Last night, Rick Ross brought his MMG brand to Roundhouse in Camden to the delight of the packed house. One individual who should be excited is artist/business man Sincere, who’s boutique Lizzy Collection became a choice of outfit for the ‘bawse’.
You can check out pics above (and make your way here to get your own)….we’ve also included some fan footage from the show below.
When fashion and music come together…H&M recruits Röyksopp & Robyn for a pretty dope visual:
Pop star Robyn and techno duo Röyksopp share a love for shoes and melancholy. Now, their new video Sayit makes its exclusive premiere on H&M Life.
By the way, Röyksopp & Robyn will be going on tour to promote their forthcoming project, Do It Again, out 26th May (preorder here).
Ray J just likes to stay in Kim Kardashian’s life, obviously, because he is reportedly blessing her and Kanye West with one of the most unique wedding gifts we’ve ever seen: 4 months of earnings from he and Kim’s now-legendary sextape.
TMZ provided a breakdown:
The tape has currently earned all invested parties upwards of $50 million.
B.o.B took to Twitter to announce that he’ll be dropping a sequel to his No Genre mixtape. The question is, does anyone care at this point?
Spotted on the L.A. Times:
The late King of Pop will perform during the Billboard Music Awards –- as a hologram.
The closely guarded secret was spoiled after a lawsuit from tech companies, hoping to stop the performance, was rejected by a federal judge.
Hologram USA Inc. and Musion Das Hologram Ltd. filed an emergency suit Thursday, alleging one of their products was being used without their permission by a competitor to create an image that will depict Jackson performing “Slave to the Rhythm,” a cut taken from his posthumous new album “Xscape.”
While the companies own the rights to the technology that famously raised Tupac Shakur from the dead at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Annual Festival in 2012, a judge said there wasn’t enough evidence to show the planned 3D image would violate patents. Hologram USA acquired the rights to the patents after Digital Domain, which created the Shakur image, went bankrupt.
Judge Kent Dawson also said the compaines failed to provide sufficient evidence that their patents were being used to create the Jackson hologram, according to the court order obtained by The Times.
Details on the spectacle have been kept tightly under wraps. Show producers have called it a “history-making performance” and a source close to the production promised the “technology is so spectacular and groundbreaking.”
The 2014 Billboard Music Awards will air live (except on the West Coast) from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on Sunday at 8 p.m. on ABC.