Revisit Jazz Legend Erroll Garner with New Album

Ready Take One is a 14-track studio album with previously unreleased sounds from pianist and composer Erroll Garner and his band. The recordings date from 1967-1971, a few years before the jazz icon’s death.

Spotify’s Latest Feature Puts New Music on Your Radar

The streaming service has upped the Discover option with a new playlist. The Release Radar playlist debuted today [August 5, 2016] and brings new music releases to you, based on your personal style. The playlists adjusts as you change what you listen to.

‘VH1 Divas’ Returns After Four Years

The forecast is in, and according to VH1, “It’ll literally be snowing divas!” in New York come winter. The network will bring back its VH1 Divas concert after four years.

Rapper T.I. On Acting

When Ice Cube, Tupac, and Ice-T were taking over 80s and 90s music and film, Atlanta boy Clifford Harris could have only imagined what life would be like with that same multifaceted success in the entertainment industry. And yet today, albums aplenty under “T.I.” and movie roles under “Tip Harris,” youngsters aspire for his same…

Rihanna Seduces in ‘Valerian’ Role

When filmmaker Luc Besson previewed a scene from Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets, we couldn’t help but be reminded of “Pour It Up.”

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The Roundup

This article originally appeared on the V magazine website in November 2015. Photo courtesy of V Magazine

R. Kelly Discusses Abuse As A Child, Aaliyah & More In Interview With ‘GQ’

<h2 style="text-align:center;"As R. Kelly’s music gained ignition, cultural representations of his scandal-clad career made the world more familiar with a remix of the R&B singer/producer’s life story. His sexual habits not only fueled his explicit lyrics and latest album The Buffet but the rumors tarnishing the Grammy-award winner’s reputation. – VIBE Magazine Read More: http://www.vibe.com/2016/01/r-kelly-gq-interview-on-sexual-abuse-and-aaliyah/&#8230;

Jimmy Fallon Covers Drake—If Drake Was Actually Bob Dylan

Rappers have always made Bob Dylan a staple in their tracks—Kid Cudi, the Beastie Boys, Cypress Hill, to name a few. But what would happen if the bars of today’s rappers made their way into Dylan’s music? In an attempt to answer that, Jimmy Fallon stepped back into impersonation mode and took a trip to…

Comeback Season: 19 Drake Lyrics To Use In A Fight

October’s Very Own is not as sensitive as his reputation perceives him. Sure, Drake’s songs provide emo gold and sweet serenades to women living in Houstatlantavegas but he can also pack a punch in his verses.