The urban scene with Groove
This week with the Editor
From sexy videos to the ever in trouble Justin Bieber to the much anticipated weekend of March this is what has been happening on the urban scene.
Partition: Sexing it upSo Beyonce released yet another video from her self-titled audio-visual album, "Partition". In the video Bey shows us what she does for hubby Jay Z, who appears in the video, watching Bey give him a private "peep" show. The video is definitely not a PG 13 and we doubt that any parent would be comfortable watching it. The song has already caused a dance craze with choreographers and hmm...what can we say about Mrs Carter sexing it up in this vid?
Robin Thicke & Paula Patton
Earlier this week reports came that singer-songwriter Robin Thicke and actress wife, Paula Patton were calling off their 9 year marriage. As the reports develop, it seems that Robin still wants to fight for his marriage. Well we will have to wait and see but it is with ho…
Groove Playlist: Top 10
So what are we listening to this week at Groove?
1. Pharell Williams- Happy
2. Karma ft Gappy Ranks- Baddest
4. Katy Perry Featuring Juicy J-Dark Horse
6. Uhuru ft Oskido & Professor- Y-Tjukutja
7. Beyonce ft Jay Z- Drunk In Love
8. Ronny J Drizzy- Everyday
9. Mr Hingis ft Ron Tingz- My Moment
10. Busiswa ft Oskido&Uhuru-Ngoku
Know Your Music #Musiducation Black History month entertainment facts
As Black History month comes to a close, we would like to share and educate fans and readers on the evolution and revolution of people of colour in the entertainment business.
Jazz, an African–American musical form born out of the blues, ragtime and marching bands, originated in Louisiana during the turn of the 19th century. The word "jazz" is a slang term that at one point referred to a sexual act. Louis Armstrong learned how to play the cornet while living at the Colored Waif's Home for Boys.Armstrong earned the nickname "Satchmo" which was a shortened version of the moniker "satchel mouth."
Singer and pianist Nat King Cole was the first black American to host a television variety show.
In 1965, comedian Bill Cosby became the first African American to have a lead role in a network TV dramatic series when he co-starred with Robert Culp in I Spy.
Though he is of Caribbean ancestry and…
Red Carpet Fashion at the Brit Awards
So for most stars at the 2014 Brit Awards, black was the in thing with the likes of Kylie Minogue, Nicole Scherzinger, Jessie and the blokes from One Direction, among others; all in black.Some like Katy B decided on a bold move by wearing red and Rita Ora was as bright as the sun in her yellow dress. Let us look at who stole the red carpet and who committed a fashion crime.
Why We love Chilli: Trivia
1. What is Chilli's full name?
2. What is the name of the group that she joined?
3. Name the two other members of the group?
4. What is the name of the group's debut album?
5. Name three songs from the group's 1999 album "Fanmail"?
6. Which "The Voice" coach did Chilli date in the early 2000s?
7. What is the name of Chilli's reality television show?
Africa Meets International
Today's playlist consists of African sounds that are fused with R&B, dancehall and pop sounds. Some songs are actual collaborations between African artistes and international artistes. Let us check out the Top 10: 1. Run The World (Girls)- Beyonce
The beat has elements of Afro drums and those pantsula dances by the two Mozambican guys in the video are so African. 2. Antenna- Fuse ODG ft Wyclef Jean
Ghanaian dances taken to the streets of London and Wyclef brings in his Haitian-American flavour. 3. Waka Waka- Shakira ft Freshlyground
The Colombian singer took an old Central African rhumba song and turned it into a World cup song with South African sounds and the dances that are Afro-Latino. 4. I Swear- Ice Prince ft French Montana
What can we say when two very good rappers meet on a song. The ''Fire of Zamani'' brings the heat on impressively on this track. 5. Chaise Electrique-Fally Ipupa ft Olivia
No getting lost in transl…
Hollywood's "sweethearts" Robin Thicke and Paula Patton throw in the towel
Even the most happiest and open-minded couples go through a rough patch however it seems that one entertainment's most favourite couple have decided to end their marriage. It seems that after spending 20 years together and been married for 9 years, Robin Thicke and Paula Patton have announced their separation.
They told People magazine that they are splitting but would always love each other and remain best friends. The reasons behind the split are not yet confirmed however Robin was seen in different places getting a little bit friendly with other women.
Robin and Paula seemed inseparable and have worked together on Robin's songs including Paula appearing in a number of music videos including "Lost Without You'' and "Love After War''. It is rather sad though that the two people who were most thought of to be so in-love and after spending so many years together, …