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The 'Empire State of Mind' hitmaker is set to hold an interactive concert which will stream live from Austin City Limits on YouTube.
The single is Rita's first offering from her upcoming album which she works on with will.i.am, Drake and The-Dream among others.
The 'Party Up (Up in Here)' hitmaker hates everything about Drizzy, criticizes Rozay for talking about 'eating and girlfriends too much,' and accuses Jigga of blocking his album release.
A disappointed Jigga allegedly doesn't understand why Riri has the need to team up with the man who once beat her, adding that he will never give his blessing for what she did.
The Throne duo are scheduled to kick off the European tour on May 20 and will not wrap it up until June 13.
The girlfriend of Spanish soccer player Gerard Pique is reportedly ditching Epic to join the company which was founded by Kanye West and Beyonce Knowles' husband.
Recalling being congratulated by the Jiggaman for her success, Minaj says, 'I was like, 'Yeah, I'm coming for you. I'm coming for your spot, Mr. Mogul'.'
Epilepsy group is not happy although a warning is placed in the video because people 'do not know they have it [photosensitive epilepsy] until something triggers their first seizure.'
The 'Run the World (Girls)' singer and her rapper husband release five pictures of their baby girl through a Tumblr account along with a note that read, 'We welcome you to share in our joy.'
The other nominees for the upcoming Woodie Awards include the likes of Chris Brown, Rihanna, J. Cole, Flo Rida and Foster the People.
The Hip Hop heavyweights recorded their top live performance of the song and added Paris scenes, Will Ferrell and plenty of lights.
The powerhouse couple submit their own application to protect their daughter's name after the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office turned down two applications to use the moniker.
Rumor has it, the upcoming music video will include footage from a concert where the song was performed 10 times in a row.
Beside singing his ode to daughter Blue Ivy, the husband of Beyonce Knowles rocks the first of his two back-to-back benefit concerts with the help of Alicia Keys, Nas and a 36-piece orchestra.
The Roc Nation founder and his singer wife, Beyonce Knowles, are among a few of recording artists who appear on the list along with Swift, GaGa and U2.