Wiz Amber And Baby In Tow At The Grammy’s

Wiz , Amber, and Baby in tow for the Grammy's

This was the first Grammy’s that I can recall eye balling so may rappers. Wiz and a very pregnant Amber Rose made their grand entrance and I must say besides Amber looking like she’s carrying quintuplets she looked beautiful.

Pregnancy does agree with her, now for Wiz I don’t know~ he’s usually on point he looked good in his clothes but that hair smh……needed some work…check it out and weigh in.

Wiz And Amber in their black and white ensemble At The Grammy's

Nicki Minaj Talks About Grammy Snub


A day in the life of Nicki Minaj and her talking head…….Nicki claims that she was snubbed for a Grammy due to known forces that she didn’t want to divulge yet…….

I’m thinking hmmmm trying to follow in Lady Gaga’s footsteps won’t quite get her there. Due to something she lacks besides the blonde awful lace fronts and the eccentric ish. Something only a Jackson could change…. any who I digress.

Nicki or at least one of those personalities told the Associated Press

“I think that the Grammys had a different reason [for not nominating me] that I do not want to discuss. And that’s just between me and them. But I respect their organization and I’ll get a Grammy eventually. I’m not worried about it.”

“I’ve gotten tons of awards and I believe when it’s my time to get a Grammy, I’ll get a Grammy.”

She also had this to say,

“I understand that artists and critics make a big deal over the Grammys. But when I go to my shows and I’m selling out arenas in London, and when I’m in Australia and Japan, there aren’t any Grammys there,” she said. “There are human beings who I’ve touched. There are human beings who are inspired by me, who I love dearly. And that’s what my career is based on.”

Mjj wants to know Did the Grammy’s snub her for last year’s awful Damien production or is it all made up in Nicki’s one dimensional head?




Melanie Fiona Video In The Making With Omari Hardwick and Lorenz Tate

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Melanie Fiona has that IT factor, the look, the voice, and the delivery….. she nails it every time. Melanie is in session for the making of her video for the heart wrenching single “Wrong Side Of A Love Song”. If you haven’t heard this song {click here} take time to listen to it, relax, and relate.

The video for this Grammy nominated song is on it’s way and her love interest is the ever so fine actor, spoken word Verses & Flow, Omari Hardwick. The video director is our own Love Jones power house Lorenz Tate.

There’s a plethora of talent working on this project and the soulful song in it’s own right deems for a must see video for the new year.

Check Out a video clip via Singersroom………..Ladies Omari and Lorenz Tate, a damn good treat….


Can you see and feel the chemistry ?????



Chris Brown Grammy Award Winner, just dropped a new video for ” Turn Up The Music ” off  his album Fortune due in March, and he did that and then some. Breezy is dancing his asz off over Techno beats and it’s electrifying. He has tapped into some Michael Jackson inspired scenes and moves.

Breezy got the beat on lock as he travels filled with spirits to the baddest party on the planet and all he’s asking you to do is feel the beat, let your mind go, and turn it up as high as it and you can go.

Check Out the Video and I hope it inspires you to expedite your plans for tonight, put your best on and head to the baddest party in town and catch the rave!!!!!!

He Killed this sh!t once again Team Breezy

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Chris Brown made his return to the Grammys on Sunday night, taking the stage for an anticipated performance and even picking up a Best R&B Album trophy for F.A.M.E.. Some fans were delighted to see Brown back at the awards show, but more than few detractors had negative words to throw at Breezy. In response, he took to Twitter in a rant that has now been erased, taking aim at his critics.


Brownwent off on the people who questioned whether he deserved to be at the show three years after he missed his scheduled performance due to his assault
 on then-girlfriend Rihanna on the eve of the 2009 awards.


“HATE ALL U WANT BECUZ I GOT A GRAMMY Now! That’s the ultimate F**K OFF!” Brown tweeted on Tuesday in a widely reported screed that has since been deleted, but was preserved by the Mashable site. The site reported that a trending topic during the Grammy show was “wife beater” in reference to Brown.


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“Strange how we pick and choose who to hate!” Brown reportedly wrote. “Let me ask u this. Our society is full of rappers (which I listen to) who have sold drugs (poisoning). But yet we glorify them and imitate everything they do. Then right before the worlds eyes a man shows how he can make a Big mistake and learn from it, but still has to deal with day to day hatred! You guys love to hate!!! But guess what???”


An unnamed source said to be close to Brown denied that the singer posted the comments himself, telling Radar Online that “someone does his postings on Twitter and when he saw that he ordered it taken down immediately.” A spokesperson for Brown could not be reached for comment at press time.


Brown’s angry response came after a number of celebrities expressed disappointment that the singer performed twice on the Grammy broadcast. Among them were country star Miranda Lambert, who wrote, “I don’t get it. He beat on a girl … not cool that we act like that didn’t happen.” She suggested that Brown needed to listen to her track “Gunpowder and Lead” (about a woman getting ready to kill her abusive husband) and “be put back in his place. Not at the Grammys.”


Jack Osbourne was not impressed either, tweeting, “Chris Brown … people don’t forget! #chrisbrownbeatswomen,” while singer Michelle Branch wrote, “Trying not to go off on a rant but … Chris Brown … *bites tongue* have we forgiven him?”


Brown has struggled to express himself in public before, often doing more harm than good in interviews and on Twitter, where he has been forced several times to delete a string of previous angry screeds. He reigned it in while winning an award at the show, though, humbly thanking his fans and the Academy for inviting him back to the Grammys and putting on two of his typically high-energy, dance-focused performances.


In another Tweet that has since been deleted, Brown wrote after his win for Best R&B album, “people who make mistakes and learn from them are ROLE MODELS too. I’m just happy to inspire growth and positivity.”


After a number of music critics and op-ed writers questioned the logic of having Brown return to the Grammy stage, Recording Academy president Neil Portnow defended the decision on Monday, saying the Academy’s voting helps dictate the content of the show. “If we’re going to get in trying to personally evaluate artists in terms of their personal lives, that’s a slippery slope that we wouldn’t want to get into,” he said.


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Soul singer Adele triumphed in her return to music’s stage on Sunday, scooping up six Grammys and winning every category in which she was nominated including album of the year for “21″ and best record with “Rolling In the Deep.”

As joyous as the show was for Adele, it was equally as serious with tributes to late pop star Whitney Houston, who died suddenly on Saturday. She was remembered by fellow artists in acceptance speeches and songs. Jennifer Hudson sang Houston’s signature hit, “I Will Always Love You,” and Grammy host LL Cool J offered a prayer for Houston’s family, friends and fans.

But it was Adele who stole the show. The 23-year-old, who has taken the music world by storm, underwent surgery on her vocal cords late last year and had been resting her voice on doctor’s orders until music’s biggest night. For the first time since then, the British singer took the stage to belt out “Rolling In the Deep” and finished to a standing ovation.

Adele claimed three of the music industry’s top awards – album, record and song of the year – and added best pop solo performance, pop vocal and short video to her stack of trophies.

Tearing up and having difficulty speaking as she took the stage to claim the night’s top award, album of the year, Adele talked about “21″ and its heartfelt songs dreamed up after a failed love affair.

“This record is inspired by something that is really normal and everyone’s been through it, just a rubbish relationship, and it’s gone on to do things I can’t tell you how I feel about it, it’s been the most life-changing year.”

Indeed, her sophomore album has sold more than 6.3 million copies in the United States and broken many sales records, including spending 19 weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard album chart. Now it can add the Grammys to its many accolades.

Rockers Foo Fighters were the other big winners, picking up five Grammys including best rock performance for the hit “Walk.”

“This is a great honor because this record was a special record for our band. Rather than go to the best studio … we made this one in my garage with some microphones and a tape machine,” said frontman Dave Grohl. “It shows that the human element of making music is what’s most important.”

But as jubilant as the audience was for Adele and as much as Foo Fighters rocked the house, Grammy organizers were equally as serious about Houston, whose body was found in the bathtub of her Beverly Hills hotel room. The cause is still unknown.

Host LL Cool J took the stage and offered a prayer for Houston, her fans and her family. “Although she is gone too soon, we remain truly blessed by her musical spirit,” he said.


Grammy organizers give out awards in more than 75 categories and many early winners mentioned Houston. Singer Melanie Fiona, who won with Cee Lo Green for traditional R&B performance for “Fool For You,” said she was inspired by the singer.

“Whitney Houston, I would not be standing up here if not for you,” Fiona said. Backstage, she told reporters her mother had rocked her in the cradle to Houston’s songs when she was a baby.

Other major Grammy winners included country’s Taylor Swift, who picked up Grammys for solo performance and country song with “Mean,” which she performed to a standing ovation. She had been expected to take best country album, too, but Lady Antebellum swooped in and took that prize with “Own the Night.”

The other big surprise came when indie folk band Bon Iver took the Grammy for best new artist over rapper Nicki Minaj, who had been widely expected to win behind hit album “Pink Friday.”

DJ Skrillex won two Grammys for best dance recording and top dance/electronica album with “Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites.”

Jay-Z and Kanye West won best rap performance with their song “Otis” from the album “Watch the Throne,” but they failed to show up to claim their prize. Chris Brown won the Grammy for best R&B album “F.A.M.E.”

West entered the night with seven nominations, more than any other artist, but came away with the Grammy for “Otis” and another for best rap album with “My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy.”

Rousing performances were given by Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, Chris Brown, Coldplay and Rihanna, Jason Aldean and Kelly Clarkson. Alicia Keys and Bonnie Raitt sang a duet of “A Sunday Kind of Love” from Etta James, who also died in 2012.

Minaj gave fans an over-the-top performance toward the show’s final act, and Sir Paul McCartney ended in a guitar-heavy number with Springsteen, Grohl and others. Memorable moments came in a reunion of members of the Beach Boys and a lifetime award for Glen Campbell, who sang “Rhinestone Cowboy.”

Finally, one of the show’s more poignant moments came early in the day when Mitch and Janis Winehouse, parents of the late singer Amy Winehouse who died of excessive drinking in 2011, accepted the award for best pop duo or group performance – Amy Winehouse and Tony Bennett for “Body and Soul.”

“Long live Whitney Houston. Long live Amy Winehouse and long live Etta James,” Mitch Winehouse said, referring to the “At Last” singer who died earlier this year. “There’s a beautiful girl band up there.





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Jennifer Hudson paid tribute to Whitney Houston at the Grammy’s last night singing “I Will Always Love You“. Jennifer gave an emotional rendition of the song, trying to fight back the tears, she was unable to hit the high notes.

Jennifer Hudson still delivered a beautiful performance. It was draining emotionally for me to sit there and listen to it, so I can just imagine how hard it would be performing it. Jennifer looked poised as she stood under the portrait of Whitney Houston. I am quite sure she made Whitney proud.

Take a look at the J-Huds performance

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