Among those cheering Eminem’s sweep at last week’s Video Music Awards were the members of Aerosmith. The band, currently touring with Run-D.M.C. and Kid Rock, has a connection with “Slim Shady”-Eminem sampled the Aerosmith classic “Dream On” for the track “Sing For The Moment” on his latest album, The Eminem Show. Aerosmith bassist Tom Hamilton said that the Boston rock veterans were both surprised and pleased by the move. “We were really excited, you know, when we first heard that he wanted to do it, and it came out great,” he says. “It kinda surprised me a little, in a… Read more »
There’s apparently still a little Muhammad Ali in Will Smith, who accepted his Best Actor MTV Movie Award last week in the voice of the boxing legend and later talked about his new record with equal confidence as “The Greatest.” “I don’t want to gas it up, but it’s definitely the best album that I’ve ever done,” Smith said backstage at the ceremony. “I think people are going to be really surprised, the direction that I decided to take.” Like the first single, “Black Suits Comin’ (Nod Ya Head),” the rest of Born to Reign finds the former Fresh Prince… Read more »
Despite the fact we’re talking to Sydney and also Noah Sierota via a Zoom call to Italy, the latest stop on their current tour, both are still clearly and eminently charming.
On Episode #148 of Wesam’s World, we are joined by Wesam’s acting manager Steve Smith! This is a very special and informative episode for anyone new to the acting industry or to anyone who wants to know what it’s like auditioning and booking a role as an actor. You won’t wanna miss out on this one! Enjoy! ~~~~~ YouTube► https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIEy_lTyI57a4pJMB3RvD9w Instagram ► http://instagram.com/WesamsWorld Twitter ► https://twitter.com/Wesams_World Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/Wesamsworld TikTok ► https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMJDDXYLf/
The Inbox Jukebox brings you fresh new tunes and bands. This week features tracks from Yoke Lore x Jax Anderson, Far East Movement x Henry x AlunaGeorge, and Echosmith.
Special guest Joslyn Smith of The Binge Eating Disorder Association (BEDA), joins Sherin, Soma, Kat, Angie, and Renee to discuss the body positivity movement in the fashion and beauty industries.
Smith who will become the eleventh, and youngest, incarnation of the Time Lord was unveiled during a special episode of Doctor Who Confidential on BBC One. Steven Moffat, the producer of the forthcoming fifth series of the sci-fi hit said Smith was perfect casting because he was someone who was old and young at the same time. The announcement, which was heavily trailed by the BBC in the run up to the broadcast, ends months of speculation sparked by Tennant’s announcement in October that he will step down as the Doctor. Of his casting, Smith said: “I’m flabbergasted. I haven’t… Read more »
Fittingly for a larger-than-life media figure whose life was a series of dramatic twists, turns and tragedies, the death of Anna Nicole Smith on Thursday at the age of 39 has turned into yet another media circus as the cause of her death remains undetermined. The autopsy performed on the troubled reality-TV star/ former model on Friday (February 9) was inconclusive, according to Broward County Chief Medical Examiner Joshua Perper . During a press conference Friday afternoon, Perper said a nearly six-hour autopsy excluded any physical injury as a cause of death and also revealed no evidence of a large… Read more »
When writing the lyrics for “From Under the Cork Tree,” Fall Out Boy’s Pete Wentz, far right, shifted his focus from a romance gone horribly wrong to a more introspective vew of the world. After writing an album’s worth of lyrics about a girl who shattered his heart, Pete Wentz realized that the world is a bigger place than a cold-hearted woman and he needed to pen tunes that reflected that – a world where tsunamis could devastate parts of Asia, a war in Iraq could affect people on a global scale and the Molly Ringwald vs. Samantha Fox debate… Read more »
BEVERLY HILLS, California – If only iTunes charts meant as much as Billboard charts. “I’d be on the front of People magazine every week,” Ben Folds joked. “I have a real disproportionate Internet fanbase. On iTunes, it’s me and the Boss.” In “the real world,” a.k.a. record stores, though, Folds has pretty much tossed in the towel. “You don’t have to walk in the mall for very long to realize I’m not really in that world,” Folds said during a promotional trip to Los Angeles last week that included, of all things, an in-store performance at Virgin Records. “The misconception… Read more »