Nicki Minaj's album debut couldn't come any quicker! The Billboard phenom wet more than a few palettes today by releasing the official track list for Pink Friday, out November 22 in stores/digital downloads.
Eminem, Rihanna, Kanye West and Natasha Bedingfield are said to be featured on the album, as well as a bonus track available to iTunes purchasers only!
A couple of weeks ago, I told you guys that Kanye had sent out naked pictures of himself to random females via the Internet (in the past, please take note) and that as of late, some of those females were willing to talk, offering to leak the photos for cash.
Well...famed celebrity gossip blog MediaTakeOut has posted two of the photos online and my, oh my, oh my.
Why he was desperate for attention, I don't know, but the photos are now on display for the world to see.
Neon Limelight is already gearing up hashtags #TeamDrihanna and #TeamRake for the premiere of Rihanna's What's My Name video featuring Drake.
I would soo love for them to be a pair, but as we all know, Rih is dating baseball hunk Matt Kemp and Drake is reportedly dating the girl with the huge ass from his Find Your Love video, Maliah Michel.
Nonetheless, the video is being shot as we speak and may be the alternate of the video seen HERE....
Let's not bite our tongues, here: Avatar was a lot to take in. After three hours of sitting in the same chair (in the same theater) while looking through 3-D lenses, one would get a little flustered, but it was surely worth the uncomfortable-ness. Avatar, the story of 'a man in alien form' who befriends and falls in love with a native of Pandora, amidst a war on the land brought on by his people, became the top-grossing film of all time, taking in $2 billion-plus worldwide. James Cameron, director, surely hit the jackpot, ending Titanic's long-run as the top-grossing film, another work of his own. Though critics, fans and history may agree that there can be no Titanic '2,' is it right for Cameron to assume that he can pull off an Avatar sequel, even two, according to sources?
Read an article, below, based on the demanding work and deadlines that Cameron has cut out for himself (courtesy of The Huffington Post):
A lot can be said about one's country when a hip-hop artist beats out the President in a who's most influential survey. However, the votes were cast online by the public and were not reviewed by official panelists and/or experts. Not to throw Kanye any shade, but WOW.