Nicki Minaj and Ariana Grande are joining forces again, this time, at the MTV VMAs to perform Ariana’s “Side to Side” from her Dangerous Woman album.
The duo hit the stage together at the 2014 VMAs, kicking off the show with Nicki’s “Anaconda,” Ariana’s “Break Free” and their collaboration with Jessie J, “Bang Bang.” They will be joining previously announced artists, Rihanna (Vanguard Award recipient), Future, Britney Spears and Nick Jonas featuring Ty Dolla $ign.
Brandy will be serenading her brother, Ray J, and his bride-to-be, Princess Love, to Etta James‘ “At Last,” during their first dance at their wedding next week.
The songstress will not only perform, but will be a part of the wedding party as a bridesmaid. Additionally, according to reports, Princess will walk down the aisle to Anthony Hamilton singing, “The Point of It All.”
Kendrick Lamar and Janelle Monáe paid a visit to the White House for the 4th of July party, on Monday. In addition to Kendrick and Janelle performing at the event for military veterans and their families, President Obama also took a moment and had the crowd join him in singing “Happy Birthday” to his daughter, Malia, who was celebrating a 18th birthday (Happy Birthday, Malia!).
K-Dot performed a medley of his songs, that included “Swimming Pools (Drank),” “Money Trees” and “Alright,” while Janelle’s set included “Electric Lady,” “Q.U.E.E.N.” and a tribute to Prince, as she rock’d “Let’s Go Crazy.”
Beyoncé and Kendrick Lamar rock’d the crowd at Sunday’s BET Awards with an powerful, surprise performance of “Freedom” – a track from Bey’s platinum album, Lemonade.
The stage was set up with the same shallow pool seen at Beyoncé’s Formation World Tour. The lights were dimly lit as she stood in the water alongside her dancers, before launching the performance. “Freedom! Freedom! I can’t move. Freedom, cut me loose!,” she sang while rockin’ a patterned fabric and mesh leotard. “Freedom! Freedom! Where are you? ‘Cause I need freedom too!”
Stevie Wonder has been added to the Prince tribute to be performed at the BET Awards on Sunday (June 26th). He will be joining Janelle Monae, Sheila E. and The Roots, who were previously announced as part of the tribute. Stevie also joined Madonna at the Billboard Music Awards last month to pay tribute to legendary singer.
At Wednesday night’s PRE – the annual kickoff to the BET Awards – BET chairman/CEO, Debra Lee, teased that the June 26th awards show will be a can’t-miss affair.
Usher, Future and Bryson Tiller have been added to he list of performers set to rock the 2016 BET Awards.
Hosted by Anthony Anderson and Tracee Ellis Ross, the 16th annual BET Awards will performances by Alicia Keys and Maxwell — and Sheila E., The Roots, D’Angelo and Janelle Monae have all been announced as the first artists to be part of the special celebration paying homage to iconic singer, Prince.
While in getting in a break from her ANTI world tour dates, Rihanna will be taking to the stage at this year’s Billboard Music Awards.
The “Work” star will be joining artists like Ariana Grande, Demi Lovato and Pink, amongst a list of others – plus, Madonna is set to honor Prince with a performance.
With his Views album projected to sell over 850,000 copies in the U.S. in its first week, Drake is set to return to the Saturday Night Live stage on May 14th.
The “One Dance” rapper will be pulling double duty, according to Vulture, as host and musical guest – just as he did in 2014.