I think we can all see that Rihanna is a perfectionist on and off stage. While on her 777 Tour, performing "Where Have U Been" in London, her live band was off on the track (probably something the average person wouldn't notice) But Rihanna noticed and abruptly stopped singing to chew out her band asking "What the f**k was that"
Check out the clip **NSFW or around kids**
According to Allhiphop.com: Jay-Z is set to offer fans a look at his highly sought-after appearance at the South By Southwest (SXSW) Music Festival in Austin, Texas next week.
On Monday, March 12 at 8:00PM EST, Jay-Z will partner with American Express to offer a live-stream his show via the Internet. Fans can interact with Jay-Z during the show by using the Twitter hashtags #JayZSyncShow and #Song to cast their votes for which songs he should perform.
Check out SXSW.com for more info.
From stirring up stages and court rooms backin the 90's, 2 Live Crew will be reassembling this year!
Luther Campbell says 2 Live Crew is back together and will tour this summer.
The rapper and producer made the announcement Saturday at the Sundance Film Festival, where he is promoting his appearance in the short film "The Life and Freaky Times of Uncle Luke."
Campbell says he "just can't wait to just start practicing" with his old crew. But don't expect them to be "As Nasty As They Wanna Be."
Campbell says the group will "perform the songs and everybody's going to be excited."
Former rap star Luke Campbell has stepped away from the entertainment industry to help the local Miami community, as the assistant football coach at Miami Central High School.
Campbell, who is almost 50, is a former group member of 2 Live Crew, a group signed to his pioneering independent Miami-based label, Luke Skyywalker Records. Campbell has traded his raunchy image for the assistant coaching position, where he coaches boys, both on and off the field. "I'm happy and proud of what we accomplished but that part of my life is over," Luke Campbell told the Bellingham Herald. "The entertainer - I left him on stage."
In his role as an assistant coach at Miami Central, Luke stresses the need for teamwork, education and maintaining a positive attitude. "I don't tolerate cursing or the N-word," Luke continued. "I tell them, 'Don't ever disrespect a girl because that makes you less than a man.' And 'Pick the girl who is responsible, not the one with Fs on her report card. Easy to get in, hard to get out. I've lived that life.'"
The former rap star was cleared by the Miami-Dade Public School system to coach the team, after Campbell received letters of support from community leaders, parents, neighborhood kids and Central High's principals. Luke is much more than a coach, according to C.J. Gaines, an 18-year-old wide receiver for the Rockets. "I don't see him as a rapper," Gaines said. "I see him as a father."