Last night saw the live screening of The Brit Awards on ITV at 7:30pm and it was an interesting one to say the least…
Multi-platinum-selling artist J. Cole announces today that he will hit the road for a 57-city world tour. The “4 Your Eyez Only” Tour kicks off in South Carolina with a run of thirteen small, intimate shows before going into Live Nation arenas in North America and the U.K., along with a mix of arena and theater dates in Europe, Australia and New Zealand.
I’m pretty sure that I’m not the only one who has found the Brit awards to be quite limp wristed. As much as there is a vast amount of talent residing within the UK. Our award shows never seem to come up top trumps unless with have some American talents waving their flag. So, you can imagine my complete surprise when I looked at the run down of the talent performing at this year’s event. Pretty impressive to say the least.
On the run up to Valentine’s Day I saw a lot of whinging on my Instagram and Twitter feeds. There were way too many single women and men sulking because they didn’t have a Valentine’s Day date. Did I join them? hell no, I put on my comfy clothes, grabbed a gal pal and headed to the trendy sights of Shoreditch to attend the Valentine’s Day edition of Block Party Cinema which put on a special screening of the 1993 classic ‘Poetic Justice’ starring Janet Jackson and Tupac Shakur.
Those that watched the Elimination Chamber and also WWE Raw recently would have spotted that we have two new women’s champions in the shape of Bayley and Naomi. Naomi went up against Alexa Bliss in her home town of Orlando, Florida. As she stood in the ring after winning the title, she was greeted by a standing ovation and there we heard chants of ‘You deserve it’.
It is a new year – so out with the old and in with the new right? Well if you were anywhere near Lower Marsh in the early parts of January 2017 you will have seen the new beginnings and rapid developments of the snazzy, eye-catching and standout refurbishment to newly opened venue “Vaulty Towers”.
Released April 21st on BMG
First Single ‘Let’s Work It Out’ Impacts March 17th
Texas are back with ‘Jump On Board’, a glorious new album from one of Britain’s best loved bands. Now signed to BMG, Texas have made an absolute pop classic boasting the back to the dance floor first single ‘Let’s Work It Out’ and the stone cold smash hit ‘Tell That Girl’.
We love a good classic movie; nothing gives you more nostalgia then chilling out and watching some of your favourite films and getting a blast from the past. That’s why we are happy to announce that we have teamed up with Block Party Cinema to share the exciting news that they will be showing the 1993 classic Poetic Justice starring Tupac Shakur and Janet Jackson at Juju’s Bar & Stage and to give you the opportunity to a VIP PACKAGE at this exciting event! Seeing as it is Valentine’s Day, it’s only right we share the love.