On May 18, Mariah Carey releases her third compilation album titled #1 To Infinity. The album includes all her 18 number-one songs to top the Billboard Hot 100 and one new track. To the delight of her ever loyal loving Lambs, the 46-year-old diva just debuted the sole original.
Carey co-wrote and produced “Infinity” with Eric Hudson. Mimi sings about coming out triumphant from a breakup on the mid-tempo number. Since it’s featured on a greatest hits album, fittingly, the track serves some major nostalgia. It sounds like something that Mariah would’ve released during the 90s. Until the Brett Ratner-directed video drops, check out the lyric clip below in the meantime.
“Black strip clubs and white strip clubs are totally different,” Tyson Beckford previously stated. On May 22, moviegoers will see exactly how different. Based on the first trailer though, Chocolate City looks awfully similar to that other stripper movie. Both feature a young man hard up for money being introduced to the lucrative world of exotic dancing. Although this one, features Ginuwine in the film, and not just his hit song “Pony.”
Welcome to Chocolate City, where the music is hot, the mood is magical, and the exotic male dancers are simply delicious. Women go wild as these toned, talented men make fantasies come true… and the arrival of a young, new exotic dancer (Robert Ri’chard) has the spot sizzling like never before. At home, he is Michael, an inner city college student struggling to help his mother (Vivica A. Fox) make ends meet. However, when his part-time job doesn’t pay the bills, Michael begins to find success at a nightclub dancing as “Sexy Chocolate.” As the money starts rolling in, Michael must deal with the unexpected pressure of being the female clubgoers’ favorite flavor while hiding his new “job” from his mother and girlfriend.
Along with Beckford, the Magic Mike-like film stars Michael Jai White, Vivica A. Fox, Carmen Electra and Robert Ri’chard. Chocolate City grinds into limited theaters on May 22, just weeks before the highly-anticipated round two of Channing Tatum and company. Check out the first trailer below.
Maybe it’s because I’m a child of a certain decade, but I adore disco. Even when it wasn’t en vogue, I loved anything from the 70s. Naturally, this neo-disco movement that’s emerged in the past few years is right up my alley.
NYC duo The Knocks transform Carly Rae Jepsen’s 80s-tinged ballad into a slinky disco masterpiece. I can’t get enough.
The Knocks are slaying it these days. Their current hit “Classic” featuring Powers is a favorite, along with their recently-released collaboration with Alex Newell “Collect My Love.” I’m obsessed with these guys. Give their latest a spin below.
He probably won’t win an Oscar for portraying the Joker like Heath Ledger did, but Jared Leto looks pretty dang convincing as Batman’s maniacal arch nemesis. He’s serving homicidal cray to the nth degree. Director David Ayer shared the first picture of the 43-year-old as the iconic villain on Friday to commemorate the Joker’s 75th anniversary.
How does he compare to Jack Nicholson and Ledger who’ve played the Joker on the big screen? Leto ditches Nicholson’s jacket and Ledger’s shaggy hair. Instead, he goes shirtless, only wearing a purple glove (Joker’s signature color) and plenty of ink. I’m kinda loving it. If anyone can following in Ledger’s footsteps, it’s Leto. Check out a full picture below and weigh in afterward.
Zachary Quinto sold his Loz Feliz home in Los Angeles late last year. With most of his gigs now in New York, the 37-year-old actor has packed up and made the move to the East coast.
Unlike his Girls character though, Quinto opted for Manhattan instead of Brooklyn like his television character. He reportedly dropped $3,162,500 on a stylish 2,300 square-foot loft which he’ll live in with his boyfriend Miles McMillan and their two rescue dogs- Noah and Skunk.
The pictures below of the property were probably taken when the previous owners lived there. Unless Zachary is hiding the fact he has a kid. LOL. It’s slickly decorated but it’s the architectural details that are stunning, especially the ceiling detail. Check out the gorgeous pad below.
I was already in love with “All Cried Out.” But now, I’m even more obsessed thanks to a new remix by Oliver Nelson.
The Swedish producer gives the Blonde and Alex Newell (who BTW is slaying it these days) collaboration an airy disco transformation. The slinky beats and added fun vocal effects make it perfect listening for summer days and nights. This is a must add for your playlist. Check it out below.
“Shut Up And Dance” is one of my favorite guilty pop pleasures of the moment. Whenever I hear the extremely catchy track by Walk The Moon, I can’t help but smile and feel the urge to hit the dance floor. Clearly, I’m not alone. Some enterprising YouTube user crafted a wonderful montage featuring the infectious tune.
Clips of memorable dances from 13 Going On 30, Footlose, The Sound of Music, Mamma Mia, Slumdog Millionaire, Save The Last Dance and Beetlejuice are among the countless scenes carefully pieced together for one truly feel-good clip. Check out the masterpiece below.
Risque and Andrew Christian promo videos go hand in hand like tops and bottoms ;) Their latest, however, is inching closer to porn territory. Usually the models’ penises are only shown jingling about in their underwear, but there’s actual peens shown this time. It’s definitely NSFW.
Topher DiMaggio, Murray Swanby, Cory Zwierzynski, Kevin Benoit, Steven Andrade and Matt O’Reilly rub each other down in gold-like liquid. All this is to promote the brand’s Trophy Boy line which features metallic bands. Check out the sexy clip below.