1993 was certainly a transitional year in America. Bill Clinton became president and helped the gay rights movement start to take off. Islamic terrorists bombed the World Trade Center and previewed what would happen eight years later. Show More Summary
Trumpeter Herb Alpert, known for his unique brand of Latin-tinged jazz pop, and for being a co-founder of A&M Records, a label that released key albums by artists from Cat Stevens to Janet Jackson, is now making his mark on education. The musician’s namesake foundation, co-founded with his wife,...
The New Zealand writer, who went viral with her poem "Keats is Dead so Fuck me From Behind," talks about bisexuality, Janet Jackson, and pissing off old men.
WELL, WE KNOW THE ANSWER TO THAT ONE: What would media say about naked Hillary statues? In a country once rocked for two weeks by the inadvertent appearance of Janet Jackson’s nipple at the Super Bowl, media condemnation of the objectively vulgar statue suddenly proved non-existent. The mood in the national press was rather jubilant […]
Thirty years after the release of her album “Control,” Janet Jackson remains essential to the development of pop and the integration of MTV.
James DeBarge never got over Janet Jackson, according to Dr. Conrad Murray! Murray, 63, revealed to RadarOnline.com exclusively that he met DeBarge, 52, while he was incarcerated for involuntary manslaughter… READ ON
Janet Jackson debuted a tiny baby bump this week as the 50-year-old singer displayed the first outward signs of her surprising pregnancy. Jackson surprised the world in May when she announced that she was pregnant with her first child. Show More Summary
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The late Michael Jackson‘s personal physician and confidante is finally coming clean about an old family secret. In Dr. Conrad Murray‘s new tell-all, This Is It!, he recalls his unlikely… READ ON
Canadian tenor Remigio Pereira altered the lyrics of “O Canada” to include “all lives matter” while singing with his group at the Major League Baseball All-Star Game in San Diego’s Petco Park on Tuesday night, July 12, 2016, echoing a phrase used by Ben Carson, Ray Lewis and Janet Jackson. Show More Summary
This week in new music: Haley Bonar is the princess of introspective indie pop on “Kismet Kill” (above), Shura channels Madonna, Janet Jackson, Kylie and John Hughes on Nothing’s Real, and Hot Hot Heat unfortunately splutter to an u… Read The post NEW MUSIC: Haley Bonar, Shura, Hot Hot Heat appeared first on Towleroad.
WARNING: The attached video contains strong language. Proceed at your own discretion. The creators of The Legends Panel, a YouTube parody series centered on a sporadic, fictionalized gathering of some of the biggest stars in music and...Show More Summary
Whitney and Bobby. Janet Jackson and Jermaine Dupri. Flava Flav and Brigitte Nielsen. Lauren London and Lil Wayne. Ciara and Future. Eve and Maximillion Cooper. The list goes on and on, but the fact is that celebrity culture has long been rife with unlikely pairings—some seemingly out of nowhere, others seemingly out of convenience and […]
Michael Jackson had a mouthful to say about his chief competitor Prince long before both pop stars died. As reported by the Daily Mail, Jackson thought Prince would die before his time. Not only did Michael complain about Prince as a “mean, nasty and rude” person, Jackson also had things to say about his own... Show More Summary
It looks like Jermaine Jackson and his wife couldn't get past that domestic violence incident last year. On Tuesday, Halima Rashid filed for divorce from Janet Jackson's brother, saying irreconcilable differences are the reason for their...Show More Summary
One year ago today, songstress Janet Jackson dropped “No Sleeep;” the first single off of her eleventh studio album, Unbreakable, and her first new song in nearly seven years. Touted as a worldwide event by both Jackson’s team, and her immensely dedicated fan base, the seductive track would go on to peak at no. Show More Summary
Visitors will get a peek behind the photographer’s process, viewing his contact sheets marked with red pencil edits. His forays into music video direction – including videos for Madonna, Janet Jackson and Chris Isaak – are also explored in the show.
Pop star Janet Jackson shared a moving video tribute to those lost at Pulse nightclub, set to her 2015 song "Shoulda Known Better."
Basically everything that comes out of Bobby Brown’s mouth is hot mess comedy gold, so I shouldn’t have been surprised when I read excerpts from his new 20/20 interview. Sure, he made claims about banging everyone from Janet Jackson to Madonna, and even alleged that Whitney Houston has some female lovers herself, but those pale [...]Show More Summary
As the stories, faces and lives of the Orlando victims from Pulse become public, many social media users are taking to their platforms of choice to pay tribute to the 49 people who violently lost their lives early Sunday morning. Among the immense crowd of dedicators is Lamont Hicks; writer and co-creator of the popular... Show More Summary