Empire isn’t quite the phenomenon it was at the beginning of the year, but it continues to draw ridiculous monster ratings for Fox. And while the show’s storylines might not allow for the sort of yuletide warmth that a Christmas special usually demands, Fox is still doing everything it can to bring the magic of […]
After unveiling a few promo stills last week, NBC has started to ease The Wiz Live! on down to its release date, which means that we've gotten a few more glimpses of the big event. In a newly released promo, Mary J. Blige's sings and also shouts "I hate water!" which is... More »
NBC will premiere “The Wiz Live!” on Dec. 3rd, but before that highly anticipated event, they are showing a “The Making Of”, a preview of sorts on November 25th. And one of the most excited aspects is surely Mary J. Blige starring as Evillene, the Wicked Witch Of The West in the show. The costumes…
The good news? Mary J. Blige is going to completely own the stage as Evillene performing "No Bad News" when The Wiz Live! comes to NBC. In this first footage of the R&B diva...
Part two of their now famous Apple Music commercial from earlier in the year. These three have GREAT chemistry for these ads, right? Facebook / Apple
I can't think of a direct equivalent to the Bechdel-Wallace Test in music, but if we have one, Apple Music's Jimmy Iovine might have failed it during his This Morning appearance on CBS with Mary J. Blige yesterday.
Apple Music executive Jimmy Iovine has drawn the outrage of The Internet this week after making some ridiculous comments about why women need music. Iovine appeared on Thursday's broadcast of "CBS This Morning" with Mary J. Blige to promote Apple's new series of ads directed by Ava DuVernay and starring Blige, Taraji P. Show More Summary
New images of soul singer Mary J. Blige as the Wicked Witch of the West in NBC's The Wiz Live have us wishing we were evil monkeys.
There's nothing like dancing and sharing a good laugh with your girlfriends -- and Mary J. Blige, Kerry Washington and Taraji P. Henson take us to that happy place, once again. In another installment of an Apple Music Commercial directed...Show More Summary
Apple Music head Jimmy Iovine issued an apology for remarks he made about “some women” finding it difficult to find music, Buzzfeed reports. The cringe-inducing moment came while Iovine was on CBS This Morning with Mary J. Blige discussing a new Apple ad featuring Blige alongside actresses Kerry Washington and Taraji P. Show More Summary
Apple’s Jimmy Iovine has been forced to issue an apology after he said women have a hard time finding music because they sit around talking or complaining about boys all day long. During an appearance alongside Mary J Blige on “CBS This...Show More Summary
Apple Music's latest marketing tactic isn't music to everyone's ears The head of the streaming service, Jimmy Iovine, took to CBS This Morning with Mary J. Blige Thursday to discuss Apple Music's recent ad campaign aimed toward women...Show More Summary
Apple Executive and music producer Jimmy Iovine has caught the ire of women everywhere during his appearance on CBS’ This Morning alongside Mary J Blige to promote a brand new Apple Music advert when he stated that “women find it difficult to find music.” After being asked by CBS This Morning host Gayle Kind, “What... Show More Summary
Apple Music head Jimmy Iovine has won today’s “Yes, they really said that” award after an appearance on CBS This Morning. Iovine was there talking up the latest ad for Apple Music, which features singer Mary J. Blige, actress Kerry Washington, and singer/actress Taraji P. Show More Summary
Apple executive Jimmy Iovine and popular recording artist Mary J. Blige sat down with the hosts of CBS This Morning earlier today to discuss Apple Music. A couple of months back, Apple debuted a new TV ad for its music streaming service starring Blige along with actresses Kerry Washington and Taraji P. Henson. In the ad, […]
Apple recently debuted a new Apple Music ad, starring singer Mary J. Blige and actresses Taraji P. Henson and Kerry Washington, during the 2015 Emmy Awards. In the one-minute spot, focused on Apple Music playlists, Washington says that...Show More Summary
“Women find it very difficult at times to find music,” a totally credulous Jimmy Iovine said Thursday on CBS This Morning, while seated next to Mary J. Blige, a woman who has a decades-long body of work about being self-sufficient in life, love and—yes—music. Read more...
In today's sexist garbage: Apple Music executive and longtime music-industry bigshot Jimmy Iovine thinks women are too stupid to find music. He tells CBS News, "I always knew that women find it very difficult at times – some women – to find music. And this helps makes it easier with... More »
After getting his career started as a graffiti artist in New York, Adams has worked with artists like The Beastie Boys, Mary J. Blige, LL Cool J, Chuck D, and the Notorious B.I.G.
Cross-generational collaborations between venerated older artists and youngsters with a modern audience are increasingly common: see Bettye LaVette and the Drive-By Truckers, Mavis Staples and Jeff Tweedy, Mary J. Blige and Disclosure, or the Doobie Brothers' duets with country stars. The phenomenon does the Internet-age obsession with reissues one better, suggesting that...