Chris Brown has opened up the night about he was arrested for assaulting Rihanna in a clip from his new documentary Chris Brown: Welcome to My Life.
DJ Khaled might not actually do anything, but whatever he’s doing, or not, it’s working. He’s still the best famous-person-wrangler around, and he’s managed to round up a truly absurd posse of superstars on his upcoming album Grateful.
"The Tides They Are-A Changing," Jay Z tweeted Sunday night, trumpeting the arrival of Tidal, the Swedish high-quality audio streaming service that the rapper recently purchased. Beyoncé, Kanye West, Jack White's Third Man Records, Rihanna, Jason Aldean, Madonna, Calvin Harris, Arcade Fire, Coldplay, Daft Punk, deadmau5 and Nicki Minaj are among those who have aligned with Tidal, changing their Twitter and Facebook profile photos to cyan blue in support of Jay Z's fledgling service.
After teasing her new music video earlier this week, Rihanna debuted the full visuals to "What Now" on Friday morning. The clip shows the 25-year-old singer in a spooky place, writhing in a sparse room shot in a fashion similar to many horror movies. "What Now" is the sixth single off of Rihanna's 2012 album, "Unapologetic." The track follows hits including "Diamonds" and "Stay." Take a look at the haunting visuals to "What Now"