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Grace Jones Talks About Bloodlight And Bami On The Tonight Show

Grace Jones was a guest on The Tonight Show and she talked about her family, career and the Bloodlight And Bami documentary. Jones explained the title of the film is a dual homage to her recording career and favorite food. She also shared a story about her famous performance on the opening night of Studio 54 and how it was a catalyst for Nile Rodgers’s “Freak Out” single with Chic. Grace Jones: Bloodlight And Bami will open in nationwide theaters April 20th. 

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Watch: PRhyme Live At Vevo

 Royce Da 5’9″ and DJ Premier’s PRhyme 2 just came out and they appeared in the Vevo studios today and gave a mini concert. The new album has appearances from Denaun Porter, Rapsody, B.I.G. K.R.I.T. and more. They also appeared on The Tonight Show last night and performed “Flirt” with 2Chainz. 

 

 

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Kali Uchis & Tyler, The Creator Perform After The Storm On The Tonight Show

 Kali Uchis and Tyler, The Creator performed “After The Storm” for Jimmy Fallon’s audience backed by The Roots. Uchis is getting ready for the release of her first album Isolation this year. She’s been touring with Lana Del Rey and The Tonight Show performance was her first television appearance.  

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Erykah Badu Rates Fred Flintstone, Dog Spas & More

Erykah Badu sits for Pitchfork’s Over/Under and she rates dog spas, landlines, period tracking apps and more. Badu just curated the Fela Box Set 4 by Afrobeat king Fela. She recently performed a cover of Fela’s “Sorrow Tears And Blood” and her classic “On & On” on The Tonight Show.

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Watch: Sza Perform Supermodel On The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

Sza continues to be seen everywhere with a performance of “Supermodel” on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. It’s her second time on the show this year and all of her appearances are building anticipation for The Grammys because she has most 2018 nominations for any woman artist. Sza’s CTRL is becoming what Mary J. Blige’s What’s The 411? was for Generation X women.

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