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Poll: What Do You Think of the New Casting for Lifetime's Aaliyah Biopic?

By Joey Skladany on
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Chris Brown's 'Don't Think They Know' Music Video Takes Itself Really Seriously

By Alicia Dennis on
It's clear from the very first seconds of Chris Brown's new "Don't Think They Know" music video that it's going to be one overwrought musical journey. The video, which is shot in black-and-white save snippets of red and blue, Schindler's List style, opens with the quote, "Unity is what we are afraid of so fear is insanity, let's love each other" (attributed hilariously to "Not CB, just Christopher"). Yes: Brown is doing his part to end gang violence through music and Aaliyah holograms!Read Full Story

Chris Brown's 'They Don't Know' Features Aaliyah, Is Bound to Piss Off Drake

By Alicia Dennis on
(Getty Images)Chris Brown's decision to release a single that features previously unheard vocals from the late Aaliyah would have been bold no matter what, but it's particularly interesting given who else is dabbling with Aaliyah's unreleased tracks: Brown's nemesis Drake.Last week, Brown confirmed that he's planning to release the single "They Don't Know," and has already shot a video for it in Los Angeles. It's a considerably more low-key clip than Brown's known for, apparently featuring...Read Full Story

Before They Were Famous: Watch Britney, Beyonce, and More on 'Star Search'

By Deena Bustillo on
Images from left to right, top to bottom: Beyonce Knowles, Britney Spears, Alanis Morissette, Aaliyah, Justin Timberlake, Christina Aguilera (via YouTube)Long before American Idol, America's Got Talent, and The X-Factor, there was Star Search. From 1983-1995, talented young singers, dancers, and comedians competed on the TV talent show in hopes of making it big someday. Surprisingly, many talented contestants did just that. The list of notable competitors from the show's eight-year run...Read Full Story

Aaliyah Videos

By Deena Bustillo on
Aaliyah is being remembered today on the 10th anniversary of her death. The promising young singer was killed in a terrible plane accident in 2001, just after she had finished shooting the music video for her hit "Rock the Boat." The singer, who was just 22 when she died, was best known for her hits like "Try Again" and "Rock the Boat." She got her start on the TV show Star Search at the age of 10, and signed with Jive Records at the young age of 12.From there, she put out a successful...Read Full Story