Rihanna covers the February 2010 issue of W Magazine and speaks candidly about all she’s gone through this year. She reveals how hard it was to remain silent while going through her issues with Chris Brown and states:
“Not talking was a big thing for me. I’m glad I didn’t talk to people, because I was able to deal with things in my own way, without saying the wrong things or giving people the wrong impression.”
In speaking on her Rated R project, Rihanna reveals how used her pen to express conflicting emotions about leaving the abusive situation with Chris Brown. She explains why it’s still hard to listen to her own cd today: Continue Reading…
Ciara’s got a hot new photoshoot in the 2010 issue of L’Officiel Magazine. In case you were wondering, L’Officiel is a premiere French magazine, said to target “upper-income, educated women ages 25 to 49. [In other words: Ciara’s killin you hoe’s… or so she thinks.]
Not only to you get photos, check out some new music from CiCi:
During the 2009 American Music Awards, Drake announced Mary J. Blige as “my mother’s favorite woman in the world.” I thought it was odd, considering he’d made an appearance on Mary’s hit single, “The One” but it probably wasn’t meant as a diss. Although it sounded like one.
I’m sure Mary’s new album cover isn’t meant as a diss either, it’s just plain ole Mary but she appears older, wiser and umm… yeah, Stronger.
Amerie’s fourth studio album is entitled In Love & War and above is the official album cover. In explaining the concept of her new album, Amerie states:
“My first album was very hip-hop/R&B,” the 29-year-old year old singer has said. “My second album had more up-tempo songs on there as well as being hip-hop/Soul. My third album was very hip-hop/soul/80’snew wave, which a lot of people loved. And this one is hip-hop/soul/rock!”
Check out the video for Amerie’s first single from the new project, “Heard Em All” + listen/download the remix to “Heard Em All” which features Lil Wayne: Continue Reading…