Fans have been anticipating new music from CiCi for over three years now, considering the last time she graced us was with 2015’s Jackie. And while we’ve all been watching and admiring her growth as a woman, mother, wife, and businesswoman, Ciara is loved most for her music and dance skills. Level Up is not only a great comeback, but definitely worthy of being called … Continue reading Ciara Releases Long-Awaited New Music & Video, “Level Up”
The Grammys is probably the only award show that I care to watch. So I wanted to share something about music’s biggest night aside from the performances and winners. Check out the red carpet and tell us who your favorite is. Credits: Lester Cohen + Larry Busacca Continue reading 2015 Grammy Awards Red Carpet
I’ve been streaming the 56th Annual Grammy Awards Red Carpet arrival and for the most part, I liked how the stars were dressed. Sure there were a few hmm along the way, but it’s interesting to see so many different styles at one event. Check out some of the fashion below, and tell us who’s your favorite: Credit: Yahoo/Rap-Up Continue reading 2014 Grammy Awards Red Carpet: Hits & Misses
Released: July 9th 2013
I truly enjoyed Ciara’s debut and sophomore albums but to be honest I went to sleep on her previous two. But now, her fifth studio album definitely has me wanting to pay attention to her music again. The self titled fifth album has concepts swaying from sex, love, being bold, and having fun. It’s actually quite tolerable as rudiments used aren’t all in your face and vulgar. Ciara does a rather classy job bringing forth tracks otherwise deemed as raunchy, and soars satisfyingly on more laid back mellow songs. There’s also some experimenting going on, with the presence of reggae, dance, a little bit of rock, and some electro pop even. A track by track will give you a better idea of how I’m feeling towards the album: Continue reading “Album Review: ‘Ciara’”
Ciara attended the House of Moscato launch party in a body hugging black dress and matching pumps. Krysten Ritter accessorized her red printed sheath with a Jimmy Choo clutch and lace-up Rachel Zoe Collection stilettos. Rosie Huntington-Whiteley helped to celebrate Michael Kors at a dinner in London, by wearing the designer’s black and chartreuse leaf-print dress. She completed the look with Jean-Michel Cazabat heels. Credit: Instyle Continue reading Stars face-off: Ciara, Krysten, & Rosie
And I will, for ever doubting she could comeback with a track worth listening to. Damn! Sorry is in my opinion the best Ciara release since Never Ever. That music video is just as hot. I like how real she kept it, even shedding a few believable tears towards the end. Her voice sounds emotionally charged as well. Whoa! I’m loving this one Ci-Ci. Check … Continue reading Ciara wants you to say “Sorry”
Get dancing machine Ciara‘s casual night out look for less than what she might’ve paid for it. It may not be the exact same brand but you’ll get the idea when you see my options below. Everyone is a star in their own rite, its how you put yourselves together that makes you stand out. “Don’t let the dress wear you.” Continue reading “Get the look: Ciara”
Stars make glam and out-of-this world red carpet arrival at the 53rd Grammy Awards. Check out the looks below:
I don’t know what’s going on with the following list of artists, but their latest albums are just not as explosive in terms of concept, both music and lyrics. These ten albums, in my opinion just lack raw passion. I’ve listened to them all and have found just a few songs or none at all that could save the album. Check out the list below to see who I’m talking about:
Meet Tiffany Evans, an American R&B singer, songwriter, and actress. Best known for her appearance in the hit Tyler Perry movie “Diary of a Mad Black Woman“, and for her debut single featuring Ciara, “Promise Ring“.
Tiffany was born on August 4, 1992 in Bronx, New York. She is the seventh of ten children by her parents Carol and Lonnie Evans. In 2003, on her fourth star search appearance, Tiffany won the Grand Champion title in the junior division. She is also the only performer in the history of the show to receive perfect five scores on all of her performances.