For some balancing both fame and social media comes as a very manageable task. Stars share thoughts that are relevant to the topics of the day, update you with news about their work and will even be humorous at times. Unfortunately, not all celebrities have that gift.
Billboard has teamed with consumer information company Nielsen and will now factor YouTube video plays when ranking songs on the “Hot 100” singles chart. Baauer’s smash hit, “Harlem Shake,” has already benefited, landing at No. 1 on the aforementioned chart.
Another day, another Azealia Banks online beef. Par the course for the controversial Interscope signee, Yung Rapunxel engaged in a war of words with “Harlem Shake” artist Baauer on Twitter regarding an unauthorized remix she released yesterday. What’s shocking, unless your Perez Hilton, was her use of h0mophobic slurs in the heated exchange.
Azealia Banks rides it like a cowboy in the new video for “Liquorice.” This upbeat jam is off of her new EP, 1991. If i’m not mistaken, this is her first video since her break out “212,” single which came out almost ten months ago. Seems like a lot has changed since then as evident […]