Friday, August 29, 2014

HOTT JOINT: Joseline Hernandez La Negra

Guys, Love & Hip Hop Atlanta star Joseline Hernandez is making sure that fans are reminded just why she’s on our TV screens. The Puerto Rican isn’t just on Love & Hip Hop Atlanta because she’s a bad little boosh. She’s a rapper and aspiring reggaeton artist — and she’s making it known with her latest single, “La Negra.” Love that she's paying homage to The Great Selena!

Monday, August 25, 2014

NEW: Jessie J, Ariana Grande, and Nicki Minaj Bang Bang Official Video





 Fresh off opening the VMAs, Jessie J, Ariana Grande, and Nicki Minaj light up the screen in the explosive video forBang Bang.” The divas come together for one big party in the Hannah Lux Davis-directed clip, which was shot on the Paramount lot in Hollywood.

Jessie J, Ariana Grande, Nicki Minaj - Bang Bang (Official video) from Ильдар Сабиров on Vimeo.






Sunday, August 24, 2014

2014 MTV VMA RECAP!

 The MTV Video Music Awards are more about the performances than the actual trophies.On the VMA'S red carpet, anything goes.This year some Celebrities gave a throwback look of their own.
Checkout some of our favorite moments and VMA captures that make you think you have seen it all!






THE WINNERS ARE:

Best Pop Video “Problem” – Ariana Grande & Iggy Azalea
Best Hip Hop Song “Hold On, We’re Going Home” – Drake
Best Rock Song “Royals” – Lorde
Artist to Watch Fifth Harmony
Video of the Year “Wrecking Ball” – Miley Cyrus
Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award
Beyonce
Best Collaboration: Beyoncé & Jay Z – “Drunk In Love”
Best Video With A Social Message: Beyoncé – “Pretty Hurts”
Best Cinematography: Beyoncé – “Pretty Hurts”












                                            






                                                          WHO DID IT BETTER?

                                                      


       

                                                       THE PERFORMANCES:


CATCH ALL THE PERFORMANCES HERE: http://time.com/3171106/vmas-2014-performance-videos/



























































































































Friday, August 15, 2014

NEW: Seven Lions feat. Kerli - Worlds Apart (Official Video)

 Seven Lions and Kerli teamed up for an amazing LP with two songs World Apart and Keep It Close.We are loving  her under water Moon Goddess look!





Wednesday, August 13, 2014

NEW: Iggy Azalea - Black Widow ft. Rita Ora




They are just a pair of black widows.
The video for Iggy Azalea's "Black Widow" featuring Rita Ora  Made it's mark today! The video finds the pair channeling Kill Bill  as two women out for revenge against a Douche bag played by
Michael Madsen
The two will perform the song at the VMAs Sun. Aug. 24.



Tuesday, August 12, 2014

New: Ariana Grande Break Free Feat: Zedd





After topping the iTunes singles chart with the Big Sean-assisted “Best Mistake,” Ariana Grande surprises her Arianators with the video for “Break Free” featuring Zedd.
The pop crusader explores a galaxy far, far away in the campy clip, which was inspired by Barbarella and Star Wars. Ariana plays an intergalactic princess who comes to rescue the planet from the dark side. She uses her breasts as weapons and crushes the enemy robots before racing off in her spaceship with Zedd and some extraterrestrial friends.
“It’s inspired by Jane Fonda in Barbarella and Star Wars and space,” Ariana told Ryan Seacrest. “It’s more throwback, campy.”
Her sophomore album My Everything drops August 25 featuring The Weeknd, A$AP Ferg, and Childish Gambino, plus the Iggy Azalea-assisted hit “Problem” and “Bang Bang” with Nicki Minaj and Jessie J.
The day before her album release, Ariana will perform “Break Free” at the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards in L.A.
Blast into space with Princess Ariana. rapup.com





Monday, August 11, 2014

RIP Actor Robin Williams Is Dead at 63




 SAD NEWS THIS EVENING:
Actor Robin Williams died this morning in California, according to the Marin County Sheriff’s Office-Coroner Division and his press representative. He was 63.
"Robin Williams passed away this morning," rep Mara Buxbaum said in a statement tonight. "He has been battling severe depression of late. This is a tragic and sudden loss. The family respectfully asks for their privacy as they grieve during this very difficult time."
Officials are investigating the circumstances of his death.



TMZ UPDATE: Robin Williams has committed suicide.

The comedian killed himself in Tiburon, in Northern California.   His people tell us he's been recently battling severe depression.

According to the Marin County Sheriff's Office ... authorities found William's body inside his home.  They say he was found unresponsive.

He was unconscious and not breathing and the coroner suspects suicide due to asphyxia.

Williams was last seen alive at his house at 10 PM Sunday night.

Robin went back to rehab last month to focus on his sobriety.  We're told alcohol was an issue.

Williams struggled with cocaine and alcohol abuse in the early '80s but was sober for 20 years ... with the exception of a stint in rehab in 2006.

Robin's wife, Susan Schneider, says, "This morning, I lost my husband and my best friend, while the world lost one of its most beloved artists and beautiful human beings.  I am utterly heartbroken."

Robin's last tweet was on July 31 ... wishing his daughter Zelda Rae a happy 25th birthday. He posted a #tbt instagram pic of himself holding her as a child.

Williams was 63.





Friday, August 8, 2014

Danity Kane Calls it Quits!!!!!



Danity Kane is damaged beyond repair.
After a violent fight in the studio Monday, the reunited girl group confirmed they have broken up for the second time via a statement posted on their Twitter account Friday.

I guess it went down like this..except with a beat down!



Dear DK Fans,
(Note from Aubrey)

I reach out to you with all of the honesty and sincerity in my heart. Without a doubt, you have always been my key source of inspiration. Everything I do in this industry is motivated by your commitment and passion. As you may know, there has been much speculation on the state of Danity Kane after a recent incident. In order to clear up any confusion, Shannon and I write to you today with nothing but pure intentions. Over the course of the past few days, we have heard countless recommendations on how we can “spin” this story or “make it go away,” as seems to be typical in our industry. We have never been — nor will we ever be — those types of women. This decision to stand by our principles may affect our future. Our pocketbooks. Our careers. And the list goes on and on. But, there is one thing it won’t affect —namely, your trust and faith in us. We owe you — our loving fans — the unfiltered truth.
During a recent group meeting, a business conversation took a turn for the worst when my group member punched me in the back of my head while I was speaking to another associate. To be clear, she was not physically engaged or threatened prior to her attack on me. This is the same information I provided to the police, and witnesses also corroborated this account of the incident. I cannot condone or excuse any form of physical violence, particularly at the hands of someone I considered family. Disagreements happen. But a war of words and ideas should never end in physical aggression.
It breaks my heart that this violence is followed by no sign of remorse. For the past year, I watched small lies turn into bigger lies. Those bigger lies turned into verbal abuse. Now the verbal abuse has deteriorated into a physical assault. I put what I knew was right second to what I knew I could handle for the sake of the big-picture success this incredibly talented group of women could have achieved together. It was my goal to prove that with enough understanding the issues behind the scenes could be resolved, and we could continue to create content for one of the most inspiring fan bases I have ever witnessed. I realize now that in order to achieve that reality all three girls would have to want that. And, unfortunately, only two of us put our solo ambitions and lives to a halt and consistently put the team first.
An ethical and moral line has been crossed. As someone who experienced abuse in the past, I promised to never grow up putting my hands on people or ever condoning such behavior in others. It is a promise near and dear to my heart. If you have experienced it before, you already know it is not something one should compromise. Over the past year of constant engagement, I tried tirelessly to sympathize with behavior I could not understand. But, I watched her behavior get darker and darker. And, I fear it will only get worse. This most recent occurrence is not just incredibly embarrassing for the members of Danity Kane. More importantly, it spits on the hard work of all those who have supported us along this journey. Sadness does not even remotely begin to describe what I feel right now. Ultimately, as a woman who has spent her entire career standing up for the underdog and right over wrong, I can no longer pretend that she is willing to do what it takes to protect the power of the Danity Kane name.
(Note from Shannon)   POOR SHANNON <3 b="">
My heart is heavy. It is all I can do to pull myself out of bed to face this task. But, I know it must be done. There are many people besides myself that this impacts. Bottom line, it is not fair! I am not asking that you validate it being so. I am writing because you— the fans and our loved ones — deserve an honest and transparent explanation. My desire is to genuinely apologize to everyone who has poured their time, heart and energy into us. So many lives have been affected by this chain of events.
In the first chapter of Danity Kane, I did my best to be the glue that held us together. Assuming the role of the “quiet one,” I tried to keep my opinions to myself and worked behind the scenes to balance our strong personalities for the good of the Danity Kane name. Unquestionably, there were amazing times and truly genuine moments. Please do not believe anything different. Those honest moments kept me motivated through the battles. That being said, people eventually made choices I could not control.
I entered into this journey again with sisters who understood a dynamic that nobody else could. I hoped we could honestly reflect on what we had been through and the mistakes that were made. After this last year of trying to make this next chapter a success, I am devastated to admit that my expectations were set too high. I now must walk away feeling used and manipulated in addition to the name Danity Kane. I know this raises numerous questions. But, for me to delve into a “he said, she said” narrative is a tactic best reserved for those who shamelessly hope to gain followers, irrespective of the truth and the consequences of one’s actions. I am a grown and confident woman, and I only need to share my perspective.
This has been a year of tremendous sacrifice. I left my husband alone for months on end, and he has undoubtedly suffered the most for my dreams. Aubrey graciously opened her home to me throughout this process, since I had no other place to stay. For that I am truly grateful! Day in and day out the focus in her home has been how to make Danity Kane an undeniable force of good. We tried our best to assemble a team to help bring Danity Kane back from the depths of disappointment and into an era where we, as independent women, were taken seriously in this business. From your perspective, I am sure it seems like this should have been an easy fix and that we should just "get it together." Rest assured, we have been "getting it together" for a long time. At some point, the stress fracture was bound to turn into a break. It is unfortunate but real.
As for the actions that have brought us to this broken ending, I cannot speak for anyone or explain their internal struggles that prompted this heartbreaking sequence of events. All I know is what I have seen. I did not witness a shouting match, a cat fight or a brawl. I witnessed a single direct punch.
In reflecting on this situation, I recalled a journal entry I wrote back in April. Initially, I struggled with sharing something so transparent and personal with all of you. However, my desire to be honest with you trumps all other considerations. As you can tell, I have been avoiding saying names. However, this was my personal reaction to escalating events that led up to my overall frustrations with Dawn….months ago.
April 2014
“It's exhausting to chase your mind to understand your heart. For so long I’ve looked at you and your strengths trying to find any excuse for you in my head to put you back where I used to hold you. But time and again you prove me wrong to myself. Now I’m looking out for me I’ve learned that from you. But I pray my heart stays pliable and is still moved by honest humanity. May the ability to love not escape from my chest.”
(Note from Shannon and Aubrey)
Anyone that knows us even slightly could see we usually have opposing views and stark contrasts in dealing with our feelings. But, over the course of this last year undeniable commonalities in our values and principles were revealed. We spent the first half of the year struggling to convince ourselves that the red flags we witnessed were somehow explainable. And, after that was no longer an option, we tried to take the negativity in stride while finding the perseverance to keep it from tearing us apart.
We know it must be devastating for our fans to have spent the last twelve months supporting our every move, and for that we cannot apologize enough. We share your frustration and anger! We spent a year living on each other’s couches, sacrificing any solo opportunity that came our way, finally finished our comeback album, and were days away from filming three music videos for you that would have played out as a short movie. We lived on calls, traded endless e-mails, and sat in meeting after meeting to bring together an amazing team of producers, agents, directors, and styling teams with no manager in place. We were at the finish line. We wish, more than anything, that our time, our team’s time, and most importantly your time as fans, was not taken for granted and carelessly disregarded. If this ending was in our control, please understand that we would have done everything in our power to move things forward. You have become our family, and regardless of these unfortunate circumstances, we hope all of you treat one another as family, as we have built connections that cannot possibly be conveyed in words. Our journey, and the love we have built together as fans and artists, is a truth that all of us will forever hold close to our hearts.
No doubt, we have experienced significant trials and tribulations this year. From starting off without a member, to losing another, to where we stand now, all of those dark days have shined a light on some undeniable truths. Being a part of a “girl group” is so much more than how well an individual member may sing or dance or charm or act. Rather, no matter how talented you may be, you need to be relentlessly committed to self-sacrifice and the good of the whole. No team can function without every member having these traits, and this is why you see — time and time again — various groups crumble.
It is infinitely harder to make a group work than a solo act, and that was the attraction and excitement for us. We wanted to succeed when confronted with the ultimate challenge. We may not have been able to get everyone on the same page. However, we still remain committed to the idea that talented women can come together to create something bigger than themselves. When that moment happens, true history will be made.
Until then...
Shan & Aubs

Thursday, August 7, 2014

Hott Joint -Meghan Trainor - All About That Bass

 

 

 

 

 

Meghan Trainor's breakthrough release "All About That Bass" dethrones Nicki Minaj's "Anaconda" to claim the top spot on iTunes.

Based on the content of songs like her new “Anaconda” and the nature of her persona, Nicki Minaj doubtfully has a philosophical problem with Meghan Trainor’s “All About That Bass.”
She might, however, object to the song’s dominant performance on iTunes. At roughly 11PM ET Tuesday, Trainor’s debut single officially dethroned Minaj’s “Anaconda” on the iTunes Single Sales chart.
After spending a week in the shadow of Minaj’s “Bang Bang” collaboration, which also includes lead performances from Jessie J and Ariana Grande, Trainor’s “All About That Bass” spent the bulk of Tuesday in the shadow of Minaj’s new release “Anaconda.”
That came to an end just as the day was nearing its culmination. Trainor’s “All About That Bass” is now the best-selling song on the American version of iTunes.
There is no reason to believe “Bass” will rapidly cede its number one spot on the iTunes chart. There is even less reason to believe its jump on this week’s edition of the Billboard Hot 100 will be anything less than significant.
The song, which ranked #28 last week, is expected to enjoy another major climb on this week’s version of Billboard’s all-encompassing single track listing.





Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Danity Kane Catfight Brawl !



  If new reports are to be believed, Danity Kane may have another reason to sing about being ‘Damaged’.
Shockingly, TMZ claim that a brawl broke out among two of the group’s members during a studio session this week. The end result? A battery report being filed with the cops.
Details below…


A Danity Kane recording sesh erupted in violence Monday … and they actually needed a first aid kit.
We’re told bandmates Dawn Richards and Aubrey O’Day got physical during a disagreement at an L.A. studio on Monday, resulting in Dawn slugging Aubrey in the head with a closed fist.
This isn’t the first time DK’s had issues … the original five members disbanded in 2009, with four of them reuniting last year.  Aundrea Fimbres quickly dropped out, leaving the remaining three.
DK’s third member, Shannon Bex, was also there and tried unsuccessfully to break up the fight.

Aubrey filed a battery report.  Cops are investigating   "

OUR CURRENT MOOD:



The one we feel sorry for is Mrs.Shannon Bex ...She was the only one with no drama and class! 
Let's all hope this is just a rumor!

Friday, August 1, 2014

Christina aguilera for V Magazine

The 33-year-old stripped down for a stunning nude photo shoot exclusively for VMagazine.com. In a black and white image, the "Beautiful" singer stands in her birthday suit next to a white wall. She's turned to the side to show off her curves.
“As a woman, I'm proud to embrace my body through all stages of life, staying fearless and confident in surrendering to the unknowns the future has in store," the songbird dished.
Aguilera follows in the footsteps of many of her famous peers who've been photographed in the nude while pregnant, starting with Demi Moore's infamous Vanity Fair cover 23 years ago this month. Many followed suit, including Cindy Crawford, who covered W magazine while seven months pregnant in 1999.








Thursday, July 31, 2014

NEW: Katy Perry - This Is How We Do






If you can get over the fact that Katy Perry’s new single “This Is How We Do” features groan-worthy lyrics like “Now we’re talking astrology / getting our nails did all Japanese-y,” you’ll realize it’s actually kind of a jam. It’s no Dark Horse in the running for Song of the Summer, sure, but it’s certainly worthy of a video featuring over-the-top visuals and outrageous outfits — basically everything Katy Perry does best.
The singer wisely steers the costumes clear of any ethnic groups this time, instead opting for pop culture references with the Pee-Wee Herman-inspired backup dancers, some Mondrian get-ups and a brief but always welcome tribute to Aretha Franklin’s inauguration hat. Time.com


Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Araiana Grande Covers Seventeen Magazine


















Ariana Grande is on fire. Her smash single "Problem (feat. Iggy Azalea)" soared to the top of the Billboard charts this summer, and she followed it up with another banger, "Break Free (feat. Zedd). And at midnight Thursday, Jessie J released the surefire hit song "Bang Bang (feat. Grande and Nicki Minaj)."
Though her Nickelodeon series Sam & Cat was canceled in July 2014 after just one season, Grande has never been more popular. She's definitely enjoying the fruits of her labor, but the 21-year-old singer has also been facing some tough times in her personal life. In the September 2014 issue of Seventeen magazine, Grande reveals that the hardest thing she's ever had to deal with is "falling out of touch with my dad."
"It's private, but it happened last year. It took me so long to be okay with it. The thing that got me there was embracing the fact that that I am made up of half my dad, and a lot of my traits come from him," she admits. "So much of me comes from my father, and for so long, I didn't like that about myself."
"I had to accept that it's okay not to get along with somebody and still love them," Grande says.







Tuesday, July 15, 2014

New : Paris Hilton - Come Alive








She's Back!
Paris Hilton new single Come Alive, which is her second single on the Young Money, Cash Money Billionaires record label. Hilton penned the dance-pop track with producer Mr. Beats.

 The Huffington Post called the clip for her new song Come Alive “Coachella on crack” while E! News said they almost suffered “a seizure from all the fabulousness.”

Hilton earlier told E! that the song was “all about love and how it makes you feel alive.
“So when I was coming up with the concept for the music video, I wanted it to be something that was very magical, ethereal, just very fantasy like, that’s why I wanted to have a unicorn in it because I just think they’re such beautiful, magical creatures.
“It’s very colourful, fun, free and I’m having a great day,” Hilton added.

Friday, July 4, 2014

Robin Thicke Performs "Get Her Back"


Robin had some appearances on “GMA” and “The View,” Robin Thicke capped off his busy day with a performance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live.” The soulful singer took over the outdoor stage in Hollywood to perform “Get Her Back” and “Lock the Door” off his new album Paula. Rapup.com


Sunday, June 29, 2014

Jennifer Lopez iHeartRadio Ultimate Pool Party




JLO hit up Miami on Saturday, June 28, for the iHeartRadio Ultimate Pool Party. The 44-year-old Us Weekly cover girl showed off her impressive figure in a jungle-printed leotard.



Lopez has been heavily promoting her eighth studio album A.K.A. and recently performed at the opening ceremony of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil with rapper Pitbull


Friday, June 27, 2014

Hott Joint: Miranda Lambert - Somethin' Bad ft. Carrie Underwood


Country superstars Miranda Lambert and Carrie Underwood team up for a Thelma and Louise-like story in the video for their duet "Somethin' Bad."


 "Somethin' Bad"he just-released video for Miranda Lambert’s duet with Carrie Underwood, is heating things up online, much as the single has done on country radio — not surprising given the individual firepower of the two country stars.

But the collaboration was anything but a slam dunk. There was a time after Lambert asked Underwood to join her on the track that she was convinced the answer would be no.




“I was nervous,” Lambert told Pop & Hiss recently. “After I sent her the track, she wanted to live with it for a few minutes, and rightly so.”
For a few tense days, the 30-year-old Texan had convinced herself that Underwood wasn’t interested. Then came the reply.
“She was like, ‘Yeah, let’s do it!’ ” Lambert said. “I respect her. She’s so great. She’s built her own empire. She came by it so fast, but she has kept so poised and classy. Anytime she’s on anything, I know country’s going to look good.”






Thursday, June 26, 2014

NEW: Belinda - I Love You... Te Quiero ft. Pitbull



"I Love You... Te Quiero" Ft. Pitbull was announced as the fourth single by Belinda via her Twitter account. The song was released to radio stations globally in late January 2014. Finally a video is attached to the single. We must say Belinda looks amazing ..even if Pitbull was a no show!



NEW: Demi Lovato - Really Don't Care (Official Video) ft. Cher Lloyd


It's finally here.Demi's latest single Really Don't Care with a cameo from Cher Lloyd
 Directed by Ryan Pallotta, the video was shot earlier this month while Lovato served as grand marshal of and performed at Los Angeles' gay pride festival.



Tuesday, June 24, 2014

The Latina's from OITNB!

The latina's from OITNB (0range Is The New Black) are out of the kitchen and clean up nicely.. See Dascha Polanco , Selenis Leyva ,Jackie Cruz,Jessica Pimentel and Diane Guerrero shine!