Teyana Taylor Invites You Into “Her Room”

Budding singer, actress and all around socialite, Teyana Taylor, has just released the viral video for her female take on Drake’s new single “Marvin’s Room.”

Titled “Her Room,” Teyana says her version is meant to uplift and tell the side of a break-up from a woman’s point video.

The clip is directed by TAJ, and features a scantily clad Teyana doing all she can to give Ciara some competition in best body department.

Give the video a once over below and let us know what you think.

Janelle Monae Attends ’29 Rooms’ Premiere


Janelle Monae Designs for Refinery 29

If you thought Janelle Monae’s best fashion days were behind her, think again. The Electric Lady performer hit up the premiere of Refinery29’s 29 Rooms showcase in New York City last night, where she not only showed up, but showed out. The recently turned 32 chanteuse wowed photogs in an eye-catching Minnie-Mouse meets Space Barbie get-up, which she paired with simple Spiga boots and a clutch from the Charlotte Olympia Multi-Face Collection.
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Eve Speaks On Her New Tour and Upcoming Projects


Eve Kicks Off Joint Tour with Gewn Stefani

Despite what you might have heard, Eve’s recent tour with former No Doubt front woman, Gwen Stefani, is doing just fine. The pair kicked off their joint This Is What the Truth Feels Like Tour on July 19th. and have played to nothing but sold out venues across the country. In a recent interview with the Coveteur, Eve talked about the tour’s rumored shaky start, as well as why she decided to go back out on the road after an almost decade-long hiatus.
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Ciara Singing ‘Sittin’ Up in My Room’ by Brandy


Ciara SnapChats Herself Singing ‘Sittin’ Up in My Room’ by Brandy

In between posting gorgeous behind-the-scenes pics from her recent wedding to Seattle Seahawks quarterback, Russel Wilson, singer Ciara decided to hit up SnapChat and upload a video of herself singing Sittin’ Up in My Room, the hit 1995 single originally performed by Brandy for the Waiting to Exhale soundtrack.
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‘Return of the Broom: Cookie’s Revenge’ (Review of Empire’s March 30th Episode)

Empire Death Will Have its Way

Empire Returns with an All New Episode March 30th

So, as you guys can clearly see from the image above, Cookie’s infamous broom will make a dramatic return on the March 30th episode of Empire, titled Death Will Have it’s Way. This episode appears to pick up just moments after the mid-season finale, which saw Hakeem dramatically oust his father as the head of Empire.
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Another Review of Sleepy Hollow’s ‘Kindred Spirits’ Episode

Is It Too Late Now To Say Sorry? Sleepyhead’s everywhere have the opportunity to decide for themselves this Friday, February 19th at 8/7c.
ANOTHER SLEEPY HOLLOW REVIEW OF KINDRED SPIRITS Apology- A regretful acknowledgement of offense or failure.

At times, Sleepy Hollow’s eleventh episode of its’ third season seemed to offer just that. It is clear that the voices of Sleepyheads have been heard and acknowledged. Kindred Spirits is an exploration into the human emotions centered around love. As its namesake suggests, it examines mankind’s proclivity to seek comfort in our spiritual and emotional connections with one another. Continue Reading

Rihanna and Samsung are Still Opening Doors or Rooms or Something

Whoever orchestrated the roll out of Rihanna’s upcoming Anti album should be demoted. The pop star has been releasing new music and videos for almost a year and nothing has come of it. Fans don’t have an actual album, and any excitement the public once felt for the project has been squandered.
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Viola Davis Wins Her Third SAG Award

21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards - Press Room

On the heels of her win for Favorite Actress in a New TV Series at this year’s People’s Choice Awards, “How to Get Away with Murder” actress Viola Davis has added yet another trophy to her ever growing collection, a Screen Actor’s Guild statuette, for Best Actress in a TV Drama Series.

Davis’ emotional speech included a thank you to the show’s creators and writers, as well as another not so thinly veiled reference to the New York Times writer who didn’t think Davis “classically beautiful” enough to pull off the role of Analise Keating. “It starts from the top up,” Viola said. “So I’d like to thank Paul Lee, Shonda Rhimes, Betsy Beers, Bill D’Elia and Peter Norwalk for thinking that a sexualized, messy, mysterious woman could be played by a 49-year old dark-skinned African American woman who looks like me.”
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