The stars weren’t confined to the basketball court during NBA All-Star Weekend. Pitbull rocked the stage during halftime of Sunday’s contest, and was joined by Chris Brown for a performance of their hit “International Love.”
Chris Brown also performed his new single “Turn Up the Music,” while Ne-Yo jumped on stage with Pitbull to perform their hit song “Give Me Everything.” Pitbull’s halftime performance also included his songs “Rain Over Me,” “Krazy,” and “I Know You Want Me.”
Nicki Minaj was also a performer on Sunday night. The hip-hop diva performed her songs “Moment 4 Life,” “Turn Me On,” “Starships” and “Super Bass” during the player introductions. Mary J. Blige was also on hand to sing the national anthem.
Saturday night’s all-star festivities also featured several big stars, with Flo Rida performing his latest hit “Good Feeling.” Sean “Diddy” Combs was also in the building, although he didn’t perform.(Check Out More Video And Photos Below) Read More »
He said he was gone do it and he did … Sean “Diddy” Combs is now an Academy Award winner. The hip-hop mogul’s documentary “Undefeated” won the Oscar on Sunday night for Documentary Feature. “Undefeated” beat out fellow nominees “Pina,” “Paradise Lost Three: Purgatory,” “If a Tree Falls: A Story of the Earth Liberation Front,” and “Hell and Back Again.” Following “Undefeated’s” victory, Diddy sent out an R-rated tweet to express his surprise. He also tweeted that “God is the greatest.”
Diddy is the executive producer behind “Undefeated.” The film looks at the struggles of a high school football program in North Memphis, Tennessee. The rap star recently told ETOnline.com that he too once dreamed of being a football player, which is why “Undefeated” “moved” him in such a personal way. The Oscars also honored Octavia Spencer of “The Help.” Spencer won the Best Supporting Actress award, extending a long winning streak for the role. The black-and-white silent film “The Artist” was named Best Picture. Its star Jean Dujardin won Best Actor and Meryl Streep received the Best Actress Oscar for “The Iron Lady.”
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Â Chris Brown is enjoying a triumphant return to the Grammys. The pop superstar won the first Grammy Award of his career on Sunday when his hit record “F.A.M.E.” took home Best R&B Album.
Â Winning wasn’t the only thing Chris was doing at the Grammys on Sunday night. The singer also delivered two performances. He first took the stage to perform his singles “Beautiful People” and “Turn Up the Music.” Chris then returned to the stage in a tribute to dance and electronica music that also featured Lil Wayne, David Guetta, and the Foo Fighters. Read More »
He wasn’t in the building, but that didn’t stop Kanye West from dominating Sunday night’s Grammy Awards. The hip-hop superstar swept the rap categories, as his single “All of the Lights” won Best Rap/Sung Collaboration and Best Rap Song. Kanye’s single with Jay-Z, “Otis,” won Best Rap Performance, while Kanye’s album “My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy” took home Best Rap Album. Chris Brown was also a winner on Sunday.
Making his return to the Grammys since his now infamous altercation with Rihanna in 2009, Chris won the first Grammy of his career with Best R&B Album for “F.A.M.E.” Cee Lo Green and Melanie Fiona’s “Fool For You” also had a successful night, winning Best Traditional R&B Performance and Best R&B Song.
Adele was the evening’s big winner overall. Her hit “Rolling in the Deep” won Record and Song of the Year, while her album “21″ claimed Album of the Year.
Â Sunday night’s ceremony also took a few moments to recognize Whitney Houston. Host LL Cool J began the ceremony by leading the audience in a prayer, while Jennifer Hudson delivered a performance of Whitney’s hit single “I Will Always Love You.” Rock legend Paul McCartney closed the show by dedicating his performance of “Golden Slumbers” and “Carry That Weight” to Whitney.
Â The late Etta James was also remembered on Sunday. Alicia Keys and Bonnie Raitt teamed up to perform James’ single “A Sunday Kind of Love.”
Other artists who performed on Sunday night included Rihanna, Nicki Minaj, and Chris Brown. The 54th Grammy Awards were handed out during a ceremony at Los Angeles’ Staples Center and broadcast live on CBS.
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Lil homie – YungÂ MieoÂ who shutÂ the city down in a big way with his concert at the Atlanta CivicÂ Center. Â Guests were lavished with Ice Sculptures, Red Carpet, DesertÂ Bars, and a party to die for which culminated with a live performanceÂ by YungÂ Mieo. Â The event celebrated the release of YungÂ Mieo’s new hitÂ single “Yes or No” which has school girls all over the country singingÂ the tune. Â At the age of 10, YungÂ MieoÂ is one of the hottest kidÂ sensations and is taking the music world by storm. Â Nearly a thousandÂ screaming fans packed into the Atlanta Civic Center’s PiedmontÂ Ballroom to see this rapping, singing, and dancing phenom perform hisÂ songs “Nothing Like You” featuring Skool Boy of the Rich Kids, “I’m AÂ Star”, and “LikeÂ Mieo”.
Â The event was hosted by Reginae Carter,Â daughter of Rapper Lil Wayne and Toya Carter of BET’s hit show “TinyÂ and Toya”. Â It was the hottest ticket in the city with screaming fansÂ chanting “YungÂ Mieo” and girls shaking profusely after receiving rosesÂ and teddy bears from the performing YungÂ Mieo.
This is nothing new for YungÂ Mieo. Â Since coming onto the scene, YungÂ MieoÂ has been changing the game gaining kid fans all over the world. Â His positive message to kids that â€œYou can stay in school,Â be respectful, make straight Aâ€™s and be still be cool” is resonatingÂ with kids and parents where ever he goes. Â YungÂ MieoÂ has visitedÂ countless schools, community centers, malls, and radio stationsÂ pushing his NO BULLYING message and charming crowds with his adorableÂ smile and fun-loving music. Â His latest video â€œNothing Like You,â€Â which debuted on BETâ€™S 106 & Park this year, is a great example of hisÂ efforts to get the word out about bullying. Shout-out to his DJ one of the top kid Dj’s in the country, K.J. A.KA. Â
My girl Mzshyneka.com was in the building.Â YungÂ Mieo’s “I’m A Star” video which was recently shot in AtlantaÂ starring actors Pooch Hall, David Mann and Kel Mitchell is set forÂ release in the coming months. Read More »