Usher is revving up for his new album, Flawed, and in addition to recently dropping two new songs (and a video for one), the “Crash” singer opened up to Billboard during a Q&A.
Along with revealing what inspired his album title, he talks the Cleveland Cavaliers’ NBA Championship win and he also reveals whether or not he has a release date in mind in mind yet for the LP.
Kanye West‘s new album is due out today. The rap superstar went through a list of names, but he took to Twitter last night to announce that now he’s changed it to, The Life of Pablo (T.L.O.P).
Kendrick Lamar‘s upcoming sophomore album has gotten a title and release. K.Dot tweeted a link to his LP, [Untitled], which also showed the release date to be Monday, March 23.
The accompanying artwork featured a plain black cover with no words or image.
While [Untitled] is the follow-up to Kendrick’s 2012 debut, good kid m.A.A.d city, Kendrick told Complex in an interview last year that he’s not focusing on too much on “GKMC” during the process of creating music for this new album.
Mariah Carey shows off her toned physique, rockin’ a black monokini, in a photo collage she shared on Twitter. Standing poolside, the beautiful Italian scenery serves as her backdrop as she flaunts her figure.
“Behind the scenes on set with @MiguelUnlimited!! coming soon:),” she tweeted along with the pic. After collaborating on “#Beautiful,” the singing duo is teaming up again for another project.
Ciara released the artwork and tracklisting to her upcoming album yesterday, revealing a change in name. Previously named One Woman Army, CiCi’s album is now self-titled – Ciara.
In all black everything, CiCi rocks her golden locks, and shows off her toned abs as she graces the album’s cover. The tracklisting she shared consists of 10 songs, including one collaboration with Nicki Minaj (“I’m Out”), and another with her boyfriend, Future (“Where You Go”) – plus “Body Party” (co-written by Future) is set to appear.
The sequel to Think Like A Man is on its way, and the title and release date have both been confirmed.
Think Like A Man Too will be hitting theaters in May of 2014, and will be will be returning with the book’s author, Steve Harvey, as executive producer – along with Will Packer and screenwriters David A. Newman and Keith Merryman.
Kelly Rowland’s been at work on her upcoming fourth studio album, which is due for release this year. During an interview at the Grammys, she revealed that she’s changed the title from Year of the Woman, to Talk a Good Game.
“I recorded 50 songs and condensed it down and it tells a different story. It’s way more intimate and a lot of it is some slick stuff that I’m saying out of my mouth.. some things I can’t even believe I’m saying,” Kelly said, explaining her decision to change the title.
Drake’s Take Care took home the Grammy for “Best Rap Album” at the 2013 Grammy Awards last night. Although it was originally reported that his new single “Started From the Bottom” would debut Grammy night, the song came earlier, but yesterday brought the accompanying visuals to the track.
During a pre-show interview with Ryan Seacrest, the Young Money rapper revealed the title of his third studio album – Nothing Was the Same – and fans can expect its release sometime this year.