Thursday, 17th December. Doors open at 20:40
The 02 will be Showcasing some of the most personal and iconic memorabilia from The King of Pop’s extraordinary life. The Official Michael Jackson Exhibition will celebrate his unparalleled career, opening for a limited run starting 28 October 2009 through to 28th December in London. The exhibit will chronicle Michael’s rise to fame with The Jackson 5 at Motown Records, his record-breaking solo career as a global superstar and end with the spectacular shows he had planned for The O2 Arena before his untimely death. This extensive, never-before-seen collection will be exhibited across nine different themed galleries and include more than 250 objects. The exhibit will also highlight Michael’s outstanding contribution to various charities and is a fitting tribute to a legendary 21st century icon and inspiration. A must see for all Michael Jackson fans who have the opportunity to attend. Tickets are priced £15.00 (£17.50 weekends) for adults, £12.00 (£14.50 weekends) for concessions, are available now from Ticketmaster (0844 847 1643), See Tickets, Seatem, HMV Shops nationally, or from www.michaeljacksonexhibition.co.uk
Rihanna entertained “Saturday Night Live” audience on December 5, singing two singles off her newly-released album “Rated R”. The Barbadian songstress first delivered “Russian Roulette” before then continuing with Young Jeezy-featuring track “Hard”. In addition to performing, Rihanna also appeared in the show’s digital short along side Andy Samberg. Within this segment of the show international trend setter Rihanna is narrated as having an interest to recruiting Shy Ronnie as a featured guest on her song. However, she gives up her hope after learning that Ronnie is too shy to utter his verses. “Should’ve just paid Kanye [West],” Rihanna revealed her disappointment before leaving him.
Young Money featured in a music video for collaborative effort “Bedrock”. Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj, Drake, Tyga, Mack Maine, Shanell, Gudda Gudda all are captured enjoying the star-studded gathering. The videos is set in a large mansion and the concept for the video is young money chillaxing, having fun and enjoying each other’s company. “Bedrock” is the follow up single from Young Money’s debut project “We Are Young Money”. The track originally featured Omarion, but due to his exit from the label, he was replaced by Def Jam’s artist Lloyd. We Are Young Money is released worldwide 21st December 2009.
This season seems to offer countless options in terms of must have signature pieces within the category of must have all black everything. In no particular order here are some of the hottest items around for this years Fall/Winter Collection:
Moncler bullet proof vest
Louis Vuitton Daniel MM
Having looked at the official track listing for The Element of Freedom I was quite looking forward to hearing this track. I am very happy with the final result and am looking forward to the video! Hopefully this will feature on the Beyonce collaborations cd which will also feature collaborations with, Rihanna, Solange, Robbie Williams and Latoya Luckett according to a twitter feed I read earlier today.
Special thanks to That Grape Juice for tweeting this alert