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The Grammy’s announced their nominations and like always some artists were not happy.

Omarion took to twitter to let people know that booty-eating songs matter and we will deal!



Omarion is pressedT and trust me I understand. I want to be nominated for Best New Blog lol. “Post To Be” is cute don’t get me wrong I’m twerking and poppin’ at the bar right now listening to it. It isn’t Grammy nomination worthy though, Omarion. You were nominated for “Best Collab” on the Soul Train Awards 2015 and you didn’t even attend.

Black Artists should be nominated for Grammys but when these artists don’t even show up to “black award” shows, it’s sad. Stop asking for validation from these white other awards shows and support your own.

Omarion, it can be argued that your song did cute because of Chris Brown. “Post To Be” sounds like a lot like other songs that have been put out this year so please think before you tweet.

Anyway listen to “Post To Be” and tell me what award it deserves.

Is “Post To Be” Grammy-worthy?





  1. Virginia Alexander

    December 7, 2015 at 10:18 pm

    Chaka Demus and Pliers sang Murder she wrote about 15 years ago in Jamaica . Still is a Dancehall favorite all over the world . OMARIAN copied that song . Same as Nicky coping Sir Mix A lot BIG BUTT song . Both artist complained about not getting nominated . Well GET ORIGINAL

  2. Danielle J

    December 7, 2015 at 10:21 pm

    I only listen to the song because of Chris Brown

  3. [email protected]

    December 7, 2015 at 10:28 pm

    The way Omarion hypes this song up you’d think he had made a 2015 version of “we are the world” lol I’m gonna need him to choose a seat, and like you said.. Stop searching for a particular group’s validation

  4. Tina

    December 7, 2015 at 10:29 pm

    Post to be a Grammy worthy song ????????

  5. Layshae

    December 7, 2015 at 10:29 pm

    The way Omarion hypes this song up you’d think he had made a 2015 version of “we are the world” lol I’m gonna need him to choose a seat, and like you said.. Stop searching for a particular group’s validation

  6. Brittany

    December 7, 2015 at 11:26 pm

    “Post to be” got what it deserves…NOTHING

  7. Bianca Haws

    December 8, 2015 at 1:39 am

    Honestly the only part I really know is jhene aikos

  8. crystal

    December 8, 2015 at 1:52 am

    Nope not grammy worthy its cute but basic…jhene aiko and chris brown made this song listen worthy

  9. DIVA1980

    December 8, 2015 at 3:24 am

    Only listen to the song for Chris Brown part and the beat was good!

  10. Monique

    December 8, 2015 at 3:24 am

    I’m surprised he’s so shocked not to be nominated for a Grammy. Jill Scott, Neyo, and Tamia were overlooked for nomination. That, to me, is shocking. I would have been shocked to see “Post To Be” nominated. Omarion says that “Post To Be” is one of the greatest R&B collabs EVER. Really sir? Have a seat. If we’re talking about best R&B collabs EVER we have to talk about collabs like Eric Benet & Tamia Spend My Life With You, Babyface and Karyn White Love Saw It, R.L. and Deborah Cox We Can’t Be Friends, Brandy and Wanya Morris Brokenhearted, Luther Vandross and Martha Wash I Who Have Nothing, Lionel Richie and Diana Ross Endless Love, Johnny Gill and Stacy Lattisaw Where Do We Go From Here , El DeBarge, Barry White, Al B. Sure, & James Ingram Secret Garden, Whitney Houston, Kelly Price and Faith Evans Heartbreak Hotel, Roberta Flack and Peabo Bryson, Marvin Gaye and Tammy Terrell…I see no way for Post To Be to be one of the best R&B collaborations ever.

  11. Brittany

    December 8, 2015 at 5:21 am

    It was a big song, but not grammy worthy ?

  12. Lady Einstein

    December 8, 2015 at 11:18 am

    It was cute. I MAKE HIM DO IT!

  13. Savanna

    December 8, 2015 at 4:26 pm

    Omarion and April are both big ass jokes!! Love and hip hop gave his irrelevant ass the big head and put him back on the map. I had actually forgotten about his dancing ass. He should humble himself a bit more. FYI you didn’t win a damn soul train award so a Grammy would really be reaching.

    • kay kay

      December 10, 2015 at 4:08 am

      Yeah he needs to have a seat that song don’t deserve no Grammy

  14. Kim

    December 8, 2015 at 6:59 pm

    Dear Omarion,

    It is admirable to believe in yourself when no one else does.

    Best wishes

  15. Kendra

    December 9, 2015 at 1:48 am

    How??????? How??? How was this post to be nominated? This song wasn’t post to be nominated for ANY AWARD!!! We should be pushing for greatness and not settling for singers trying to sing in one tone over some Soulja Boy beats!!!!

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Ray J Allegedly Stranded Pregnant Princess Love and Their Daughter




Trouble in Scoot-E Bike paradise? Ray J is catching heat from social media and his pregnant wife after allegedly stranding her and their daughter in Las Vegas!

With the Love and Hip Hop Hollywood season finale and reunion episodes on the horizon, many are speculating this is a quick ploy by Mona Scott Young to get attention for the show. But it’s clear the couple has had problems in their relationship long before now. Remember the infamous pool incident? In any event, it’s safe to say things are not looking good for the singer-turned-entrepreneur and his once-doting wife.

Ray J has blocked Princess Love after she accused him on Instagram of stranding her and their precious child, Melody, in the city of sin. Leaving a comment beneath a recent post of his, Princess said “[Ray J] Left me and Melody stranded in Vegas and blocked me from calling…now you wanna post family photos #ByeUgly.” Princess who is currently 8 months pregnant with their second child then shared a post to her IG Story. She quipped:

“Yes, I can fly home…I have my own money. But my car is here and I don’t want to drive back alone with my daughter because I’m over 8 months pregnant and I don’t even want to have to stop for gas or go into labor with all of this human trafficking going on…”

After seeing his beloved wife had called him out for leaving her, Ray J promptly blocked Princess on IG and has since removed all trace of her from his page. Upon recognizing that she’d been cut off, Princess posted a screenshot and said “Somebody tell Scooty boy he’s only hurting himself. This is so funny to me.” A fan acknowledged how inappropriate Ray J’s response was and chimed, “My future husband would never.” Princess answered, “Mine either, sis.”

Do you think Ray J and Princess Love are just trying to boost ratings for L&HHH or is a divorce on the works?



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Ari Lennox, GoldLink Share Award Show Frustrations




While some recipients of Soul Train awards are celebrating their Grammy nominations, others are reeling from being snubbed. Talented emerging rappers like Megan Thee Stallion and established songbirds like Solange were not among The Grammy’s 2020 hopefuls. The absence of groundbreaking ingénues and omission of experimental artists has left those spurned, and their fan bases, questioning the relevance of once esteemed honors.

After pouring her heart out at the disappointment of not receiving a coveted honor from the Soul Train Awards, Ari Lennox has hinted she could be quitting music altogether. Initially conveyed through a series of now-scrubbed tweets, the Shea Butter Baby songstress said “[Every time] I wrap my head around it I just can’t accept it.” Nominated for Best R&B/Soul Female Artist, Album/Mixtape of the Year, and Best Collaboration Performance, Lennox walked away from the 32nd annual Soul Train Awards empty handed and broken hearted. But she’s vowed “what I will not do is ever be this depressed again.”

Her heart set upon claiming the award for Best R&B/Soul Female Artist, Ari says her disappointment goes beyond losing the trophy. “It’s not just an award. It wasn’t any award show,” she pined. “It was the soul train awards. As you can see I’m [a] big fan of soul music and a huge fan of soul train history.” Gutted by the lack of recognition, Ari’s response has fans clamoring for understanding. After all, it isn’t often that we see an artist publicly distraught over losing at a Black awards show, but that’s a topic for another day. Despite the critical reception of Shea Butter Baby, Ari says she anticipated the cold shoulder, just not at the Soul Train Awards. Now radio silent across all her social media accounts, it’s implied she could feel the same about the 2020 Grammy nominations. On this subject, GoldLink shares her rage.

Loudly decrying the illustrious award show, GoldLink took to Instagram with a long caption to distance himself from the ceremony. “Honestly, its f**k the Grammys til the day I die,” he started. “I am no longer participating in that wild ass slave ass political ass cheating ass game any longer.” Disappointed in the selection of nominees, GoldLink called out The Grammys for a “lack of relevance”. Believing they are too far removed from the pulse of the music industry, he attacked the nomination review committees for omitting international Black artists and undercutting the value of Black art. With absolutely no female rap nominees on the ticket this year and eclectic compilations like The Gift and When I Get Home miscategorized or ignored, it’s easy to share his sentiments. Demanding The Grammys evolves to recognize the full spectrum of Black artistry, GoldLink offered pointed criticism citing the impact such neglect would have on future generations. Saying “WTF do you think these kids learn when you tell them [their] Black art isn’t good enough? Or isn’t noticed at all?” GoldLink took aim at their dated practices. He added “I’ve just gotten to a point after three years of being silent on this topic, that my value is much beyond what closed door establishments have been giving us.” Alluding to Ari’s snub, he chimed “Even how our peers are voting against us. I cannot partake.”



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T.I. and Tiny to Appear on Red Table Talk




According to an ET exclusive, Jada Pinkett Smith has made space for T.I. to address his recent controversy regarding the invasive lengths of his parenting. But does T.I. truly need another platform to spew his willful ignorance?

After catching heat for comments made during a now-removed episode of Ladies Like Us, T.I. is on a redemption tour. Hoping to regain some favor with the public, he is appearing on Red Table Talk alone and alongside his wife, Tiny. Set to air next week, many are expecting the episode to feature an explanation for his poor judgment but more are wondering if it is truly necessary. With the damage already done and fallout ensuing, what more can T.I. add to the conversation that will not further exploit his daughter? And why was Deyjah not extended an invitation to express herself instead?

As someone who grew up in an oppressively protective household, I identify with Deyjah’s struggle. It is difficult to grow up in a space where you do not have agency over your own body or the license to explore your sexuality. Coming of age within the strict confines of what can only be described as the training grounds for a ‘Proverbs 31 woman’ is something few aspire to endure, Deyjah Harris included. After being embarrassed by T.I. and unsupported by Tiny, Deyjah has taken steps to separate herself from her family or, at the very least, protect her peace. Deyjah’s unfollowing of the immediate members of The Harris fold on social media and liking the posts of understanding strangers has stood out as her signs of rebellion. Still, she has yet to publicly articulate the extent of her trauma which is her right. However, it is my personal opinion that until she is given and accepts the opportunity to publicly condone the wrongs against her, all other persons, namely T.I., should kindly shut up.

While there is no way to confirm whether Jada offered Deyjah an opportunity to begin or continue her healing at the Red Table, to extend an invitation to her abuser is tacky. T.I. has proven time and again that he is a hardened misogynist. He views his wife, her body, and her sexuality as possessions to be exploited and has groomed his daughter for the same abusive treatment through unwarranted gynecological visits. Even during his Red Table Talk episode T.I. will exploit his wife’s pain by rehashing “how they survived, in regards to their marriage.” The man simply does not need another soap box, pulpit, microphone, or stage to amplify his narrow-minded musings. Regardless of the satisfaction we might find in an educational public dogpiling, it should not come by the complicity of another woman or at a woman’s expense.



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