Chris Brown spreads the wealth on his fifth studio album, Fortune. Available in both standard and deluxe editions on July 3, the 14-track (standard) disc features the singles Till I Die,” “Sweet Love,” “Strip,” “Don’t Wake Me Up,” and the lead single “Turn Up the Music ,” with appearances from Nas, Big Sean, Wiz Khalifa, and his CBE signees Kevin McCall and Se7en.
His previous release, 2011’s F.A.M.E. debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, and has since sold 872,000 copies according to Nielsen SoundScan.
Check out the tracklisting below.
We can all agree that Beyoncé is one of the world’s most beautiful women, but now it’s official! The international superstar and new mom has been named ‘World’s Most Beautiful Woman’ by People magazine.
People’s senior editor Alexis Chiu revealed the cover girl this morning (April 25) on TODAY. She told Matt Lauer and Ann Curry that Beyoncé is “flawless, she’s gorgeous, she’s at the top of her game career-wise, she’s this music icon at 30 years old and on top of it she has this glow going on … She’s a new mom.” Though its Beyoncé’s first time winning the crown, this marks her ninth time on the list.
Inside the double cover issue, the “Run The World” singer opens up about the birth of her daughter, Blue Ivy. “I feel more beautiful than I’ve ever felt because I’ve given birth. I have never felt so connected, never felt like I had such a purpose on this earth,” she said.
You can read the full interview with the issue hits newsstands on April 27th.
From the Vault
“Crazy in Love” (Live at Glastonbury 2011)
For a second day in a row, Rihanna was spotted on the beach in Hawaii enjoying an herbal refreshment. The “You Da One” singer, whose latest album was recently certified gold by the RIAA, is on the island getting some RR after completing her LOUD tour.
Paramount Pictures’ The Devil Inside scared its way to a record-breaking $34.5 million opening weekend. The film, which only had a budget of $1 million, scored the best opening ever for early January, and the third biggest for the month after fellow Paramount title Cloverfield ($40.1 million) and George Lucas‘ 1997 reissue of Star Wars ($35.9 million), according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Check out the complete box office report below.
Tank professes his love on “Next Breath,” the lead single from his upcoming fifth studio album, Savior. “I don’t think I ever/Ever really told you/How much I need you/Girl, I need you/Need you more than my next breath,” he croons on the mid-tempo ballad. For as underrated as he is, Tank continues to deliver quality material. Savior arrives hits stores in March. Listen below.
Justin Bieber performed with music royalty on Dick Clark’s Rockin’ New Year’s Eve with Ryan Seacrest. Joined by legendary guitarist Carlos Santana, the 17-year-old singer belted out the Beatles classic “Let It Be” in the middle of Times Square in New York City. Watch Bieb his post-puberty pipes below.