Morning Buzz 2.25.11

    J. Hud drops video for ‘Where You At’ 

    Jennifer Hudson is waiting on her man to make good on all the promises he made in the video for “Where You At?” 

    The ballad is the first single from Jen’s upcoming album, I Remember Me. The singer braved Chicago’s harsh snow and wind to record the clip, posted below, and she still delivered a powerhouse performance. Work, Ms. Hudson!


    NIcki Minaj to drop new single soon

    Nicki Minaj is gearing up to release her next single in a couple weeks. The Harajuku Barbie announced that “Did It On ‘Em,” the fifth single from Pink Friday, will hit the airwaves on March 8.

    If you can’t wait that long to hear it, take a listen below! 


    Michael Jackson’s kids on ‘GMA’

    Robin Roberts sat down with Michael Jackson’s family today on “Good Morning America.”

    Michael’s mom, Katherine, and his three children talked about following in their father’s footsteps by going into the entertainment industry.

    Watch a short clip from the interview.



    Rock with the Bobbys

    R&B fans were treated to Bobby times two last night on “Lopez Tonight” when Bobby Valentino and Bobby Brown took the stage to perform Brown’s “Rock Wit’cha” together.

    The younger Bobby offers a version of the ‘90s hit on his upcoming album, which is available on iTunes now. Click here.

    Watch the two Bobbys perform.


    Beyoncé gets more criticism

    It hasn’t been the best week for Beyoncé. First she was criticized for allowing herself to be photographed in blackface for an Italian magazine.

    Now, critics wonder whether she sold out for $2 million.

    That’s what she was reportedly paid to perform for the son of Libyan dictator Colonel Gaddafi on New Year’s Eve.

    MSN reports that Mariah Carey and Usher have also performed for the family for $1 million each.

    The information about the singers’ connections to Libya, a country that is currently experiencing political turmoil, was released earlier this week on WikiLeaks.

    Watch a clip from her Libyan performance here.

    – Sonya Eskridge and Tracy L. Scott

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