Weinstein has been convicted of criminal sexual assault in the first degree, based on the testimony of former Project Runway production assistant Miriam Haley, and rape in the third degree, based on the testimony of one-time aspiring actress Jessica Mann.
Major contributors to arguably the best era of R&B music, the 90s, Dru Hill sets the record straight on everything from their rise, new members and industry challenges on TV ONE‘s “Unsung”. The legendary quartet of hits like “Tell Me”, “In My Bed” and “Beauty” had all the charisma, harmony and stage presence it took to make it to the top and stay. They are still here and consistently hitting the stage with their unmatched sound.
We spoke with Nokio to get his thoughts on the group’s journey. See what he had to say below.
True To The Game II, a Manny Hally production, officially picks up a year after the first installment of True to the Game, following the lives of the characters affected by Quadir’s murder. Separating herself from Philly’s dangerous scene, Gena has reinvented herself as a journalist, living and working in NYC. Quickly growing in her company Gena is sent on assignment to LA for a career changing story. Though Gena is far from home, her life in Philly seems to always make an appearance. Someone from Quadir’s circle has avenged his death with a hit on Jerrell’s crew members, reigniting another war between the two crews. Jerrell is determined to get paid by any means necessary and he’ll start with Gena.
Check out the official trailer here!
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Four childhood friends from Baltimore – Sisqo, Nokio, Jazz, and Woody took the music industry by storm in the ’90s with a combination of old school vocal harmonies and effortless charisma. And when their debut album produced four top charting singles – “Tell Me”, “In My Bed”, “Never Make a Promise”, and “Five steps” – Dru Hill positioned themselves as a group destined for major success. And they got an extra boost with the remarkable popularity of Sisqo’s solo records. But despite a bounty of top ten hits, the group was bedeviled by clashes with their record label, one of which culminated in a public brawl, and internal problems within the group, including drug abuse and weight issues, which ultimately resulted in the departure of two members. For all that, Dru Hill keeps on keeping on, and remains one of the most beloved singing groups performing today. In this Unsung episode, they tell the full story of their long and winding journey.
Erykah Badu Tells The Rickey Smiley Show Why She Created Incense That Smells Like Her Lady Parts
“It’s called Badu…- i can’t say it on the radio i don’t think because my grandmother not sleep – but it’s called “Badussy”.
While true fans are akin to the Houston songstress’ mystic titles and unicorn endeavors – like ‘Fat Belly Bella’, aka ‘Badulla Oblongata’, aka ‘Sara Bellum’, aka ‘Analogue Girl in a Digital World’, aka @FatBellyBella, aka ‘SHE ILL’, and ‘Manuela Maria’ Mexico’ – newbie fans now have the chance to experience her divine feminine essence by ordering her new incense fragrantly endowed with the aroma of Erykah’s (many pair of) panties!
The singer spills on the Rickey Smiley Show that she has been experimenting with this scent for a while. As a mother of three and certified Doula, Badu is a Master of the Feminine arts.
“Yea and you walk in a room and have this kind of aroma, it makes everything in the world right!” Badu.
Back in 2014, Badu famously let her secret to a sweet tasting vagina…
When asked where she got her inspiration from [at the 2:34 mark] a witty Mz. Badu charismatically details how “Ricky’s mom did” and that they had met in the penitentiary back in ’88 when they were ‘doing numbers’. This interview is a MUST listen as Erykah and Rickey exchange hilarious stories of encounters with each other’s Mothers!
Uptown Ventures Group, the parent company of Uptown Magazine, kicked off Oscar week with their annual event, LexusUptown Honors Hollywood, at NeueHouse Hollywood last night. Celebrity guests gathered to honor Power Player Women within the film industry.
(NASHVILLE, TN) – January 31, 2020 – Syleena Johnson, affectionately known as “The Queen of Chicago,” GRAMMY-nominated singer/songwriter and host of TV One’s daytime talk show, Sister Circle Live, releases a brand new album entitled WOMAN today available at all major digital retailers. The album is preceded by the Urban AC single, “I Deserve More” impacting radio now.
Washington, DC based Beauty Expert, Ja’Nesce Bradford has undeniably created multiple lanes for herself as a successful Makeup Artist and Hairstylist. From NBC Universal to the NBA, from bridal to special effects, Bradford’s extensive experience has landed her clients such as TD Jakes, Maxine Waters and Bill Nye (yes, the science guy).