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Jordin Sparks is not happy with Billboard after they used a quote from her referencing her ex-boyfriend Jason Derulo as the headline, rather than a positive one from their interview. The Right Here Right Now singer has been heavily promoting her new album and her comeback to music, but the outlet titled their headline, Jordin Sparks on the ‘Pain and Confusion’ From Her Breakup With Jason Derulo.” She responded on Twitter, writing, “I made a better headline 4 you! MT @billboard: Jordin Sparks on her biggest comeback fear ‘the landscape has changed.” [GossipCop]

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Run The Jewels has been working hard on in the studio, but it looks like they have some big names joining them this time around. The duo was pictured in the studio with the likes of both Nas and Zach De la Roch of Rage Against The Machine. [Miss Info]

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Courtney Love penned a precious birthday message to her daughter, Frances Bean Cobain, for her 23rd birthday, and it definitely will cue the water works. The 51-year-old posted a photo to her Instagram of her with the late Kurt Cobain and her little girl, captioning it, “My greatest love and our precious Bean #missyou #memories.” [E! News]

Joey B is coming with more heat for his fan base, as he just dropped his brand new track “Wrong Time,” featuring Trev Rich and Red Pages. The Massachusetts native released the song as a preview for what’s to come off of his upcoming album, Closure. [Soundcloud]

Rotimi, singer and star of the 50 Cent‘s show Power, sat down with Tia Long for an interview, where the two discussed his transition from being a college student to acting in the one of the biggest shows on television. The New Jersey native also revealed what’s in store for him while filming for season 3 of the show. [By Tia Long]


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