Check out Beyonce paying homage to New Edition with her new video for “Love on Top”. She’s been getting a lot of mixed reviews in the blogosphere about her remakes and tributes to different artists in her music videos. I think its okay, you gotta pay respect to who came first. Right?
. . . and If you ask me, she hides her baby bump so well. Groovin’ in her sneakers and all! Tell me what ya’ll think about this one!
Check out the official video for Beyonce’s “Run The World (Girls)”. She never seems to disappoint when it comes to the visual and entertainment aspect of her talent.
The queen of writing every girl’s anthems, Beyonce, takes a backseat as her sister Solange writes the song “Why Don’t You Love Me” and releases the video on twitter for all her fans to see. Of course Beyonce is taking a break, however, whether she’s in the studio or not you will not forget about this diva. If you haven’t already here is the 50′s inspired music video to “Why Don’t You Love Me”.
ok, so kudos to Lady Gaga for keeping up with the most powerful woman in the music industry herself, Beyonce. I love the video! what about you?
Today Jay-Z made one of his rare appearances with Oprah on her show today. I must add that he is the most sexiest-ugliest man that I can admit to. LoL anyways, Many aspects were discussed but I wanted to show you one that really hit home for me. (video Courtesy of worldhiphop.com)
I have my different views on the N-Word but I am in love with hip-hop and I feel that Oprah was being very biased by saying she doesnt support it, wait no more like a hyprocite. Why would you invited Jay-Z onto your show and then say that you pretty much don’t support his music? Out of pure ignorance the word “Nigga” has slipped out plenty of times in my casual conversation but I do recognize its history and significance to African-Americans. Jay makes a valid point saying
”People give words power and we take the power out of the word”.
True. I understand where he is coming from when he says that, cause our generation today has took the power out of the word nigga and turned into something different, but I guess Oprah is like a gazillion generations down the line to understand.
What do Ya’ll think?