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Tuesday, June 28, 2016

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Black Coffee Makes History as First South African to Win BET Award

Black Coffee Makes History as First South African to Win BET Award

  

DJ Black Coffee (R) and Mbali Mlotshwa attend the Make A Wish VIP 
Experience at the 2016 BET Awards on June 26, 2016 in Los Angeles.

The South African DJ Black Coffee (Nkosinathi Maphumulo) was recognized by BET in the best international act Africa category at Sunday's BET Awards. The only electronic musician in the category, he beat out two South African competitors, Cassper Nyovest and AKA, along with nominees from across the continent: Yemi Alade (Nigeria), Diamond Platnumz (Tanzania), Serge Beynaud (Côte d’Ivoire), MzVee (Ghana) and Wizkid (Nigeria).

 This is the first time that a South African has taken home the award, and Black Coffee celebrated the success on Instagram. "For the past 4/5 years I have been doing tours outside my country," the producer wrote. "In the last two years even relocat[ed] my family with me while on tour to make everything work... 

Taking our South African Music to places I can't even pronounce... I'm grateful to my lady @enhlembali_ and my kids for allowing me to chase my dreams unconditionally... a BET Award comes to our our Land for the first time...This is a Great Honor." "We did not do this alone," he added. "Thank you for all your Votes.....Thank you for the Love."

 South African politicians -- including President Zuma -- praised Black Coffee's achievement, Channel 24 reports."DJ Black Coffee continues to inspire our youth with this achievement and has now become our prime international export in the music industry as an example of the South African youth talent," Zuma noted in a statement. "Our nation is immensely proud of him and this achievement in particular. We congratulate him most heartily."

Monday, June 27, 2016

Ailee Talks New Jersey Homecoming, Haters & What Empowers Her at KCON New York 2016: Exclusive

Ailee Talks New Jersey Homecoming, Haters & What Empowers Her at KCON New York 2016: Exclusive

  

Ailee performs during KCON in New York City on June 24, 2016.
 
Before taking the stage for a tearful homecoming performance at KCON New York, Ailee sat with Billboard to discuss the concept she'd love to try & what makes her feel empowered.
 
Ailee (Amy Lee), the Korean-American singer who charmed the K-pop industry with her vocal prowess and countless breakup anthems, was the homecoming queen at KCON USA (presented by Toyota) this past Friday.

Born in Colorado and raised in the Garden State, Ailee moved to South Korea in 2010 to pursue her career as a singer. After going viral in 2011 following a jaw-dropping performance of Beyoncé’s "Halo," Ailee formally launched her career in 2012. Her debut song, the emotive "Heaven," peaked at No. 3 on the K-pop Hot 100.

Soaring vocals and sonic versatility enable her to rise to the top of the industry, with jazzy break-up anthem “U&I” giving Ailee her first No. 1 in 2013. Empowering dance numbers like "I Will Show You" and "Don't Touch Me" and the introspective R&B ballad "Singing Got Better" cemented Ailee’s position as one of K-pop’s top divas.
 
Hours ahead of her taking the stage at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey, Ailee entered the interview room with an ensemble befitting of a top star, with knee-high glossy boots that added inches to her small frame, a Chrome Hearts-inspired manicure, and above all, an ever-present warm smile.

The effervescent singer sat down with Billboard to discuss her aspirations, which female musicians inspire her, and her special homecoming performance.

Welcome back to Jersey!

Yes, I’m so excited to be home home. I’m home!

You’ve lived in Korea since 2010 so what do you think is the difference between this scene here and the music scene over there?

Oh, wow. Well, actually I don’t know what it’s like for the music scene in the States yet! [Laughs] I have yet to find out, actually, so hopefully…

Any aspirations in that area?

Right now... I’m just hoping that I’ll find out about the music industry over here.

You’ve shown your strong side on powerful songs like "I Will Show You" and your softer side on "Heaven". Are there any dimensions of your personality that you’d like to show fans and non-fans alike through your music?

Oh man. So I’ve done a lot of diva-like performance songs. I want to do, cause I’m very bubbly too, I wanna do the bubbly cutesy stuff. But it doesn’t fit me. I don’t know! They say "don’t do that, don’t do that." But I would like to try to do the cutesy stuff that girl groups do. They look so cute doing it. You know what I’m talking about, right? We’ll see, we’ll see. I think I’m done with uniforms after Dream High. [I’m] too old for that now, almost thirty.

There's generally the assumption that K-pop artists don’t have so much control over their concepts and their music. What are some of the major decisions that you’ve made through your career?

I was very lucky with that because I have a lot of say in the creative part of my album. My company is really good at -- oh my gosh, all this Korean is making me forget my English -- compromising on decisions together. We make our decisions together. Most of the things that I do and most of the stuff that comes out I’m pretty much 100% on board with. They always ask my opinion on everything too.

What do you think is the most important decision you’ve made thus far?

I feel like that’s hard to say because every album is an important decision. So, um, oh man. That’s hard. I feel like the hardest decision I had to make was my last album, for Vivid, for the title track ["Mind Your Own Business"] and the sub-title tracks in the album. It was really difficult for me to choose what kind of songs would actually make it on the album and what songs to cut. That was hard because all of them were really good.

A lot of recent American songs deal with the theme of female empowerment. What songs make you feel empowered? What do you do that makes you feel empowered?

There are so many! I hate questions like these because I have to pick one. Y'all make me choose and stuff? Definitely Beyoncé songs. All Beyoncé songs. They’re very empowering. And also I pick Rihanna and Alicia Keys. And Beyoncé! For the top three artists that I respect that do music for female empowerment. They get me going. All the time. And, um, the things I do that are empowering? I don’t know… I guess, when I’m making music, that’s when I feel the most powerful, the most free. I get to express who I am through my music so I guess that’s when I feel the most confident.

How big of a role do you have while you’re creating the music?

Well, when I’m writing my own stuff I do everything on my own. When I’m working with other producers or other writers, I’m not too hard headed. I’m very open minded when doing creative stuff.

It’s been almost a year since you came out with Vivid last September. What have you been working on?

It feels like not too long ago. Maybe because my toe heeled up not too long ago. [Ailee was injured while filming a music video in 2015.]

How is your leg doing?

It’s good. I’m dancing today. Hopefully I don’t break anything on stage.

Please don’t break a leg.

I was actually working on my next album while working on my Vivid album, because, you know, I had a lot of time to sit around and work on it! I have a lot of music that I don’t even put out because…I don’t know.
It’s just something that I save for maybe even later or I don’t want to put it out anymore. I’m always constantly working on music. So whenever I meet the right song and the right time I guess that’s when my next album’s coming out.

Social media’s popular among K-pop stars and, unfortunately, haters are closer to artists now more than ever. How do you cope with negativity?

Oh, I’ve been blessed, like really blessed, with the fact that I don’t really get a lot of negative comments on my social media or anything like that. I’m really blessed and thankful for that. It means I’m doing something right! [Laughs] I don’t mean to sound cocky or anything but I’m really grateful that a lot of people try to see me in a positive light. I do that to other people so I feel like that kind of reflects…

Giving out the positive energy?

Yes! My English is mumbo jumbo right now.

You've been active for several years and have carved out quite the place for yourself in the industry. As a senior which new artist or rookie groups are you looking forward to?

Oh, I’m a senior now?

"Middle-aged"? Middle-tier?!

Okay, I’m a middle-aged K-pop artist now. [Laughs] I love Mamamoo. They’re very talented vocally and performance-wise, so I definitely have a lookout and am a huge fan of them. And my baby brothers Seventeen are very talented. I’m always proud of them. I’m glad that I’m here with them this evening and I’m excited to watch them perform too.

You’ve known them since pre-debut?

Yes, we trained together for a brief moment.

And, finally, do you have a few words for your American fans?

I hope to actually see them more often. Hopefully I’ll be able to perform here a lot more often after this event and thank you for all the support.

Sunday, June 26, 2016

Fergie Reveals 'M.I.L.F.$' Single Artwork

Fergie Reveals 'M.I.L.F.$' Single Artwork

  

Fergie performs on Mundo stage at Rock in Rio on May 20, 2016 
in Lisbon, Portugal.

Just days after teasing fans with her sexy 'Hungry' clip, Fergie shared the artwork for another new song. 

 Just days after teasing fans with her sexy “Hungry” clip, Fergie shared the artwork for a new song titled “M.I.L.F.$.

The Black Eyed Peas singer appears topless in the stunning black-and-white portrait promoting the yet-to-be-heard track.

“This just leaked....aaahhhh!!!” Fergie said on social media. “Oh well, here it is.”

Fergie’s “Hungry” preview earlier in the week ended with the words Double Duchess -- presumably the title of her forthcoming album, her first since 2006’s The Dutchess.

She is performing at NYC Pride’s Dance on the Pier Sunday night (June 26).

Friday, June 24, 2016

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Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Michelle Obama in the Passenger Seat for Upcoming 'Carpool Karaoke'

Michelle Obama in the Passenger Seat for Upcoming 'Carpool Karaoke'

  

Michelle Obama attends the keynote address at the Austin Convention
Center during the South by Southwest Music Festival on March 16, 2016 in Austin, Texas.

Who will be next in the passenger seat for an upcoming edition of Carpool Karaoke with late-night comic James Corden? None other than Michelle Obama.
Corden was at the White House on Tuesday (June 21) for the taping.

The first lady announced the appearance with Corden as she launched an account on Snapchat. Follow her @MichelleObama.
 
The White House says she joined the social media app to promote her trip next week to Liberia, Morocco and Spain to encourage education for the estimated 62 million adolescent girls around the world who aren't attending school.

Mrs. Obama is quite active on social media. She already had accounts on Twitter, Instagram and Medium.


Monday, June 20, 2016

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Saturday, June 18, 2016

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Father's are more concerned for their children. Always come back to their children.

On The Night Before Father's Day, my little daughter Milaen doesn't fell too well.

She is tired and sleeping. Get well my little baby girl.

Everyday, I dream of holding Milaen, my daughter close to me.

Van Stone loves his children. All of them.

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Friday, June 17, 2016

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Following Tragedy, Brian Wilson Provides Some Peace With 'Pet Sounds' Concert at Northside Fest

Following Tragedy, Brian Wilson Provides Some Peace With 'Pet Sounds' Concert at Northside Fest

  

Brian Wilson performs during Northside Festival at McCarren Park
 in New York City on June 12, 2016.
 
Seeing any live entertainment following a tragedy feels strange. There's a moment where you ask yourself if enjoying something while others reel from loss is even appropriate. So when Brian Wilson's start-to-finish performance of Pet Sounds as part of Brooklyn's Northside Festival began Sunday night -- less than 24 hours after the worst mass shooting in U.S. history (which took place in an entertainment venue, no less)

-- the crowd was understandably somber and, for a music festival, surprisingly sober.
Had it solely been a run-through of the Beach Boys' biggest, brightest hits, perhaps Wilson's Sunday night set in McCarren Park wouldn't have worked. But while Wilson did perform several sunny '60s classics, the bulk of the performance was devoted to the intensely personal, lovely and melancholy Pet Sounds, which he performed alongside founding Beach Boy Al Jardine. And somehow, it felt right.
 
While Wilson's voice can barely achieve the crystal clarity of 1966 in 2016, there's no replacing the uncanny experience of seeing a genius deliver his musical masterpiece in person, regardless of whether the voice has started to slip. To be fair, Wilson's voice occasionally did sound magnificent -- but it was a rockier delivery than what you hear at a Paul McCartney show in 2016 (though arguably closer to the original studio version than what you're ever likely to hear from the willfully impenetrable Dylan these days).

For someone with a reputation as a recluse, Wilson reveled in the crowd's energy, joking around from behind his big white piano while sharing tidbits of background information on many of the songs before performing them. Following Pet Sounds, he fondly recalled the experience of Jardine (standing next to him) introducing him to the Regents' "Barbara Ann" as a teenager (the Beach Boys' cover would become the bigger hit).
 
Pet Sounds is the last album Wilson completed before his mental-health troubles intensified to a breaking point. In that sense, Pet Sounds can be seen as the music he made to successfully soothe his aching psyche. That's speculative, of course -- but certainly for devotees, his chamber-pop masterwork fulfills that role.

So on a chilly Sunday night in New York City, when it seemed strange to even attempt fun, Pet Sounds once again served as a miraculously spiritual ointment for those confused and lost. "I Know There's an Answer," Wilson sang in 1966 -- and though he doesn’t have the answers to all our questions, the best of his output certainly helps make life easier for many.


Thursday, June 16, 2016

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Wednesday, June 15, 2016

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Monday, June 13, 2016

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Drake's 'One Dance' No. 1 on Hot 100 for Fifth Week

Drake's 'One Dance' No. 1 on Hot 100 for Fifth Week

  

Drake continues his multi-chart domination, while Justin Timberlake ties a personal best with "Can't Stop the Feeling!"

Drake tops the Billboard Hot 100 (dated June 25) for a fifth nonconsecutive week with "One Dance," featuring WizKid and Kyla. Plus, Justin Timberlake's former Hot 100 No. 1 "Can't Stop the Feeling!" is the best-selling song in the U.S. for a fifth week, matching his longest reign on the Digital Songs sales chart first set by "SexyBack" 10 years ago.

 As we do every Monday when the Hot 100 is refreshed, let's run down the top 10 and more. Highlights of the airplay, sales and streaming-based Hot 100 post on Billboard.com each Monday, with all charts updated each Tuesday.
 
As "Dance," released on Young Money/Cash Money/Republic Records, leads the Hot 100 for a fifth week (and fourth in a row), it earns an eighth week atop the subscription services-based On-Demand Songs streaming chart with 22.5 million on-demand U.S. plays (down 10 percent) in the week ending June 9, according to Nielsen Music. It stays at No. 2 on the overall Streaming Songs chart, after leading the list five weeks ago, with 25.1 million U.S. streams (down 10 percent).

"Dance" dips 2-3 on the Digital Songs sales chart, which it led for two weeks (94,000 downloads sold, down 10 percent), and keeps at No. 2 on Radio Songs, after a week on top (154 million in audience, up 5 percent). Drake's first Hot 100 No. 1 as a lead artist rules Billboard's Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart for a sixth week.

"Dance" dips 2-3 on the Digital Songs sales chart, which it led for two weeks (94,000 downloads sold, down 10 percent), and keeps at No. 2 on Radio Songs, after a week on top (154 million in audience, up 5 percent). Drake's first Hot 100 No. 1 as a lead artist rules Billboard's Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart for a sixth week.

"Dance" is from Drake's album Views, which, as previously reported, logs a sixth week at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart. With Drake having led both the Hot 100 and Billboard 200 for each of the past four weeks, he is the first artist to double up atop the rankings for four straight frames since Adele did so for six consecutive weeks with "Hello" and parent album 25, respectively, in December-January. The last male to lead the Hot 100 and Billboard 200 concurrently for at least four straight weeks before Drake was 50 Cent, who earned the honor for six weeks in a row in March-April 2005 with "Candy Shop" (featuring Olivia) and parent set The Massacre

"Dance" additionally crowns the Songs of the Summer chart for a second week, following the list's annual relaunch last week.
 
Desiigner's former two-week Hot 100 No. 1 "Panda" is steady at No. 2. It tops Streaming Songs for an eighth total week, drawing 32.4 million domestic streams (down 7 percent). The track drops 4-9 on Digital Songs (69,000, down 12 percent) and reaches the top 10 on Radio Songs (11-10; 76 million, up 4 percent). The rapper's breakthrough hit earns a 10th week at No. 1 on the Hot Rap Songs chart.

Following its debut at No. 1 on the Hot 100 four weeks ago, becoming just the 26th single to start at the summit in the chart's history, Justin Timberlake's "Can't Stop the Feeling!" holds at No. 3. Still, it spends a fifth week at No. 1 on Digital Songs (138,000, down 11 percent), tying his longest command on the ranking; "SexyBack" also led for five weeks in September-October 2006 (and, like, "Feeling," spent its first five weeks on the chart at No. 1).

"Feeling" is also the most-heard song on U.S. airwaves, notching a second week at No. 1 on Radio Songs (158 million, up 5 percent). It also crowns the Pop Songs and Adult Pop Songs airplay charts for a second week each. "Feeling" concurrently keeps at No. 8 on Streaming Songs (12.3 million, down 4 percent).
 
"Feeling" is from the animated film Trolls, due in theaters Nov. 4; Timberlake voices a role and serves as an executive producer for the film's music, with the soundtrack due in September. Timberlake's own next album, his first since 2013, could arrive early next year, according to RCA Records.

The Chainsmokers' first top five Hot 100 hit, "Don't Let Me Down," featuring Daya, hits a new high, rising 5-4. It's up in all metrics, holding at No. 3 on Radio Songs (120 million, up 9 percent), No. 5 on Digital Songs (76,000, up 1 percent) and No. 6 on Streaming Songs (15.2 million, up 3 percent). It also rules Billboard's Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart for an eighth week.

Rounding out the Hot 100's top five, Fifth Harmony's first top five, "Work From Home," featuring Ty Dolla $ign, slips a spot to No. 5 from its No. 4 peak. Lukas Graham's "7 Years," which peaked at No. 2 on the Hot 100, is stationary at No. 6.

Calvin Harris' "This Is What You Came For," featuring Rihanna, reaches a new Hot 100 peak, climbing 9-7 (after debuting at No. 9 five weeks ago). The cut retreats 7-8 on Digital Songs but with a 7 percent gain to 72,000 sold and pushes 14-9 on Radio Songs (76 million, up 9 percent), becoming Rihanna's record-extending 25th Radio Songs top 10 (Mariah Carey follows with 23), dating to the chart's 1990 launch. "This" also lifts 15-14 on Streaming Songs (10.2 million, up 2 percent).
 
Wrapping the Hot 100's top 10, Mike Posner's "I Took a Pill in Ibiza" descends 7-8, after reaching No. 4; Rihanna's "Needed Me" falls to No. 9 from its No. 8 high; and P!nk's "Just Like Fire" spends a second week at No. 10, its best rank. The single, from the Alice Through the Looking Glass soundtrack (released May 27, the day that the movie premiered in North American theaters), regresses 3-4 on Digital Songs (84,000, down 1 percent), but rises 15-11 on Radio Songs (74 million, up 18 percent) and enters Streaming Songs at No. 44 (6.3 million, up 13 percent).

Just beyond the Hot 100's top 10, Kent Jones' debut hit "Don't Mind" bounds 13-11; Sia's "Cheap Thrills," featuring Sean Paul, jumps 19-13 (becoming Sia's highest-charting Hot 100 hit since "Chandelier" swung to No. 8 in August 2014); and twenty one pilots' "Ride" roars 22-15 and supplants the duo's own "Stressed Out" atop the Hot Rock Songs chart (after a 23-week run at No. 1 for "Stressed"). Meanwhile, DJ Khaled's "For Free," featuring Drake, debuts at No. 18 on the Hot 100, as it starts at No. 2 on Digital Songs (105,000 sold in its first week), and Shawn Mendes' "Treat You Better" begins at No. 34 on the Hot 100 and No. 7 on Digital Songs (73,000 sold in its first frame).

Find out more Hot 100 news in Billboard's new weekly original video series, Charts Center, featuring chart information and commentary, interviews with artists, exclusive performances and more. Plus, check out the weekly "Hot 100 Chart Moves" column to post later this week. And, visit Billboard.com tomorrow (June 14), when all rankings, including the Hot 100 in its entirety, will refresh, as they do each Tuesday.

Sunday, June 12, 2016

Desiigner on His Difficult Past and How His No. 1 Hit 'Panda' Gave Him a Way Out

Desiigner on His Difficult Past and How His No. 1 Hit 'Panda' Gave Him a Way Out

  

“I got new cousins calling me. It’s like, I have a cousin named Nate 
now,” says Desiigner, photographed May 10 at New York’s Space Ibiza, 
of his instant fame.

"I got broads in Atlanta," the opening line to Desiigner's Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 "Panda," is simple, memorable, irresistible -- and not totally true. "I've never been to Atlanta," he admits sheepishly. Barely old enough to be called a millennial, the Brooklyn ­rapper born Sidney Selby III, 19, cites a more prosaic ­inspiration: a girl he met on Facebook. "We never met in person," he says. "She just said she was from ATL, so I was like, 'All right -- I got broads in Atlanta.' It's real life, you feel me? I put real-life shit in my songs."

Most of the boastful imagery in "Panda" -- women in far-flung cities, "pockets swole" with money, ­luxury cars -- is only just ­becoming reality for Desiigner: After Kanye West sampled it for his The Life of Pablo album, "Panda" hit No. 1 on the Hot 100 in April, spending two weeks at the summit (it's now No. 2). On a cloudy late-spring ­afternoon, Desiigner, who still only has his learner's permit, is perusing cars at BMW's Manhattan ­showroom with his manager and a Def Jam rep. The song is, after all, inspired by a white BMW X6, whose grill makes it look like a panda (he first noticed the car while playing Grand Theft Auto V). Clad in a slim-cut black leather jacket, the 6-foot-5 artist commands attention even without his onstage antics (at South by Southwest, he vomited in the middle of a song -- and kept performing).
 
Though he's new to the charts, Desiigner has been around music his whole life. His grandfather, the first Sidney Selby, earned the name "Guitar Crusher" performing with acts like The Drifters and The Isley Brothers. Time spent in church choir and school plays helped him develop as a performer. "I always saw myself using my voice. I was the ladies' man -- I performed 'My Girl' in the cafeteria. I was David Ruffin in The Temptations," he says, also citing Jade's 1992 single "Don't Walk Away" as an early favorite. "I sang for years. I used to sing in the subways -- I didn't see no other way out."
 
"Out" means out of Bedford-Stuyvesant, the Brooklyn neighborhood where Desiigner grew up. He was raised in the Louis Armstrong Houses, a public housing development a short walk from the Marcy Houses -- made famous by former tenant Jay Z -- and the street where Spike Lee filmed Do the Right Thing in 1989. Desiigner's block, Lexington Avenue, is also named Timothy Stansbury Jr. Avenue, after a 19-year-old Louis Armstrong ­resident was killed by police in an accidental ­shooting in 2004. "It's not the place you really want to be," he says.

Now, however, Bed-Stuy is one of New York's most rapidly ­gentrifying neighborhoods, and local hustlers, once ­lionized by ­Brooklyn legends like The Notorious B.I.G.Big Daddy Kane and Lil Kim, include ­realtors flipping million-dollar brownstones. "Things change," says Desiigner. "When people are like, 'Why are these white people walking around this black hood?,' I'm like, 'Why aren't they?' If it ain't bothering nobody, they can do whatever they want! They're in the hood to make it better."

Desiigner was shot at age 14 -- he's vague on details, but says it compelled him to pursue music with more urgency. Getting advice from his brother-in-law, who told him to "design" his name, and his little sister, who suggested adding the extra "I," he embarked on his rap career. His first trip to the studio ­produced the now-scrubbed-from-­YouTube "Jackie Chan," on which he cheerfully raps unprompted: "I'm ­chopping the bricks like I'm Jackie Chan."

"Panda" started coming together in late 2014, when a friend came across the beat on YouTube by then-unknown producer Menace. "We cooked it up in two days," says Desiigner. He bought the beat for $200 and self-released the song last December. A few million YouTube views later, West flew him to Los Angeles in late January to play Pablo's "Father Stretch My Hands," which incorporates a large chunk of "Panda," in a car outside of LAX, with paparazzi snapping away. Weeks later, he signed to West's G.O.O.D.

Music and stood alongside West at Madison Square Garden in New York as "Panda" became part of one of the year's biggest albums. For the song's video, West and Desiigner did ­doughnuts in an X6 on the same streets where Desiigner grew up. "The work ethic behind everything Kanye does is crazy," he says. "It's greatness. He told me, 'We're not just rappers, we're artists.' "

Desiigner's out-of-nowhere No. 1 has been controversial in rap circles, though: His deep voice and triplet flow bear an unmistakable resemblance to those of Atlanta hip-hop heir-apparent Future. "Nothing bothers me [about the criticism] -- it's my funk, it's my style," he says in what has become a standard retort to the questions about their ­similarities. Future, for his part, sarcastically called less-than-enthused attendees at one of his shows, in Syracuse, N.Y., in April, "Desiigner fans."

Joking or not, Future may have been right: after all, Desiigner's following is growing exponentially. "I can't step outside my house now -- everybody knows my face," he says. "I got new cousins calling me. It's like, I have a cousin named Nate now." Meeting girls on Facebook is no longer an option. Desiigner's personal page was shut down when he refused to verify his identity with the site. "They were ­asking for too much information," he says ­cryptically. "I got to be more careful and more focused with my surroundings, because ­everybody wants to reach out to me, and I don't know if it's good or bad."

His enthusiasms mostly are directed toward what's next: His first mixtape, Trap History Month; first album, The Life of Desiigner; a high school diploma (he's working with a tutor); and his first tour later this year -- which, although he's no longer in touch with his muse there, will feature a stop in Atlanta. One other inspiration for his hit hasn't been left behind, however. "I want to do a big donation to the pandas for all the panda lovers out there," says Desiigner. "They're an endangered species -- that's real-life shit."

Friday, June 10, 2016

Van Stone's Top Professional Women and Men Ageless Fashion Hairstyles: Grooming Program For Youth And Adults Featuring Amirah, Black Indian, Female Child Model


Van Stone's Top Professional Women and Men Ageless Fashion Hairstyles: Grooming Program For Youth And Adults Featuring Amirah, Black Indian, Female Child Model

Van Stone's niece, Amirah, so beautiful she is... helps to change the mind of negativity to positivity. Black children are precious and pride.

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Monday, June 6, 2016

Van Stone's Top Professional Women and Men Ageless Fashion Hairstyles: Grooming Program For Youth And Adults Featuring Milaen, Afro-Colombian, Female Child Model


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Saturday, June 4, 2016

Van Stone's Top Professional Women and Men Ageless Fashion Hairstyles: Grooming Program For Youth And Adults Featuring Ameriah Black Female Child Model


Ameriah, Black Female Child Model

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Thursday, June 2, 2016

Van Stone's Top Professional Men Ageless Fashion Hairstyles: Grooming Program For Youth And Adults Featuring Rosland Wood, Black Stylist, Big Sid, Black Male Model, Van Stone, Black Male Model, Black Publisher




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Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Andre Fuentes, Britney Spears Dancer & Choreographer, Dies at 40

Andre Fuentes, Britney Spears Dancer & Choreographer, Dies at 40

  

Britney Spears performs with Andre Fuentes (center) at Maybelline 
Presents YM's Rising Star Concert on Sept. 24, 1999.

 Britney Spears' longtime dancer and choreographer Andre Fuentes was found dead Tuesday night. He was 40, PopCrush reports. 

Fuentes' had been with Spears since the 1999 ...Baby One More Time Tour, working on live performances and music videos over their more than 15 years together.

His dance credits include classics such as "I'm a Slave 4 U," "Sometimes," "Born to Make You Happy" and "(You Drive Me) Crazy." He also choreographed routines for the "Womanizer" and "Circus" music videos, as well as the Circus promotional tour. He also acted as the contributing choreographer for the Circus Tour.

Fuentes also worked with Beyonce, No Doubt, Brandy and Prince, whose "The Greatest Romance That's Ever Been Sold" video he choreographed.