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To say 2011 was a big year for Karmin would be a big understatement. Since the duo’s cover of Chris Brown’s “Look at Me Now” went viral to the tune of almost 50 million views – Karmin has appeared on “Ellen,” landed a deal with Epic Records, and premiered a music video in Times Square…. Read more »
In case you haven’t heard it yet, enjoy. In the words of Randy Jackson, “This is how you do it, dawg!”
So DJ Earmworm is doing two big mashups every year now… the June, mid-year mix usually has a promotional purpose (one year he did a piece for Capitol FM in the UK, this year’s is for YouTube). His year-end mix is of course on everyone’s iPod by end of January the following year. Here’s his… Read more »
It wasn’t too long ago that singer J Randall was bumping “Bartender” in his car. Now the 24 year-old is collaborating with the likes of T-Pain and other high profile people, including producer RedOne and YouTube star Keenan Cahill. J checked in to “The Ralphie Radio Show” from South Florida to chat about his single,… Read more »
TMZ reports that while on bended knee, Kris Humphries slid an engagement ring on to Kim Kardashian’s finger that is worth $2 million. In this day and age, is that too much to spend on a ring?I spoke with Kardashian at an event in New York City last October. Jeweler Michael Hill picked the reality… Read more »
It wasn’t the third, or the fourth, and nope, not the fifth try as the charm for the Los Angeles-based Lights Over Paris. When the dust settled, it took the pop-rockers six different versions of the band’s new single, “I’m Not a Gangsta” to find the one that the guys hope will be the right… Read more »
This is the first song released from Cobra’s upcoming album, Night Shades.
A feel-good story that has taken twists and turns, YouTube sensation Ted Williams is now reporting back to rehab to treat his addictions. TMZ’s Gary Trock elaborated on “The Ralphie Radio Show.”Catch Gary on TMZ TV, local listings here.
In partnership with the National Association of Broadcasters Education Foundation, Beyoncé teamed up with Michelle Obama’s “Let’s Move” campaign for a remix of “Get Me Bodied” called “Move Your Body.” The video for the NABEF’s Let’s Move! Flash Workout was shown to schools across the country – and nationwide at 1:42 p.m. on May 3,… Read more »