This episode of Live From... The Talk Show... is all about the folks that make Sho' happen! In it, DVS (host of Live From... RAW) is VERY candid about WHO she is here for; SuperKing (the guy wearing the towel) is our music director, comic, and COMIC RELIEF; and Robert Nunnally (our videographer and editor) has experiences to share and declares that he does it all for the artists and for YOU! Take it away, Gem Avery!
Tampa Bay, Fla.-Resonating an awe-inspiring alto with heavenly harmonies, 16-year-old songbird Shyann releases her infectious debut single "Shawty" featuring Hussch Boy Recordings artist Famous Kid Brick. On the up-tempo dance anthem, this sensuous songbird serenades the boy of her dreams over free-spirited production. "Shawty" is Shyann's breakthrough lead single from the early 2013 release of her forthcoming Edgestone Music Group independent debut EP I'm Just A Girl due to be released in Spring. Soon over the horizon is the accompanying music video for "Shawty." The video is directed by south Florida eagle eye Misfit HD and due to shake up national video outlets to start off the new year. "I'm a fresh, new female singer with amazing talent and that's what I bring to this record," says Shyann. "It's the kind of record that you just can't deny...Hearing it is breathtaking but to see the video is an experience within itself."more Performing since she was two, this St. Petersburg songstress has been winning the hearts of audiences from her native Florida all the way up the East Coast. Beginning as an aspiring young actress, she has shared the stage with the likes of Tommy Ford (most known for his role as "Tommy" on hit sitcom "Martin"). Shyann became the first person to ever open for her native St. Petersburg's annual "Dr. Martin Luther King's Battle of the Bands" contest and made her national television appearance bringing down the house on "It's Showtime At the Apollo." Along with that, she opened a show for Grammy Award-winning artist LL Cool J at the Tampa Rays' Summer Concert Tour at Tropicana Field. And in November 2010, she performed as the opening act for R&B super group Boys II Men at the Lincolnville Festival in St. Augustine, Fla. Now after making her mark as a star on the rise, Shyann sets is off with her breakthrough single "Shawty" featuring Hussch Boy Recordings artist Famous Kid Brick. She is also awaiting the accompanying video set to debut in February. But she shows her true talents with the Spring release of her forthcoming Edgestone Music Group independent debut EP I'm Just A Girl. "I've been singing and performing almost all my life. And I work hard at it," she says. "The rush I get from singing and the reaction that I always get when I perform makes me feel like I'm already a superstar! I'm excited for what the future holds."
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Taking time out during his tour a while back, jazz pianist/composer Robert Glasper sat down with Out Da Box TV to speak on how he got started in music and the arts, about his well-received single (with Yasiin Bey) and album "Black Radio," and more. Robert also gives special props to each member of his band, the Robert Glasper Experiment. You can get "Black Radio" and the remix EP via links below. Quality music from this generation for all generations. Great interview. Watch.
Robert De Niro Tells Jay-Z He Is 'Rude' & 'Disrespectful' For Not Returning His Phone Calls?
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Take note, Robert De Niro considers anyone not returning his phone calls as a sign of disrespect, no matter who you are. Jay-Z learned this first hand when the Oscar winning actor told the Grammy winning actor how he really felt at a Leonardo DiCaprio birthday party in NYC.
The New York Post reports the two giants in their respective field's crossed paths at the party held at The Darby. While Hova tried to be cordial, sources say DeNiro was frosty. The source of the tension is Jay allegedly ducking Bob's calls after offering to contribute music to the TriBeCa Film Festival.
'Bob was sitting at a table, and when Jay-Z went over to say hello, De Niro told Jay that he never called him back,' said the source.
Another source added, 'Bob wasn't in any mood to make polite conversation. He told Jay that if somebody calls you six times, you call them back. It doesn't matter who you are, that is just rude.'
Even Jigga trying to make light of his faux pas, and his wife coming by to help cool things down, couldn't sway Deniro. 'Beyonce came over, but that didn't calm Bob down,' said the source. 'It was the talk of the party. Everyone was saying there's only one star in New York bigger and badder than Jay-Z, and that's Robert De Niro. He can be quite scary when he's angry.'
Both De Niro and Jay-Z reps declined comment so at the moment only those two know what was exactly said. Safe bet that if De Niro does ever call again, Hova will hit him right back on the jack.
It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia knows how to make anything funny, even cancer.
In this episode, which guest starred Sean 'Diddy' Combs, he grabs a guitar to perform the classic Parliament song 'We Want the Funk.' He throws in the hilarious line 'We're gonna turn this cancer out!'
This isn't the first time Diddy's made a comedic turn, as he starred in the movie, Get Him To The Greek.
Andre 3000 sat down with FUSE to give a rare interview shedding light on Gillette's Movember campaign and to talk music.
With Big Boi in town to promote his new album, Vicious Lies And Dangerous Rumors, he spoke about how proud he was of 'Twan's solo success. 'Since he started working on it he comes by and plays songs every couple of weeks. He's finally wrapped it up,' Stacks says about Big Boi.
'I'm proud of that dude man, We started as two people and I know how hard it is to write your own raps. It's different today because a lot of people don't write their own raps, and there is nothing wrong with that because we love the songs. To do it all yourself is pretty heavy.'
Oh, and to bust your bubble, a solo album isn't coming and an Outkast album is still not on the horizon.
The ESPY Awards honors the achievements made by athletes in the realm of sports for the past year. This year's ceremony honored ESPN's commitment to The V Foundation for Cancer Research, a partnership launched with late NCAA basketball coach Jim Valvano at the first ESPY Awards ceremony in 1993.
Zsanae Davis from RedCarpetImages.net was at the awards to get some great photos on the red carpet. Check out some of the images here and for more, go to http://www.RedCarpetImages.net
Robert Johnson, the nation's first African-American billionaire, has invested in professional basketball teams, real estate, mortgage-backed securities and midsize hotels. Now he is returning to his old stamping grounds: media.
The founder of BET, the first cable television network specifically targeted to African-Americans, is rolling up a pair of small video firms to form a new publicly traded venture, RLJ Entertainment. The 66-year-old entrepreneur plans to create an online distribution company that syndicates programming, including titles made by producers and directors who have been unable to penetrate the barriers of Hollywood.
"The Internet changes that paradigm," Johnson said in an interview last week. "The gatekeepers have been, for practical purposes, disassembled. If you can...click to continue reading