Solange Marrying Music & Art Is Pure Magic, See What She Did At Jimmy Fallon Show

The “Cranes In The Sky” diva keeps raising the bar of creativity in every live performance. Solange Knowles of Saint Records once again brought magic to the Jimmy Fallon show with an unusual connection (literally) with her back up singers.
Draped in pink on a pink background, Solange stayed tied up with her back up singers in a dress or three dresses rather, which were attached to each other. The sight was pure art, music and magic.
See photos below:
Jimmy Fallon Tonight ?

Love and honor to Revelations by Ailey ? 
Singers: Isadora Mendez and Franchelle Lucas
Costumes : Tina and Tim White 
Choreography/Creative Direction: Myself
Band: Drums- John Key Jr.
Bass - David "DJ" Raymond Jr.
Keys- Reshard Baham
Co Musical Director - Pj Morton
Dance coordinator- Maya Taylor

On @jimmyfallon tonight ?

On @jimmyfallon tonight ???

  • These are jumpsuits that I designed and Tim White made for Solanges performance on Jimmy Fallon,  they make our work look good ! I am soo proud of my baby ??can't wait to see the performance. Jimmy Fallon ?  Solange 's idea to connect them she's always thinking  out the box??

Solange preparing for performance on Jimmy Fallon Tonight! In the outfits that me and Tim White Created! ??

Erdogan Stages Mass Rally In Show Of Strength After Coup Attempt

President Tayyip Erdogan has told a rally of millions of people in Turkey that the failed July coup would be a milestone in building a stronger Turkey and defying the Western criticism of mass purges.

He also vowed to destroy those behind the putsch.

The “Democracy and Martyrs’ Rally” at the Yenikapi parade ground, built into the sea on the southern edge of Istanbul, was a show of strength by Erdogan.

He was angered by European criticism of his combative response to the coup and by U.S. reluctance to hand over the man he accuses of masterminding it.

Banners in a sea of red Turkish flags read “You are a gift from God, Erdogan” and “Order us to die and we will do it”.

It was the first time in decades that opposition leaders joined a rally in support of the government, with pockets of secularists, nationalists and others alongside his core Islamist supporters.

He said that the July 15 abortive coup, draw parallels to times past when Turkey was occupied by foreign forces.

“That night, our enemies who were rubbing their hands in anticipation of Turkey’s downfall woke up the next morning to the grief that things would be more difficult from now on.

“From now on, we will examine very carefully who we have under us.

“We will see who we have in the military, who we have in the judiciary, and throw the others out of the door,’’ Erdogan said.

The report said that the parade ground, built to hold more than a million people, was overflowed, with the streets of surrounding neighborhoods clogged by crowds.

It said that one presidency official put the numbers at around five million and the event was broadcast live on public screens at smaller rallies across Turkey’s 81 provinces.

Chris Brown Denied Entry Into Australia, His Concert Cancelled

The Australian government is serious about not allowing Chris Brown into their country. Earlier this year, they threatened to deny him work Visa over his 2009 domestic violence conviction & yesterday, it was officially announced that the Australian leg of Chris’ ‘One Hell of a Night’  tour has been canceled. See a message from Chris Brown’s promoter posted on Ticketek Austrialian below…

Chris Brown’s December 2015 tour in both Australia and New Zealand will not take place.

The shows scheduled at Perth Arena on 9 December, Rod Laver Arena on 12 December, Allphones Arena on 14 December and Brisbane Entertainment Centre on 16 December are cancelled.

Mr Brown and the promoters both remain positive that the tour will take place in the near future.

Mr Brown wishes to express his deepest gratitude to the fans for their support and looks forward to a successful tour in the near future.

Kylie Jenner Explains Her Relationship With Tyga On Ellen Degeneres Show

Kylie Jenner’s interview with Ellen Degeneres doesn’t air until Monday, but the show has released a sneak peek and it’s juicy. While Kylie is really there to promote her upcoming lipstick line, Ellen doesn’t let her get away too easy, asking her if she really, actually broke up with Tyga.

“I don’t know what’s going on, all I hear is that you’re with Tyga, you’re not with Tyga?” Ellen asked.

 “No. We’re not broken up,” Kylie replied adding that “people have it all wrong.”

“We just honestly…we became best friends before anything happened, so I think that, that’s awesome and we’re just like. I don’t know. Hanging out. Living life. We’re still together.”

So, there you have it! She kind of answered the question, right? See for yourself in the clip, below.


Credit: Seventeen

Nothing To Show For Economic Growth- Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari yesterday lamented that the much celebrated growth recorded in Nigeria’s economy had not improved the lives of Nigerians, particularly the youths who constitute the majority of the country’s population.

The resultant effect of this, he said, was that young Nigerians move from rural to urban areas and from the country to other countries across borders in search of greener pastures.

The president, who made this observation at the commemoration ceremony of the 2015 International Youth Day held in the old banquet hall of the presidential villa, Abuja, assured, however, that his government would place high premium in tackling challenges confronting the youth population.

Buhari said, “It is, however, an issue of serious concern that in Nigeria, so far, economic growth has not translated into commensurate and improved social outcomes, especially for our 60 million young people who make up the majority of the population.

“Consequently, our youth migrate from rural to urban areas and from this country to other countries across borders in search of greener pastures.

“Distinguished ladies and gentlemen and my beloved youth, I want to assure you that the new administration will place high premium in tackling challenges facing the youth sector.”

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