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The 'Do the Right Thing'-inspired music video urges people to take part in an action to change the world to be a better place.
The jam band drummer passed away on Thursday, August 12 at a hospital near Vancouver, Canada after failing to battle liver cancer.
The rap superstar previews a mix of old hits and new songs at The Box club on Thursday, August 12, backed by John Legend on the piano.
The golden gramophone statue which the R&B star got for his album 'Get Lifted' is now snapped in half but he is not mad at his nephew.
The world war-themed music video sees only one person who can survive a bloody, violent and hopeless march.
Veteran TV producer who acquires the right to the so-called biography written by Kitty Kelley stated that he would prefer to cast an unknown actress to play the talk show queen.
A tiger locked inside a cage is put on the background as Rick Ross and John Legend perform 'Sweet Life' to the camera.
Dominating the 10th Annual BET Awards which was held on June 27 with multiple nods are two female artists Alicia Keys and Nicki Minaj.
The 'Love Sex Magic' singer dons a black short dress, while the 29-year-old musician arrives in red long gown.
Despite taking the subject in mockumentary 'Adopted', the comedian is not sure about his parenting skills, saying 'I'd have to really mature before I considered adopting.'
Fergie of the Black Eyed Peas showed off her skill in football by kicking one of the official match balls while wearing high heels.
The 'Avatar' actress admits that she has been labeled lesbian since she was younger, saying that people have sometimes told her grandmother, 'Your granddaughter has a bit of lesbianism in her.'
Joining The Roots and Bob Weir, Sting and John Legend have been tapped to perform at a climate rally to mark Earth Day 2010 on The National Mall in Washington, D.C.
The 'I Kissed a Girl' hitmaker will attend the show to announce a winner, while T-Pain and Elton John will entertain the attendees.
Rihanna, Taylor Swift and Shakira will perform in London with Robert Pattinson taking the hosting job, while Jennifer Hudson and Mary J. Blige will sing at the Wyclef Jean-hosted concert in NYC.