Doc Johnson Shines at 2019 Winter ANME, XBIZ Award Shows

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Palm Springs Film Fest red carpet shines with celebs

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Donald Glover Shines On ‘SNL’, Performs 2 New Childish Gambino Songs [VIDEO]

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Donald Glover performed double duty on Saturday Night Live last night (May 5) as he was the host and musical performer. And he killed it. 

Besides some hilarious skits including mocking Kanye West, a Migos parody called “Friendos” and a Star Wars riff featuring Lando Calrissian and all the Black people in space.

As for Childish Gambino, viewers got treated to two new songs called “Saturday” and “This Is America,” the latter of which saw its official video premiere immediately afterward.

Watch the sketches below, see the “Saturday” performance on the flip.

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Solange Shines Light On 15 Women For Her “Word To The Woman” Puma Collaboration


Before this shoot, I was in the middle of a two week whirlwind mixed with life, work and creative projects. I had a massive meeting in Amsterdam at G-Star headquarters then bounced around Europe. I briefly came back to New York, went away again, then returned to New York one day before this shoot.

I was counting down the days to the “Word to the Woman” shoot filled with excitement. I got to work super early that morning, partially because of excitement and partially because I knew I had to leave a bit early to make it to the shoot…I guess I am telling on myself at this point, but I completed everything I needed to at the office before I hopped in an Uber. Sitting silently in the backseat I was grateful it was just 7 minute zip from where I was.

We shot in a quaint two bedroom, cozy apartment, the way I like homes to feel. As I entered the room I greeted the team, DJ Lindsey (one of the featured women) and Solange before I headed into the wardrobe room.

I opened the door to the warmest welcome and one of the most beautiful smiles by Lizzy Okpo, who styled the shoot and put all my butterflies at ease. After checking out my outfit option I headed to hair and make-up, nestled in a little boys room full of toys. Apart of me wanted to dig through them like I was 5 but I sat down and started to get pretty! I am an adult after all.


I turned around and literally choked on my words. Neal Ferinah was doing my hair, I haven’t seen him in about 15 years and he has known me before I was even born (when I was still in my mother’s womb if we want to get exact). It was one of those moments when you know your stars are aligned and you are where you are supposed to be. What are the odds!

While he was adding some life to my fro, my teal and salmon nails were asked to be covered in white which I decided needs to be my new go to color, it popped beautifully against my skin.


Everyone was moving fast and I was almost ready. I was most excited about my eye makeup because that is the one department where I literally can’t do more then a black line. My eye makeup was bold and vibrant; beautiful tones of green and blues with a touch white to close the deal.


I quickly slipped into my nude ensemble, a color I don’t often wear because of my pale complexion but the two -piece was to die for, and Lizzy’s taste is impeccable.

My outfit was paired with the mono toned yellow suede Puma that I had already planned a few outfits around. I was a bit shy, nervous, anxious, and excited at the same time. The photographer, J. Quazi King was ready and so was I. The wall was white, the couch was concealed with a white throw, and the floors were wooden. I was briefed on the mood and took direction from Solange, you know a regular Wednesday afternoon!

She was so graceful as she showed me how to move and I realized I wasn’t quite there yet… as I chuckled to myself. I tried to give a “fierce mean face” which somehow turned into a big teeth bearing smile, I think I was just too happy to even think an angry thought. It looks a lot easier than it is! Trust mii daddy **Skepta voice**.

I really loved the details of the books wrapped in salmon colored newspaper to boost the palette of the shot. It was minimal, soft, fresh, and innocent…a part of me that somehow was captured through every detail of my carefully curated environment.


Once we got the shot, I headed back to the wardrobe room for the video segment post rolling around on the couch. It all kind of made sense in that moment. I realized what the campaign was all about. The empowerment of women through a series of various visual stories that all lead to a road of greatness.

I have always admired women who had a voice, power, or wisdom who were not afraid to share it. Women who may see the light in another woman and pushes her to shine brighter. Women who dare to be themselves, take risks, be vulnerable, and love on purpose. These women are somewhat rare, because it takes a very particular type of woman to do this. This woman is selfless, loving, strong, willing, and able all balled into one. Somehow Solange was able to delve into a sea of women and handpick a few that to her innovate and redfine roles from varied walks of life.

In that moment, I stepped outside of my 9-5, my love for music, and my never-ending hustle to be embrace that special moment and be happy. I was beyond honored to be hand selected by Solange alongside such powerful and inspiring women. Here are some of the other women featured:


























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Cabaret: Betty Buckley Shines A (Ghost) Light At Joe’s Pub

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Fans won’t want to miss Tony winner Betty Buckley’s all-too-brief stint at Joe’s Pub through May 31. I’m still disappointed I missed her last fall here. First, Joe’s Pub is one of New York City’s best intimate spaces for live performance. Second, she was promoting her new album Ghostlight, which was co-produced by longtime friend T Bone Burnett and may well be the album of her career. It was certainly one of the ten best CDs of 2014. I hoped and assumed Buckley would still be promoting that work.

But ever restless as Buckley is, she’s created an entirely new show dubbed “Dark Blue-Eyed Blues.” It finds Buckley in a playful mood. She dished up some amusing anecdotes, ranging from singing one of her favorite songs in the shower (“Come To Me, Bend To Me,” a highlight of that album and this show), feeling jealous of the spotlight at a grade school talent show and falling in love with a hot but dumber-than-soap man and needing couples therapy to admit to herself she’d have to move on from this appealing but inert hunk.

This light mood was captured in quick, upbeat renditions of “Them There Eyes,” “Do Nothin’ Till You Hear From Me” and “Blues In The Night” (not to mention the defiant “I’m Still Here” which Buckley sang recently in an all-star concert production of Follies at the Royal Albert Hall in London).

But for me, this isn’t where Buckley lives. Like Peggy Lee and Shirley Horn, Buckley is a master at quiet, intimate, revelatory renditions of songs you thought you knew but which sound utterly fresh and new when she sings them.

“This Nearly Was Mine’ (from South Pacific, of course and a rare selection that appeared on Ghostlight) was an early highlight of the 80 minute set, a moving but dry-eyed spin on a number currently showcased on Broadway in that musical’s revival.

(Dry-eyed, by the way, is not the most typical phrase to use when discussing Buckley since she digs deep into the emotions of tunes — not to mention offering a tribute to her friend Stephen Bruton who has gone too soon –and the tears often flow.)

Another masterful moment was the lullaby “All The Pretty Horses,” a song which would have fit perfectly on Ghostlight but doesn’t appear on that album. The arrangements of musical director Christian Jacob here and throughout the show leaned on dissonance to create a shimmering backdrop that is deceptive and one imagines quite tricky for a singer to navigate, though Buckley makes it seem easy. Between threading the needle on the arrangement and using her microphone with consummate skill, Buckley made this promise of a treat for a baby feel like a blessing of prosperity for one and all. They delivered similar magic on an exceptional Rodgers & Hart medley that contained “Where’s That Rainbow,” “Spring Is Here” and “Falling In Love With Love.”

Here’s Buckley singing “Bewitched.” It’s on her new album Ghostlight though Buckley didn’t sing it in this concert.

With her mother and godmother in the audience, Buckley was on her best behavior like any daughter would be. She also kept a stand with lyrics facing her wherever she wandered on the stage and those paying attention could enjoy a master class of seeing her quietly move it this way and that without ever calling attention to the fact. Whether Buckley always keeps lyrics handy to free her of anxiety or just at the beginning of a new show, I can’t say. I can say that her casual glances at the sheets now and then didn’t detract from her performance.

It’s been almost 18 years since she opened a show on Broadway, which is absurd, as Buckley proved by her terrific rendition of Sting’s “Practical Arrangement,” a cooly observant tune about a lack of love not being an impediment to marriage that was written for his musical The Last Ship but not used in the show. One wonders how a mother feels hearing the child she once held in her arms deliver the insight of Joni Mitchell’s “Both Sides Now” as an encore, though of course it’s always a shock to remember this wise song was written when Mitchell was just 23 years old.

So it’s a solid if not yet transcendent show, with her band in fine form and Buckley in excellent voice. If you can’t catch it, do yourself a favor and get Ghostlight right away.


And to heck with variety, Buckley, give us a dark night of the soul show, an In The Wee Small Hours style evening of intimacy and regret. Leave the upbeat numbers to the kids who don’t know better. On the penultimate performance of the concert proper, Buckley delivered Leonard Cohen’s “Bird On The Wire” with grace, opening her arms wide as she sang “I have tried in my way to be free,” as if to say, “This is who I am.” Revered? Definitely. Underutilized on stage and screen because she doesn’t play the game the way they expect? Unquestionably. Free? Artistically for sure, and that’s surely the only way that matters.

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Bolivian child musical prodigy shines in Washington D.C.

A nine-year-old Bolivian child prodigy, who also happens to be blind, captivates crowds during a performance at the World Bank in Washington D.C. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

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Country Star Sam Hunt’s ‘Take Your Time’ Shines Light On Domestic Violence

Sometimes country music is more than guitars and cowboy boots.

Country artist Sam Hunt’s song “Take Your Time,” off of his new album “Montevallo,” features a different storyline than most music videos. Instead of pairing his romantic ballad with a standard romantic plot line, Hunt uses his video to confront the topic of domestic violence. And the result is powerful.

The video features a young woman with an infant who’s in an abusive relationship. Hunt watches her from afar at a bar, laundry mat and gas station. Each time he sees the woman, her partner is shoving her and yelling at her.

At the end of the music video, the woman gets into her car to drive away from her partner, and he hits her in their front yard. Hunt finally intervenes. Watch the full video below.

While the reality of leaving an abusive partner is far more complicated than simply driving away, the music video shines a much-needed spotlight on the effects of domestic abuse.

In the U.S., intimate partner violence is something that 1 in 4 women and 1 in 7 men will face in their lifetimes. Three women are murdered every day by a current or former male partner and a woman is beaten every nine seconds in the U.S.

“With ‘Take Your Time,’ Hunt now brings country into the conversation [about domestic violence],” Mic’s Tom Barnes writes. “He adds the video to a growing collection of songs and artists attempting to stretch country to include more modern narratives.”

Job well done, Mr. Hunt.
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‘Cinderella’ shines at the box office

“Cinderella,” the latest live-action retelling of a classic, sparkled like a glass slipper in its opening weekend, with an estimated debut of $ 70.1 million. – Entertainment

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Oscar shines from Argentina to Poland

Russian film “Leviathan” is the front runner in the Academy Awards best foreign language film category. Alicia Powell reports.

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Concert Review: Sam Smith Shines As He Kicks Off His Latest Tour In Atlanta

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Dave Chappelle Shines In New Routine

Comedian Dave Chappelle has officially returned to the stage, kicking off a series of quickly sold-out shows across the country. On December 21 he returned to the Louisville Palace Theatre for a showcase hosted by DJ Trauma, convincing all in attendance that Dave is back.

Recently named GQ Magazine’s “Man of the Year,” he somehow found the humor in everything from the Bill Cosby allegations to police brutality.

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