Timbaland’s artist Tink has released her video “Million” that pays homage to the late Aaliyah
Man my guy keeps dropping summer hits. He deserves all the fame and fortune.
Big Sean drops his visuals to his new single, Play No Games ft Chris Brown and Ty Dollar Sign. Song is pretty dope and it has a Martin visual to match.
From Smokey Robinson to Janet Jackson — tonight’s 2015 BET Awards was pretty much an entire lifetime of music packed into a single life changing evening.Now since the show was almost THREE hours… we understand that some of you may have missed it so we decided to give you a quick rundown of our 9 favorite moments.
rapper Silento has a summer smash on his hands with insanely catchy debut single “Watch Me (Whip/Nae Nae).” The viral hit is currently top 10 on iTunes and sitting pretty at number 11 on the Billboard Hot 100. Not an easy feat without a video clip or any significant promotion. Both situations were rectified this morning (June 25) with the arrival of the educational visual and a killer performance on Good Morning America.
In a long-sought victory for the gay rights movement, the Supreme Court ruled on Friday that the Constitution guarantees a right to same-sex marriage. Justice Anthony M. Kennedy wrote the majority opinion in the 5 to 4 decision. He was joined by the court’s four more liberal justices. The decision, the culmination of decades of litigation and activism, came against the backdrop of fast-moving changes in public opinion, with polls indicating that most Americans now approve of same-sex marriage.
Justice Kennedy said gay and lesbian couples had a fundamental right to marry.
Dylann Roof, the alleged gunman authorities say is responsible for killing nine people in a Charleston, South Carolina, church Wednesday night, U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch said.
The FBI and Charleston police had earlier identified the Lexington, South Carolina, man, 21, as the suspect.
The suspect opened fire on a bible study group at the historic predominantly black Emanuel AME Church on Calhoun Street, killing eight people in an “unfathomable” act of violence. One other person was rushed to the hospital and died. Police originally said two people were hospitalized.
Police said the alleged gunman, whom the mayor called a “horrible scoundrel,” was inside the church attending the prayer meeting with worshipers for almost an hour.
CLEVELAND — The Golden State Warriors launched some 8,900 shots this season. They attempted layups and 3-pointers, runners and elbow jumpers. They dazzled fans and overwhelmed opponents. But every time the ball left their fingertips, the Warriors seemed to be building toward something bigger and better, toward the brightest stage and the grandest prize.
The Warriors were chasing history, a journey they completed Tuesday at Quicken Loans Arena with a 105-97 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 6 of the N.B.A. finals.
Golden State celebrated its first N.B.A. championship in 40 years when the final buzzer sounded, the players forming a frantic mob at center court as silence fell over the sellout crowd. The Warriors won the final three games of this best-of-seven series, countering every move that the Cavaliers made — and all the points, rebounds and assists that LeBron James could produce.