Morning Soul: Love Was Changing The Minds Of Pretenders

  • Cissy Houston continued her quest to be in the side-eye hall of fame publicized an open letter to her granddaughter, Bobbi Kristina, saying she was “too young” to get married to Nick Gordon. [THR
  • Tamar Braxton revealed she suffered from post-baby “shock,” admitting she felt “disappointed” and “unattached” after delivering her son, Logan. [GMA]
  • Jennifer Hudson‘s latest film project, The Inevitable Defeat of Mister And Pete, will be released this fall and feature music from executive producer Alicia Keys. [VAR]
  • Imitation is the sincerest form: Does recent fan outrage over Big Freedia opening for Postal Service spotlight the bigger issues of race and intolerance — or reinforce how image still trumps substance? [SALON]
  • Producers for Fox’s musical series Glee announced the show will address addiction as it bids farewell to Cory Monteith, who died in July from an overdose. [BB
  • While many may not have discovered Trinidad James, the hair envy inspired by the singer’s flowing mane is off the charts.[ROOT]
  • Fifty years later, music lovers and scholars continue to discover Blues People by Amiri Baraka, an unflinching look at the origins of African American music. [NPR]

- Advertisement -

You May Also Like