New Music: Twista feat. Jeremih – ‘Next to You’

Twista and Jeremih want to get “Next to You.”

The Chi-town duo teams up once again on a new feel-good collaboration that samples Rose Royce’s “I Wanna Get Next to You.”

With his trademark tongue-twisting style, Twista delivers flirtatious rhymes. “When I see you,” he raps, “I feel like I’m looking at a star / Up to par / Just so fly.”

Jeremih adds a smooth hook. “I just gotta text her what she on,” he sings. “If she texts back, ‘I’m alone’ / Then you know, ain’t no question / I wanna get next to you.”

This marks yet another collabo for Jeremih and Twista, who’ve already linked up for tracks like “Woosah” and “Models & Bottles.” Listen to their latest tag-team episode below.


Lance Bass Weighs in on Justin Bieber’s Outburst

Lance Bass tells us about the dramatic season of Logo’s Finding Prince Charming.

Plus, Lance reveals what he thinks about Lifetime’s upcoming Britney Spears biopic and the actor who is playing him.

Then, does Lance want to start a family? What does he think about Justin Bieber telling his fans to stop screaming at his concert?

Lance says it like he means it.

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Metta World Peace Almost Fought Golden State Coach Mike Brown

Metta World Peace and Golden State Warriors Coach Mike Brown seem to get along fine these days, but there was a time when they almost fought each other.

Brown recently spoke to the San Jose Mercury News about the defender and said World Peace threatened him when he was an assistant for the Indiana Pacers in 2003. The conflict started when head coach Rick Carlisle told World Peace to lead the practice scrimmages between the starters and bench players. The order was given by Brown, and World Peace fought with him over the decision telling him “‘No, no Coach, we can’t have these teams. We’re gonna kill the second unit,” Brown explained. He responded by saying “Go ahead and kill them. Let’s see what happens.” The second unit won the practice scrimmage, and Brown told the starters to run. World Peace was really angered by what happened, and he kicked a basketball into the rafters.

Things almost escalated into a fight between the two. “I yelled, ‘Ron [World Peace], don’t kick the ball! ” said Brown. World Peace said, “I’ll do what the [expletive] I want, and Brown followed by yelling “Don’t you kick that ball again.” Instead of kicking the ball, World Peace charged Brown ready to fight him. “I’m thinking ‘Oh my god, I’m gonna have to fight him,” said Brown. “Please somebody help me. Michael Smith-Michael ‘The Animal Smith—stepped in and stopped the thing.”



Lance Bass and Jackie Miranne

Lance Bass: You can watch “Finding Prince Charming” Thursdays 9/8c on LOGO.

Jackie Miranne: For this season’s hottest fashion trends, follow Jackie on Instagram.

Domestic Violence Awareness Month: October 20 is #PurpleThursday to encourage everyone to wear purple in recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Domestic violence affects more than 12 million people in the U.S. each year, and this issue cannot be ignored. If you or someone you know are the victim of domestic abuse and in need, call the hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) or visit

Source: Wendy