Beyoncé - "Schoolin' Life"

J.R. Taylor Choreography

Thursday, June 30, 2011

Teyana Taylor departs from “Marvin’s Room” and leads us into “Her Room” with her cover and visual of Drake’s infectious tune. Omarion plays the male interest in the video.

It is directed by TAJ and Mike Ho.

Teyana Taylor "Her Room" Directed by TAJ & Mike Ho #TPK #oSm from Director | Mike Ho on Vimeo.

While Jennifer Lopez continues being wishy-washy about her future on Idol, Christina Aguilera’s mind is made up — the “Moves Like Jagger” singer has signed on for Season 2 of NBC’s hit show The Voice. Not such a hard decision to make once you find out she’s making $225,000 an episode, three times as much as her fellow coaches. Speaking of those guys — there’s no word on if Adam Levine, Cee Lo Green or Blake Shelton will return next season, though Levine (who’s team member Javier Colon triumphed in the Season 1 finale) said he’d be “delighted” to continue with the show

With The Voice over for the season, Cee Lo Green has more time to dedicate to his new Fuse chat show Talking To Strangers (especially given that he pulled out of Rihanna’s LOUD tour). Last week Grammy winner Cee Lo had a conversation with chart-topping rapper Lupe Fiasco, but his latest episode takes the sexy up a level (sorry, Lupe!) with Miss Keri Hilson. Watch below.

During their one-on-one, Hilson and Green talked about, among other things, being fellow natives of Georgia.

Said Keri:

“Atlanta in general has this creative energy, and this underdog mentality, that I think the likes of you and Outkast and TLC and even Usher and — everybody that’s hailed out of Atlanta — has this underdog mentality where if you met them, they would give the air as if I haven’t done shit yet. And that, to me, I think is the best part of where we grew up.”
Miss Keri also performed her jams “Pretty Girl Rock” and “All The Boys,” and Cee Lo later made her recite the lyrics to her sexy tune “The Way You Love Me” (the clean version, naturally).

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Missy Elliott’s trials and tribulations — and there have been plenty of each — were well documented last night on her Behind The Music special on VH1. In the hour-long special, the MC, born Melissa Arnette Elliott, opens up about many of her personal struggles: growing up in poverty, being sexually abused by her cousin, watching her violent father terrorize her family, losing her beloved friend Aaliyah, and her current battle with Grave’s Disease. Thankfully, it’s not all tragedy — we see the promising beginnings of her music career as part of a group called Fayze, the chance meeting with lifelong friend and collaborator Timbaland, and the point where she becomes one of the biggest hip-hop stars in the game. Watch the whole special below.

Missy’s pals Snoop Dogg, Mary J. Blige, Ciara and Timbaland, among others, make cameos during the special to talk about the hip-hop star. Her friend, rapper Melvin Magoo, even reveals that he coined her stage name “Misdemeanor”: “Her ability to write, rap and produce was almost like a crime.”

“People are always like, where you been? I haven’t seen you in a minute,” says the rapper of her five-year absence. “I’ve been working on my album, and making sure it’s hot.” We’re even showed footage of Missy and Timbaland in the studio recording “Take Ur Clothes Off” for her long-delayed (but no less anticipated) new album Block Party.

Welcome back, Missy! We missed ya.

You’ve seen French dance duo Les Twins (aka Laurent and Larry Bourgeois) bust their hip hop moves alongside Beyonce at Glastonbury on Sunday and on their home country’s version of The X Factor earlier this week. Now catch them below, doing synchronized splits, jumps and all-out b’boy (or Bey boy?) battle in the desert sand in the newly-surfaced alternate video for lead 4 single “Run The World (Girls).” Go ahead — you can use a bit more fierceness today, anyway.

Beyonce continues to show us why she runs this mother!

Bey really shares the same type of marathon woman schedule (and ethic) as her ‘Telephone’ cohort Lady Gaga. While the Queen Bee’s fourth solo album ’4′ landed in the US on June 28 (and the 27th in Europe), she was busy as a Bee in London, performing at an album release party at London’s Shepherd’s Bush Empire.

Sasha Fierce, the singer’s onstage alter ego, came out in full effect, complete with big, bouncy, natural curls and a body-hugging, sunny yellow flapper fringe dress. Beyonce bulldozed everything in her path, shaking it while having a grand old time on stage; she was loving performing her songs as much as they fans loved witnessing and absorbing them.

Beyonce’s live ferocity was tiger-like. Seriously. She had the eye of the tiger, as she danced and sang with the type of energy normally reserved for teenagers, making eye contact with the crowd. With her corkscrew curls blowing in the wind, Beyonce was a diva to be reckoned with.

Fresh off her headline gig at Glastonbury, which was fed via satellite to the 2011 BET Awards, Beyonce didn’t take a pause and why should she? She’s got an album to promote. She treated fans to new singles like ‘Run the World (Girls),’ ‘Best Thing I Never Had’ (which has our vote for Kiss Off of the year), ’1+1′ and ‘End of Time.’

Of course she couldn’t get away with not performing ‘Single Ladies,’ which caused a surge of estrogen to shoot like lightning out of our computer monitors. We all know Beyonce can do many things, but she certainly knows how to incite girl power like no other.

Beyoncé served up a double dose of entertainment on France’s “X Factor” finale. The pop powerhouse tore the roof down with a red-hot version of “Run the World (Girls),” returning later in the show with her new single “Best Thing I Never Had.”

As we wait with baited breath for the release of Kelly Rowland’s Here I Am, at least the Monarch cover girl’s track listing has surfaced to hold us over until July 26. Those collaborating with the phenomenal BET Awards performer on the LP include Lil Wayne, Big Sean and dilemma-inducing rapper Nelly. Head below to feast your eyes on the Maxim vixen’s official list of songs (on both the standard and deluxe editions) in full. Hopefully it will give you the motivation you need to hang in there until the album’s mid-summer debut.

Standard Edition:

1. “I’m Dat Chick”
2. “Work It Man” feat. Lil Playy
3. “Motivation” feat. Lil Wayne
4. “Lay It on Me” feat. Big Sean
5. “Feelin’ Me Right Now”
6. “Turn It Up”
7. “All of the Night” feat. Rico Love
8. “Keep It Between Us”
9. “Commander”
10. “Down for Whatever”

Deluxe Edition:

11. “Heaven & Earth”
12. “Each Other”
13. “Motivation (Rebel Rock Remix)” feat. Lil Wayne
14. “Commander (Urban Remix)” feat. Nelly

What track are you hoping will make it to #1?

Tia Mowry Welcomes a Son

Special delivery for Tia Mowry!

The Game star, 32, and husband Cory Hardrict welcomed a son on Tuesday in Los Angeles, her rep tells PEOPLE. He weighed in at 8 lbs.

Mowry announced the pregnancy in January, telling DIDNTINVITEME.NET she felt "sexy and empowered."

Although baby has now arrived, Mowry's pregnancy will be televised when she and her twin sister Tamera return to the airwaves on their new reality show, Tia & Tamera, premiering in August on the Style Network.

Jennifer Lopez is gearing up for her weekend appearance on HSN — check her out Saturday at midnight, noon and 9 p.m. — but in the meantime, she’s been busy shooting ads for her new fragrance, Love & Light. PEOPLE’s Most Beautiful Woman recently got extra-glamorous for the campaign — and we have a sneak peek! In these behind-the-scenes shots, Lopez flashes her famous gams, posing seductively in a silk wrap dress. But while the photos are all about beauty, Lopez says the fragrance is about channeling what’s inside. “With Love & Light, I wanted to create a fragrance that was less about the world around you and more about your inner light and your spirit,” she explains in a release. “It’s about how you feel inside, it’s not about your outside world.” Betsy Olum, general manager of beauty and merchandising strategy at HSN, says Lopez’s upcoming appearance will make the scent “simply come alive. It’s a true reflection of who she is,” she shares. “We know our audience is going to love hearing from her on what influenced the creation of this fragrance.” After debuting on HSN, Love & Light will be available at Kohl’s and in department stores in September. The eau de parfum — packaged in a bottle inspired by womanly curves — will retail for $58, with an accompanying shower gel selling for $32. Tell us: Will you watch Lopez on HSN this weekend?

Jay-Z was spotted out in London before heading to his wife Beyonce’s album release party. He wore his favorite Persol sunglasses, with a Balmain military cotton shirt ($975), G-Star Rovic surfer camo shorts (seen below in a similar colorway $130), and a pair of Adidas Originals Superstar 2.0 sneakers ($65).

Justin Timberlake can’t find enough things to do that don’t involve him recording a new album. The singer-turned-actor, taking his role in The Social Network pretty seriously, announced that he has taken an ownership role in MySpace, and will help develop the social networking site’s creative direction and strategy. Meanwhile, Friendster remains undisturbed by any pop star magic.

“There’s a need for a place where fans can go to interact with their favorite entertainers, listen to music, watch videos, share and discover cool stuff and just connect. Myspace has the potential to be that place,” Timberlake said in a statement. “Art is inspired by people and vice versa, so there’s a natural social component to entertainment. I’m excited to help revitalize Myspace by using its social media platform to bring artists and fans together in one community.”

And they’re just as excited to have him! “We’re thrilled about the opportunity to rebuild and reinvigorate Myspace,” said Tim Vanderhook, CEO of Specific Media, which purchased the site from News Corp. “We look forward to partnering with someone as talented as Justin Timberlake, who will lead the business strategy with his creative ideas and vision for transforming Myspace. This is the next chapter of digital media, and we are excited to have a hand in writing the script.”

Either JT is researching his upcoming role as Tom in the MySpace version of The Social Network, or he really thinks he can make people interested in the formerly popular social media platform. (And just how unpopular has it become? News Corp. bought the site for $580 million in 2005. At its peak in 2007, MySpace was worth about $12 billion. And they just sold it to Specific Media for $35 million. You do the math.)

Lupe Fiasco teams with Trey Songz in the Gil Green-directed video for “Out of My Head” off his No. 1 album Lasers.

After 30 years of albums, turmoil and solo projects, New Edition is finally reuniting July 3 at the Essence Music Festival in New Orleans.

The last time all six members of the group stood harmoniously onstage was in 1996 for the release of their album Home Again.

The group has tried to reunite several times in the past, but conflict and erratic behavior by notorious singer Bobby Brown has hindered a successful comeback. Yet, Brown insists the past is behind the group. "We're just working on us and our friendship," he tells our friends over @PEOPLE.

Along with fellow members Johnny Gill, Ralph Tresvant, Michael Bivins, Ricky Bell and Ronnie DeVoe, Brown is optimistic about the reunion.

"All of us are psyched about it," he says.

The group hopes to rekindle some of the chemistry that sold more than 40 million records worldwide during their 10-album career. "We're grown men, and we're able to talk and argue and pray and laugh," Brown says. "There's a lot of laughter [because] we remember some of the crazy times, and it's just funny to us now that we were able to make it past all of those crazy times and be able to come together as grown men and make this business happen."

The festival kicks off July 1 and expects thousands to turn out for concerts by Usher, Jennifer Hudson, Kanye West, Mary J. Blige and more!

All eyes are on Beyoncé, whose new album 4 arrived in stores this week. Without a massive hit and a premature leak, just how will the superstar fare on the charts? Early sales predictions are in.

According to chart experts HITS Daily Double, B’s fourth offering is expected to debut at No. 1 with 275,000-300,000 copies in its first week based on preliminary figures. This would mark her fourth No. 1 solo debut on the Billboard 200. Her previous album, I Am… Sasha Fierce, opened with 482,000 in November 2008. These numbers are not final and are subject to change.

Beyoncé has been making high-profile appearances overseas this week to promote the project, which leaked three weeks in advance of its street date. She will return to the U.S. to perform on the “Good Morning America” Summer Concert Series on Friday.

Other debuts next week include Big Sean, whose G.O.O.D. Music/Def Jam release Finally Famous is approaching the 90,000-95,000 range.

Before heading round the world to Japan, globe trotter Lady Gaga filmed a set of performances for French TV show Taratata. The newly appointed Queen of Pop kept things simple while playing piano for “The Edge Of Glory” and “Hair” (with her long blue braids tied to a mini model of the Eiffel Tower). She picked up the pace with a dance routine for “Born This Way”, but while wearing a baggy men’s suit, calligraphy-looking eyeliner, blue eyebrows and a short blue bob, Gaga looked like comedian Paula Poundstone as a Cirque Du Soleil clown in the 1980s. Watch all the performances (and her interview) below.

Beyoncé gives viewers a glimpse into her private life in a new sneak peek for “Beyoncé: Year of 4,” her half-hour special airing tomorrow at 7 p.m. EST on MTV. Watch as the independent woman meets fans, bikes through the countryside, and conducts business. Mr. Carter even makes an appearance alongside his wife.

“It was very risky for me to step out on my own,” explains B. “Being a woman I want to set the example that it’s possible for us to own our own businesses and own our own record labels and sometimes we don’t reach for the stars. Sometimes we are satisfied with what people tell us we’re supposed to be satisfied with. And I’m just not going for it.”

There are 3.7 million Google results for Robert Pattinson looking "yummy."

But on Tuesday, that description could be taken quite literally.

The Twilight star was photographed in Toronto filming scenes for his upcoming drama Cosmopolis in which he gets ambushed, hit in the face with a pie, and then chases off photographers.

Cosmopolis, directed by David Cronenberg [History of Violence, Crash], follows multimillionaire Eric Parker, played by Pattinson, 25, who intially sets out to get a haircut, but ends up on a 24-hour odyssey across Manhattan.

The film, due out in 2012, also stars Jay Baruchel and Paul Giamatti.

Pop the bubbly (oh, who are we kidding — we’ve been drinking since 6 o’clock), because the very first season of NBC’s hit singing competition The Voice has come to a close, and family man Javier Colon is the winner! Big score for Adam Levine, especially since, according to iTunes over the past 24 hours, it was looking like Colon would come in second place after Blake Shelton’s shining star Dia Frampton. Lesson to be learned: never underestimate the phone votes.

The win is a sweet one for Colon, who had released two unsuccessful albums via Capitol Records in the previous decade before being dropped from the label. He is now the recipient of a $100,000 cash prize for winning The Voice, as well as the newest member of the Universal Republic roster (home of, among others, Colbie Caillat, Owl City, 3 Doors Down and Dev). Dia Frampton was the runner-up, technically, though this show doesn’t really give any awards to the #2 person (that we know of yet).

Throughout tonight’s hour-long results show, viewers were treated to duets between the Top 4 and established recording artists. The rundown: Team Cee Lo Green’s Vicci Martinez partnered up with Pat Monahan to perform 2001 single “Drops Of Jupiter” by Monahan’s band Train. This was followed by Javier teaming up with spellbinding rock legend Stevie Nicks for a duet of Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham’s classic “Landslide” (easily the best pair-up of the night).

Later came Beverly McClellan and Ryan Tedder’s “Good Life,” i.e. OneRepublic’s current single, and Dia Frampton and Miranda Lambert’s take on “The House That Built Me.” And, yes — Miranda is Blake Shelton’s wife. And Dia is Blake Shelton’s team member. And Blake said afterward that Dia is “like family” now. Awwwwwww.

We can’t say Javier’s win is totally surprising, as we pegged him as a frontrunner back when he auditioned ten weeks ago with a mesmerizing rendition of Cyndi Lauper’s #1 ballad “Time After Time.” (And I personally felt his original song, the Rodney Jerkins-produced “Stitch By Stitch,” was the standout of all four semi-finalists’ jams.)

Alright, enough of our rambling — we’re off to have another round in honor of Javier! Voice your opinion below and let us know if you think voters got it right by crowning him the winner of the very first season of The Voice.

Tinie Tempah connects with his pal from across the pond, Wiz Khalifa, in the video for “Till I’m Gone,” the Stargate-produced single from his U.S. debut Disc-Overy. Filmed around Los Angeles, the British rapper says adios to a girl who couldn’t cope with his success and decides to live his life in the moment, embracing his independence with celebrity pals Wiz and the Madden brothers.

Friday, June 17, 2011

There’s no hatching from eggs or controversial biblical themes in the video for Lady Gaga’s latest single “The Edge of Glory.” Instead, the only surprise is the lack of surprises. The pop megastar takes a simpler approach with her latest work, wearing the same studded Versace outfit and black-and-white wig throughout the entire clip as she cavorts outside a brick building resembling her New York apartment.

Clarence Clemons of the E Street Band, who recently suffered a stroke, plays the saxophone on a stoop as Gaga climbs the fire escape and dances on the sidewalk while pink lights illuminate the night sky.

Christina Aguilera (PCN)It came as something of a surprise when singer Christina Aguilera was confirmed to star on NBC's new reality competition The Voice. 

Aguilera had managed to steer clear of reality television for the entirety of her career, and she appeared to be suffering some personal problems in the wake of her divorce. But now it's clear that The Voice presented a financial opportunity that would have been nearly impossible to pass up: $225,000 an episode.

The Hollywood Reporter has revealed that Aguilera earns three times as much as castmates Adam Levine, Blake Shelton and Cee-Lo Green on the NBC show. This could help to explain some of the tension that makes the show so watchable: Aguilera is definitely getting the star treatment. It also explains why she gets so much screen time—NBC probably wants to get its money's worth.

Chris Brown keeps on dancing till the world ends in the finalized video for “Next 2 You,” the latest single from his No. 1 album F.A.M.E. The R&B superstar joins forces with fellow heartthrob Justin Bieber for an action-packed six minutes that tugs at the heartstrings.

The Colin Tilley-directed clip opens with Brown and Bieber enjoying time with their girlfriends. Soon after the apocalypse hits Earth, causing mass destruction and separating them from their loved ones. Breezy searches through the ravaged streets for his girl, but when he finds her, she is hit by a car and he must take a leap of faith to rescue her. Bieber’s story has a happy ending, but Chris’ future remains uncertain. Can love save the day?

Ashanti added some shiny accessories to her closet while shopping for jewelry at the Simone I. Smith Jewelry trunk show in support of LL Cool J’s wife at Shag in New York City. The R&B songstress recently chatted with Us Weekly about her upcoming fifth album.

“Single is coming out way sooner than you think,” she said of the undisclosed song, adding that it is not a ballad. She also shared two track titles from the project, “Paradise” and “She Can’t,” saying the new body of work was inspired by her time in Los Angeles and real-life experiences.

Are you excited for a new Ashanti album? Let us know!

Britney Spears (Getty)Pop superstar Britney Spears spent several hours Thursday night proving her critics wrong, serving up one of her flashiest shows yet at Sacramento's Power Balance Pavillion.

Spears, who weathered a fair amount of criticism for her use of pre-recorded vocal tracks during her "Circus" world tour not too long ago, even appeared to sing live through a couple of the numbers—with the aide of a backing track, naturally. Judging by videos uploaded to YouTube, Britney is sticking to the less-than-demanding choreography she used for Femme Fatale promotional appearances, but given the length of her set, we can't blame her. It didn't really matter: Britney fans were more than satisfied with the spectacle.

Nicki Minaj's opening act was not quite so impressive, according to Rolling Stone's report. Barry Walters wrote, "Although she's styled as a dance-pop diva, Minaj did little dancing — or singing, or even live rapping," later adding, "[As] a showcase for her considerable talents, her Thursday night performance lacked the commitment of her records."

Maybe she was just having trouble commanding the stage under the weight of her newest wig.

Also of note: During her performance of "Till the World Ends," Minaj's rap verse was presented in a pre-recorded video. Given that Minaj was likely still in the house, the choice to revert to a  recording was straight up weird.

Check out a video of Britney's opening night below!

Oprah Winfrey (Getty)Oprah Winfrey has landed some major scoops in her day, but she still has one interview she dreams of carrying out. 

At the National Cable & Telecommunications convention this week, Winfrey confessed she has a "dream of O.J. Simpson confessing to me" on her new network, OWN TV.

In 1995, former NFL great Simpson was found not guilty of the murders of his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ron Goldman, despite circumstantial evidence that suggested his involvement in their deaths.

WInfrey seems determined to score Simpson's confession, too, saying: "I am going to make that happen, people. I don't just want the interview. I want the interview on the condition that you are ready, Mr. Simpson."

It's hard to imagine what circumstances would possibly compel Simpson to admit to murder. He is currently serving a 33-year prison sentence for armed robbery and kidnapping.

Since Lady Gaga has been going against the grain of her own persona lately, what’s the complete opposite of wearing a crazy wig? How about wearing absolutely no hair at all? On the UK’s Paul O’Grady Show, the pop star donned a bald cap (at least we sure hope that’s a bald cap and not an homage to Brit’s less-stellar days) while performing her song “Hair” on a mop-topped piano. She finishes the ballad with wig placed back on her head, where it belongs. Watch below.

Gaga also recreated her new video while performing “The Edge Of Glory” and “You & I.” Does the new production of Rent in NY need a Mimi? We think Gaga is auditioning.

There have been whispers that Rihanna is already working on her next album. Now Ryan Seacrest confirms reports that the red-haired diva is back in the lab with a new project due later this year.

RiRi, who is currently making her way around the country on her “LOUD” tour, has plans to release her sixth album this fall. It would come as no surprise as she has put out five albums in the past five years, with her most recent project LOUD still spawning hit singles.

Seacrest spoke with the singer’s camp and made the announcement on his KIIS FM radio show. “We can confirm that Rihanna is currently working on material and will release a brand new album this fall,” he said, while also shooting down rumors that she is dating Drake.

Rihanna clarified Seacrest’s comments, alluding to a re-release of her latest album. “The #LOUDera continues with more new music to add to ur collection!!!” she explained.

Nicki Minaj (Getty)Coco loves to talk rear ends.

The glamour model built her reputation on her unbelievable curves, so it's only natural that, in interviews, conversations should steer towards her peers' derrières. When Perez Hilton chatted with Coco about her new reality television show, Ice Loves Coco, he took the time to ask her whether she believed Nicki Minaj's tush was natural.

Coco was surprisingly frank, telling Perez that Minaj had once admitted it was fake to her. Coco seemed to realize that she'd perhaps overshared, as she quickly uttered, "Okay I don't know...we're not even going to go there anymore!"

But then Coco explained, "You know what I say about a lot of stylists that work with me...They work with me, they touch my body, they're doing stuff all day long. So they're doing that same thing to Nicki MInaj and they're saying [her body is] a little bit different."

Nicki Minaj has been dodging butt enhancement rumors for years. She's always brushed off the reports, saying it didn't bother her: "People will pick anything to talk about, and that happens to be the thing at the moment. I love being a conversation piece."

Coco, for the record, swears her rear is the real thing.

JoJo captivated listeners with her risqué remix to “Marvin’s Room,” and now Teyana Taylor releases her emotional response to Drake’s song. On the fragile remake, a heartbroken Teyana sings away her sorrows, but finds the strength to move on from an ex-boyfriend who left her for another girl.

“Fuck that new girl that you love so bad/ I know you still think about the times we had/ I said fuck that new girl that you think you found/ But you’re calling me even when she’s around,” she sings, borrowing harmonies from Lauryn Hill’s “Ex-Factor.”

“I Made ‘Her Room’ for the ladies to relate to!” explained Teyana. “Feel it, it’s ok to cry!”

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Chris Brown puts his rhyme skills to the test in a newly released song and viral video, his collaboration with producer/DJ Hudson Mohawke. The ladies’ man doesn’t discriminate when it comes to his women, fantasizing about all types.

“To all my ladies looking so fine/ There’s just one thing that’s on my mind, your body,” he taunts while walking through the city streets at night.

“I travel the globe/ I’m ready to go, but first let me call my P.O.,” jokes Breezy, who is contemplating the release of a full hip-hop mixtape. Good or bad idea?

Chris Brown X Hudson Mohawke - Real Hip Hop Shit #2 from Mechanical Dummy on Vimeo.

Kelly Rowland is feeling frisky on “Lay It on Me,” a collaboration with Big Sean reportedly from her new album Here I Am, dropping July 26. On the piano-driven Hit-Boy production, Ms. Kelly commands, “Lay it on me, put it down on me/ Put your hands on my body.” The G.O.O.D. Music rapper drops a freshly recorded verse: “Call my d*ck curiosity ’cause it killed the cat/ And satisfaction brought it back.” Gets your hands all over the sexy track.

“Go,” in which Ferguson co-wrote with Lauren Seymour and multi-platinum producer Cameron Wallace (Beyonce “Upgrade You”), who also produced the track, sends a message of unapologetic self-empowerment.

Kevin McCall who was recently featured on the break-out hit “Deuces” by Chris Brown, which steadily climbed the Billboard Hot 100 and R&B Hip Hop charts in 2010 says, “I was so busy and the project almost never happened but I finally knocked out my part the night before the video shoot. The first time I saw her I instantly [knew] I was lucky to be a part of it.”  You will be seeing more of Jessica on

To hear “Go” and view all things Jessica, please visit and to purchase her debut single visit iTunes.

Big Sean serves up the visuals for “I Do it,” the second single from his debut Finally Famous. The Detroit spitter, who’s currently on tour with Wiz Khalifa, flaunts his riches in between zoomed in shots of his jewelry and face. Get up close and personal with G.O.O.D. Music’s newest star.

Beyoncé had people trippin’ over her. The international superstar made her way through France’s Nice Airport with her security and mother, Tina Knowles, in tow. Fans and photographers chased her for photos, including one excited young lady who took a fall while trying to get up close with her idol. A concerned B looked back at the girl, who got right back up. The singer has been rehearsing overseas for her upcoming festival gigs and will return to the U.S. to play the “Good Morning America” Summer Concert Series on July 1.