Miley Cyrus Skipped VMAs After-Party to Record With Kanye West
How's this for an odd couple? Miley Cyrus and Kanye West are teaming up to make new music together and have already hit the studio to work on a few upcoming tracks, a source confirms to Us Weekly. In fact, the insider tells Us, the two skipped all the post-MTV Video Music Awards festivities in New York City to lay down a remix of West's "Black Skinhead." (Page Six was first to report the collaboration.)
"He was in a creative mood," the source says of the impromptu late-night recording session. "You know 'Ye: He does everything last minute and just decided to capture their energy and record right after the show. They decided that night."
The source notes that in addition to Cyrus' "Black Skinhead" verse, the pair "messed around with other tracks," some of which may appear on the 20-year-old pop star's new record. (The Disney alum announced earlier this month that her fourth album, Bangerz, would be released on Oct. 4.)
Cyrus' collaboration with the rapper and new dad (to daughter North, 2 months, with Kim Kardashian) came hot on the heels of another headline-making musical merger hours earlier -- between the "We Can't Stop" singer and "Blurred Lines" chart-topper Robin Thicke. The two were the talk of the town after their raunchy performance at the VMAs on Sunday, Aug. 25.
Last week, we reported on Juicy J‘s tweet about a 50K scholarship to the best twerker but now those that want to enter have access to all the details. The Stay Trippy rapper has partnered with Worldstarhiphop.com to launch the “Juicy J Scholarship Foundation” competition.
According to the press release, “All young women ages 18 (or age of majority in your state, whichever is higher) to 25, currently enrolled in a 2 or 4 year accredited college or university are eligible to enter. All contestants must be able to prove their enrolment through the 2014/2015 school year.
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Fans can enter the competition by creating YouTube videos explaining why they’re most deserving of the prize, utilizing the Juicy J song “Scholarship”, and submitting the link to their video in the contest entry form located here: http://www.worldstarhiphop.com/scholarship/. Contestants will be judged on their assets and creativity.
Show us why you deserve a Scholarship. Grades are optional. Juicy encourages entrants to be creative, as these videos will be voted upon by fans until the contest ends on September 30, 2013. Once fans have narrowed down their top ten favorite videos, Juicy himself will ultimately decide on the final winner to be awarded the scholarship to their university.”
So no twerking is necessary for a chance at 50K from Juicy J. Just be creative and show why you deserve the cash.
Enter here: http://www.worldstarhiphop.com/scholarship/
Yo! im giving away a $50,000 scholarship http://t.co/uKCsuK21MG #StayTrippy — juicy j (@therealjuicyj) August 29, 2013
@TheRealJuicyJ Is Giving Away A $50,000 Scholarship With Worldstar! http://t.co/ppNGOeKyAR #WSHH via @WorldStar #StudentsOnly — WSHH (@Worldstar_FANS) August 29, 2013
Paramore star Hayley Williams has sparked a new pop feud by taking aim at Miley Cyrus for her controversial performance at the MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday (25Aug13).
The former child star split fans and peers with her provocative routine, during which she thrust her backside into stage partner Robin Thicke's crotch, while sticking her tongue out at the audience. Williams insists she wasn't bothered by Miley's naughty act, but she was offended by the fact the 20 year old appeared to adopt moves that are popular in African-American culture as her own.
The Paramore singer rages, "It seems like more people are focusing on the trashiness or the dancing, the clothes. But I, actually, am uncomfortable with the racial aspect of it. I feel like she’s sort of taking a culture that isn’t really hers and sort of using it as an accessory, and that actually bothers me more...
( Collapse ) "I feel like maybe someone needs to go to her and sort of explain the race issue.
"I’m not going to be the artist that goes around throwing accusations that other artists are racist. I’m not gonna go there. I do think it’s a little insensitive, and it definitely seems as though there were black women onstage with her that... kinda felt like accessories more than anything else. I felt uncomfortable about that.
"I think Miley’s a 20-year-old girl who’s going to experience, or try to experience, new things for the first time, and that does include partying and wearing certain things that people aren’t going to feel comfortable with, and that, to me, is the lesser of any of the evils. That part doesn’t make me as uncomfortable."
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