Defense attorneys may still try to argue that Michael Jackson administered either the now infamous drug Propofol or another anesthetic himself, thereby hoping to deflect blame from Dr. Conrad Murray, Jackson’s former doctor who is now on trial for involuntary manslaughter. Murray is accused of “gross negligence” in treating the ailing pop star, which lead to his unfortunate and untimely death.
Murray’s defense team changed their initial assertion that Jackson swallowed the dangerous medicine on Wednesday. However, they might still attempt to prove Jackson’s death was at his own hand. Even if they are able to prove Jackson self-medicated, says Dr. Nader Kamanger, a UCLA sleep expert, it won’t stop the view of Murray as a negligent doctor.[…] Read more »
An opportunity to dance goofily in front of millions on ABC’s hit show, “Dancing With the Stars,” seems like it would be right up Weird Al Yankovic’s alley. However, in a surprising maneuver, the parody king declined the offer pitched to him by the show.
"They asked me, and I said no," Yankovic said in a Billboard.com interview with Assistant Editor Jason Lipshutz. "It's not my thing, you know? It wouldn't be a pleasant experience for me. I'm frankly not a big fan of reality TV -- I know there's a zillion people who watch the show, and it would probably be 'good for my career,' but I don't know, it's just not my thing."
Choosing not to do Dancing With the Stars doesn’t mean that Yankovic isn’t interested in other television ventures.[…] Read more »
Aubrey “Drake” Graham is gearing up to release his second album, “Take Care,” in late October, but before the album drops, he spoke with Elle Magazine about women, his family and his rumored relationships with Rihanna and Nicki Minaj.
Although Drake enjoys success now, he admits that he still gets bouts of loneliness, a detail exemplified in his hit song, “Marvin’s Room,” in which he rapped, “I’ve had sex four times this week/ I’ll explain.”
“I used to be filling a void,” said Drake, a self-proclaimed one-woman man, to the magazine. “There was a point where I felt like I needed to keep the company of a woman every night.”[…] Read more »
KOvideo: Hi, Emine. Please tell your fans something about yourself. Emine: I was born in a small city in Turkey. I studied outside my own country. I started playing piano in my childhood because I liked the piano voice. I developed myself by myself, I started to learn foreign languages for my desire to sing foreign songs... Having had a strong relationship with music since childhood, I believe that I can not live without songs. Also I am capable of singing and writing my own songs in six different languages, including Turkish, English, Japanese, Arabic, Russian...
KOvideo: Who is your favorite artist? Emine: I like to take a few styles and smash them together to create my sound, with inspiration coming from Amy Winehouse songs, Tom Jones energy, Celine Dion vocals, Bonnie Tylor vibes... […] Read more »
After tearing apart the stage at this year’s BET Hip-Hop Awards, DMX stopped by 106 & Park to chop it up with Terrance and Rocsi and to premiere his new video, “Last Hope.”
The song’s track was originally used as a Drake beat, a fact that didn’t seem to bother the growling rapper. “I didn’t know it was his song,” said X. “I heard the beat, the hook. I’m like, ‘I gotta beast on that.’ Thanks for bringing it to the table, I guess.”
When asked about his tumultuous past few years, DMX was open and forthright.
“I wouldn’t change one thing,” he told hosts Rocsi and Terrence. “That made me the man I am today and I love the way I am.”[…] Read more »
After the surprise success of 'Motivation', Kelly Rowland returns to back it up with another sensual R&B hit that comes complete with a stylish video.
'Lay It On Me' depicts the current UK X Factor judge as the ultimate goddess catered to by topless, muscular men who fall at her feet, lift her up and even collectively bend over to form a human recliner for her to sit on.
The sensual flesh-toned video was directed by Sarah Chatfield, who also did Rowland's 'Motivation' and forthcoming 'Down For Whatever' videos, and choreographed by Frank Gatson Jr. who is best known for working with Beyoncé.[…] Read more »
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