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Miley Cyrus Recording “Black Skinhead” Remix with Kanye West?



An unlikely pairing is rumored to be working on a song together.

According to Page Six, after her controversial performance at the 2013 MTV VMAs, Miley Cyrus went right into the studio with Kanye West to record a remix of his song “Black Skinhead,”

The publication is reporting that the “We Can’t Stop” singer skipped her own VMA after-party at No. 8 and went into the studio for what her reps are calling as a late-night, “top- secret” collaboration  with West.

It has also been said that West (who did not attend pal Jay-Z’s after party)  headed straight to the studio after the awards show.

If true, Cyrus will appear on the  remix of “Black Skinhead,” as a part of a remix EP that west will be releasing later this year.

West was supposed to perform the track at the VMAs, but changed his mind at the last minute and performed “Blood on the Leaves” instead.

Justin Timberlake Pens Letter to Fans Following VMAs


Justin Timberlake stole the show at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards.

The event went from an award show, to a Justin Timberlake concert, as he performed a medley of songs before accepting the Michael Jackson Vanguard Award. He ended the night by accepting another Moon Man, but this time it was for “Video of the Year‘ for his powerful song “Mirrors.”

Following the show, Timberlake penned a letter, via his website,  informing fans that even though he’s releasing the last leg of The 20/20 Experience, he’s not done making music.

“The last time I wrote you an open letter, it was in January and I promised that it would be a “Big 2013.” Since then, from The Grammys to the release of the first part of The 20/20 Experience to the crowd’s response at the VMAs, it’s been a wild ride. I hope you’ve enjoyed it as much as I have.

This letter is to tell you that we’re not done…Not even close.”

Check out the behind-the -scenes footage for The 20/20 Experience 2 of 2, which drops September 30.

Lady Gaga to Open the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards




Lady Gaga will hit the stage and perform her new single “Applause” at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards.

Gaga is set to open the show this year, and with the singer’s track record, the performance will definitely be one to remember.

The VMAs airs live at 8 p.m. EST on Aug. 25 from the Barclays Center in Brooklyn NY.

Applause is the first single from Gaga’s upcoming album, ARTPOP, due Nov. 11.

Kanye West to Perform at 2013 MTV Video Music Awards



Kanye West is headed back to the MTV VMAS.

The emcee is set to perform his song “Black Skinheads” at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards later this month. This upcoming performance, will tie Madonna for the most VMA performances of all time.

MTV made the announcement via their website, by posting a copy of his Yeezus album, the MTV Moonman and a platter of croissants) see photo below). Alongside the photo, the network wrote, “In case you haven’t heard, Kanye West will make a HISTORIC 7th ‪#‎VMAs‬ performance on 8/25. Now grab a damn croissant and look back at Yeezy’s greatest VMA looks:

The 2013 MTV VMAs airs live on August 24 at 9 Brooklyn’s Barclay’s Center.


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2013 MTV Video Music Awards to be Held at Barclays Center


The 2013 VMAS is coming to Brooklyn , NY!

MTV released a series of photos hinting that the awards show would be held at a new location, after several photos, the network revealed the show would be held at the newly opened Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY.

Since opening last fall, the center has housed various shows, concerts and sporting events.

The 2013 MTV Video Music Awards airs live on Sunday, August 25 at 8 p.m. EST at Barclays Center in NY.

Check out the press release below:

“From a vibrant musical scene for up and coming artists to epic concerts by today’s biggest stars and the triumphant return of pro sports to the borough after nearly 60 years, Brooklyn has re-emerged as a cultural capitol where music, sports and entertainment history is made every day,” said Stephen Friedman, President of MTV. “We can’t wait to help write the next chapter on August 25th, when one of the biggest nights in music happens in Brooklyn… for the very first time.”

“Brooklyn is home to icons like the Cyclone in Coney Island and the Brooklyn Bridge, and now it can lay claim to the MTV ‘Video Music Awards,’” said Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg. “Bringing the VMAs to Brooklyn will mean hundreds of jobs as crews work on the production and provide a boost to our local economy as attendees stay in hotels, visit local eateries and experience all Brooklyn and our City have to offer.”

“MTV’s ‘Video Music Awards’ are the perfect culmination to an incredible inaugural year for Barclays Center,” said Brett Yormark, CEO of Barclays Center. “The VMAs are a symbol of pop culture and have created iconic moments worldwide in music and entertainment. Brooklyn has become an international brand and is the perfect setting for these moments. We can’t wait to share our stage with the world.”

“From hip-hop to hipsters, JAY Z to MGMT, Brooklyn musicians have a long history of dominating the ‘spotlight’ on MTV. Brooklyn is a cultural Mecca—the hippest, coolest place for young people across the country, and has played a crucial role in the careers of some of 2013’s biggest bands, like Fun and the Lumineers,” stated Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz. “Now, it is only fitting that the first time Brooklyn will ever host a major awards show, we are welcoming the most exciting and talked about spectacle in the music industry: the ‘MTV Video Music Awards.’ What better venue than the newest, most beautiful, most state-of-the-art arena in the country, Barclays Center. Bravo to MTV on a decision that hits all the right notes and strikes all the right chords. I’m so thrilled that I’ll probably get ‘no sleep till Brooklyn’ hosts the VMAs!”

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