Look out Amber Rose, Nicki Minaj is trying to out twerk you. The rap queen recently caused pandemonium on Instagram again with her booty-shaking moves.
The rapper-actress posted two 15-second videos of herself twerking to what appears to be a trap beat from a new song. Although we can’t see her face, we definitely can see her butt as she winds to the infectious groove.
“This aint me. It’s a friend of mine,” she writes.
Yeah, right. You can’t fool us Nicki, we know it’s your booty.
Of course, the Young Money starlet’s twerking brought the thirst to her ‘Gram.
The ‘Revolver Golden Gods’ just concluded, but there’s another hard rocking awards ceremony on the horizon. Rock magazine ‘Alternative Press’ will hold their inaugural awards ceremony at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, located on the shore of Lake Erie in Cleveland.
The AP Music Awards will take place July 21 and will be hosted by Blink-182 frontman Mark Hoppus. The event will feature a performance lineup that includes Joan Jett & the Blackhearts, Fall Out Boy, the Misfits, A Day to Remember, All Time Low, Panic! At the Disco’s Brendon Urie, Asking Alexandria and Twenty One Pilots. Organizers also revealed that more performers may be added and a few surprise guests are in store.
The evening will also include 15 awards, including Album of the Year, Artist of the Year and a special Lifetime Achievement Award presented by Victory Records. Nominees in each of the categories can be seen below. You can vote for your favorites at www.altpress.com/apmas, with voting coming to an end on July 15.
This summer is bound to be incredible, especially with so many of our favorite pop acts hitting the road! One Direction, Austin Mahone, Little Mix and Fifth Harmony are all going on tour this summer, and we are super pumped to see them all in concert. But with so many incredible acts, there’s bound to be one that just makes you a tiny bit more excited than the rest. It’s a tough choice, but here ya go: Whose summer tour are you most psyched to see?
The guys of One Direction are embarking on their Where We Are World Tour this spring, and it’s going to be unbelievable for so many reasons. As if the guys weren’t swoon-worthy enough, they recently just released their ‘You and I’ music video, and you know they’re looking good in that vid. Plus, we just saw the first pictures of their tour stage, and it is beyond enormous — which leaves plenty of room for Harry, Niall, Liam, Louis and Zayn to perform and even kick up some awesome hijinks.
Austin Mahone recently announced his 2014 tour dates, and he will travel across the U.S. beginning this July in support of his much-anticipated full-length album, ‘The Secret.’ Mahone’s tour will not disappoint, as the Vamps, Fifth Harmony, Shawn Mendes and Alex Angelo will also open on select dates. Amazing!
It’s hard to believe it’s been over 20 years since The Roots made their debut. Questlove, Black Thought, and the rest of the legendary crew show no signs of slowing down as they gear up to release their 11th album …and then you shoot your cousin.
Due May 19, the follow-up to 2011′s Undun features 12 tracks including the single “When the People Cheer,” which debuted earlier this month.
In between their nightly appearances on “The Tonight Show,” the band will jam with some famous friends at Hot 97′s Summer Jam on June 1 and the BET Experience in L.A. on June 28.
With his album Honest in stores, Future sat down with Elliott Wilson in his hometown of Atlanta earlier this week for his CRWN interview series. The self-proclaimed “king of turn up” discussed everything from his relationship with fiancée Ciara to his many collaborators including Kanye West and Nicki Minaj, who he worked with on “Rockstar Life.”
While the record didn’t make his album because George Michael did not approve the sample, he still wants to release it in the future, possibly on the Freeband Gang compilation.
He also revealed how he inspired Drake’s “Started From the Bottom” and how they mended their issues to collaborate on “Never Satisfied.” “It’s bigger than that for me. It’s always been about the music,” said Future.
He once again addressed the confusion surrounding Beyoncé’s “Drunk in Love.” He was in the studio with Detail, who asked him to help out with the record, which inspired his Honest outtake “Good Morning.” He planned to put that on his album in November, but Beyoncé beat him to it and released her surprise album in December.
British singer Hannah Diamond feels and sounds like a pop star on “Attachment,” but with something slightly off. There’s the odd music-box melody, slight pitch-shifting to her voice, and those glistening/glitching beats that are so polished they give off sun glare. Then there’s the faint sadness of the starry-eyed hook as Diamond lovingly sings, “Though I love you baby, it feels kind of crazy every time you see me I’m on my own/ Feeling better really, I can see you clearly now I’ve saved you as a picture on my phone,” before her voice warps and spirals off into electronic chirps, losing any human quality. Right there with SOPHIE’s demolishing 2013 single “BIPP,” “Attachment” is bubblegum hyperreality and absolutely stunning for it. Listen and download it below.