We love the 90s and among the many reasons (Fresh Prince, tamagotchis, yay!), the undeniable cheesiness of the era and Britney’s initial rise to fame will always be remembered. So, what happens when you combine BOTH of these fabulous memories into one Japanese commercial featuring “Suki” jelly candies? Um, cuteness overload, obvi.
Drake loves hockey, I love hockey. I knew it, we’re meant to be. At the NHL All-Star game in Ottawa, Canada, the “Headliners” hitmaker performed for fellow Canadians while sporting his very own, personalized “Drake” jersey.
Known for her towering beehive hair and retro-punk style, Amy Winehouse commanded stages with her haunting vocals and effortless contralto range. Jean Paul Gaultier, haute couture’s unofficial bad boy, channeled the late singer’s vibrant cool in his latest controversial move.
Amber Rose is a smitten kitten and we couldn’t be happier for her! In a spot as Billboard’s “Love Doctor” on The Juice, Ms. Rose tackled tricky questions from her fans and offered them some heartfelt relationship advice. The questions ranged from “How do you stay faithful” to inquiries on her favorite make-out music.
Confession: We’re currently obsessed with the UK’s latest import, The Wanted. The British + Irish boy band hails from London, England and with their heartbreakingly good looks and too-die-for accents, can you really blame us?
Edging away from her Disney sugar-pop image, Miley Cyrus offers a simple and heartfelt rendition of “You’re Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go,” in dedication to the 76-track Bob Dylan tribute album, Chimes of Freedom. It’s a change of pace for the “Party in the U.S.A” singer and one that shows off her raw vocals, something we rarely get to see underneath the sparkle and dance beats.
While I’m a self-professed fan of Drake and his unabashed sensitivity, I’d be a little irked if he showed up 3 hours late while I waited in barely self-contained anticipation. However, it seems like it would be impossible to stay angry at the “Take Care” rapper for too long.
Etta James, known for her captivating and inspiring vocals, died today at age 73 in Riverside, California. The singer passed away at Riverside Community Hospital and sources report that the cause was complications of leukemia, which she had been battling for some time.
It would not do justice to say that Etta James was simply a music legend. Known best for her famed hit, “At Last,” Miss James achieved six Grammys and forever holds a place in the Grammy Hall of Fame, Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and Blues Hall of Fame.
Ah, the Fresh Prince of Bel Air. As kids, nothing beat kicking back on a lazy Sunday afternoon and watching re-runs of Fresh Prince. Will Smith’s Cheshire grin would appear on our pixelated TV screens (it was the 90s, afterall) and the classic theme song would begin to play
Mayor Bloomberg has been quite the fan of Lady Gaga lately. First there was the much buzzed about kiss the two shared on New Years and now he’s jamming to her music for his annual State of the City Address!