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guys clothes styles|Beyoncé – Why Don’t You Love Me
Music video by Beyoncé performing Why Don’t You Love Me. (C) 2010 Sony Music Entertainment.
By Sowmya Krishnamurthy
Macklemore and Ryan Lewis brought thrift shop swag to the Hangout Music Festival today. The chart-topping duo’s set was high-energy, electrifying the crowd at the burgeoning concert series taking place on the beaches of Alabama. The bill boasts Kendrick Lamar and a slew of multi-genre heavyweights like Kings of Leon, Stevie Wonder and Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers and Imagine Dragons.
Outfitted in a grey poncho with a tribal print, blue sneakers and his signature slicked-back hairstyle, Macklemore kicked things off with “Ten Thousand Hours.” “I was made to slay them/Ten thousand hours/I’m so damn close I can taste it,” Mack rapped. Accompanied by a trumpet player, the duo then hopped into “Crew Cuts.”
Mack then threw off his poncho to reveal a black tank top and got into the theatrics of “Life is a Cinema.” The bikini-clad crowd went wild for the Seattle rapper. At one point, he put on a leopard jacket (a very tight one at that). An apt ensemble change for the song that made him a household name, “Thrift Shop.” Wanz joined, in a bright red suit, to sing the hook, as did frenetic background dancers.
Macklemore was clearly having fun at the festival and shared it was his first time performing in Alabama. “So this is the first day of the festival. Am I correct?” he asked the energetic crowd. Macklemore joined the fun and literally rode into a giant, inflatable whale in the audience. Swag surfing, indeed. But it wasn’t all fun and games. Macklemore also took the time to get serious. He shared that the country was in an epic time in history and witnessing a major civil rights movement. “I believe in tolerance. I believe in compassion,” he said and jumped into “Same Love.”
Love Macklemore and Ryan Lewis’ performance? MTV, VH1 and CMT are live from Hangout 2013, bringing you all the latest news, interviews, performances and more from the Shores. If you’re not able to be there, be sure to check in and watch live streaming performances all weekend.
Starting Friday, MTV, VH1 and CMT will be on the ground at Hangout 2013, bringing you all the latest news, interviews, performances and more from the Shores. If you’re not able to be there, be sure to check in and watch live streaming performances all weekend.
By Maurice Bobb
Boyz II Men have officially jumped the shark, again. After racking up four Grammys for their smooth-as-silk crooning back in the early ‘90’s, the R&B trio have sold their musical souls to peddle wares for Old Navy in a commercial for white jeans in which Sean Stockman, Wanye Morris and Nathan Morris sing “Love White Jeans on You” in perfect harmony to their former number-one hit single, “I’ll Make Love To You.”
“I’ll Make Love To You” spent 14 weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 back in 1994 and now it’s been reduced to a laughable 30-second spot for miserly fashionistas. In the clip, the Philly-bred triumvirate can be seen in all-white, on an all-white plane, singing on cue to the announcement that they are “the complimentary in-flight entertainment.” Complimentary? Ouch.
Thankfully, they’re interrupted mid-”performance” by a woman bent on sharing word vomit as it pertains to her spankin’ new white jeans. When Boyz II Men aren’t ”Weird Al” Yankovic -ing themselves in spoofy commercials, they’re performing in Las Vegas as headliners for The Mirage, a show that has been rated by Billboard as “one of the Top 10 shows to see on the Strip.”
The “End of the Road” singers are up for a new contract, but judging by the reception for their recent Mother’s Day show at the Terry Fator Theater Sunday (May 12), where they handed out 100 roses to Moms, they’ll be cashing Vegas checks for quite a while.
“It’s been fun to do for us. We dreamed of performing here and being a part of Las Vegas shows,” Nathan Morris told the Las Vegas Sun. “We just enjoy doing what we do. It does feel good that people look at it that way, but that’s the stuff that’s extra.”
Much like the Fab Five changed basketball, Andre Agassi changed tennis. His rock and roll persona amped up the quiet game drawing the attention of the MTV generation and Hollywood elite. The man behind the racquet scored many endorsements over his career but none as big as Nike. His vibrant signatures changed the image of “tennis shoe,” adding color to a once dull genre. Now that Agassi has once again joined the Nike team, we take a look at his 10 best kicks and hope that we will see a number of them back on shelves soon.
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Bo knows tennis, but not like Andre. A young Agassi came into the game rockin McEnroe kicks much like Penny sported Mikes.
The drama on “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta” is ridiculous enough without musical accompaniment, but there’s no denying that the proper soundtrack adds a lil something extra to the dramatic scenes we get from characters like “Stebie” J, Mimi and Joseline Hernandez. With that considered, the folks over at VH1 decided to compile the complete list of songs featured on season 1 of “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta,” which includes Trey Songz, Elle Varner, B.o.B and more. Enjoy!
Kicks On Court Weekly Recap: King James’ Elite Trifecta, Playoff XX8s & Lakers Share Love for the Kobe 8
In today’s episode of Kicks On Court Weekly Recap, we discuss a ton of sneaker debuts, including player exclusives, NikeiDs and custom-designed sneakers. We also catch up with multiple Laker players, including Steve Blake, Jordan Hill and Earl Clark, to discuss their mutual love of the Nike Kobe 8 System and how it became their unofficial team shoe.
By Sowmya Krishnamurthy
“Love & Hip Hop Atlanta” returns for a new season on VH1 Monday night (April 22) and if you need a quick refresher course before the drama kicks off again, we’ve got you covered.
Last season on “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta,” everyone talked about the love triangle between producer Stevie J, his artist Joseline and his longtime girlfriend Mimi. The three fought like crazy as Stevie was torn between his wife and his jumpoff. In the end, it looked like Joseline won and Mimi had had enough.
Tonight’s season two premiere promises to keep the drama going from where we left off. Mimi says she is over with Stevie J and is cleaning house. “The best is yet to come,” the single mother says. She may have spoken too soon though. Mimi recounts that she slept over at Stevie’s house (to be close to their daughter) while Joseline storms into the bedroom like a crazy woman. “She feels kind of threatened by you,” says Stevie. Here we go again!
Erica and Lil Scrappy also faced challenges in their long-term relationship last season. From lack of passion to Scrappy’s too-close friendship with Shay and his overbearing Mama Dee, the two were on, then off and then engaged during the reunion show. The couple is planning a wedding this season, but the rapper’s lavish spending is deterring it. “My swag is on 10,” says Scrappy. Shay is still in the picture and in love with Scrappy. She confides in Mama Dee, who feels “betrayed” by the engagement.
Last season, K. Michelle struggled with kickstarting her singing career after alleged domestic abuse at the hands of her former boyfriend/industry mentor. Not everyone bought K’s story, especially Rasheeda who had a friendship with K’s ex. The singer seems more at peace now as she records her new album with Warner Bros. Records.
Ariane, who barely spoke last season, seems to have a bigger role this time around. We find out that Ariane and K. Michelle hate each other because Ariane slept with K’s ex boyfriend. Whaaat?
Karlie Redd had her own issues, trying to become a singer while dating former rapper Benzino. For a split second it looked like these two might make it, but their fauxmance unraveled during the reunion and Karlie claimed Zino was cheating on her the same night he proposed. Benzino is now a radio DJ.
Mimi and Stevie end the episode with…wait for it…a fight. You’ll just have to tune in to see how it plays out.