Ashanti remixes ‘Fancy’
Ashanti has finally cleared out her busy schedule to release her remix of Drake’s 2010 hit "Fancy."
The singer does her own verse at the end of the song, replacing Mary J. Blige. There are rumors that this was actually supposed to be part of the "Fancy" remix released last year, but she couldn’t make the deadline.
As Drake said, "Better late than never, but never late is better." Give it a listen and tell us what you think in the comments section below.
‘Aubrey’ gets air date
Oxygen has finally announced an air date for Aubrey O’Day’s reality show!
An extended trailer of "All About Aubrey" shows the former Danity Kane frontwoman fighting to work her way back to the top. Well, fame costs, and on March 7 Aubrey’s fans will see where she starts paying! Check some of the struggles Aubrey faces in the teaser for "All About Aubrey" below.
‘Colored Girls’ heads to stores
Tyler Perry’s critically acclaimed For Colored Girls is now available on DVD and Blu-Ray.
If you didn’t get a chance to see the film in theaters, or if you just didn’t want to cry in public, you’re in luck! Now you can bring For Colored Girls home, and get way more for your money in the process.
The three-disc set, retailing for about $40, features at least five extras that fans of the film and the poem it was based on can enjoy.
Chris Brown doing ‘SNL’
He won’t be at the Grammys Sunday, but you can still see Chris Brown this weekend on "Saturday Night Live."
Saturday will be Chris’ first time on the late-night, comedy sketch series.
Chris has already shown off his acting skills in movies like This Christmas and Takers, but fans will have to tune in to see whether he performs in a skit or just sticks to singing.
Karrine releases a ‘satisfying’ trailer
Former video vixen and author Karrine Steffans has released a trailer for her latest book, Satisfaction, due out in August.
The fourth book from Karrine, whose books have earned spots on the bestseller list, is described as a “work of faction” (fact and fiction) “for those who crave quite a bit more than missionary sexual practices."
Watch the trailer.
Samuel stars in ‘Limited’
Samuel L. Jackson co-stars with Tommy Lee Jones in the HBO original movie Sunset Limited, airing this Saturday.
The movie is based on a play that focuses on the lives of two older men whose paths cross when one attempts suicide.
Samuel plays a deeply religious ex-con and Tommy is his White counterpart, a college professor.
Watch the clip below.
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