Marriage is the new trend in Hip-Hop, a pretty interesting development given the culture’s reputation for misogyny and sexism. Nevertheless, rappers have been locking down their women left and right as of late – particularly in the last several weeks. What gives?
With her self-titled album officially in stores, Ciara graced the Late Night with Jimmy Fallon stage alongside her beau Future to perform her hit record “Body Party.” With houseband, The Roots, handling the instrumentation, the Atlanta singer gave a very sultry rendition of the tune.
Myspace is pulling out all the stops after a complete overhaul of the former social media giant was announced by Justin Timberlake earlier this year. In a new high-energy promo ad aimed at beefing up interest features Pharrell, Mac Miller, Schoolboy Q, RiFF RAFF, Ciara, and plenty of others.
Didn’t we tell you that it was remix season? Ciara follows suit with one for her sensual jam “Body Party.” With her beau Future alongside, Ci-C spices up the track with some fast paced percussion from the sample of Ghost Town DJs‘ “My Boo.”
Future is winning, and he doesn’t even had to croon on a chorus. Case in point, Future Vandross’ girlfriend Ciara dropped a video for her Mike Will Made It produced hit“Body Party,” which pretty much confirms why the “Tony Montana” put the cuffs on her quickfast.
The young lord of the falsetto, better known as Future, continues to flood the Internets with content. Today, he hangs up the high notes and puts on his rapper hat in the visual for “My,” a trap inspired record from his Pluto 3D album produced by Sonny Digital.
The new season of BET’s The Game will be kicking off on March 26th. With the departure of Tia Mowry and Pooch Hall, the show re-ups with new cast members Lauren London and Ciara.
Ciara’s back with a new single produced bythe hit maker of the moment, Mike Will Made It. Body Party is a sensual track which samples the Ghost Town DJs’ hit, “My Boo.”
Paris’ Fashion Week is in full swing overseas and the celebration of the upcoming year’s best designers brought out some of America’s biggest artists and celebrities.