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It’s so sad to hear about the passing of DMX. He was a true legend to the hip-hop community. I was individually inspired by him from his unique style. I remember touring and being on a lot of shows with him. One day I was coming out of my hotel and DMX saw me and asked, 'was his child’s mother pulling me back?' 'Pulling Me Back' was my latest record at that time for the ladies. I used to date his child’s mom and he knew that but he was cool. It never was an issue because he knew it was before him. He always showed me love and we always talked when we ran into each other. I’m saddened to hear about his passing and he will forever be missed by me and the hip-hop community for his legacy. - Chingy
GRAMMY®, ACM and CMA winning Shenandoah's "Then A Girl Walks In" with Blake Shelton impacts country radio today. The single will be worked to country radio by New Revolution Entertainment and Grassroots Promotion. Written by Adam Sanders, Lance Miller, Brad Warren and Brett Warren, "Then A Girl Walks In" was included on Shenandoah's critically-acclaimed album Every Road, which also featured collaborations with Luke Bryan, Ashley McBryde, Dierks Bentley, Lady A, Zac Brown Band, Carly Pearce, Cody Johnson and Brad Paisley.
Lifetime, the exclusive home of movies inspired by books from best-selling author V.C. Andrews, premieres the next movie series event, centered on the Landry Family, this March, beginning March 20 at 8 p.m. ET/PT with Ruby starring Naomi Judd (The Killing Game). Ruby also stars Crystal Fox (Big Little Lies), Gil Bellows (Patriot), Deborah Cox (Influence), twins Raechelle Banno (Pandora), Karina Banno (The Letdown) and Lauralee Bell (The Young and the Restless).
Tanya Tucker will perform her GRAMMY® winning "Bring My Flowers Now " this Thursday, Dec. 17 on "The Kelly Clarkson Show" as she celebrates her recent release, Live From The Troubadour, available everywhere from Fantasy Records.
"It’s such a sad day saying so long to Charley Pride. I’m just so thankful that I got to sing a song with him. That’s where this picture was taken. It’s supposed to be on his next album. I also narrated his 'I’ll Be Me' documentary. I’m so thankful for that and my heart, my love, my soul... everything goes out to Rozene and the entire Pride family because we are the biggest fans of Charley. The world is lost today. He’s one of the greatest singers of all time. We love you Charley." -Tanya Tucker (click link for additional quotes)