THE INIMITABLE masters of afrobeat/dancehall and pop, Reggie ‘N’ Bollie, have released their brand new track On the Floor – an exciting collaboration featuring dancehall legend Beenie Man.
Reggie ‘N’ Bollie became household names in the UK after competing and finishing as runners-up, mentored by Cheryl on series 12 of The X Factor in 2015. After signing with Simon Cowell on his label Syco Music in January 2016, the pair released their smash hit New Girl, which peaked at number five in the UK iTunes Charts, and number 26 in the Official UK Charts.
Since confirming their split with Syc...
Meek Mill has been sentenced to between two and four years in prison for violating his parole with two arrests, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer: one for fighting and another for reckless driving.
The Philadelphia rapper – real name Robert Williams – has been on parole since autumn 2009, following a spell in prison on drugs and weapons charges...
Fetty Wap found himself behind bars early this morning for DUI and drag racing in New York City.
Law enforcement reported that the Patterson rapper was caught racing another driver at very high speed at around 1 AM on Friday morning, TMZ reported. After pulling him over in his Mercedes-Benz, cops say they noticed that he was intoxicated. He also handed officers an expired New Jersey driver’s license. As for the speed, he was driving, cops say it was over 100 miles per hour in a 50 miles zone.
Turns out that cops were correct about Fetty Wap driving under the influence because he failed a fie...
Vybz Kartel new song “Kremlin” erupts fans while dissing rival Alkaline. Stream the grimy track, produced by Rvssian.
Jamaican producer, Rvssian, released a new track, “Kremlin,” recorded by Dancehall superstar, Vybz Kartel.
The Head Concussion Records-produced single, which first appeared on Sunday (Oct 29) via Youtube, is a hardcore diss track, targeting “copycats” and “daydreamers.”
Some Dancehall users speculate that the song is a straightforward assault on rival deejay, Alkaline, who has been ridiculed as a replica by fans of the “Worl Boss” deejay since his earlier days of...
Dancehall artist Shenseea has recently got herself another corporate partnership.
The fast-rising singjay was assigned as a regional ambassador for Campari Caribbean.
This is the Jamaican artist’s third deal for 2017. She also signed with Pepsi Jamaica and Flow, earlier this year.
Shenseea took to Instagram on Friday (Oct 27) to announce the news to her 482K followers.
“So happy to share the news of being another brand ambassador for the third company this year 2017!” she wrote.
“First FLOW, PEPSI and now CAMPARI I am the first ever Jamaican Artiste to represent the brand for the...
In her first public remarks since accusing film producer Harvey Weinstein of rape, Rose McGowan on Friday blasted sexual misconduct in Hollywood and called on women to stand up to abuse.
“I have been silenced for 20 years,” McGowan said at the Women’s Convention in Detroit. “I have been slut-shamed. I have been harassed. I have been maligned. And you know what? I’m just like you.”
Raising a fist in the air, the “Scream” actress implored women to “clean house” in male-dominated Hollywood and continue to come forward with stories of sexual harassment and assault.
In her first public remarks sin...
Actor Djimon Hounsou is like a chameleon who can adapt to any role. From playing the role of an enslaved fisherman caught in the crossfire of civil war in Sierra Leone in “Blood Diamond” to an intergalactic hunter in “Guardians of the Galaxy,” Hounsou’s latest role in “Same Kind of Different As Me” is personal and profound.
A true story based on the New York Times best-selling book, “Same Kind of Different As Me,” the film is about homelessness, infidelity, and the transformative power of love, forgiveness, and healing...
The upcoming FX series, about the underground LGBTQ voguing ball scene, will be set in 1980s New York City.
“Pose,” a new FX drama set in 1980s New York City has cast the most series regular transgender actors in the history of scripted television. The series, about the underground LGBTQ voguing ball scene, will begin filming in New York in November.
MJ Rodriguez will play Blanca. DENNIS CAHLO / FX
The show will feature five transgender actors, according to FX...