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Michelle Williams stars in David Talbert's new play "What My Husband Doesn't Know"


Diddy to Launch Music-Themed Cable Network

New station Revolt set to launch on 12-12-12.

Posted: 01/24/2012 12:34 PM EST
Diddy
Music mogul Sean "Diddy" Combs is planning another attack on the world of television in his next venture — the launch of a music-themed cable network reportedly called Revolt. According to Broadcasting & Cable, Diddy is in works to introduce the urban arts station by year's end.

Sources say that Diddy's station comes as a response to an open call from Comcast, which has made a commitment to the FCC to help launch minority-owned networks.

Although Comcast reps would not confirm that Diddy's proposal had been approved, a Time Warner Cable spokesperson has confirmed that the subscription TV operator has had discussions regarding Revolt and Diddy. However, nothing has been confirmed. 

As far as his other ventures go, Diddy recently spoke with DJ Whoo Kid about the endurance of his Bad Boy music label, saying that in recent years Bad Boy has been the victim of a smear campaign. Diddy described the music industry as a dog-eat-dog world and pointed out that, all things considered, Bad Boy has outlasted the competition.

"Over the last couple of years, there’s been a strong propaganda movement that’s been brewing in the negative sense against Bad Boy, against what it is to sign to the Bad Boy label, if it’s a detriment to your career,” he said. “Just hate. Just regular hate and also a lot of people not understanding how this industry works.”

"This is a hard industry. This is not for kids. This is not for the weak. If you are weak, you will get eaten alive in this industry. This industry has a life expectancy of like two years," he said.

Bad Boy has a refreshed talent roster that now includes French Montana, Machine Gun Kelly and Red Café

At the end of 2011, Diddy also promised to do more acting and producing in the new year.


President Obama Boosts Sales of Al Green’s “Let’s Stay Together”

Obama’s performance of the soul classic leads to an increase in sales.

Posted: 01/27/2012 12:17 PM EST
Al Green, Music News, R&B Soul, Barack Obama, President Obama
President Barack Obama has spent much of his presidency giving speeches about boosting the economy, and now he might have found a way to help the struggling music industry increase sales.


After the commander in chief unleashed a surprisingly impressive rendition of Al Green’s “Let’s Stay Together" at an Apollo Theater fundraiser last week, sales of the soul singer’s vintage hit saw a rise in sales.


According to Billboard magazine, the viral video of the President flexing his falsetto sent fans into a tizzy as they hurried to purchase the classic love jam that sat at the top of the Billboard charts in 1972. With more than four million views on Youtube the video helped the song enjoy a 490 percent sales surge. There were 16,000 downloads of the song, which turned out to be the most the record has ever experienced since SoundScan began keeping track of digital sales in 2003.


Ironically, the president was in New York to raise campaign funds and by hitting the right notes he helped Green, a performer at the fundraiser, pocket a few extra dollars.


The good reverend Al Green wasn’t the only soul icon to enjoy an upsurge in sales recently. Late, great Etta James also saw a spike in sales. Following her death last Friday (January 20) James’s music saw a nearly 400 percent increase.


Actress and singer Michelle Williams stars as temptress Lena Summer in David Talbert’s provocative new play “What My Husband Doesn’t Know.” Williams' character is a woman who has a glamorous life but doesn’t realize she’s not fulfilled in her marriage until a young foreman, played by actor Brian White, arrives in town. The Chicago native has been acting for eight years. Even as the group Destiny’s Child soared, Williams was making a name for herself in the theater circuit, most notably in "Aida," "Chicago" and "The Color Purple." Williams is not afraid to take on characters that stretch beyond her comfort zone; “I get to act out some of my alter egos,” she points out. The ever so down-to-earth Williams invites us into the world of the new play, discusses her respect for Nicki Minaj, and reveals which male celebrities she thinks are eye-candy. Tell us about your character Lena Summer in "What My Husband Doesn’t Know." Playing Lena will give the audience a closer look at my acting. I play a woman that has an affair on her husband. I get to act out some alter egos, as Lena is a seductress. Lena is sassy but grounded. She wants to be loved. She’s smart and an amazing mother. She has a lot of depth to her, but she’s also on an emotional rollercoaster. Do you think women are more clever with hiding affairs than men? [Laughs] Shame on you! Yes we are, because men leave signs. Men don’t realize: If you are going to have an affair on your woman, you have to keep the other lady happy. If you don’t keep that other woman happy, she will tell the main one. Men can be dumb. [Laughs] I love men—can’t live with them or without them. Your voice is amazing. How do you keep it strong? Thank you. Not anything too major unless I am preparing for a show. I get proper vocal rest. Though I’ve recently increased my water intake. Being a singer is like being an athlete: No matter how gifted you are, you still must keep yourself strong. Do you miss Destiny’s Child? Any hope of a reunion tour? I miss the collaboration. I miss us getting our hair and makeup done as a group. I miss Kelly being so chipper in the morning, and I’m not a morning person. Sometimes we would have to side-eye each other and be like, “Girl, it’s way too early in the morning for that.” [Laughs] I doubt any reunion tours will take place. But no matter what we make sure we have our girl time. Name a few male celebrities you find attractive. My co-star in "What My Husband Doesn’t Know" is Brian White, and he’s gorgeous. Johnny Depp is so cute that he doesn’t even have to say a word; just close your mouth and smile. I think Common is attractive. 50 Cent is handsome, and I like seeing him when he is dressed up in his suits. He’s very dapper. Musically, who are the strongest artists right now in your opinion? I love Nicki Minaj. I saw an interview she did and she spoke about naming what you want and working for those goals. Nicki said, "If you name the things you want out of life, then you can attain what you desire." I admire Nicki Minaj’s statement because she’s walking the walk. I copied the statement and it’s on the wallpaper of my laptop. Even though I’ve been working for years, you might get comfortable or down and then you remind yourself to keep working and going for what you want. Also, I love Chrisette Michele; she’s great. Sometimes people only want others to be as successful as they want them to be; the moment you become bigger than they would like, they are no longer comfortable. Does this ring true in your life? Oh, yes! Long ago that happened to me. I can’t help that though. Haters should step their game up and have some expectations for themselves. That could be people from your hometown or people who thought they had more talent than you. Of course there are more people qualified to do what we do, but God chose us for a reason. It's Black History Month. What is your favorite Black film? I have two favorite films. "Coming To America" because it’s a hilarious film. Every time I watch the movie, I watch it as if it’s my first time. I absolutely love "Lady Sings The Blues." It’s a sexy film. It shows a good authentic legendary story. I love Billie Holiday. When the curtains are down, what would people be surprised to know about you? I like to be barefoot with boxers and a tank top. I like to read. I’m constantly on iTunes. I’m a down-to-earth person and people are unusually surprised by that given all of my successes. "What My Husband Doesn’t Know" kicks off Friday, February 4th in South Carolina. Go to DavidETalbet.com

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As soon as news broke that Sean Kingston was severely injured in a jet ski crash in Miami Beach, Florida, some of his celebrity friends took to Twitter to share their thoughts. Rihanna, Justin Bieber and Nicki Minaj were among the first to send prayers for the Reggae-fusion singer's speedy recovery.

Riri simply tweeted, "Sean we praying for u baby," while 17-year-old Justin wrote a longer posting that read, "got my friend @seankingston in my prayers tonight. a true friend and big bro. please keep him in your prayers tonight as well." Sean's collaborator on "Letting Go (Dutty Love)", Nicki, added, "My love & prayers are with Sean Kingston & his family."

Sean is reportedly in a critical condition after crashing his jet ski into a bridge connecting Palm Island to the MacArthur Causeway on Sunday evening, May 29. He was at the time riding the personal watercraft with a female passenger. Both have been rushed to Jackson Memorial Hospital, where the "Beautiful Girls" hitmaker is said to be treated in the trauma ward.

Joseph Carozza, a publicist for the R&B singer, has issued a statement. "Sean Kingston was in an accident today. No further details are available at the moment," he said. "He and his family thank everyone for the well-wishes." Meanwhile, a spokesman with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission told Local 10 that Sean and his companion "needed medical attention."

 

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