Trey Songz has a special message for his fans. On his 31st birthday (Nov. 28), the R&B Casanova born Tremaine Neverson pours his heart onto paper, revealing to every admirer (and perhaps, hater) the frame of mind he's in.
Selena Gomez dished on the struggles of her love life in an upcoming cover story of Instyle UK. "I hate it," she said. "It's hard and I'm weirded out by the idea that a guy has googled me before we meet, and that has happened."
Katy Perry's worn so many different kinds of costumes that, at this point, there's almost nothing she could wear that would shock her fans. She does her best to throw them for a loop in a new Instagram post, though, which is actually a vintage pic of her entire family (just in time for the holidays).
There are viral videos, and then there are viral videos. A pie review (yes, a pie review) for a Patti LaBelle-branded sweet potato pie (which is available in Walmart stores nationwide) has blown up over the past few weeks -- and to celebrate the video's success, LaBelle invited its author, James Wright, over for Thanksgiving.
Some of Missy Elliott's most iconic videos feature kids dancing to her always shimmy-worthy songs -- so it just makes sense that a whole new group of dancers would add some choreography to her comeback single, "WTF."
Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole are getting into the holiday spirit with a pair of complementary freestyles -- not only are they a gift to their fans, it seems almost like the two emcees are giving musical gifts to eachother.
The R&B star shared the 34-track mixtape, titled Before the Party, through social media on Black Friday (Nov. 27). The project features guest appearances by Rihanna, Fetty Wap, Wale and French Montana.
There's no record Rick Ross can't touch. After bombarding timelines with his own versions of popular tracks like Adele's "Hello," Post Malone's "White Iverson" and Drake and Future's "Jumpman," Rozay throws it back to 2009 for a remix of "In Da Club" from his foe, 50 Cent, for the #RenzelRemixes mixtape.