KeKe Palmer – You Got Me
The cutie patutie, KeKe Palmer premiered her new video on 106 and Park, and I have to admit I actually like this song… better than some of the songs that ladies that have out now that have been in the music industry for 10 plus years.
Meagan Good’s Group ‘HELLO Girls’
Am I the only one that didn’t know that Megan Good tapped into singing?? Well she has a girl group called Hello Girls, and they also stopped by 106 and Park to premier their new video feature Pooch Hall. OK, so I looked at the video, and I am just not sure about what is going on…AT ALL. Can someone help me with this one? Is this a joke? Are they seriously per suing a “singing” career? What is this? I mean don’t get me wrong, it is definitely a sight to see, but a sight that I am fine never seeing again in life. Check it out and tell me what you think.
Destiny’s Child Reunion?
Beyoncé, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams have been focused on their solo careers over the past few years, but fans will be able to catch some previously unheard material from the trio later this year.
Almost a decade after their last full-length studio effort, Destiny Fulfilled, Houston music mogul, and Beyoncé’s father, Mathew Knowles, said previously unreleased material from the group will appear on two compilation releases via his Music World Entertainment label.
Knowles spoke about the possibility of a reunion tour, emphasizing that a trek wouldn’t occur until the second release drops and if it fits in with each of the stars’ solo careers.
I will be patiently waiting on this to happen, although Im thinking it’s not likely.
Frank Ocean surprised the public last week when he revealed details of an intimate relationship with a man during his teen years, and his Def Jam debut Channel Orangefollowed soon after. The LP hit retailers one week earlier than expected, but Target won’t carry the album.
In the days since his revelation, Ocean has remained in the headlines thanks to a powerfulperformance on “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” and his equally impactful Channel Orangealbum, which has garnered near-universal acclaim from fans and critics alike. But Ocean’s decision to release the album on iTunes Monday — one week ahead of its July 17 street date — may have caused a momentary lapse in all the goodwill. Because in doing so, he’s run afoul of one of the nation’s largest music retailers: Target.
According to Ocean’s manager, Christian Clancy, the early release of Channel Orangemeans that Target will no longer stock the physical version of the album when it is released next Tuesday. Though, the way he sees it, that decision may also have something to do with his client’s recent revelation.
“Target has refused to carry Frank’s album because of iTunes exclusive,” Clancy wrote in a (since-deleted) tweet. “Interesting since they also donate to non-equal rights organizations.”
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