Neyo Takes Back Statements Made About Trey Songs

Neyo is taking back some things he said about a fellow entertainer in an interview. After offering some unsolicited advice HotNewHipHop News recently reported that, Ne-Yo has apologized to Trey Songz and admitted he was in the wrong.

Trey Songz is now on a media tour with his new album Chapter V hitting stores this week, and interviewers have been pestering him with questions about his relationship with Ne-Yo. The two singers began beefing after Ne-Yo offered some unwarranted constructive criticism for his R&B compatriot saying Trey Songz should show more emotion when he sings.

Sean “Diddy” Combs has recently released a trailer to debut his first documentary video with Revolt titled ‘IBIZA’. The trailer starts off with Diddy telling viewers how significant Ibiza’s been to his life.

“I started coming to Ibiza like 15 years ago, it changed my life.”


Stacy Dash recently shot the video for her new single “Life of the Party”, with a little help from The Las Vegas Natural History Museum. The actress-turned-singer is featured along with Blake Smith on Emcee N.I.C.E.’s new single “Life of the Party” and toofab has an exclusive look at the shoot as reported by thejasminebrand. Stacey and her crew  reportedly rented out the museum and a $10 million insurance policy to shoot the video.

Nicki Minaj May Not Become Next Judge on American Idol

So we recently told you that there were rumors that Nicki Minaj could be a judge on American Idol. There seems to be some complications now. Nicki apparently has some haters who are trying to stop her as reported by thejasminebrand. This is what some insiders from NYPOST had to say:

I recently got the opportunity to attend one of Atlanta’s fashion-forward red carpet events inside the historic Georgia Freight Depot for one of the most dynamic spectacular charity fashion shows of the season. Tastemakers, celebrities and supporters joined Polow da Don to celebrate his 5th anniversary of Zone 4 Inc., to commemorate Foundation F.O.C.U.S’  on their 3rd year of service and the 5th Annual Celebration 4 A Cause (C4AC) fundraiser.

Hosting the evening’s festivities were National Hot Rod Association driver, Nicole Lyons and C4AC Creative Director & Founder, Clay West. Quickly becoming a household name in the industry, Lyons has won four national NASCAR events in 2011, is poised to become the first African-American female NASCAR driver in 2012-2013 and has also been featured on FOX Sports’ Car Warriors on Speed TV.

Other celebrities who made a guest appearance during the event included: Zone 4, Inc. recording artist, Keri Hilson, reality TV star Toya Wright a F.O.C.U.S. 4 LIFE campaign ambassador who also premiered her women’s collection Adori Denim during the fashion show, singer Meelah Williams formerly of the platinum selling girls group 702, celebrity stylist and reality TV star, Derek J and model Yelena Leuchanka of the WNBA Atlanta Dream, just to name
a few.

C4AC media partner and publisher of Jones Magazine, Londell McMillan also joined the celebration. The evening kicked into full gear when R & B’s newest sensation, Luke James performed a soulful medley of familiar tunes and sang his debut single “I Want You” while Disney’s Next Big Thing teen stars, Chloe and Halle Bailey dedicated their rendition of the “Greatest Love of All” to all of the F.O.C.U.S. Honorees. READ MORE

New York State Senator Demands Apology From Lil Wayne

Lil Wayne isn’t feeling the love from one New York state senator. Malcolm A. Smith has demanded that the hip-hop star apologize for telling MTV News that he doesn’t like New York City. During a press conference Wednesday afternoon in the Big Apple’s Father Duffy Square, “The New York Times” reports that Smith said he was “angry,” “taken aback” and “shocked” by Weezy’s statement. READ MORE

2 Chainz Tops Billboard 200 With Debut Album

Two Chainz is celebrating a trip to the top of the Billboard 200. Nielsen SoundScan reports the rapper’s debut album “Based on a T.R.U. Story” sold 147-thousand copies last week, which was enough to put him at number one on the album tally. The emcee is the first hip-hop star to bow on top with a debut album since Mac Miller did it last November, and he’s only the third act from any genre to achieve the feat this year. READ MORE

LL Cool J Breaks Intruder’s Jaw, Talks New Album

It may not have been his mama this time around, but someone, or something, told LL Cool J to knock out the man who broke into his Los Angeles home early Wednesday morning.


According to the “Los Angeles Times,” police say the rapper and “NCIS: Los Angeles” star left the would-be burglar with a broken nose and jaw.



LL — whose real name is James Todd Smith — reportedly went downstairs around 1:00 a.m. to investigate a noise when the suspect came at him, leading to what sources called a “knock-down, drag-out” fight.



The unidentified suspect — whom police described as a transient — was taken to a nearby hospital for treatment.


Meanwhile, a rep for LL says he and his family are safe and “thank everyone for their thoughts and concern.” READ MORE