Kreayshawn's 'Gucci Gucci' turned her into an Internet sensation, and the music world is patiently waiting to find out whether she's worth all of the hype. The Oakland, Calif., native has yet to drop a follow-up track that has come close to the success of the aforementioned single, but according to producer-songwriter J
There's no denying that DJ Khaled is very fond of his talents. Just about every song he releases raises his status in the game, but the sought after producer is actually much more humble than his song titles would have you believe.
With a career spanning well over four decades, Charlie Wilson might just be R&B music's foremost authority on career longevity. He started out as the lead singer of the Gap Band and after a bumpy ride riddled with addiction problems, Wilson has gone on to find solo success.
"I try real hard," Wilson tells The BoomBox. "First of a
There's no denying that Amber Rose loves the spotlight, and the spotlight seems to love her. Whether it's her eclectic fashion sense or fondness for rappers, the Philly native is nothing if not entertaining.
Beyonce has been wrapped up with all things Blue Ivy Carter as of late, but music is still on her mind. Last week, Mrs. Carter made her first public appearance since giving birth to support Jay-Z's Carnegie Hall charity concert in New York City. Now it appears that
Even though she was a singer, Whitney Houston's death has also touched the hearts of the hip-hop community. While attending the 54th annual Grammy Awards Sunday (Feb. 12), rappers Rick Ross and Wiz Khalifa openly expressed
Melanie Fiona had a lot to be thankful for at this year's Grammy Awards. Before winning the trophies in the Best R&B Song and Traditional R&B Vocal Performance categories -- both for her feature on Cee Lo Green's 'Fool For You' -- the Canadian songstress was numb with grief over the death of her idol, Whitney Houston.
Rev. Run, RZA and DJ Khaled all shared stories of how they found success in music at this year's BMI 'How I Wrote The Song' panel pre-Grammy event at the Key Club in Hollywood, Calif. Saturday (Feb. 11).
Moderated by BMI Vice President of Writer-Publisher Relations Catherine Brewton, and open to the public, each of the panelist
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