The People’s Choice Awards have been this previous weekend and among the many many celebrities that have been in attendance was the low-key however distinctive John Legend who took the stage for an ideal efficiency, overlaying U2’s basic hit “Pride (In the Name Love).” John sat at a grand piano and sang his coronary heart out, receiving a much-deserved standing ovation – take a look at the efficiency beneath.
John’s outfit the selection for the memorable efficiency was only a easy turtleneck and blazer, which is sensible contemplating his current interview the place he described how “garments mirror the particular person” he’s “as an artist.”
“I don’t need my model to scream ‘entertainer’. Fashion generally is a actually highly effective visible shorthand,” he instructed GQ. “To be honest, any man that grew up as a youngster within the Eighties could have learnt this the laborious manner. I look again on the bagginess my denims generally and surprise, ‘What was I considering?’”
As for recommendations on the proper get-up, John mentioned this: “Get your self a tailor. Or discover a native tailor that may allow you to soak up and modify your clothes to fit your physique form. It’s unreasonable to suppose that clothes purchased from a retailer will suit you completely; it’s hardly ever going to occur.”
Aside from Jorja Smith’s wonderful solo tracks and stellar debut album Lost & Found, the U.Ok. singer has launched some fairly wonderful covers fashionable songs equivalent to her Frank Ocean “Lost” cowl and her rendition Mario’s “Let Me Love You.”
Jorja has not too long ago dropped f one other cowl, this time masking Kendrick Lamar and SZA’s “All The Stars” that comes f the Black Panther soundtrack, that Jorja can also be featured on. The track was premiered on BBC Radio 1 the place Jorja defined how a lot she’s in love with the track. “I really like the refrain, the way it’s fairly massive after which it goes down. We’ve executed a pleasant little rendition it,” she informed host Clara Amfo.
Click right here to take heed to Jorja’s sweet-sweet vocals on the 2-hour 10-minute mark.
As for different Jorja information, her second Drake collaboration surfaced on the internet a couple of months again, following up on their “Get It Together” track from Drizzy’s More Life tape. “You’ve informed me issues/ harsh fact to my face/ I have been informed to stroll away, simply know/ I might by no means,” Drake sings on the beat titled “I Could Never.” “1,000 occasions I’ve fucked you in my thoughts, belief me I do know.”
We’ll take extra Drake x Jorja any day.
As reported by Zay, Sisqo wed his longtime partner Elisabeth Pham. Sisqo joked that his decision was informed by an insecurity that she would one day figure out he was bat shit crazy. Of course, the opposite is true, while Sisqo may very well be a little kooky, it’s not as if Elisabeth isn’t consummately aware his idiosyncrasies, every last one them. Sisqo and Pham have been an item for years, and have two children together, whom they raise in the suburbs Minneapolis. Hope that doesn’t ruin your mental image Sisqo parading behind a linen chest.
At their wedding reception, Sisqo did the most predictable things in his playbook, taking a moment to serenade his guests with a ever-so scandalous version his hit record the “Thong Song.” Although footage is not readily available, the Baltimore Sun, a leading publication in his hometown, published an eye-witness account it taking place.
following the publication in his hometown paper, Sisqo spoke his wedding rendition along the following lines: “I initially sang ‘Thong Song’ about the first thong that I ever saw, so it was only right to sing it about the last one I will ever see… in private, that is.” There is life after “thong”.. or rather “thong” after marriage, whichever comes last.
At the top the month, Jhene Aiko dropped f another version her Trip track “Never Call Me” with a guest verse by YG. Although it was nice to be reminded Jhene’s recent album fering, it still wasn’t a new sound by the singer and it’s safe to say fans are looking for some new-new. Just last night, Jhene was feeling some type way and hopped on Instagram to share a few story updates her singing some old school Destiny’s Child.
The 30-year-old sang a nice rendition the group’s track “Killing Time,” ending her Instagram karaoke asking, “what should I do?”
“I’m a true hopeless romantic and I feel like you have to not be afraid love. If there is a “one” for us, just one person, one soulmate, whatever, then you’re not going to get it your first try or your second try or even your third try,” Jhene previously stated about relationships. “So I won’t let one bad relationship ruin my chance at finding my true partner. I’m not a person that holds grudges, either. I just live in the moment. It’s easy for me to just be trusting a new person, which sometimes is a fault, you know?”
Peep her singing video below.
Former teammates Dwyane Wade and Jimmy Butler were spotted performing K-Ci & JoJo’s “All My Life” at a Karaoke Bar last night. Before you advise both men to “not quit their day job” give the recorded footage the slightest margin to win you over. I’ve also heard they love Karaoke in China (something to consider Mr. Wade).
The Chicago Bulls teams manned by the Wade/Butler were at times hard to watch, but they none-the-less accomplished a .500 season with spare parts. The conflict that ensued between the core Wade/Butler and the directionless youth on the team held up by veteran Rajon Rondo painted their reputations in the years following the debacle. Had they organized more Karaoke outings as a group, I reckon team morale would have improved, and they would have more than half their games.
I dreamt a team initiative in which the Chicago Bulls choose to assign K-Ci & JoJo songs symbolic meaning to one another. That way every unique relationship within the locker room could be adequately represented by songs such as “Crazy,” “Last Night’s Letter,” and “If You Think You’re Lonely Now,” the latter reserved for the team’s annual West Coast road trip.
What do you get up to in the fseason, mate?