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  • Oxygen to Debut Docuseries 'Sisterhood of Hip Hop'

    Oxygen Media has announced the new docuseries "Sisterhood of Hip Hop," centered on up-and-coming female emcees. The series, from 51 Minds, showcases the "femcees" as they attempt to make their mark on a music genre traditionally dominated by men and...
  • Jennifer Lopez on dating, her split with Marc Anthony and 'First Love'

    Jennifer Lopez on dating, her split with Marc Anthony and 'First Love'
    In the course of one recent week, Jennifer Lopez was honored with a Billboard Icon Award, her single "First Love" became the most-added song on pop radio, she played to a sold-out crowd in Anaheim and she wrapped another season as an "American Idol"...
  • Chicago dancer Lil Kemo ready for bigger breakthrough

    Chicago dancer Lil Kemo ready for bigger breakthrough
    Travon Biggs, a.k.a. the Bop King of the World, a.k.a. the Fastest Legs on the West Side, a.k.a. the originator of the Kemo Step, a.k.a. Lil' Kemo, walked up his unplowed street in North Lawndale the other day, sneakers sliding sideways in the slush....
  • Mariah Carey doesn't know what a secret album release is

    Mariah Carey doesn't know what a secret album release is
    The best part about a surprise is keeping the big reveal a secret.  Unless you're Mariah Carey. The pop diva has spilled the beans that her forthcoming record will arrive Beyoncé-style, meaning she plans on dropping it unexpectedly on the Internet...
  • Rick Ross may legally remain Rick Ross, says California appeals judge

    Rick Ross may legally remain Rick Ross, says California appeals judge
    While it's generally unwise to make a mortal enemy of one of America's most famous former drug kingpins, the rapper Rick Ross has come out ahead of his shared namesake, the former L.A. cocaine baron "Freeway" Ricky Ross, in court and gets to legally...
  • Listen: Pixies offer more cowbell in grungy 'Blue Eyed Hexe'

    Listen: Pixies offer more cowbell in grungy 'Blue Eyed Hexe'
    The Pixies are back -- again. After touring its classic material for several years as a kind of hipster oldies act, the hugely influential alt-rock band finally put out some new music last September in the form of the four-song "EP-1." The only...
  • Drake kicks off a new year, new point of view on 'SNL'

    Drake kicks off a new year, new point of view on 'SNL'
    After a holiday hiatus, “Saturday Night Live” returned slightly refurbished, with Sasheer Zamata as one of the most high-profile cast additions in recent memory as well as new writers LaKendra Tookes and Leslie Jones, who joined the team after...
  • Review: Rick Ross aims for a remodel at Club Nokia

    Review: Rick Ross aims for a remodel at Club Nokia
    Rick Ross built his career rapping about his exploits as an above-the-law drug kingpin, a front he kept up even after it was famously revealed that in a previous life the Miami MC had once worked as a Dade County corrections officer. The news might...
  • Review: Justin Timberlake and Jay Z are their generation's legends

    Review: Justin Timberlake and Jay Z are their generation's legends
    Jay Z and Justin Timberlake dedicated their last song to Trayvon Martin at their packed concert Friday night at Sun Life Stadium. It was a cover of "Forever Young," a theme that applied to the two artists who have held a long career in the often ADD-...
  • John Legend plays with emotions on 'Love in the Future'

    John Legend plays with emotions on 'Love in the Future'
    There's one second of sound on John Legend's new album, "Love in the Future," that sums up his current artistic mission. It's on the delicate, gloomy track "Asylum," and the sound is a snare drum. Or rather a blast of raw, percussive white noise that...
  • At violent summer's end, weary city grapples with the toll

    At violent summer's end, weary city grapples with the toll
    Fourteen-year-old Troy Neal grew up in Baltimore. It’s where his friends are, where he scraped his knees learning to skateboard in Carroll Park, and where he had planned to attend Mount St. Joseph’s High School this fall. It’s also...