#Grammys Rihanna Cam

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The memes may have rushed in after Rihanna arrived on the red carpet she even landed on the worst dress list for some! But Rihanna proved to be yet again a trendsetter on the red carpet! She Choose a Empire Waist Bright Pink @Giambattistavali Gown while everyone trended in see through mermaid gowns made popular by Her Beyonce and Jlo, Rihanna pushed the limits with a gown style not seen at all this red carpet season.
There is a saying about trendsetters

when everyone catches on Move on..and that is exactly what @badgalriri did!!

#grammys #rihsnna #

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Top Execs come out to celebrate the Billboard 100 during Grammy Week

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Billboard is slated to reveal the 2013 Power 100 List at an exclusive event, presented by Citi®, with leading music industry professionals. Following the relaunch of Billboard Magazine and fan-focused site; Billboard.com, plus new iPad edition; Billboard.biz, the 2013 Billboard Power 100 will honor the most influential and powerful names in the business. The evening will culminate with Clive Davis being honored with the Billboard Musical Visionary Award for his A&R work. The award will be renamed to Billboard’s Clive Davis Musical Visionary Award for future recipients.

Clive Davis will be available for photos only. Bill Werde (Editorial Director, Billboard) among other attendees will be available for one-on-one interviews and photos on the red carpet.

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Carrie Underwood talks fashion, Idol, and country music

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BlackTree TV covers the 55th GRAMMY Awards Red Carpet.

No one dominated this year: fun. took the first two of the big four awards, but then nothing, and a quartet of acts wound up the night with three apiece. If you have to pick a winner, The Black Keys get it with an asterisk due to Dan Auerbach’s producer Grammy.

Once again, the emphasis was on performances over awards: just 10 awards presented in 210 minutes, and the final award didn’t end the night, as the show went to commercial, then came back to a performance by host LL Cool J with Chuck D, Tom Morello, and Travis Barker.

Top winners of the night:

3 — The Black Keys — Best Rock Song, “Lonely Boy” ~ Best Rock Performance, “Lonely Boy” ~ Best Rock Album, “El Camino” (plus Producer of the Year, Non-Classical for Dan Auerbach)

3 — Jay-Z and Kanye West — Best Rap/Sung Collaboration, “No Church in the Wild” ~ Best Rap Performance, “N*****s in Paris” ~ Best Rap Song, “N*****s in Paris”

3 — Gotye — Record of the Year, “Somebody That I Used To Know” featuring Kimbra ~ Best Pop Duo/Group Performance, “Somebody That I Used To Know” featuring Kimbra ~ Best Alternative Music Album, “Making Mirrors”

3 — Skrillex — Best Dance Recording, “Bangarang” ~ Best Dance/Electronica Album, “Bangarang” ~ Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical, “Promises (Skrillex and Nero Remix)”

2 — fun. — Best New Artist ~ Song of the Year, “We Are Young”

2 — Mumford & Sons — Album of the Year, “Babel” ~ Best Long Form Music Video, “Big Easy Express”

2 — Frank Ocean — Best Rap/Sung Collaboration, “No Church in the Wild” ~ Best Urban Contemporary Album, “Channel Orange”

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Juanes talks about his creative process

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BlackTree TV covers the 55th GRAMMY Awards Red Carpet.

No one dominated this year: fun. took the first two of the big four awards, but then nothing, and a quartet of acts wound up the night with three apiece. If you have to pick a winner, The Black Keys get it with an asterisk due to Dan Auerbach’s producer Grammy.

Once again, the emphasis was on performances over awards: just 10 awards presented in 210 minutes, and the final award didn’t end the night, as the show went to commercial, then came back to a performance by host LL Cool J with Chuck D, Tom Morello, and Travis Barker.

Top winners of the night:

3 — The Black Keys — Best Rock Song, “Lonely Boy” ~ Best Rock Performance, “Lonely Boy” ~ Best Rock Album, “El Camino” (plus Producer of the Year, Non-Classical for Dan Auerbach)

3 — Jay-Z and Kanye West — Best Rap/Sung Collaboration, “No Church in the Wild” ~ Best Rap Performance, “N*****s in Paris” ~ Best Rap Song, “N*****s in Paris”

3 — Gotye — Record of the Year, “Somebody That I Used To Know” featuring Kimbra ~ Best Pop Duo/Group Performance, “Somebody That I Used To Know” featuring Kimbra ~ Best Alternative Music Album, “Making Mirrors”

3 — Skrillex — Best Dance Recording, “Bangarang” ~ Best Dance/Electronica Album, “Bangarang” ~ Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical, “Promises (Skrillex and Nero Remix)”

2 — fun. — Best New Artist ~ Song of the Year, “We Are Young”

2 — Mumford & Sons — Album of the Year, “Babel” ~ Best Long Form Music Video, “Big Easy Express”

2 — Frank Ocean — Best Rap/Sung Collaboration, “No Church in the Wild” ~ Best Urban Contemporary Album, “Channel Orange”

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Lecrae says he’s not a gospel rapper but a Hop Hop artist | Gospel Grammy Winner

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BlackTree TV covers the 55th GRAMMY Awards Red Carpet.

No one dominated this year: fun. took the first two of the big four awards, but then nothing, and a quartet of acts wound up the night with three apiece. If you have to pick a winner, The Black Keys get it with an asterisk due to Dan Auerbach’s producer Grammy.

Once again, the emphasis was on performances over awards: just 10 awards presented in 210 minutes, and the final award didn’t end the night, as the show went to commercial, then came back to a performance by host LL Cool J with Chuck D, Tom Morello, and Travis Barker.

Top winners of the night:

3 — The Black Keys — Best Rock Song, “Lonely Boy” ~ Best Rock Performance, “Lonely Boy” ~ Best Rock Album, “El Camino” (plus Producer of the Year, Non-Classical for Dan Auerbach)

3 — Jay-Z and Kanye West — Best Rap/Sung Collaboration, “No Church in the Wild” ~ Best Rap Performance, “N*****s in Paris” ~ Best Rap Song, “N*****s in Paris”

3 — Gotye — Record of the Year, “Somebody That I Used To Know” featuring Kimbra ~ Best Pop Duo/Group Performance, “Somebody That I Used To Know” featuring Kimbra ~ Best Alternative Music Album, “Making Mirrors”

3 — Skrillex — Best Dance Recording, “Bangarang” ~ Best Dance/Electronica Album, “Bangarang” ~ Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical, “Promises (Skrillex and Nero Remix)”

2 — fun. — Best New Artist ~ Song of the Year, “We Are Young”

2 — Mumford & Sons — Album of the Year, “Babel” ~ Best Long Form Music Video, “Big Easy Express”

2 — Frank Ocean — Best Rap/Sung Collaboration, “No Church in the Wild” ~ Best Urban Contemporary Album, “Channel Orange”

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Juanes wins a Grammy for Best Latin Album | BlackTree TV

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BlackTree TV covers the 55th GRAMMY Awards Red Carpet.

No one dominated this year: fun. took the first two of the big four awards, but then nothing, and a quartet of acts wound up the night with three apiece. If you have to pick a winner, The Black Keys get it with an asterisk due to Dan Auerbach’s producer Grammy.

Once again, the emphasis was on performances over awards: just 10 awards presented in 210 minutes, and the final award didn’t end the night, as the show went to commercial, then came back to a performance by host LL Cool J with Chuck D, Tom Morello, and Travis Barker.

Top winners of the night:

3 — The Black Keys — Best Rock Song, “Lonely Boy” ~ Best Rock Performance, “Lonely Boy” ~ Best Rock Album, “El Camino” (plus Producer of the Year, Non-Classical for Dan Auerbach)

3 — Jay-Z and Kanye West — Best Rap/Sung Collaboration, “No Church in the Wild” ~ Best Rap Performance, “N*****s in Paris” ~ Best Rap Song, “N*****s in Paris”

3 — Gotye — Record of the Year, “Somebody That I Used To Know” featuring Kimbra ~ Best Pop Duo/Group Performance, “Somebody That I Used To Know” featuring Kimbra ~ Best Alternative Music Album, “Making Mirrors”

3 — Skrillex — Best Dance Recording, “Bangarang” ~ Best Dance/Electronica Album, “Bangarang” ~ Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical, “Promises (Skrillex and Nero Remix)”

2 — fun. — Best New Artist ~ Song of the Year, “We Are Young”

2 — Mumford & Sons — Album of the Year, “Babel” ~ Best Long Form Music Video, “Big Easy Express”

2 — Frank Ocean — Best Rap/Sung Collaboration, “No Church in the Wild” ~ Best Urban Contemporary Album, “Channel Orange”

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Grammy Awards Red Carpet Recap | Exclusive Interviews

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BlackTree TV covers the 55th GRAMMY Awards Red Carpet.

No one dominated this year: fun. took the first two of the big four awards, but then nothing, and a quartet of acts wound up the night with three apiece. If you have to pick a winner, The Black Keys get it with an asterisk due to Dan Auerbach’s producer Grammy.

Once again, the emphasis was on performances over awards: just 10 awards presented in 210 minutes, and the final award didn’t end the night, as the show went to commercial, then came back to a performance by host LL Cool J with Chuck D, Tom Morello, and Travis Barker.

Top winners of the night:

3 — The Black Keys — Best Rock Song, “Lonely Boy” ~ Best Rock Performance, “Lonely Boy” ~ Best Rock Album, “El Camino” (plus Producer of the Year, Non-Classical for Dan Auerbach)

3 — Jay-Z and Kanye West — Best Rap/Sung Collaboration, “No Church in the Wild” ~ Best Rap Performance, “N*****s in Paris” ~ Best Rap Song, “N*****s in Paris”

3 — Gotye — Record of the Year, “Somebody That I Used To Know” featuring Kimbra ~ Best Pop Duo/Group Performance, “Somebody That I Used To Know” featuring Kimbra ~ Best Alternative Music Album, “Making Mirrors”

3 — Skrillex — Best Dance Recording, “Bangarang” ~ Best Dance/Electronica Album, “Bangarang” ~ Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical, “Promises (Skrillex and Nero Remix)”

2 — fun. — Best New Artist ~ Song of the Year, “We Are Young”

2 — Mumford & Sons — Album of the Year, “Babel” ~ Best Long Form Music Video, “Big Easy Express”

2 — Frank Ocean — Best Rap/Sung Collaboration, “No Church in the Wild” ~ Best Urban Contemporary Album, “Channel Orange”

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Zac Brown band wins Country Album of the Year at 55th Grammy Awards

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BlackTree TV covers the 55th GRAMMY Awards Red Carpet.

No one dominated this year: fun. took the first two of the big four awards, but then nothing, and a quartet of acts wound up the night with three apiece. If you have to pick a winner, The Black Keys get it with an asterisk due to Dan Auerbach’s producer Grammy.

Once again, the emphasis was on performances over awards: just 10 awards presented in 210 minutes, and the final award didn’t end the night, as the show went to commercial, then came back to a performance by host LL Cool J with Chuck D, Tom Morello, and Travis Barker.

Top winners of the night:

3 — The Black Keys — Best Rock Song, “Lonely Boy” ~ Best Rock Performance, “Lonely Boy” ~ Best Rock Album, “El Camino” (plus Producer of the Year, Non-Classical for Dan Auerbach)

3 — Jay-Z and Kanye West — Best Rap/Sung Collaboration, “No Church in the Wild” ~ Best Rap Performance, “N*****s in Paris” ~ Best Rap Song, “N*****s in Paris”

3 — Gotye — Record of the Year, “Somebody That I Used To Know” featuring Kimbra ~ Best Pop Duo/Group Performance, “Somebody That I Used To Know” featuring Kimbra ~ Best Alternative Music Album, “Making Mirrors”

3 — Skrillex — Best Dance Recording, “Bangarang” ~ Best Dance/Electronica Album, “Bangarang” ~ Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical, “Promises (Skrillex and Nero Remix)”

2 — fun. — Best New Artist ~ Song of the Year, “We Are Young”

2 — Mumford & Sons — Album of the Year, “Babel” ~ Best Long Form Music Video, “Big Easy Express”

2 — Frank Ocean — Best Rap/Sung Collaboration, “No Church in the Wild” ~ Best Urban Contemporary Album, “Channel Orange”

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The Dream talks about the Jay-Z ‘Swap Meet’ joke & says Beyonce wanted his hats!

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BlackTree TV covers the 55th GRAMMY Awards Red Carpet.

No one dominated this year: fun. took the first two of the big four awards, but then nothing, and a quartet of acts wound up the night with three apiece. If you have to pick a winner, The Black Keys get it with an asterisk due to Dan Auerbach’s producer Grammy.

Once again, the emphasis was on performances over awards: just 10 awards presented in 210 minutes, and the final award didn’t end the night, as the show went to commercial, then came back to a performance by host LL Cool J with Chuck D, Tom Morello, and Travis Barker.

Top winners of the night:

3 — The Black Keys — Best Rock Song, “Lonely Boy” ~ Best Rock Performance, “Lonely Boy” ~ Best Rock Album, “El Camino” (plus Producer of the Year, Non-Classical for Dan Auerbach)

3 — Jay-Z and Kanye West — Best Rap/Sung Collaboration, “No Church in the Wild” ~ Best Rap Performance, “N*****s in Paris” ~ Best Rap Song, “N*****s in Paris”

3 — Gotye — Record of the Year, “Somebody That I Used To Know” featuring Kimbra ~ Best Pop Duo/Group Performance, “Somebody That I Used To Know” featuring Kimbra ~ Best Alternative Music Album, “Making Mirrors”

3 — Skrillex — Best Dance Recording, “Bangarang” ~ Best Dance/Electronica Album, “Bangarang” ~ Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical, “Promises (Skrillex and Nero Remix)”

2 — fun. — Best New Artist ~ Song of the Year, “We Are Young”

2 — Mumford & Sons — Album of the Year, “Babel” ~ Best Long Form Music Video, “Big Easy Express”

2 — Frank Ocean — Best Rap/Sung Collaboration, “No Church in the Wild” ~ Best Urban Contemporary Album, “Channel Orange”

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Christina Milian says she wants to “Direct a Movie”

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ROC NATION hosted their annual exclusive pre-Grammy brunch at the private members’ club Soho House West Hollywood with their returning partner, NOKIA Music. Attendees enjoyed specialty D’USSÉ Cognac cocktails.

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Jay-Z Grabs 3 GRAMMYs Drinks Louis XIV #GRAMMYs

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Jay-Z Grabs 3 GRAMMYs Drinks Louis XIV #GRAMMYs from BlackTreeTV.
BlackTree TV covers the 55th GRAMMY Awards Red Carpet.

No one dominated this year: fun. took the first two of the big four awards, but then nothing, and a quartet of acts wound up the night with three apiece. If you have to pick a winner, The Black Keys get it with an asterisk due to Dan Auerbachapos;s producer Grammy.

Once again, the emphasis was on performances over awards: just 10 awards presented in 210 minutes, and the final award didnapos;t end the night, as the show went to commercial, then came back to a performance by host LL Cool J with Chuck D, Tom Morello, and Travis Barker.

Top winners of the night:

3 — The Black Keys — Best Rock Song, “Lonely Boy” ~ Best Rock Performance, “Lonely Boy” ~ Best Rock Album, “El Camino” (plus Producer of the Year, Non-Classical for Dan Auerbach)

3 — Jay-Z and Kanye West — Best Rap/Sung Collaboration, “No Church in the Wild” ~ Best Rap Performance, “N*****s in Paris” ~ Best Rap Song, “N*****s in Paris”

3 — Gotye — Record of the Year, “Somebody That I Used To Know” featuring Kimbra ~ Best Pop Duo/Group Performance, “Somebody That I Used To Know” featuring Kimbra ~ Best Alternative Music Album, “Making Mirrors”

3 — Skrillex — Best Dance Recording, “Bangarang” ~ Best Dance/Electronica Album, “Bangarang” ~ Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical, “Promises (Skrillex and Nero Remix)”

2 — fun. — Best New Artist ~ Song of the Year, “We Are Young”

2 — Mumford Sons — Album of the Year, “Babel” ~ Best Long Form Music Video, “Big Easy Express”

2 — Frank Ocean — Best Rap/Sung Collaboration, “No Church in the Wild” ~ Best Urban Contemporary Album, “Channel Orange”

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55th GRAMMY® Awards Red Carpet | BlackTree Live

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BlackTree TV covers the 55th GRAMMY Awards Red Carpet.

No one dominated this year: fun. took the first two of the big four awards, but then nothing, and a quartet of acts wound up the night with three apiece. If you have to pick a winner, The Black Keys get it with an asterisk due to Dan Auerbach’s producer Grammy.

Once again, the emphasis was on performances over awards: just 10 awards presented in 210 minutes, and the final award didn’t end the night, as the show went to commercial, then came back to a performance by host LL Cool J with Chuck D, Tom Morello, and Travis Barker.

Top winners of the night:

3 — The Black Keys — Best Rock Song, “Lonely Boy” ~ Best Rock Performance, “Lonely Boy” ~ Best Rock Album, “El Camino” (plus Producer of the Year, Non-Classical for Dan Auerbach)

3 — Jay-Z and Kanye West — Best Rap/Sung Collaboration, “No Church in the Wild” ~ Best Rap Performance, “N*****s in Paris” ~ Best Rap Song, “N*****s in Paris”

3 — Gotye — Record of the Year, “Somebody That I Used To Know” featuring Kimbra ~ Best Pop Duo/Group Performance, “Somebody That I Used To Know” featuring Kimbra ~ Best Alternative Music Album, “Making Mirrors”

3 — Skrillex — Best Dance Recording, “Bangarang” ~ Best Dance/Electronica Album, “Bangarang” ~ Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical, “Promises (Skrillex and Nero Remix)”

2 — fun. — Best New Artist ~ Song of the Year, “We Are Young”

2 — Mumford & Sons — Album of the Year, “Babel” ~ Best Long Form Music Video, “Big Easy Express”

2 — Frank Ocean — Best Rap/Sung Collaboration, “No Church in the Wild” ~ Best Urban Contemporary Album, “Channel Orange”

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Jermaine Dupri on discovering Alicia Keys & 20yrs of So So Def | SoundCheck

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For this special Edition of Sound Check for GRAMMY® Week, we caught up with super producer Jermaine Dupri the man behind So So Def to talk about his anniversary of 20 yrs of Music and more at So So Def. We also talked about, Discovering Alicia Keys

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