Prince’s News Links of the Day – 1/5/12


Kanye West took to Twitter last night to vent and also enlighten fans about the inspiration behind his fashion line. Ye also talked about the Grammys, creativity, fashion and the new project he has coming up in the near future called ‘DONDA.’ “We want to help simplify and aesthetically improve everything we see hear, touch, taste and feel.” [@KanyeWest]

Jason Derulo also updated his fans via Twitter, but not in the way that you would expect. The pop singer tweeted a photo of himself wearing a hospital gown and a neck brace. “I fractured my neck doing tumbling & acrobatics 4 tour! Always tryin 2 push boundaries 4 YOU! Like my new chain? ;)” [@JasonDerulo]

Tina Davis, manager to Chris Brown, recently revealed that the singer would no longer be doing any interviews so that he can focus on creating new music and performing. “We’re not trying to be rude, selfish or disrespectful to anyone in anyway. If people are going to judge anything, judge him for his talent,” said Davis. The singer is also in talks to perform at this year’s Grammy Awards ceremony – marking the first time that he has performed at the show since the infamous “incident.” [BallerStatus]

In a recent interview with VIBE, Fabolous revealed that Loso’s Way 2: Rise To Power is slated for a Spring/early Summer release. “I’m very premature with the album as of yet, as of now, just grabbing up the beats and putting some ideas down.” Hopefully the album doesn’t suffer push-back treatment and actually meets the release deadline. Fabolous has been real low on the buzz meter lately. [VIBE]

Nicki Minaj has officially become the most followed rapper on Twitter with 8,162,527 followers and counting. Her royal pinkness beat out the likes of Eminem who previously held the title with 8,149,123 followers. Congrats, Nicki! [KarenCivil]

Although she has no No. 1 albums to her name, Rihanna has been busy picking up other accolades. According to Neilsen SoundScan, Rihanna has become the best-selling digital artist of all time, selling 47 million tracks as of 2011. [SoFurious]

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