Nick Cannon Lines Up TV & Book Deals For His New Client Amber Rose (Video)

Get used to seeing a lot more of Amber Rose. The model has signed a management deal with Nick Cannon’s NCredible Entertainment, according to Page Six. The deal was reportedly completed this week and Nick already has big things lined up for Rose.

TMZ reports that Wiz Khalifa’s better half will soon have a television show that focuses on fashion and empowering women.

A BOOK is also in the works.

Amber was tight-lipped when TMZ caught up with her, but did reveal she will pen a “how-to BOOK.” Amber added that she and Nick became friends while filming School Dance. She considers him to be her “brother.”


T.I. – Paperwork: The Motion Picture (Album Cover) *UPDATE* Tracklist/Features Added

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T.I. ninth album entitled Paperwork: The Motion Picture will arrive in stores on October 21st. The Grand Hustle boss revealed the information today, along with the project’s cover.

**UPDATE** September 19

T.I. has released the deluxe edition cover as well as the tracklist for the album. Features include Jeezy, Young Thug, Skylar Grey, Pharrell, Chris Brown, Lil Boosie, Iggy Azalea, Usher, Nipsey Hussle, The Dream, Trae Tha Truth, Rick Ross and more.

You can pre-order the CD now from Amazon…

Paperwork: The Motion Picture Tracklist:

1. King
2. G’ S*** (Feat. Jeezy & WatchTheDuck)
3. About the Money (Feat. Young Thug)
4. New National Anthem (Feat. Skylar Grey)
5. Oh Yeah (Feat. Pharrell)
6. Private Show (Feat. Chris Brown)
7. No Mediocre (Feat. Iggy Azalea)
8. Jet Fuel (Feat. Boosie Badazz)
9. Paperwork (Feat. Pharrell)
10. Stay (Feat. Victoria Monet)
11. About My Issue (Feat. Victoria Monet & Nipsey Hussle)
12. At Ya’ Own Risk (Feat. Usher)
13. On Doe, On Phil (Feat. Trae Tha Truth)
14. Light Em Up (RIP Doe B) (Feat. Pharrell & WatchTheDuck)
15. Let Your Heart Go (Break My Soul) (Feat. The-Dream)
16. Sugar Cane
17. I Don’t Know
18. You Can Tell How I Walk (Feat. Rick Ross)

Watch Kendra Wilkinson Confront Hank Baskett over Cheating Rumors

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Judging from the new teaser for “Kendra on Top,” the WEtv reality show’s third season could be its highest rated yet, due to the cheating scandal that tore apart the marriage of its star couple Kendra Wilkinson and Hank Baskett.

In the clip, Wilkinson, 29, is seen breaking down in a friend’s arms over rumors that Baskett, 32, hooked up with a transgender model while she was eight months pregnant with their second child, daughter Alijah, 5 months. (They also have a 4-year-old son, Hank IV.)

“I didn’t do anything,” her former NFL pro husband insists, as headlines flash across the screen. A second later, Wilkinson says, “No one believes you.” Later in the teaser, she asks, “Did you think about your family when you did what you did?”

Watch below.

Season three of Kendra on Top premieres on Friday, Oct. 3, at 10 p.m. ET/PT.


Prince Drops New Single ‘FUNKNROLL’ (Listen)


Prince just dropped his new track “FUNKNROLL,” which will be available on both of his upcoming album releases.

ART OFFICIAL AGE, his solo album, drops Sept. 30, the same day that 3rd Eye Girl — his side project with Hannah Ford, Donna Grantis and Ida Nielsen — drop their new album, PLECTRUMELECTRUM.

People are already calling  this song Prince’s flirtation with hyphy, the Bay Area hip-hop subgenre that peaked in the mid 2000s.

Listen below:


Shonda Rhimes Claps Back against ‘Angry Black Woman’ Label from NYT

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Followers of Shonda Rhimes on Twitter already know…you can’t come for her without getting some type of response.

New York Times writer Alessandra Stanley found this out the hard way when she suggesting in her Thursday column that the producer of ABC’s “Scandal,” “Grey’s Anatomy” and the new “How to Get Away with Murder” makes a practice of channeling her own “angry black woman” attitude into her television characters.

“When Shonda Rhimes writes her autobiography, it should be called ‘How to Get Away With Being an Angry Black Woman,’ ” Stanley’s piece begins. The story later observed, “Ms. Rhimes has embraced the trite but persistent caricature of the Angry Black Woman, recast it in her own image and made it enviable.”

Read the entire article here.

Immediately, the Internet pounced, with a perplexed Rhimes first making it clear that “How to Get Away with Murder” was not technically her creation.

“Confused why @nytimes critic doesn’t know identity of CREATOR of show she’s reviewing,” she tweeted in response to a tweet from Pete Nowalk, who did create the series. (Incidentally, Nowalk — a former “Grey’s” staffer — is a white male.)

Rhimes followed that with: “Apparently we can be ‘angry black women’ together, because I didn’t know I was one either! @petenowa #LearnSomethingNewEveryday,” she continued.

And, noting that Stanley had highlighted a rant from “Scandal’s” Olivia Pope (Kerry Washington) as illustrative of Rhimes’ own perceived anger, she wondered why other rants by white characters don’t get the same attention.

“Final thing: (then I am gonna do some yoga): how come I am not ‘an angry black woman’ the many times Meredith (or Addison!) rants? @nytimes,” she tweeted.

Others also weighed in.

“Wow,” tweeted “Scandal’s” Joshua Malina. “Did I just read a @nytimes piece that reduced my brilliant, creative, compassionate, thoughtful, bada** boss to an ‘angry black woman?’”

“So Shonda Rhimes is ‘angry black woman’ but Aaron Sorkin ‘delivers an opinionated speech’ and ‘forceful denunciation’,” posted Sarah Kendzior of “The Newsroom’s” writer and creator, who’s also fond of rants.


Melissa Rivers: ‘I Received a Letter From President Obama’ (Watch)


Melissa Rivers will appear on E!’s “Fashion Police: Celebrating Joan” special tonight, marking her first TV appearance since the death of her famous mother, and discussing the outpouring of condolences she’s received from around the world — including a note from the First Family.

“I received a letter from the White House, President Obama, someone who was often a target of her jokes, as was Mrs. Obama, but I received a hand-written note saying ‘Not only did she make us laugh, she made us think,’” Melissa said.

Rivers, 46, joins “Fashion Police” co-hosts Kelly Osbourne, Giuliana Rancic and George Kotsiopoulos for the 90-minute tribute.

E! is playing an all-day “Fashion Police” marathon leading up to the special, which will celebrate her life and the lasting impact she left during her six-decade long career in entertainment.

Watch a promo below:


Lifetime Set to Premiere Aaliyah Biopic on November 15 (LOOK)

Lifetime To Premiere Aaliyah Biopic on November 15

Although the Aaliyah biopic had so many controversies and so much drama behind-the-scenes (but very publicly behind-the-scenes), the film is finally coming to the small screen this fall.

Aaliyah: The Princess of R&B” is set to premiere on Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2015 on Lifetime. Alexandra Shipp stars in the title role after Zendaya Coleman dropped due to issues with biopic being made and her casting.

The film has taken so many surprising, drastic turns. Like when Wendy Williams was announced as the executive producer (the film has been heavily promoted on her show). And the surprise (and controversial) castings of not only Aaliyah, but Missy Elliott and Timbaland.

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The movie is based on Time Magazine music editor Christopher John Farley‘s bestseller “Aaliyah: More Than a Woman” about baby girl’s short-lived, but successful life as the Queen of Urban Pop.

alexandra shipp, aaliyah,The press release said, “the film follows the beautiful and talented performer’s inspirational journey, from her debut on Star Search at the age of ten, to the challenges she faced during her rise to become the Princess of R&B.”

The press release CONTINUED with, “on August 25, 2001, at the height of her popularity, her life was tragically cut short when a plane carrying the singer, and some of her video crew, crashed after takeoff from a Bahamian runway.”

In just a short span of a life, the 22-year-old accomplished so much in the music and entertainment industries. She’s one of the top 10 most popular R&B artists of the last 25 years and one of the most successful recording artists of all time.

And now her gone-too-soon life has been captured for the Lifetime audience this coming fall.


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