The Chi-Town MC hopes that this is the debut that you do like...
If you didn't like the Chief Keef's hit "I Don't Like," then you might to stop reading this. Now, that that guy is gone, we can tell you that the hip-hop newcomer will release his debut album, "Finally Rich" (Glory Boyz Entertainment/Interscope), on Dec. 18.
Are they a friend or foe?
Over the last few weeks, Chris Brown's name has made headlines for every other reason except his music. The release of his new begging ballad "Don't Judge Me" was largely ignored in the wake of his reunion with Rihanna (obviously - because we certainly are), and the launch of his Symphonic Love Foundation was just laughed at because, well, it aims to support and create non-profits for youth, and encourage respect and kindness and blah-blah-blah, no one can take this seriously, Chris.
Singer gets serious in new clip
...because every superhero needs theme music.
Proves he hasn't lost crooning chops
If Bruno Mars keeps delivering singles like this, his sophomore album "Unorthodox Jukebox" won't be so unusual after all - in fact, it could become sacrilegious not to give it a spin.
It's the month to be thankful, after all
The impatient wait for her second album continues
She's got bass for your face.
From: Atlanta, Georgia
Why You Should Get To Know Her: Because Beyonce does...and so does President Obama.
To call Divinity Roxx a "new" artist would be tragically incorrect. The ATL native fell in love with the bass guitar at a young age, and from there she began a career supporting some of the biggest names in music. Included in that list is Beyonce, who added Divinity Roxx to her all-girl band as the Musical Director. Over the course of several years, Ms. Roxx performed at the White House, on SNL, you name it. It's time now for this star to shine on her own. With last week's release of The Roxx Boxx, Divinity Roxx hopes to do just that. She checks in with Groove to discuss some career highlights, where she's been, and where she plans to go.
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