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Ranking Trevor, a pioneer of rap reggae during the 1970s, has died in a traffic accident in Jamaica. He was 60. The musician’s brother, Robert Grant, says he was crushed by a car Tuesday after being knocked off his motorcycle. Police did not respond to calls about the fatality. Continue reading
Jamaican dancing group ‘Shady Squad’ took pop star Rihanna’s ‘Where Have You Been’ single and added a little dancehall flavour. ‘Where Have You Been’ is Rihanna’s new single which is currently the Billboard #1 dance/club song. The Jamaican dance group add their dancehall choreography to the song, creating an electrifying dance video. This video was filmed at Jamaica’s Beautiful Hope Botanical Gardens, watch it below.
So what do you think of the choreography?
A third and final Behind the scenes video for Rihanna’s “Where Have You Been” music video has been released. Along the with the final video comes the official release date of the actual video, which is set to premiere on Vevo, at 9 a.m Monday April 30th. The wait is almost over so until then get into part three of the BTS, checkout Rihanna breaking it down…
It will be released as the fifth US single and the third international single of the album on May 8, 2012.
RiRi also tweeted a preview from the official video! Watch below:
The long awaited “Starships” video have landed and Nicki Minaj is showing off her summer body, in pink bikini near the Islands of Waikiki. “Starships” is the first official single from the rappers no. 1 sophomore album, “Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded“.
The “Starships” video was filmed in Hawaii, it was a 3-day shoot, filming began on March 13, 2012 and ended on March 15, 2012. The video was directed by Anthony Mandler. In an interview with Capital FM, Minaj briefly commented on the video for “Starships”, calling it “very, very saucy” and her “best one yet”.
Check out the video and let me know what you think….
Watch the first sneak peek of Tuesday nights all-new episode of GLEE, “Dance With Somebody”. This episode is a special tribute episode to Whitney Houston, and features seven of her songs.
The New Directions pay tribute to the late Whitney Houston. With Burt admitting to Kurt that he doesn’t want to see him go, Santana expressing sadness for Rachel’s departure and the Glee guys toasting to the good times that they’ve spent together, anticipation for graduation is arising quickly. Meanwhile, Will and Emma’s wedding keeps building. Kurt and Blaine receive couples’ counselling from Emma.