Jennifer Hudson is getting her CeCe Peniston on with her new track off her upcoming third album.
“You must have the rap producer with the know-how of putting tracks together on a new recording,” a robotic voice booms at the beginning of Jennifer Hudson’s new song, “Walk It Out”. Who could it mean?
On Monday (Dec, 16), the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences released the longlist of nominees for this year’s award for Best Original Song and it’s filled with its fair share of big named pop stars.
Yesterday (Nov.13), Hudson chatted with 94.7 The WAVE in Los Angeles to talk about her recent honor, the inspiration behind her drastic hair makeover and her upcoming holiday film Black Nativity.
Based off the acclaimed 1960s play written by poet/playwright Langston Hughes, Black Nativity follows a struggling single mother from Baltimore, played by Hudson, who is forced to send her son Langston (played by Jacob Latimore) to his estranged grandparents’ home in New York City for the holidays.
Here’s a few former Idols that could prove beneficial for Idol in the long run.
Jennifer Hudson may be returning to the show that launched her into the spotlight, that is if reports of her signing on as a judge for next season of American Idol are true.
Kelly Rowland At The Rock And Roll Hall of Fame: ‘Donna Summer Continues To Inspire Women Around The World’
Kelly Rowland believes her, along with many of her peers, were probably conceived to the sweet sounds of “Love To Love You Baby” by Donna Summer.
For over five decades, legendary music producer Quincy Jones has lent his talents to some of the most notable songs and albums in history. To recognize his 80th birthday, Jones was honored by many of those he influenced in the first of four birthday celebrations taking place this summer.
Singer Tony Bennett was honored with a lifetime achievement award at the first annual Amy Winehouse Foundation Inspiration Awards and Gala, which took place at New York’s Waldorf Astoria Hotel on Thursday (March 21).