Mariah’s New Man

Mariah Carey was spotted making out with her backup dancer in the ocean in Maui.

Is this a real relationship, or just a way to get attention and make her ex jealous?

Then, Taylor Swift is getting her own TV network on Direct TV, which will cost between $30 – $70 a month.

Plus, Jennifer Lopez is launching a new dance competition show. Wendy has the details in Hot Topics.

Source: Wendy

Kanye West Released From Hospital

Pray For Kanye

Kanye West has had a rough few weeks and now it has turned for the worst. TMZ reports Kanye was checked today for severe sleep deprivation and was recommended to be admitted to UCLA Medical Center for health precautions. Earlier in the day, West canceled the remaining dates of his ‘Saint Pablo‘ tour. Get well soon.

UPDATE: After over a week in the hospital, Kanye’s coming home again. Earlier today, West checked out the UCLA Medical Center, CNN reports. Here’s to a quick recovery.

Source: Rap radar

Kehlani Reveals ‘SweetSexySavage’ Album Cover, Release Date

Kehlani bares all and makes a statement.

After announcing the title of her debut album SweetSexySavage, the singer has revealed its cover art and release date.

The artwork is definitely attention-grabbing. Backed by a purple, pink, and orange sky, a topless Lani stares confidently at the camera. The album title SweetSexySavage is written above her in cursive.

Speaking of the title, Lani says it’s symbolic for women.

“As women we are told that we cannot be multi layered.. we are put in boxes.. we can’t be all the above.. reclaim yourself…The name is supposed to challenge you. The name is supposed to make you question… only to let u find your own answer.”

“But really,” she added. “it’s me reclaiming myself. Me accepting myself. Good & bad. All the way around. It’s me. Thank you for loving me. #SSS”

SSS arrives Jan. 27, 2017 and will be available for pre-order starting Friday (Dec. 2).

The project, her first since 2015’s Grammy-nominated mixtape You Should Be Here, has already spawned the singles “CRZY” and “Distraction.”

Source: www.rap-up.com