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Madonna drops F-bomb on live TV and Azealia Banks ponders new music

Azealia ponders new music
  • Madonna, actress; Ashley Judd(movie: "Along Came A Spider"), Janelle Monae, Pink, and many other celebrities took part in today's Women March held in Washington D.C. Women and other people also gather in Las Vegas, L.A. and Denver to come together to fight for women's rights. While taking the podium, Madonna dropped several F-bombs towards detractors who are not for women's rights. She also performed two of her hits; "Express Yourself" and "Human Nature". Many more celebrities were in attendance and many also spread awareness via social media.
  • Azealia Banks has been on social media asking her fans what they all think her next musical endeavor should be. She even put a poll and the choices are the "Fantasea 2" which is the follow-up to the mixtape she released a few years back. The other choice would be her second full length album; "Business & Pleasure". At this point I just want some new Azealia Banks music. I don't care which release comes first. I remember Azealia hinting at having a new deal that she can't mess up and I hope that she hasn't done just that. 
  • Director Spike Lee(movie: "She's Gotta Have It") has chosen not to include Chrisette Michele's music on his new project after she revealed plans to perform at Donald Trump's inauguration. Friend and singer Lil' Mo shot back at Spike Lee for choosing not to use her music. I'm not sure what she said but I didn't care to hear it. Lil' Mo is always trying to find a way to get attention and this is her latest stunt. There is nothing wrong with her having an opinion but its an opinion no one wants to here.

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