Trey Songz hits the number one spot on American Billboard
Everyone’s favourite R&B crooner Trey Songz scored his first US No. 1 on the Billboard 200 album chart with his new release, “Chapter V”.
Trey has every reason to be saying ‘Aah’ not only because he’s fifth studio album sold over 135,000 copies, but because he has also kicked last week’s chart-topper “Based On A T.R.U. Story” from rapper 2 Chainz to the No. 2 spot.
Songz, ‘Chapter V’ is a follow-up from his 2010 “Passion, Pain & Pleasure.” Each of his albums has peaked increasingly higher on the Billboard 200, culminating in his first No. 1 this week. Cheers to the weekend.
Eddie Murphy in talks to resurrects Beverly Hills Cops?
Eddie tells Rolling Stone, ”What I’m trying to do with ‘Beverly Hills Cop’ now is produce a TV show starring Axel Foley’s son, and Axel is the chief of police now in Detroit.”
Murphy will appear in the pilot episode of the TV series, said to be an “an hour-long crime procedural with strong comedic elements”, and possibly making further guest appearances.
Murphy starred as detective Axel Foley in the 1984’s Beverly Hills Cop and reprised the role for sequels in 1987 and 1994.
SOS: Rihanna’s Sky Living show suffering poor ratings
Styled To Rock — is executively produced by Rihanna and features aspiring designers competing to create a outfit for her. The show on Sky Living started off with viewing figures of just 95,000 — down on the channel’s usual audience of 153,000.
Music boss Chris Lighty found dead
Lighty – worked and managed some of the biggest names in music including Mariah Carey, Mya, LL Cool J, Nas, Fantasia, Busta Rhymes, Ja Rule, 50 Cent, Diddy, Diggy Simmons and many others.
Various news outlets are reporting that the music manager died of an apparent suicide. There’s been an outpouring of grief on Twitter from stars including Ice-T, Nick Cannon and Kim Kardashian. He was 44 years old.