Preview: Sparkle trailer
NBC viewers got a peek at the trailer for the remake of Sparkle, Whitney Houston’s last film, this morning during "The Today Show."
The trailer, which focuses on Sparkle and her sisters’ rise to fame, seems to begin with Whitney warning her on-screen daughters about being too sexy. That admonition eventually transforms into praise over their gift with music.
Sparkle isn’t due out until August 17, but you can get a glimpse of the trailer now!
Diggy Simmons disses J.Cole?
You ain’t just gonna be talking about Diggy Simmons’ family! J.Cole has become the target of the teen rapper’s wratch in a diss track titled "What You Say To Me?"
In a somewhat shocking move, Diggy goes in on J’s lyrical skills on the songs.
"Everything you drops been garbage," he said. "Wish a n*gga would try/I ain’t with the drama/take me for a good guy."
Wondering where all the animosity came from? J.Cole made mention of Diggy’s big sister Vanessa in the second verse of of his song "Purple Rain," which you can hear below.
On the brewing beef, Rev. Run tweeted, "J Cole.. Puts out 2 records Dissing family & Diggy & nobody cared.. Some1 leaks a old Diggy record & there’s a problem?"
Rihanna confirms new tour
Rihanna switched up her look (yet again) just in time for a huge announcement! The "Talk That Talk" siren has gone back to black hair for the second time in the space of about a month.
RiRi rocked the darker look after landing in Japan, revealing that she borrowed Cassie’s idea of shaving one side of her head.
The change up came just before news that she’ll be hitting the road next year!
“Tour. We’re going to be going on tour next year," Rihanna told Capital FM. "So this year we’re spending out time planning to make sure it’s bigger than anything we’ve done and something more impactful, maybe something different, so my fans can get excited about it.”
Chris Brown drops new music, dons hoodie
Chris Brown had a very busy weekend! The R&B crooner dropped two new songs, "Oh Yeah?" and "See Through."
Chris dropped another track for the bedroom with "Oh Yeah?" where he tells listeners to "do the right thing."
In "See Through," he professes his love for a woman who makes him a better man even though he’s not sure he’s even her type.
Breezy followed up the new music by adding himself to the list of celebrities pulling up their hoodies for Trayvon Martin.
To see who else is repping Trayvon, click here.