After ten years, we didn't think Snoop Dogg could still surprise us. We were wrong.
The Long Beach rapper has announced his decision to leave the rap game and become a reggae singer. But that, surprisingly, isn't the best part. Snoop is officially out of the Dogg house and will now be known as Snoop Lion. According to the Huffington Post, Snoop's new moniker isn't just some whim — it's a message from a higher power!<
The Last King of Scotland director Kevin Macdonald has set his sights on reggae legend Bob Marley for his new documentary, Marley, TheWrap.com reports.
"What made Bob tick is probably unanswerable but viewers will certainly feel that they know him a little better after seeing our documentary. I am grateful to the Marley family for entrusting me with their heritage," Macdonald said, alluding to how his relatives are participating in the project.
Erin Lokitz and Tony Kanal
No Doubt bassist Tony Kanal and his longtime girlfriend, Erin Lokitz, are expecting their first child early next year, the band announced on its website.
Gwen Stefani gives birth to second son
Under a photo of Lokitz's pregnant stomach wearing headphones, the father-to-be added ...
There's no denying that all of the competition's rockers, both present and past, are capable singers. However, it's becoming clear that only a few have the nuance necessary to front INXS. I just can't imagine some of these guys succeeding outside of their respective genres. Then again, I can't imagine much right now, because Brooke Burke isn't wearing pants. But rock is all about soldiering on in the legs, er, face of adversity, so I'll do my best to recap.
Suzie: If Evanescence were to cover "Losing My Religion," it would sound like this. Mixing some grungy wailing into her breathy delivery, Suzie Q kicked off the show with something truly inventive.
MiG: Ladies and gentlemen, meet the new singer of INXS. I simply cannot see how Kirk, Garry and the Brothers Farriss could choose someone over MiGgy. This guy could sing the liner notes of an INXS album and turn them into a showstopper.