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The 'Fallin'' singer pairs up with the Young Money first lady in the inferno remix and sings solo in another version.
The singer/songwriter is building much anticipation for her performance at the 29th annual MTV Video Music Awards by releasing a preview of her latest track, 'Girl on Fire'.
The 'No One' hitmaker opts for a simple, yet elegant artwork and sets November 27 as a release date for the new album.
The upcoming album is about 'stripping away all the bad energy in your life and taking full control of the reigns and how you want to live.'
The three music giants sing and rap about triumph and the start of a 'New Day' in this epic track from 'Street King Immortal'.
The the drum-heavy single is the first official offering from her upcoming fifth installment, which will reflect the empowerment and freedom she has experienced.
In addition to making a duet of 'Higher Ground' and 'Overjoyed', the 'No One' hitmaker presents the music veteran with Billboard Music Icon Award.
Alicia will present Stevie with Icon Award and joins him for a live performance at the MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas.
The 'If I Ain't Got You' crooner couldn't hide her excitement when congratulating her former backing vocalist on the phone, making him 'feel like a million bucks.'
In the second half of the funeral, Stevie, R. Kelly and CeCe Winans sang for Whitney while Patricia Houston, Dionne Warwick and Ricky Minor shared a few words.
The actor who starred along Whitney in 1992 film 'The Bodyguard' gave a heartfelt tribute that ended with a standing ovation.
Words are, the other stars who will pay tribute to the 'Bodyguard' songstress by singing include R. Kelly and Donnie McClurkin.
In addition to the full 'G.I. Joe 2' ad, a teaser for 'The Dictator' Super Bowl commercial has also been unleashed, featuring Sacha Baron Cohen gushing about buying NBC.
The daughter of Joan Rivers defends her decision to date the Vivid Entertainment head following a split from Jason Zimmerman by insisting, 'It's a very different thing.'
The Sebastian Shaw of 'X-Men: First Class' is set to portray an FBI agent, who is going after a diabolical serial killer who uses technology to create a cult of serial killers.