Remember boy band Immature?! Of course you do! Batman, Romeo and LDB are making a return to the music scene with a brand new track “Let Me Find Out.” Take a listen to their comeback track, plus check out Rick Ross’ new video for “Hood Billionaire” when you go inside…
“Let Me Find Out” Immature is making a comeback! Yep, they are. And they have a brand new sound to introduce to their old fans and new fans to come.
Marques "Batman" Houston, Jerome "Romeo" Jones and Kelton "LDB" Kessee just released a new single, “Let Me Find Out, to mark their return to the music scene. The group is currently gearing up to get back in the studio to work on a new album and also plan on hitting the road for a tour, according to VIBE.
The group released a statement on their excitement saying:
"We wanted to give our fans and new comers a few free songs in 2014 to hear our new direction and sound. The first one is called "Let Me Find Out" produced by T Black The Hitmaker. We are so excited to bring our dedicated fans a tour and album." --Immature.
In the Dre Films-directed visual, the MMG honcho is on his “bawse” ish, draped in an Alexander McQueen scarf as he guzzles Luc Belaire sparkling rosé. Also, his homies Diddy & DJ Khaled join him for his newest video treatment. Check it out above.
CNN anchor Don Lemon says the real culprits behind the unrest in Ferguson, MO are the bloggers and "outside agitators." See his full comment inside and get the deets on Viola Davis' next ABC project.
Don Don Don. Whenever there's a national crisis, you can count on CNN anchor Don Lemon to put his foot in his mouth AT LEAST once (or twice). The controversial anchor is raising eyebrows with some interesting comments he made about the unrest in Ferguson, only days after he made headlines for telling one of Bill Cosby's accusers how she could avoid rape. Now onto Ferguson.....
Perhaps you saw the burning buildings, looted stores, and vandalized cars captured during last night's uprest. If so, Don Lemon would like viewers to know that the damage was mainly caused by "outside agitators" and he blames Bloggers with an agenda for stirring up outrage online and at press conference earlier today. Here's his statement:
OK, here’s the thing that people at home should understand. So there is this outrage that everyone thinks is out there. Most of that outrage is coming from the Internet and social media. When you actually come here on the ground and the people who are actual protesters…most of them peaceful. They have a beef and they are being peaceful about it. And they aren’t the people who are out there causing the commotion every day. It is a lot of the times here bloggers and people who are trying to make a name for themselves. People who want you to follow them on Twitter; or follow their blog; or follow them on livestream. So when we came in, we were confronted by a blogger; when the Rev. Al Sharpton came in, we were confronted by a blogger for questions that had nothing to do with the situation here about personal issues, or whatever. It has nothing to do with anything — not respectful of the situation. So they come in, they stick a camera in your face: ‘Do you want to comment about this, what do you have to say about that.’ And, what do you do?
“These were bloggers and as many people are calling them, ‘outside agitators’ That’s where the commotion is coming from. Don’t go thinking that “everyone here is pissed off and angry or what have you. It’s the people who are online who are taking things out of context. Those are the people who are really creating the stir.”
Last night, Don also pissed people of when he described the scene in Ferguson this way:
"Maybe a minute, two minutes ago we heard a gunshot and watched people scattering. And we're watching people on the roofs of cars, on the tops of cars and, er,… OBVIOUSLY there's a smell of marijuana here as well."
We will let you draw your own conclusions about that last statement..obviously. And just in case you'd like to hear from Officer Darren Wilson, he just landed his first high profile interview.
It aired on World News Tonight at 6:30 p.m. EST and Darren Wilson gave his first public remarks about the fatal shooting. P.S. He says he would not do anything differently.
In other media news...
Thanks to the success of "HTGAWM", newly-minted ABC star Viola Davis has announced plans to bring another legal-based drama to the network. DEADLINE reports that Viola and her producing partner (and husband) Julius Tennon have linked with producer Debra Martin Chase to create "Conviction", a legal drama inspired by the life of Kym Worthy, the second African-American to serve as a county prosecutor in Michigan. Kym is also know as "the toughest woman in Detroit."
Some of Kym's high profile cases have included Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick clear a backlog of 11,000 unprocessed rape test kits in Detroit. Hmm....the show sounds exciting. We wonder if Viola & Co. will rip storylines direct from the headlines?
Rihanna has had a super busy week already. And it's only Tuesday. Fresh off her vacay back home in Barbados, she's back in NYC readying her R8 album. Check the pics with her grandpa inside at the Roc Nation offices, plus the new trailer for her animated Home movie, and her newest honor thanks to Forbes. Oh, and she posted quick snippet of a new track....
Grandpa Brathwaite is totally in the Roc Nation mix these days. When Rihanna rolled back into NYC from a quick trio home to Barbados, he trekked it from Brooklyn to the Roc Nation offices with his famous granddaughter to have a listen at her new album.
Rih posted a snippet of a track she made--likely that will appear on the upcoming album--today. Check it below:
Um vídeo publicado por badgalriri (@badgalriri) em Nov 11, 2014 at 2:31 PST
She said about her granddad:
im sitting in a meeting at the office yesterday, and this guy randomly walks in with a mouth full o cashews, talking to everybody callin em by first name and shit to suggest that it is in fact he that is the regular there. He then proceeds to take my seat, and starts showing pix of his new chick to errbody (she's saved to the wallpaper, yes he's 86). Eventually he passed out right on the couch in the middle of the meeting...smh... Bravo is da realest. #granddaughter
More pics of Rihanna and her denim wide leg pants:
And Mr. Carter was also spotted leaving the office after his meeting with Rih.
Meanwhile, Rihanna, who was just named as #5 on Forbes' 10 highest paid celebrities under 30 list, still trying to sharpen her acting chops. And her new animated movie Home just got the trailer treatment. Peep her selfie-teaching for co-star Jim Parsons and the trailer below: