Lil’ Kim’s Viral BET Awards 2022 Performance in Cutout Blazer Tops Google’s Biggest Searches

Click here to read the full article. Lil’ Kim may have skipped the red carpet at the 2022 BET Awards, but she still made the biggest impression on viewers. According to data from Google, Lil’ Kim was the top-searched performer at the awards show that took place Sunday night. The rapper attended the awards show to pay tribute to Sean “Diddy” Combs — who was awarded the night’s Lifetime Achievement Award — to sing a medley of his songs alongside Mary J. Blige, Faith Evans, Busta Rhymes, Shyne and Jodeci.More from WWDPhotos of 10 BET Awards Red Carpet Looks on the...
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John Mayer Signs With CAA in All Areas

Click here to read the full article. John Mayer — singer-songwriter, virtuoso guitarist, solo artist, member of Dead & Co and definitely the funniest speaker at Variety’s Hitmakers event last December — has signed with CAA in all areas globally. It’s not the first major change Mayer has made on the business side this year. In early March, he publicly announced he was leaving his longtime label home, Columbia Records. “After 21 years, eight studio albums, and some wonderful personal and creative relationships, I have decided not to renew my recording agreement with Columbia Records,” he wrote in a social media post...
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White Men Can't Jump Reboot Adds Two New Cast Members

Earlier this year, Woody Harrelson, Wesley Snipes, and Rosie Perez made a special appearance at the Academy Awards to celebrate the 30th anniversary of their beloved film, White Men Can't Jump. The movie saw Herreslon and Snipes teaming up to hustle folks on the basketball court. Now, the iconic story is returning in a reboot that will offer a new take on the 1992 film. Earlier this year, rapper Jack Harlow had been cast in the remake which just added two new cast members. According to Deadline, Myles Bullock (BMF) and Vince Staples (Lazor Wulf) are the latest actors to join the cast.
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See Taylor Swift’s ‘Willow’ Cabin & ‘Mean’ Dress at the Grammy Museum’s ‘Women in Country’ Exhibit

Click here to read the full article. Swifties, you have the chance to get up close to your favorite singer-songwriter’s world like never before. In a new TikTok posted to the Grammy Museum’s official account, several of the Taylor Swift artifacts are on display in the museum’s “The Power of Women in Country Music” exhibit — which opened in late May — giving fans a chance to get a glimpse of the items if they can’t make it to the museum in person. The pieces include Swift’s white “Mean” dress and banjo as well as a replication of the wooden...

In Conversation with Anu Sun: The Grammy Award Winner on Why Lionel Hampton’s Legacy is Immortal

This past award season found Anu Sun, the Grammy-winning engineer and musician whose worked with Robert Glasper and others, accept a Grammy Lifetime Achievement award for his godfather Lionel Hampton. And while the music industry vet felt the award was overdue, the moment represented the need to have the jazz great to continue to be a presence in his — and other music lovers’ — life/lives.

BTS’ J-Hope drops trippy music video for new solo single ‘More’

BTS member J-Hope has released the much-anticipated music video for his new solo single ‘More’, from his upcoming debut album ‘Jack In The Box’. The trippy video open with the K-pop idol receiving a mysterious unmarked package that transports him to a strange world once opened. His apartment suddenly connects to a dystopian-looking office, which the rapper soon takes over.