Skip to main content

Janelle Monae Talks Sexuality, Ray J Starring In Love & Hip Hop L.A.?

She has a new album in stores, The Electric Lady! Janelle Monae is doing pretty well for herself at this point in her career. Now here comes those pesky gay rumors which she was recently asked in an interview. The singer didn't exactly confirm or deny her sexuality but chooses to keep her personal life PRIVATE! We all know what that means.

I mean to be honest I never even wondered about Janelle's sexuality until people started talking about it this go round.

If your a fan of VH1's Love & Hip Hop I just read that the franchise is expanding in the following cities of L.A., New Orleans, and Houston. Really? It's been rumored that Ray J and girlfriend Teairra Mari will star in the L.A. spinoff of Love & Hip Hop. No other cast announcements have been made as of yet.

If you know Ray J you know he is controversial but he is also a hustler. I'm sure he will work his way onto our TV screens even if it kills him. In regards to Love & Hip Hop expanding their franchises I couldn't be happier. What I am worried about is how and when VH1 will air the span of these spinoffs. Currently the current Love & Hip Hop franchises only air on Mondays at 8 P.M. and they switch off with one another at season's end. In the middle of all that airs Basketball Wives and Basketball Wives L.A. But I'm sure the powers that be at VH1 have this all figured out!
Post a Comment

Popular posts from this blog

Album Spotlight: Ne-Yo - In My Own Words

It's probably starting to look like a Ne-Yo fan site here with all the recent posts mentioning him; but I assure you it is not. The hype behind Ne-Yo's debut album; "In My Own Words" reached a fever pitch thanks to the debut single; "So Sick". The song was a huge success including its singles; "Sexy Love", "When Ur Mad" and more.

Ne-Yo definitely plays up on his buzz by writing and producing many of the tracks. This album would lead to Ne-Yo being a very sought after songwriter and producer. It is the album of his I favor the most. I think as he progressed as an artist; I somewhat lost interest.

Now playing: Trina - I Want It All (ft. Monica)
via FoxyTunes

*UPDATED* Music Feed: Janet Jackson's Most Sexualized Songs: REVISITED

You all, my readers, my visitors; my supporters; you have made this post one of the most successful posts on my blog. I kept wondering what it was about this post, that made it so successful; one word: JANET! The fact that Janet has new music on the way makes this post even more of a hot topic. As its been said before, no one sings about sex quite like Janet Jackson. Her songs, ooze with the right amount of sexuality perfect for a night of steamy sex. Take a look back at a number of songs Janet is responsible for delivering her in trademark breathy delivery. I took the liberty of adding a few other songs that didn't make the list before. 

This song begins with echos of Janet saying " my mouth". By then you should already know what this song is about. Janet sings about the "warmth" of her mouth and how she pleases her lover; Jermaine Dupri at the time. This is a very sensual song and it is one of the most explicit Janet has ever recorded …

Album Spotlight: Beyonce - Dangerously In Love

If you were in love in 2003, it wasn't official unless you were living "Dangerously In Love". It was the title of Beyonce's 2003 breakthrough solo album which spawned the singles, "Crazy In Love" featuring Jay-Z, "Baby Boy" featuring Sean Paul, "Me, Myself, and I", and the title track. The album would serve as a precursor of what was to come from this bonafide superstar. Unlike her later albums, "Dangerously" was deep-rooted in southern soul and R&B melodies. This album also showed a more gentler, sultry, and relaxed(voice wise) Beyonce. As opposed to the last few years her style has been more abrasive and in your face. Never one to be outdone, Beyonce was set to release a follow-up to this album titled, "Dangerously In Love 2" featuring unreleased songs but it didn't happen. From the seductive "Speechless" to the cautionary tale of "Me, Myself, and I", "Dangerously In Love" is m…