The sequel to one of the biggest old skool hits, “The Best Man called The Best Man Holiday, which features Taye Diggs, Nia Long, Morris Chestnut, Harold Perrineau, Terrence Howard, Sanaa Lathan, Monica Calhoun, Melissa De Sousa and Regina Hall reprise the roles that helped propel their careers 14 years ago. This comedy sequel centers on a group of college friends who reunite nearly 15 years later during the holiday season. New Problems,New Love and the same cast you first fell in love with.
“The Best Man Holiday” arrives in theaters on Nov. 15.
Roger Bobb and Love and Hip Hop Reality TV Star Erica Dixon
TV One’s Network’s Rickey Smiley Show just completed 27 episodes for their 2nd season. There was a lot of laughter, special guest stars, and you will definitely see some familiar faces when the show debuts July 21st. Ray J surely is a great compliment/co-star to Rickey Smiley and J Anthony Brown.
After taping 27 episodes the cast was ready to relax and get their party on to the tunes of DJ Fadelf on the turn tables and the taste of Courvoisier Cocktails.
Actor/Singer/CEO Ray J – Executive Producer Roger Bobb (This looks like a real Big Brother Picture)
Sorry Baby Daddy is a hot song and I know yall are thinking “I am wrong for posting this on fathers day but look at it this way; Some baby daddy’s are saying “I’m sorry” on Father’s Day as they reflect on what could have been a better year. Dookie Blu summed it up pretty good Read More »
During a recent promo tour, Atlantic/CBE recording artist Sevyn Streeter paid a visit to the Detroit high school that was attended by the late singer Aaliyah. After the visit to the school, Streeter was inspired to pen an open letter to Aaliyah which she posted on her blog:
“From the bottom of my heart, I want to say THANK YOU & I LOVE YOU because you taught me it’s sexy to be cool and it’s cool to just be you!”
Streeter also paid tribute to her music idolby performing her own stirring rendition of Aaliyah’s 2003 hit “Come Over”.
You can check out Streeter’s acoustic performance of “Come Over“ below:
Kudos to Sevyn Streeter for paying homage to Aaliyah through the beautifully written open letter and her performance of Aaliyah’s“Come Over”.Aaliyah has always been one of my favorite artists and does not always get the props and respect that she deserves. Streeter’s tribute to Aaliyah was well done and very befitting.
What do you think of Sevyn Streeter’s version of “Come Over”?