The 2013 NBA All-Star Game was filled with many celebrity appearances, ranging from Drake, Lil Wayne, 2 Chainz, Jay-Z, and pre-game performer, Ne-Yo. He performed some of his material before the players were introduced, as well as during the player introductions.
After the performance, many took to the social media sites to express their feelings on his performance, and some were very critical. I watched the performance live, and was not very impressed by it, as was the case with the friends that were with me (so I wasn’t the only one). Well, Ne-Yo himself took to Twitter to send out a very stern message to those haters:
As he did with his breakout 2009 album One Love producer David Guetta is following up his smash Nothing but the Beat album with Nothing but the Beat 2.0, which will be dropping on September 06 and will feature six new tracks. The first being “She Wolf,” (ft. Sia) which dropped last week. Three more tracks leaked tonight, one of which being “Work Hard,” which features Ne-Yo and Akon (who can’t seem to come up with a decent song unless it’s Guetta assisted). The track sample’s Alice Dee Jay’s “Better Off Alone,” and definitely sounds like a hit song.
It’s New Music Tuesday, and we have some R&B for you! From the soundtrack to the movie based on Steve Harvey’s book, Act Like A Woman, Think Like A Man. The song is Jennifer Hudson and Ne-Yo “Think Like a Man” (ft. Rick Ross), and ScHoolboy Q’s “Blessed” featuring Kendrick Lamar.
Growing competition in the television talent show department, may be the cause for this, but NBC’s, The Voice, has beefed up their show with some heavy hitters and legends in the music industry to their already stacked, and diverse coaching staff. These additions also make my idea of having The Voice coaches, and advisers perform at halftime of the Super Bowl, which the new season will debut directly after.
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