MOTHERHOOD IS A GIFT!
IN LOVING MEMORY OF OUT BOOGIEBOO!
Only five months after giving birth to daughter North, Kim is ready to add to her brood. A source tells Us Weekly that she'll try to get pregnant next summer, after she marries Kanye. The insider explains that Kim "wants her kids to be close in age," and that Kanye "wants a huge family."
According to TMZ
Justin Bieber could face prison time if officials in Argentina decide to nail him for treating the country's flag like a dirty rag at a recent concert ... but Bieber's camp tells TMZ it was never his intention to desecrate the national symbol.
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There is no indication authorities will charge him for this, even though desecrating the flag is a crime in
BABY NORTH WEST LOOKING MORE LIKE HER MOMMA
In the debut edition of "Carmens Artists To Watch" we present Jhene Aiko. She is a 25 year old recording artist getting a second run under the Def Jam label. She originally debuted alongside B2K in 2002 during their Scream Tour 3, but she went back to school to pursue her education. Now she is back on the scene as she was recently featured on Drake's "Nothing Was The Same." She is of Japanese, African-American, Spanish, and Cherokee descent. Ladies she is an artist who speaks your language with very relatable songs such as "Bed Peace" and "The Worst." She has a sultry sound and can be described as the female version of Frank Ocean. She speaks to you ladies who have been cheated on, loved and lost, those who've been hurt, and even to those sensual moments. She is also a sexy treat for you fellas out there, with a style and look that's unforgettable. So hit up B95 and request this up and coming artist and stay posted to B95forlife.com for our next artist to look out for.
Shady's back -- in a big way. Eminem's new album, The Marshall Mathers LP 2, debuts at Number-One of the Billboard 200 with huge numbers. It sold 792,000 copies last week, making it the second biggest debut of the year, behind Justin Timberlake's 20/20 Experience, which debuted at Number-One back in March with sales of 968,000.
Em passes Drake's Nothing Was the Same, which previously had the honor of the year's second-biggest debut with sales of 658,000 copies, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
MMLP2 is Eminem's seventh chart-topping album and bests the first week sales number for his previous two albums, 2010's Recovery (741,000) and 2009's Relapse (608,000). His only album not to make it to the top was 1999's The Slim Shady LP, which debuted and stalled at number two.
Cole has added 10 additions American and Canadian cities including Montreal, Washington D.C., and Vancouver for 014 with plans of celebrating his 29th birthday on January 28th in New York City at “the World’s Most Famous Arena” Madison Square Garden during Super Bowl Week.
Tickets for the second edition of J. Cole’s What Dreams May Come Tour go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. on jcolemusic.com and at local box-offices.
Justin Timberlake is cool enough to be on the cover of GQ's Men of the Year issue -- but if you ask him, he's not cool at all.
J.T. tells the men's mag that, despite two number-one albums, a sold-out stadium tour and a gig at the White House, "I’m not cool… Being cool is about keeping your blood pressure steady. So no. Don’t be cool. Be passionate. Be dedicated. Be tenacious. Be uncompromising. Be pissed. Be happy. Be sad…. I’ve made a career out of doing things that I should not be doing. I wasn’t cool about it. Because being cool would have meant I passed up on those opportunities. If you do that, it’s because you’re afraid. And what are you afraid of?"
GQ's Men of the Year issue hits newsstands on November 19th.