Ne-Yo stopped by Power’s 105.1’s popular morning show The Breakfast Club on Tuesday morning (August 7). The singer-songwriter talked with Charlamagne, DJ Envy and Angela Yee about his new album R.E.D., why he turned down a role as Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., what he thinks Trey Songz is lacking, why he gave Beyoncé writing credit on “Irreplaceable” and more.
As I type this post, a few thousand are watching Beyoncè make her triumphant return to the stage, at opening night of her shows at Revel Resorts in Atlantic City.
Thankfully, those in attendance were gracious enough to snap a few pics of Queen Bey rocking out.
Get your first look at Blue Ivy’s mother back to business below.
It took a minute, but Beyoncé finally scores a number one single from her underrated album, 4. In its 26th week, “Love on Top” dethrones Drake’s “The Motto” to take the lead on Billboard’s Top Hip-Hop/R&B Songs chart.
Beyoncé’s UK fans were in for a treat last night as ITV1 aired Beyoncé’s ‘A Night with Beyoncé‘ TV special. Filmed in July, Beyoncé performed some of her biggest hits including “Crazy In Love,” “Irreplaceable,” “Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It),” and “End of Time” from 4. The mom-to-be also answered questions from fans in the audience. Watch the full concert below.
With a DVD to promote, Beyoncé talks babies with Katie Couric during her 20/20 interview. Airing December 2, Katie puts Knowles in the hot seat asking her about motherhood, her career, and the gender of her unborn baby. The interview coincides with the release of Live at Roseland: Elements of 4, which is available in stores now. Watch the teaser below.
The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) has named Beyoncé the Top-Selling Artist of the Decade.
With 64 total gold and platinum certifications including albums, digital songs, master ringtones and music videos; the 28 year-old entertainer earned the title of ‘Top-Selling Artist’.