys is featured on the cover of the latest edition of Allure. In the adjoin interview Keys opens up on her powerful decision to forgo wearing makeup all the time and her ongoing effort to encourage women to find beauty in their natural look.
2 Chainz hops in the way back machine for his new video for "Good Drank," which appeared last October on his Hibachi for Lunch mixtape.
The new black and white clip, directed by Howard Ross, also features Gucci Mane and Quavo. The only items that appear in color are the trio's purple drinks.
Kendrick Lamar was among the hip hop stars who made an appearance at the second annual A$AP Yams memorial concert, Yams Day, which took place at the Theater at Madison Square Garden on January 18. Yams passed away back in 2015 from an accidental overdose.
Drake and Jennifer Lopez have finally confirmed some big news—they have worked on a track together. Word of a possible collaboration between them has been circulating for months, however, and some reports even suggest the collaboration is what may have sparked the flame between them.
Beyoncé showed solidarity with Chime for Change by posting on Facebook. The Women's March on Washington got support from the singer when she wrote, "Together with Chime for Change, we raise our voices as mothers, artists, and as activists."
Janelle Monae has reportedly signed on to appear as a headlining performer at the upcoming Women's March on Washington. Organizers of the event announced the slate of performers that will appear on January 18. The list now includes Maxwell, Mary Chapin Carpenter, the Indigo Girls, MC Lyte, Samantha Ronson, Toshi Reagon and Emily Wells.
T.I. has sounded off against both Kanye West and Steve Harvey for taking meetings with President Elect Donald Trump. In a series of posts to Instagram, Tip blasted the pair for playing into the greater plan of the President Elect, whom he believes is attempting sway the media for his own interest.
Director Spike Lee has decided to pull the Chrisette Michele song "Black Magic" from his upcoming Netflix series She's Gotta Have It due to her performance at President Elect Donald Trump's inauguration.
Lee made the announcement in an Instagram post, saying, "I Wuz Thinkin' 'bout Using Chrisette's Song- BLACK GIRL MAGIC In My Netflix Series SHE'S GOTTA HAVE IT…. NOT ANYMORE."
Ariana Grande is under fire for an Instagram post in which she called herself the "hardest working 23-year-old human being on Earth." The post also featured a photo of her showcasing her bare shoulders while wearing a puffy jacket outside. "When you're cute but you're also the hardest working 23 year old human being on earth #cute #butalso #CEO #unf--kwitable #haventsleptinyears."
Charlie Sheen appears ready to bury the hatchet with Rihanna, inviting her to have a drink with him.
According to Sheen, the feud between he and Rihanna began back in May 2014, when she apparently turned down his request to introduce his then-fiancée to her at a restaurant where they were having dinner.
John Legend has signed on as one of the performers at the upcoming Grammys. This year's event, the 59th, will take place on Feb. 12 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
Also slated to perform at the award show this year are Metallica, Carrie Underwood and Keith Urban.
2 Chainz has revealed some new details for his forthcoming new release Pretty Girls Like Trap Music. In a series of posts to Instagram, Tity Boi revealed both that the release is set to drop on April 7 and also that it will likely include a feature by Drake. In one of the images Chainz is seen at work in the studio with his entourage.
Solange opened up about her track "Cranes in the Sky" during her recent appearance on the podcast Song Exploder. The podcast finds artists opening about the creative process behind their most popular tracks and picks out isolated instruments and vocal tracks for the listener.
Jennifer Hudson will be one of this year's Oscar Nominee announcers. On January 13, the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences revealed Hudson would be among those who announce the nominees in 24 categories.