Watch Soul Train Performances From Erykah Badu, D.R.A.M., Brandy, Sisqo & More
The recording of the 2016 Soul Train Music Awards aired earlier tonight (Nov. 27), after the ceremony had been held earlier this month (Nov. 6) in Las Vegas. The award winners were unveiled with tonight's broadcast, and Beyonce won a few of the major categories, while Drake came away empty-handed despite leading all artists with 12 nominations. Those who tuned in also got to witness a number of exciting performances.
French Montana To Make Film Debut In Romantic Comedy "The Perfect Match"
French Montana allegedly has an album coming out in March... he also has a movie coming out. The Hanh Man will make his film debut in "The Perfect Match," a romantic comedy that hits theaters on March 11th.
Top Tracks: November 2 - November 8
10. Fetty Wap - Jimmy Choo It's been less than two months since Fetty Wap's debut self-titled album, which went No. 1, and he's already dropped a joint tape with French Montana and has another EP in the works. "Jimmy Choo," dedicated to the Malaysian fashion designer, would sound nicely on the upcoming release. It's softer than most of Fetty's radio anthems, as Zoovier channels the sound of his new life of luxury.
5 Songs You Didn't Know Frank Ocean Wrote
By now, we all know Frank Ocean best as the Odd Future member who's peeled off and had arguably the most successful solo career of the whole crew. A ton of that is thanks to his solo material, with Channel Orange especially garnering a ton of positive reception, but Ocean's also made his mark on the R&B game as a guest vocalist and writer. High-profile collabs with Kanye and Jay Z have obviously done wonders for his notoriety, but behind the scenes, Ocean's written some big hits for star singers.
Ariana Grande & Jessie J Re-Recording Brandy & Monica's "The Boy Is Mine" [Update: Jessie J Says It's Not Happening]
Brandy & Monica ruled the '90s, and their song "The Boy Is Mine" was a big part of that. Earlier this year when word came out that Iggy Azalea and Keyshia Cole were remaking "Mo Money Mo Problems," the backlash was high.