Results for "ciara"Categories CultureEventsInterestInterviewsMusic VideosNew ReleasesNewsPerformancesReviewsSocialVideoSort LatestOldestRihanna, Soulja Boy and more react to Karl Lagerfeld's deathThe fashion icon passed away at the age of 85.REVOLT TVCiara launches new label, talks importance of creative ownershipIntroducing Beauty Marks Entertainment.REVOLT TVThe best dressed celebs during 2019 Grammys weekendGrammy weekend has become one of fashion's biggest moments.REVOLT TVR. Kelly banned from Philadelphia The City of Brotherly Love has no love for R. KellyTatyana JeneneFuture releases new album 'The WIZRD,' weighs in on Ciara and Russell WilsonThe rapper continues to open up about his ex.REVOLT TVMissy Elliott becomes first female rap artist inducted into Songwriters Hall of FameThe Grammy award-winning artist is also the third rapper to be inducted.REVOLT TVCiara is seeking a mediation with Future over son’s travel scheduleThe singer has reportedly asked family court to intervene.REVOLT TVCharting Black Excellence | Kim Porter was a music museWe won't ponder what hit records may have been made through Porter’s inspiration, but we know that she experienced much of Bad Boy's 20-year history firsthand...Da’Shan SmithLil Wayne recalls almost dying in 2018 BET Hip Hop Awards speechThe veteran rapper received the "I Am Hip Hop" award.REVOLT TVCiara and Missy Elliott reunite at AMAs for performance of “Level Up (Remix)”We might just need a joint album next.REVOLT TVStill In Control: What Janet Jackson's return means for R&B musicOne of the most influential progenitors of the genre's current sound has come back to, once again, move the dial.REVOLT TVRanking Rihanna's 15 most underappreciated music gemsWhile we wait for #R9, we revisit the singles, features, and deep cuts that have been ignored, snubbed, panned, or simply require some more attention.Da’Shan Smith10 R&B artists that bodied rap versesFrom Monica spitting on "So Gone" to Chris Brown delivering double-time on "Look At Me Now," only a few singers have proven capable of getting off a hot 16.Preezy BrownRevisiting how Jeezy's 'The Recession' brought hood politics to the forefront of trap music10 years later, we recall the LP's triumphant sound and Jeezy's confident mindset as a superhero out to save the hood by any means necessary.Da’Shan SmithMaster Class: How New Orleans, New Jersey, Miami and Baltimore run Bounce, Bass and Club mixesLong before Drake's "Nice for What," French Montana's "Pop That," or Beyoncé's "Freakum Dress," regional dance music proved to be infectious for black listeners...Da’Shan Smith Rappers owe viral stars more than head nodsA guest appearance in a music video or night out with the celebrity are not acceptable forms of reimbursement, but rappers tend to pay in clout, not coins.Trey AlstonCiara comes back with the dances moves in "Level Up"After a three year hiatus from music, Ciara is back with big dance number "Level Up" directed and choreographed by Parri$ Goebel.Chase IchikiThe truth about Future, Drake, and toxic masculinityBoth men chronicle their past "conquests" in their music (albeit to differing public perceptions), but isn't drawing from life experiences just storytelling?Trey AlstonI Guess... | Kiki, Mahbed, and Drake’s meme rap careerThe intent to make a well-rounded song is gone; now your favorite artist is giving you 15 seconds so some Instagram farmer will uproot it and grow it across...Kathy IandoliHow Diddy and Bad Boy infiltrated and conquered pop culture in the 2000sWith a stronghold on hitmaking, sleek branding, reality TV and evolving, Diddy solidified his crossover appeal, catering to a wide audience, and kept his label...Da’Shan SmithA comprehensive breakdown of the musicality in Tinashe's discographyLooking at her four mixtapes and three albums, many tend to forget the striking allure, diverse artistry, and otherworldliness of the singer's individualistic...Da’Shan SmithMaster Class: A comprehensive history of the Electro-Hop&B genre in the 90s & 2000sThe subgenre championed independent women willing to define their lives on their own terms.Da’Shan SmithHit Em Wit Da Hee: How Missy Elliott’s early career set the stage for our current cultural momentMissy was everything that typical women in hip-hop and R&B were not: she was big, brown, and her style was femme but not oversexualized.Terryn HallThe best moments from New York Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2018REVOLT’s guide to the boldest looks, which designers to watch and who from hip-hop’s elite sat front row.Kamylle Edwards