Posts Tagged ‘iHeartRadio’
“Tha Kid from tha ‘Ville” has been having an exciting 24 hours to say the least. With the release of his second collab “Crooked Smile” featuring R&B/Pop’s legendary female groups TLC, the buzz is growing to what could quite possibly make the release of J.Cole’s highly anticipated sophomore album “Born Sinner” one of the most memorable albums of 2013. Cole wasted no time showcasing the new track to the world at an iHeartRadio Event in New York City last night. To peep the performance, click above, and don’t forget to cop “Born Sinner” set to hit shelves on June 18th. (more…)Read More
To spread a bit of holiday cheer, the Ruff Ryder himself, DMX accepted the challenge of singing “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” Not only did he rise to the occasion by reciting all of the lyrics word-for-word, but he added a beat and his own touch the only way DMX can. Most of us can probably do a great impersonation of how this would go, but click above and see for yourself. Happy Holidays from the Team Civil!Read More
There aren’t too many ways to top a live Mary J. Blige performance. But one of the few ways to make Mary’s greatness greater, is to match it with the greatness of Prince. Prince joined Mary J on stage at the iHeartRadio Music Festival last night for a performance of “Nothing Compares 2 U.” Check out the performance above.
Ne-Yo sat down with iHeartRadio to reflect on Michael Jackson’s death, and their plans to work together. At last year’s BET Awards, Ne-Yo covered MJ’s “The Lady In My Life”, and has often regarded him as one of his greatest influences.
On June 25th, 2009, Michael Joseph Jackson, the King of Pop, passed awayâ€¦the internet crashed, and people across the globe joined together to mourn the loss of the greatest entertainerâ€¦ever.
Its hard to believe that itâ€™s even been a year, but since his death, Michael Jackson has sold over 9 Million albums, which proves that his legacy will never die. His music is a timeless representation of what passion, love and dedication can do for any career. While there is still some speculation surrounding the circumstances of his death and the decisions he made in his personal life, I think most people would agree that he always gave his fans 110% when performing, and took great pride in releasing quality music.Read More