On Thursday, the hip-hop couple released their new single “Konclusions,” in which YG professes his love for the singer while boasting about their sex lives.
“Konclusions” arrives more than five months after YG and Kehlani publicly confirmed their relationship. Toward the end of 2019, however, the couple hit a rough patch and seemingly called it quits after YG was hit with cheating allegations.
“I am single. and focused,” Kehlani wrote in a since-deleted December tweet.
Fast-forward to early February, when YG unveiled his new wrist tattoo dedicated to Kehlani. The SweetSexySavage artist shared a photo of the ink in an Instagram story, essentially confirming they were working things out. And fans couldn’t have been any happier.
Justin Bieber still doesn’t really get the credit he’s earned. The string of celebrity relationships, the bad-boy behavior, the tattoos and ever-evolving hair styles and hues — all these things have had a tendency to distract from the obvious, which is: That boy can sing. He’s a blue-eyed soul stirrer who somehow always has avoided sounding like a white guy trying to pass for black. His R&B tendencies are natural and unforced and, most importantly, never gratuitously flashy. And he’s never sounded better than he does on “Changes,” his fifth studio album.
He’s never felt better, either, from all indications. “Changes” is the sound of a reformed romantic closing the blinds to shut out the world, then spending a long weekend in bed with the object of his affection, coming up with different ways to say “You complete me.” And therein lie its limitations: For as many ways as there are to say “You complete me,” Bieber keeps skimming their surface. His voice and the production are flawless, and his soul is in the right place — but there’s something airless about the album, too, like he could have left the window open a crack to let some sunshine in. For a Valentine’s Day album about love in bloom, it sounds surprisingly serious and dark, with a one-track-mind.
In the decade since Bieber burst onto the scene, the Canadian singer-songwriter has shown demonstrable growth as both a vocalist and a recording artist, never releasing the same album twice. Over the course of five studio sets, including the 2011 holiday collection “Under the Mistletoe,” each new one has sounded entirely different from the one that preceded it. That’s partly because Bieber always has been so in step with the ever-changing pop times that each release has become a sort of sonic time capsule of the era in which it was created.
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Miguel’s fiancee Nazanin Mandi has been busy showing off her engagement ring on the ‘gram. And she’s totally glowing. Peep her rock inside….
Just a few weeks ago, it was reported Miguel finally popped the question to his longtime girlfriend (of 10 years) Nazanin Mandi. And now, Nazanin is flossing her stunning engagement ring on the ‘gram.
After a luxurious #BAEcation in the Dominican Republic to celebrate the New Year, there was talk that the Wildheart singer had popped the question to his lady. Neither of the two has confirmed the news, but Nazanin has been posting up Instagram shots showing off her fabulous new rock:
Before he popped the question, the R&B crooner opened up in an interview with Hot 97 last year on why he hadn’t asked Nazanin’s hand in marriage. He said, “I think I’ve come so far as a man and I’m just starting to feel solid where I can be like, ‘You know what? I think I can hold this down legitimately.’ I think now people throw things around like marriage. I just wasn’t raised like that.”
He continued, “I just follow my instincts. I think she’s learned that and she’s had to adjust and had to learn and also embrace. And I love her more for that.”
Looks like he’s ready to commit to her for life now.
The happy couple was spotted for the first time since news of their engagement leaving Bardot nightclub in Hollywood earlier this week. Cute.
Trey Songz released his most recent album, Trigga, in 2014, then re-loaded it with “Slow Motion” and more for a re-release this past April, but his music output isn’t slowing up in the slightest. Trey dropped a holiday mixtape, To Whom It May Concern, featuring Dave East, and production from guys like Illangelo and DJ Mustard. Today, he released a video for his lengthy collaboration with the Harlem upstart–signed to Nas‘ Mass Appeal Records just under 2 years ago–which also features DJ Drama and MikexAngelo, “Everybody Say.”
The Jon J directed video begins with DJ Drama giving a few words, saying “Y’all be all on that he say she say shit, man. Yeah, we hear you talking.” Ladies favorite, Dave East drops his fire bars as Trigga flaunts his gold grills, stacks of cash and women.