The Boys & Girls Club of Los Angeles was presented with the opportunity of a lifetime, as they got to meet with superstars, rapper Jay-Z and Miami Heat basketball player LeBron James.
This happened because the two stars’ joint charity ‘Two Kings’ and Coca Cola’s Sprite decided to renovate the kids’ gym, which will also be decorated by one of Mr. Cartoon’s wall paintings.
Two Kings and Sprite aim to renovate more than 100 parks, basketball courts and fields across the US, as part of ‘Coca-Cola’s Sprite Spark Parks Project.’ Continue reading Jay-Z and LeBron James Organize Charity Event for the Third Straight Year »
Is it possible for artists to be more appreciative of their fans support than the fans are for their beloveds’ talents? In Lady Gaga’s case, this is true and this is evident from the fact that the Mother Monster never let’s go of an opportunity to show her gratitude towards her fans, with the love and support of whom, she was able to successfully complete her journey from a struggling New York artist to the international phenomenon she is at the moment.
One such opportunity to express her connection with the fans came during the shooting of “Lady Gaga: Inside the Outside,”-the MTV-made documentary, which sheds light on the real person behind the Lady Gaga’s glossy fashion-rich exterior. Continue reading Lady Gaga: Little Monsters Changed My Life for Good »
‘California King Bed’s music video featured a soft side of Rihanna’s personality. A post-love affair look was perfectly packed in the visuals by the director Anthony Mandler.
Rihanna and Mandler are quite familiar with each other, having previously collaborated for the videos of ‘Russian Roulette’ and ‘Only Girl (In the World).’ Hence, their track record suggests that a working musical chemistry certainly exists between the two. During a recent interview with MTV News, Mandler talked about how he and RiRi discovered a brand new side of the singer’s ever-evolving personality in their latest joint venture.
Continue reading ‘California King Bed’ Features a Different Flavor of Rihanna »