I ALWAYS LOVE SEEING WHAT THE FANS COME UP WITH,TO ME ITS ALWAYS SMARTER AND MORE TO THE POINT THAN THE LABELS,S/O TO @aarondxD FOR THIS “YOU DONT KNOW WHAT TO DO” COVER
I am thrilled to anounce that i will be the recipient of the Founder’s Award at ASCAP’s 2014 Rhythm & Soul Awards this year.
The ASCAP Founders Award is our most prestigious honor and is given to songwriters and composers who have made pioneering contributions to music by inspiring and influencing their fellow music creators. Each recipient is a musical innovator who possesses a unique style of creative genius, which will enrich generations to come.
The award show will take place on Thursday, June 26th at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, in Beverly Hills.
PEREZ HILTON: Mariah Carey DOES Know What To Do Singing You Don’t Know What To Do On The Today Show!
Mariah Carey DOES Know What To Do Singing You Don’t Know What To Do On The Today Show! Watch It HERE!
Mariah Carey, you slay us! We don’t know what to do!
This collaboration with Wale is absolutely wailin’! You Don’t Know What To Do is going to easily become one of our favorite summer
The Oklahoma City Thunder will not begin their Western Conference finals showdown with the San Antonio Spurs at anywhere close to full strength.
Thunder power forward Serge Ibaka is expected to miss the rest of the postseason after suffering a calf injury in Oklahoma City’s series-clinching win Thursday night against the Clippers, the team announced Friday.
Ibaka has averaged 12.2 points, 7.3 rebounds and 2.2 blocks in 13 playoff games.
The Spurs will open the series at home Monday in Game 1 with health concerns of their own, as star guard Tony Parker continues to recover from a hamstring strain. But coach Gregg Popovich said Friday that Parker is hopeful of being ready for the opener, whereas Oklahoma City will greatly miss Ibaka, its interior defensive anchor.
Oklahoma City swept its four regular-season meetings with the Spurs, who went 62-16 against the rest of the league for the NBA’s best record this season.