What a night! This week, Fantasia held a private media listening session, for her upcoming album, Side Effects of You. Executive produced by Harmony Samuels, the session went down in North Hollywood at Harmony’s London Bridges studio.
Kelly Rowland Forgets Her Make-Up, Tracee Ellis Ross Dines With Friend + 50 Cent Becomes A Paparazzi
‘Kisses Down Low’ singer Kelly Rowland was spotted in New York City sans makeup, but flawless, shopping at a beauty supply store. She recently announced her fourth album, ‘Talk A Good Game’ will feature fellow Destiny’s Child members Beyonce and Michelle Williams. The album due in stores June 4, will also feature production from The Dream and Pharrell.
Well, one thing is for sure, whether her opinions are popular or not, singer Keyshia Cole is not afraid to speak her mind. And use twitter as a platform. You’ll recall, the 30-year-old mother caught heat after criticizing Michelle Williams’ Super Bowl performance on twitter. And that’s not the first time that she’s said some not so nice things about a few folk on twitter. She called out her own sister, Neffie, for mentioning her in her memoir. She’s snapped on controversial radio personality, Charlamagne the God, and the list goes on and on. So who caught her twitter wrath today? Beyonce Knowles Carter. In short, Keyshia is not a fan of the overall lyrics of her new single, ‘Bow Down’. In the song, Bey sings:
I know when you were little girls, you dreamt of being in my world, don’t forget it, respect that, bow down b*tches.
Well, Keyshia has a response to Bey’s ‘Bow Down’ request and quite frankly, she suggests that Beyonce is quite the hypocrite lyrically. Keyshia wrote:
[Video] Prince Takes Over SXSW + Isaiah Washington, Felicia ‘Snoop’ Pearson & Jesse Williams Kick It Backstage
Looks like the rumors were correct. Over the weekend, Prince took over Austin, hitting SXSW for the Samsung Galaxy showcase. As expected, the 54-year-old rockstar performed for a little over two hours, performing after A Tribe Called Quest. Backstage, we caught Isaiah Washington, Nate Parker, Jesse Williams, Felicia Pearson (who played Snoop on HBOB’s ‘The Wire’), Michael K. Williams and Nick Cannon. Check out some of the footage of Prince’s show.